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6001 Benjamin Burkholder, "the second son of Christian Burkholder, was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, March 26th, 1814. When four years of age his parents moved to Waterloo County and settled on a farm a little north of the town of Waterloo, now in possession of C. Huether. Here he was raised. In 1835 he issued the first paper for the county. It was called 'The Morning Star' and was published at his father's residence. He was both editor and printer of the same. In later years he commenced to teach in our public schools and taught for more than thirty years. He was married to Barbara, daughter of John and Elizabeth (Moxley) Kinsie, August 15th, 1860. She was born May 2nd, 1830, and died November 6th, 1866. They resided near Doon, on the place now in possession of Thomas Sherrington. At present he resides in Strasburg, Ontario, and is quite well and active yet for a man of his age. They had a family of three children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby

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Benjamin Burkholder and Elias Eby were among the first teachers who received their licenses to teach, from the commissioners at Freeport in 1843, the commissioners being Dr. Fulsom, James Phin, William Tilt, Jacob Lutz, and a Church of England clergyman from Guelph, who presided.

Waterloo's second school was built of stone, in 1842, and was in use for about twenty years. It stood on the central school grounds, about midway between the present brick school and King Street. This was known as School Section No. 10, Waterloo Township. When Waterloo was incorporated as a village in 1857, it automatically became a village school.

An old account book of School Section No. 10, begins with an entry dated January 1, 1843, Benjamin Burkholder, Teacher. "To about a year's teaching during the past year (1842), and the latter part of 1841 - $171.44." As the teacher, in the old days, was an agriculturist also, he did not depend on teaching for a living, but did farm work in the summer, most of his teaching being done in the fall and winter months.2a

2aSixteenth Annual Report of the Waterloo Historical Society, 1928, A Historical Sketch of the Town of Waterloo, Ontario, Clayton W. Wells, L.D.S., D. D. S.

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Benjamin Burkholder, the old school-master, died on Wednesday in Strassburg at the at of 83 years, 9 months and 10 days. He was born March 26, 1814 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania and came to Canada with his parents at the age of 4 years and settled on a farm north of Waterloo town. In 1835, he published the first newspaper in Waterloo county, the "Morgenstern", which, after several years, was amalgamated with the "Museum", founded in the meantime in Berlin. After giving up the press, he devoted himself to teaching and taught for approximately 30 years. His wife, Barbara, nee Kinzie, died 31 years ago. He had 3 children. - Translated by: Patricia J. Kauk3a

3aBerliner Journal 5 Nov 1903 pg 4 col 5

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Severing Doon landmark 'another mistake,' residents warn
Designated heritage property unique in its totality, say those in opposition

Kitchener's committee of adjustment has deferred a severance application for a designated heritage property at 883 Doon Village Rd. that predates our country's act of Confederation.

The property includes a two-storey brick house, circa 1863, that was originally owned by Benjamin Burkholder, one of the first four people to receive a teaching certificate in Waterloo County back in 1843.

The home is said to be a good example of Georgian-style architecture, with a symmetrical three-bay façade, a centrally located door with surrounding transom and sidelights, "six over six" paned windows with shutters, two chimneys and a gable roof.

At issue, however, is the interpretation of a consultant's heritage impact assessment that determined views of the 1.3-acre property from Bechtel Drive aren't historic, as they were only made available when the surrounding subdivision was built back in the 1980s.

Plans include moving a former coach house on the site to make way for four new development lots fronting onto Bechtel Drive. The old home and coach house would remain, with access maintained off Doon Valley Road as it's always been.

Yet, local residents and heritage advocates who appeared as delegates at the Feb. 20 committee meeting emphasized that the property, situated across the street from the Doon Retirement Village, was designated under Part 4 of the Ontario Heritage Act back in 1984.

One of its former owners, Tim Keller, made a severance inquiry back in 2007. He was told, in writing, that his proposal wouldn't be supported, partly because of the negative impact it would have on views of the heritage property.

Coun. Yvonne Fernandes said that fact could present legal implications for the city if it were to approve the severance application. Third-party analysis by one heritage expert determined the entire site falls under the provincial heritage designation, not just the house, she noted.

Juliane von Westerholt, a senior city planner and co-ordinator for the committee of adjustment, said the heritage designation bylaw references the entire property, but elaborates on the cultural heritage value in the statement of significance and the list of heritage attributes.

"Under the current bylaw, only the main house is identified as a heritage attribute," she said.

von Westerholt said staff required the heritage impact assessment under the Planning Act. It identified other heritage attributes, including the accessory building (referred to as the coach house or the hog and hen house). A number of heritage-related conditions are outlined in staff recommendations, including revising the heritage designation bylaw to include additional heritage attributes, as well as the requirement to relocate the accessory building to the same lot, so that it remains visually connected to the main house.

But, not everyone agrees with the move.

"If the owners are allowed to go ahead with this severance, they will alter the grandness of the site, probably take down numerous old and majestic trees, create more traffic and deny schoolchildren walking by an appreciation of the beautiful agricultural scene, a link to our early history and rural roots in Waterloo County," said Irene Hoffman, a Bechtel Drive resident who lives directly across from the historic property.

"If this whole property is not kept intact, then a cultural heritage design will be turned into an ordinary suburban lot," she said.

Irene's husband, Ross, said a past planning/surveying "mistake" resulted in the demolition of a heritage barn which stood on the southwest corner of the property until 1978.

"Let's not make another mistake that will conceal, behind a row of houses, the coach house that is currently a trademark in our Doon Pioneer Park community," Ross Hoffman told the committee.

He argued that the east view of the homestead would have been seen for more than 100 years by eastbound travellers going from the village of Strasburg to the village of Doon.

"At that time, this view '97 unobstructed by houses or industrial buildings '97 could have been seen from more than one kilometre away and would have been enjoyed for several minutes by travellers who would have only gotten a passing view of the front facade of the house."

Even though Kelli Kuzyk doesn't live in the immediate area, she was disturbed to hear of the application. She had always been under the impression that the property was fully protected under the heritage act.

"The heritage designation was very clear that it covered the house and the hen house, also fondly known as the coach house, along with the property itself and its mature trees and pleasant landscape, depicting life as it was in the 1860s and beyond," she said.

"This property, which measures about one acre in size, was severed off from the original farm of about 25 acres by a developer many years ago, with the intent that someone would buy the house and lot to preserve the look and feel of the cultural heritage depicted from its roots."

Kuzyk believes the current owners, who purchased the property in 2012, knew that it was designated heritage and there would be strict rules around what they could/couldn't do with the property.

"This application to sever the property appears to be a way to cash in on a property on the backs of the previous owners, all of whom respected the rules and decisions of the heritage committee and the city.

"Not asking for input from the public ahead of time is also a travesty, as we all consider this property a piece of our own Doon neighbourhood," she added.

According to the Hoffmans, local residents were only recently informed in a letter the city defines as "a courtesy" because they live within 30 metres of the property. They say the wider community has no idea what's being proposed.

The city staff recommendation to approve the severance with numerous conditions was deferred by the committee due to a lack of information, Fernandes said.

"I think that what struck me is that all three members were very concerned around the heritage of the site '97 not just the house, but the entire site," she said.

The ward councillor plans on meeting with local residents before the committee of adjustment reconsiders the recommendation.

"The challenge is that often when the committee of adjustment makes its decision, it often comes to council as a consent item and we don't discuss it any further," she said.

Jackson, B. (2018). Severing Doon landmark 'another mistake,' residents warn. KitchenerPost.ca. Retrieved 23 February 2018, from https://www.kitchenerpost.ca/news-story/8146448-severing-doon-landmark-another-mistake-residents-warn/ 
Benjamin Burkholder
 
6002 Benjamin Burkholder, "was born July 4th, 1852. He resides in Marion County, Kansas and is married to Christina Schniter. Their family consists of five children."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Benjamin Burkholder
 
6003 Lived with Daniel Stauffer. Benjamin Burkholder
 
6004 Christian Burkholder, "the eldest son of I Christian Burkholder, was born in Switzerland, June 1st, 1746, and was nine years old when he came to America with his mother. He was married to Anna Groff who died October 11th, 1795. He died May 13th, 1809."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Christian Burkholder
 
6005 Christian Burkholder, "the third son of Ulrich Burkholder, was born February 3rd, 1783. He was married to Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Bear) Baumann. She was born July 10th, 1788, and died September 18th, 1861. They moved to Canada in 1818 and settled in the county of Waterloo, one mile north of the town of Waterloo, on the farm now possessed by Christopher Huether. This farm Mr. Burkholder purchased from Old Peter Livergood for $1200. It contained 100 acres, 25 of which were cleared, and on it were erected a small log house and a log barn. They had a family of six children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Christian Burkholder
 
6006 Burkholder.- Clayton Frederick, son of Oscar and Mary (Reesor) Burkholder, was born in Breslau, Ont., Jan. 21, 1919; died of cancer at Cambridge, Ont., Dec. 17, 1988; aged 69 y. On Dec. 22, 1943, he was married to Helen Catherine Erb, who survives. Also surviving are one daughter (Ruth Witte), one son (David), 4 grandchildren, one brother (John), and 3 sisters (Marie, Nellie, and Agnes). He was a member of Breslau Mennonite Church, where memorial services were held on Dec. 22, in charge of Erwin Wiens; interment in the Breslau Mennonite Cemetery1a

1aGospel Herald - Volume 82, Number 4 - January 24, 1989, pages 61, 62. 
Clayton Frederick Burkholder
 
6007 Daniel Burkholder, "son of Christian and Elizabeth (Bauman) Burkholder, was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, August 26th, 1812, came to Canada with his parents in 1818, and settled on lot No. 13, German Company's Tract, one mile north of the town of Waterloo where he was raised. On July 13th, 1834, he was married to Elizabeth, daughter of Peter and Susannah (Bomberger) Erb. She was born December 31st, 1814, and died January 12th, 1881. After their marriage they moved on a farm near New Germany, being composed of lot No. 72, German Company's Tract, where they resided until 1846, then they moved on this father's farm, one mile north of the town of Waterloo. Here they resided until 1856 when they moved on the farm now possessed by Dilman G. Moyer, one mile north of Bridgeport where she died. After the decease of his first wife he married again. The wife of his second choice was Sarah, widow of William Tohman. She was the daughter of David and Nancy (Eby) Erb, and was born December 10th, 1820. They resided in Bridgeport, in the home of the late David Erb. He died April 11th, 1891. His widow still resides in the home they possessed at the time of his death. He had a family of nine children...'1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Daniel Burkholder
 
6008 Shantz, Dorothy Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph and Edith Burkholder, was born at Vineland, Ont., Jan. 19, 1915; died Aug. 23, 1959, at the K-W Hospital, Kitchener, Ont., after a lingering illness; aged 44 y. 7 m. 4 d. In 1942 she was married to Nile Shantz, who survives. Also surviving are her mother at Vineland, Ont., 2 sons and one daughter (Roger, Arden, and Karen, all at home), and 2 sisters (Iva, Vineland; and Ethel-Mrs. Earnest Rittenhouse, Jordon Station, Ont.). She was a member of the Plattsville United Missionary Church, where funeral services were held by Harvey S. Hallman, assisted by Peter G. Lehman and Ted Montgomery; burial in New Dundee Cemetery.1a

1aGospel Herald - Volume LII, Number 45 - November 17, 1959-998, 999 
Dorothy Elizabeth Burkholder
 
6009 Elizabeth Burkholder, "was born November 23rd, 1857. On November 23rd, 1873 she was married to Henry, son of Peter and Mary Ann (Clemens) Erb. He was born February 8th, 1852. They reside in Lexington and have a family of two children".1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Elizabeth "Betsy" Burkholder
 
6010 Laura lived with her grandparent Moses and Nancy Burkholder in 1891 and 1900 Eva Laura Burkholder
 
6011 Ezra Burkholder, "was born February 21st, 1859. He is married to Hannah, daughter of David and Annie (Cook) Elesley. They reside on a farm two miles west of Elmira. They have four children".1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Ezra Burkholder
 
6012 Ezra R. Burkholder, "was born in Waterloo, Ontario, November 14th, 1856. He is married to Vinnie Tubbs. Their family consists of three children."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby

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Ezra Reis Burkholder was born in Waterloo County, Canada West, on 14 No-vember 1856. He was the son of Samuel and Eva (Reis) Burkholder. Ezra's birthplace is not known: Samuel was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and came to Canada as a small child. Ezra was the fourth child in a family of six boys, which included: Joseph, Benjamin, John, Samuel, and Abraham. The Burkholders seem to have been a family in transition, rooted in a Mennonite society but associating easily with Waterloo's Evangelical Church and with Methodism in both Canada and the United States.

In September 1873, Ezra's parents and most of his brothers moved from Waterloo County, Ontario, to Marion County, Kansas. Ezra remained in Ontario to complete his education at the University ofToronto. In 1876, he travelled to Kansas to see his parents' place but returned to Canada for four more years of training, this time for the Methodist Ministry, which included two years as a probationary itinerant minister. In October 1883, suffering from ill health, Ezra left the ministry in Canada and joined his family in Kansas permanently, where he established a lumberyard, E.R. Burkholder Lumber Company, in Hillsboro. Later he acquired other yards in McPherson and Marion counties. In June 1885, Ezra married Vinnie Ream Tubbs, and together they had three children. He also involved himself in all aspects of community affairs, serving one term as county representative for Marion in the state legislature. He died in 1923, leaving a thriving business to two of his sons.2a

2aFrom the inside out the rural worlds of Mennonite diarists, 1863 to 1919 by Royden Loewen pg 29 
Ezra Reis Burkholder
 
6013 Isaac B. Burkholder, "the second son of Daniel and Elizabeth (Erb) Burkholder, was born June 19th, 1841. In August, 1862, he was married to Harriet, daughter of Henry and Elizabeth (Bowers) Eby. She was born October 10, 1846. They resided on his father's farm, situated near New Germany, being composed of lot No. 72, German Company's Tract, until his death which took place September 23, 1872. They have had a family of four children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Isaac E Burkholder
 
6014 John Burkholder, "resided near Bowmansville, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and had a numerous family."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
John Burkholder
 
6015 BURKHOLDER, John H. Unexpectedly, at St. Mary's Hospital, on Wednesday, Feb 28,1990, John Howard Burkholder, age 71 years, of 62. Ann St., Kitchener. Mr. Burkholder was employed with General Electric in Guelph for 35 years, until his retirement and was a member of the Quarter Century Club. Beloved husband of Elaine Burkholder (nee Solomon); dear father of Bruce and his wife Maureen of Stratford, Janice and Bill Ralston of Kitchener and Lynn, at home; brother of Mrs. Marie Gingrich of London, Ont., Mrs. Nellie Kinsie and Mrs. Agnes Staynor, both of Abbotsford, B.C. Lovingly. remembered by his three grandchildren, Joshua Rohrbacher and Dean and Amber Burkholder. Predeceased by his parents and one brother, Clayton. Friends may call at the Ratz- Bechtel Funeral Home, 621 King St. W., Kitchener, after 7 p. m. today (Saturday), continuing until the funeral and committal service in the Ratz-Bechtel Chapel on Monday at 11 a.m., Rev. Bob Ross officiating. Cremation-to follow. Memorial donations to Waterloo Regional Lung Association or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario. may be made as expressions of sympathy. Reception to follow in the Ratz- Bechtel Family Centre.1a

1aKitchener-Waterloo Record 1 Mar 1990 
John H. Burkholder
 
6016 John R. Burkholder, "was born October 4th, 1854. He is also a resident of Marion County, Kansas. He is married to Augusta Flach and has a family of two children."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
John R. Burkholder
 
6017 BURKHOLDER. - Died at his late residence in Campbell Township,Iona county, Michigan, on the 31 st of October, Joseph Burkholder, aged 67 years, 10 months and 18 days. The deceased was born in Gore District, Upper Canada, on the 13th day of December 1818,and for many years was a resident of Michigan. He was a member of the River Brethren Church for many years, and an earnest christian. He leaves a wife and seven children to mourn their loss. Funeral services at the Mennonite Church in Bowne, from Heb. 4:9 by Henry Davidson, assisted by Peter Kime of the Mennonite Church.1a

1aHerald of Truth,Vol. XXIV, Number 1, JANUARY 1,1887, pages 12,13 
Joseph Burkholder
 
6018 Joseph Burkholder, "was born in Waterloo, Ontario, December 21st, 1850. He resides in Kansas and is married to Laura Graham. Their family consists of four children."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Joseph Burkholder
 
6019 Mary Burkholder, "third and youngest daughter of Christian Burkholder, was born at Waterloo, Ontario, February 10th, 1822. She was married to William Schaefer. They resided a little north-east of Waterloo where she died October 31st, 1883. She left no heirs."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Mary Burkholder
 
6020 Mary Alice Burkholder, "was married to Clinton Barkley who died at Fort Gratiot, Michigan, in November 1893. They had a family of two children, namely VII Ethel and VII Ruth. She resides with her mother in Port Huron, Michigan."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Mary Alice Burkholder
 
6021 Mary Ann Burkholder, "second daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth (Erb) Burkholder, was born August 12, 1845. On May 26th, 1863, she was married to Amos, son of Peter and Mary Ann (Clemens) Erb. He was born June 2nd, 1843. After their marriage they moved on the farm now possessed by Dilman G. Moyer, one mile north of Bridgeport, where they resided until 1883 when they moved to the United States. At present they own a beautiful farm near Elmsdale, Michigan. They have a family of five children".1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Mary Ann Burkholder
 
6022 Shantz.- Mary M., daughter of Moses M. and Rosina (Bacher) Burkholder, was born at Hubbard, Ore., July 23, 1895; died of heart failure at Brooks Hospital, June 22, 1972; aged 76 y. 10 m. 30 d. On Mar. 6, 1918, she was married to Abram Weber, who preceded her in death Sept. 22, 1969. On Oct. 6, 1970, she was married to Lloyd Shantz, who survives. Also surviving are 5 daughters (Dorothy-Mrs. John Martin, Fern-Mrs. Clarence Toman, Edna-Mrs. Norman Torkelson, Wilma-Mrs. Jake Friesen, and Florence-Mrs. Sydney Martin), one stepdaughter (Gladys-Mrs. Joe Diller), 2 sons (Norman and Lloyd Weber), one stepson (Royden Shantz), 37 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, one sister (Annie-Mrs. Marlin Brubaker), and 2 brothers (Joseph and Levi Burkholder). She was a member of the Duchess Mennonite Church, where funeral services were held June 26, in charge of C. J. Ramer and Gordon Buschert; interment in the Duchess Cemetery.

Gospel Herald - Volume LXV, Number 29 - July 25, 1972, pages 603-604. 
Mary M. Burkholder
 
6023 Moses Burkholder, "the eldest son, was born June 26th, 1836. On October 7th, 1856, he was married to Nancy, daughter of John and Susannah (Bergey) Bricker, of Roseville. She was born July 12th, 1837. At present they reside in the village of Elmira. They have a family of five children" 1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Moses Burkholder
 
6024 Nancy Burkholder, " the eldest daughter of Christian and Elizabeth (Baumann) Burkholder, was born March 26, 1810. She was married to Samuel Bowman and resided in Bloomingdale where she died March 16th, 1882. They had a family of two children, namely: V Lydia who is married to William Erb, and V Eliza who was born September 24th, 1836 and died December 21st, 1859. She was married to Solomon Kaufman"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby

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Did Nancy marry Abraham Clemens? Marriage in Waterloo County Marriage Register 1858-1869. Abraham Clemens aged 64, resident of Waterloo born Pennsylvania son of Abraham and Mary married 31 Mar 1867 to Nancy Bowman aged 57 resident of Waterloo born Pennsylvania daughter of Christian and Elizabeth Burkholder. 
Nancy Burkholder
 
6025 Weber.- Nellie Burkholder, 99, West Liberty, Ohio, died Sept. 11. Survivors: children John, Naomi Headings, Ruth Yoder, Rhoda Neer; 10 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren. Burial: Sept. 15 at West Liberty by Randy Reminder and Howard Schmitt.1a

1atheMennonite, October 13, 1998, page 17, Vol. 1, No. 32
Nellie Agnes Burkholder
 
6026 Burkholder, Oscar, son of the late Aaron and Agnes Burkholder, was born Sept. 24, 1886, near Stouffville, Ont.; died Oct. 29, 1956, at the Kitchener-Waterloo Hospital; aged 70 y. 1m. 5 d., following a heart attack. In 1913 he married Laura Mae Shantz, of Breslau, who predeceased him April 13, 1916. On March 28, 1918, he married Mary Ressor who survives. Also surviving are 2 sons (Clayton, Breslau; John, Waterloo), 3 daughters (Ethel Marie-Mrs. Arthur Gingerich, Markstay; Agnes-Mrs. Hilton Staynor, Hamilton; Nellie-Mrs. Archie Kinsie, Breslau), 4 brothers (Orval, Ralph, and Ira, Stouffville, and Clarence, Breslau), one sister (Laura-Mrs. Walter Miller, Stouffville). One sister (Ruth-Mrs. Ed Litner), one brother (Lorne), and one infant daughter (Elsie) preceded him in death. There are 12 grandchildren. Bro. Burkholder accepted Christ as his Saviour in 1898 at the age of 12. On July 13, 1912, he was ordained to the Christian ministry at the Cedar Grove Church, Markham, Ont. On Jan. 5, 1913, he assumed pastoral responsibilities at the Cressman Church, Breslau. On June 13, 1954, he preached his farewell sermon to the Cressman congregation after having served as their pastor for 41 years. He was ordained as bishop of the Cressman congregation on April 3, 1949 and continued as bishop until June 5, 1956. Bro. Burkholder was widely known, used, and appreciated in the Mennonite Church, as evangelist and Bible teacher. He was also competent leader and held many positions in the church. Included in his activities are the following: Bible teacher at Ontario Mennonite Bible School for 37 years and principal for 7 years; secretary of Ontario Sunday School Conference, 26 years; president of the Ontario Mennonite Mission Board, 14 years; member of the Publishing Committee of General Conference, 27 years; member of General Conference Executive Committee, 22 years; moderator of General Conference, 2 years; member of General Mission Board, 6 years; as well as many other committees and boards of both General Conference and the Ontario Conference. Three books of his have been published, "Life Stories For Youth," vol. 1 and 2; and "Predicted Departure from the Faith," as well as articles for the GOSPEL HERALD, "Christian Monitor," "Christian Ministry," and "Sword and Trumpet." On Sept. 30, 1952, on his return from the World Conference at Basel, Switzerland, and his tour of the Holy Land, Bro. Burkholder had the opportunity of conducting the first Mennonite communion service in London, England, at the Finsbury Mission where John Coffmans are located. The pulpit which he used was the one used by John Bunyan when he preached in London. On June 18, 1954, Bro. Burkholder was taken to the hospital suffering from a heart attack. He was confined to the hospital for some time but made a remarkable recovery, and on Thanksgiving Day, Oct. 11, 1954, he preached a full sermon for the first time after his heart attack. He enjoyed fairly good health from that time until early in the summer of 1956 when he was confined to his home, suffering from muscular rheumatism. On Oct. 7, he again suffered a heart attack and was taken to the hospital where he passed away quietly in his sleep three weeks later. Funeral services were held Oct. 31, 1956, at the Cressman Church, with Carl J. Rudy officiating. Other participating in the service were J. B. Martin, C. F. Derstine, Roy S. Koch, Horace Cressman, Merle Shantz, and E. J. Swalm. Bro. Martin used as a text for the message II Tim. 4: 7, 8, the text Bro. Burkholder used as his farewell message to the congregation on June 13, 1954.1a

1aThe Kitchener-Waterloo Record 30 Oct 1956 
Bishop Oscar Burkholder
 
6027 Peter Burkholder, "also resided in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and had a family. No information received of John's and Peter's descendants."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Peter Burkholder
 
6028 Peter Burkholder, "the second son of I Christian Burkholder, was born in 1748. Nothing is known of his descendants. Neither do we know anything of the three daughters of I Christian Burkholder. They were all older than the sons and may have been married and left numerous heirs but up to the present no information has been received. We shall now take up the family of the younger son."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Peter Burkholder
 
6029 Burkholder. - Phares D., son of the late Abram G. Burkholder, was born near Markham, Ont., Sept. 1, 1877; died Mar. 19, 1928. In 1901 he married Laura L. Sherk of Breslau, Ont. He is survived by his wife, three sons, an adopted daughter, Florence, whose father was the late Bishop Norman Stauffer of Alberta, Man., four brothers, one of whom is Pre. L. J. Burkholder of Markham, and three sisters. A daughter pre-deceased him. He united with the Mennonite Church as a youth. He underwent an operation in 1915, after which his health improved but the last year and nine months found him confined largely to the house and much of the time to his bed. The last time he was permitted to be present at church for fellowship meeting he expressed himself as "having many things to be thankful for" even in spite of physical infirmities. He was buried in the Wideman Cemetery, services being conducted in the church adjoining by the brethren B. B. King and L. W. Hoover. Text, Jno. 14:1-3.1a

1aGospel Herald - Volume XXI, Number 3 - April 19, 1928, pages 62, 63 
Phares Daniel Burkholder
 
6030 Salome Burkholder, "second daughter of Christian Burkholder, was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, September 11th, 1817, and died at Waterloo, December 1st, 1844, leaving one daughter, Lovina, who was born February 19th, 1841, and died May 8th, 1891. The daughter was married to Benjamin S. Snyder"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Salome Burkholder
 
6031 Samuel Burkholder, "the third son of Christian Burkholder, was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, January 2nd, 1816, came to Canada when two years of age, and was raised at Waterloo where he resided until September, 1873 then moved to Marion County, Kansas, where he died March 13th, 1893. He was a mason and bricklayer by trade. He was first married, October 12th, 1845, to Susannah Diller who died January 2nd, 1848, at Waterloo, Ontario. On February 17th, 1850, he was married to Eva Reis who died in Kansas, March 29th, 1893. They had a family of six children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby

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Emmanuel United Church

The first Evangelical missionaries arrived in the Waterloo area in 1837. The first Waterloo class (congregation) was formed on August 29, 1839 by Bishop John Seybert during a camp meeting at David Erb's farm near Lexington. Jacob Hoffman was the Waterloo-Lexington class leader; his brother, John, was class leader in Berlin. A brick building which was erected by Samuel Burkholder in 1849 on Church Street, near King, was offered to the congregation for their use as a church, rent free, provided that they agreed to finish and furnish the building. Dedication of the new church was in 1851. The house, known as Burkholder House, is still standing, but Church Street in Waterloo is now known as Central Street.

In the early 1890s Waterloo was in the North District of the Canada Conference of the Evangelical Association, and was ministered to jointly with Bridgeport. Pastors in those years were Revs. C.R. Knechtel (1890-1891), F. Meyer (1892), D. Kreh (1893), and W.J. Yaeger (1894).

A new church, which was built in 1871 at the corner of Cedar and Water Streets (now Bridgeport Road and Dorset Street), was replaced in 1905 by the present structure. Dedication was in May, 1906. Emmanuel Hall was built in 1938. Changes made in 1963 included an addition, a new front entrance and renovation of the former Christian Education area.

On November 16, 1946 the Evangelical Church joined with congregations of the United Brethren in Christ Church to form the Evangelical United Brethren Church. When the Evangelical United Brethren Church joined the United Church of Canada as of January 1, 1968, Emmanuel became a United Church..2a

2aWaterloo County Churches A Research Guide To Churches Established Before 1900 By Rosemary Ambrose 
Samuel B. Burkholder
 
6032 Samuel constructed this home in 1849 and allowed the Evangelical Association church to use it for church services. It was converted to a house in 1870. Samuel B. Burkholder
 
6033 The Burkhardt House was built in 1849 by Samuel Burkholder. Only after the walls of the one-and-a-half-storey structure had been completed did he reveal that he intended the structure to be used as a church. At the time, he proposed to the local Evangelical congregation that, if they would complete the building, he would grant them free use of it for divine worship. When the construction was completed and the interior had been furnished, the building became home to the congregation.
The gable above the entrance with its decorative barge board and the Gothic window was added at a later date, probably when the structure was converted to a residence in 1870. The six-over-six windows and the central doorway with transom and side lights are evidence that the house was originally built in the Georgian Style. Recently the building was repainted in colours sympathetic to the original. The replacement cedar shingle roof has helped restore the house to its original appearance.
All of the exterior elevations of the Burkhardt house are deemed to be of both historical and architectural significance.1a

1aDesignated Properties www. waterloo.ca 
Samuel B. Burkholder
 
6034 Samuel Burkholder, "was born May 28th, 1859. He is married to Florence Miesse. They reside in Marion County, Kansas. Their family consists of three children."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Samuel R. Burkholder
 
6035 The Christian Guardian", July 1877

Sophia Burkholder Beasley was born in the township of Barton,about three miles from where the city of Hamilton now stands. In her 16th year she was brought to God at a camp meeting held in the neighborhood. She joined the Methodist Church and remained connected with it until her death. After her mariage she removed to Hamilton and beca me a charter member of the First Methodist Church on King St. Her illness was lingering, but her faith was deep and permanent, having a firm trust in Christ. She died peacefully May 4, 1877, at her home in Hamilton. 
Sophia Burkholder
 
6036 Susannah Burkholder, "eldest daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth (Erb) Burkholder, was born January 29th, 1839. On February 7th, 1856, she was married to Jesse B., son of Jacob and Magdalena (Baumann) Snyder. He was born September 14th 1836. After their marriage they moved to Bloomingdale, Ontario. In 1858 they moved on the old 'Burkholder Farm' one mile north of the town of Waterloo, where they resided until October 14th, 1875, when they moved to Woolwich Township, one mile north of Floradale. Here they still reside. Their family consisted of seven children"'1a

1aThe Biograpical History of Waterloo Township, Ezra Eby

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Funeral of One of County's Pioneers

Elmira, April 22. - The funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon of Mrs. Jesse Snyder. A service was held at the home of Mrs. Lehnen, Kitchener, after which the remains were taken to Zion church, Elmira. Interment followed in the Elmira Union cemetery. Rev. J. P. Hauch of Kitchener conducted the service in the absence of Rev. Mr. Brown of this town. The deceased was 82 years of age. She and the late husband, for over 45 years had resided on the homestead near Floradale and previously on a farm north of Waterloo. In 1901 they removed to Floradale. The husband passed away two years later. During the last fourteen years Mrs. Snyder had resided with her daughter, Mrs. Lehnen of Kitchener. Previous to her marriage she was known by the name of Susannah Burkholder. The children who survive are: Albert of Glenallen; Edward, who lives on the old homestead; Addison B., of Elmira, Jesse of Floradale; Mrs. Albert Lehnen and Mrs. Joseph Shantz of Kitchener. Twenty-three grand children and 5 great grandchildren are numbered among her descendants. Mrs. Snyder's brothers predeceased her but her three sisters survive. These are Mrs. Henry Erb, of Bridgeport; Mrs. Eliza Bricker of Yale, Michigan, and Mrs. Amos Erb, also of Michigan.2a

2aK-W Record, April 23, 1921 
Susannah Burkholder
 
6037 "The progenitor of this family, Christian Burkholder, [Ezra Eby in correctly identifies him as Christian but in fact was Ulrich] was a native of Switzerland. He was born about the year 1707, and even in his young days became a strong advocate of the 'Non-conformist' principles of religion. Finding the opposition of the 'Church Party' becoming too strong, he mediated of moving with his family to the 'Land of the Free' (America), but ere the appointed time of leaving their native country came, he took sick and died. Shortly before his death he advised his wife and children to emigrate from Switzerland and proceed to America where they might settle with their countrymen and, better still, with their co-religionists, the Mennonites. Soon after her husband's death, which took place in March, 1755, the widow with her family of six children, three sons and three daughters, set sail for America and landed at Philadelphia, in July, 1755. She settled in Lancaster County where she died in 1789. The names of her six children whom she brought to America are II Christian, II Peter, II Ulrich, II Mary, II Anna, and II Veronica."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township by Ezra Eby

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Bishop Christian Burkholder and his Swiss Familyrevises the story of Christian Burkhalter, an early, well known, Mennonite bishop in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. These web pages show two of the key, primary sources for this revised story and two of the ancestral Burkhalter homes in Switzerland.

In 1754, when Bishop Christian was eight years old, he immigrated to Pennsylvania with his widowed mother and five siblings. For many years, he was believed to be the son of Christian Burkhalter of Gerolsheim, Germany and the grandson of Mennonite minister Hans Burkhalter. In 1759 this Christian of Gerolsheim, his wife Gertrude, and their four children, were listed among the six Mennonite families still living in Gerolsheim. Bishop Christian immigrated in 1754, and his father died before the immigration. Therefore, he cannot be a son of the Christian alive in Gerolsheim in 1759.

In 1980 Bishop Christian's Martyrs' Mirror was discovered after being lost for more than a century. He had written his family record in this book in his own hand, listing the names of his siblings and their birth years. In the 1990s the names and ages in this family record were matched with those in a 1745 census record found in Switzerland. (1 p18)2a

2aRomaine Stauffer, "Bishop Christian Burkholder and His Swiss Family" in Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage, Vol. 34, No. 3 (Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, 2011 Jul)

 
Ulrich Burkholder
 
6038 Ulrich Burkholder, "was born in Switzerland in February 1750. In July, 1755, he came to America with his mother. No information in regard to whom he was married has been received. We know his family consisted of five children".1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby

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However, the information you have on Ulrich from Ezra Eby's book is incorrect.
Ulrich was born in Switzerland in 1737. His parents were Ulrich and Barbara. Ulrich's widowed mother immigrated directly from Switzerland with her six children in 1754.

I am descended from Ulrich and Barbara's son Christian who was a well-known Mennonite Bishop in Lancaster County, Pa. Last year the Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society published my article on Christian in their Pennsylvania Mennonite Heritage magazine (July 2011). A brief overview of the information and supporting documents for the change in the Burkholder story can be seen here

http://www.dgatx.com/family/people/Romaine-Stauffer/pubs/2011/07-cbx/hs.html

Click on Addenda to see images of the Burkholder family records.

When my article was published very little was known on the children of (1737) Ulrich Burkholder. Based on my year of research, I now believe the correct order of the names and ages of Ulrich and Anna Burkholder's six children are: Elizabeth (b. 1765), John (b. ca. 1766), Peter (b. ca. 1768), Anna (b. ca. 1775), Mary (b. ca. 1780), and Christian (b. 1783, moved to Canada in 1818).2a

2aEmail Romaine Stauffer 2012 
Ulrich Burkholder
 
6039 The first execution in London occurred with the hanging of Cornelius Alverson Burley for the shooting death, in Bayham Township, of Constable Timothy Conklin Pomeroy

Beyond the gallows, spectators pressed closer, jockeying to see what would be London's first hanging. By foot, on horseback and in wagons they came, a crowd of 3,000 dwarfing a city that in 1830 had 300 residents.

With all eyes on the doomed man, a trap door opened, Burley dropped down, the rope snapped taut -- and broke. Falling six metres, Burley struck the ground, stunned but alive.

The sheriff left to buy another rope that would soon end Burley's life. The condemned man waited. His final thoughts are a mystery, but this is certain Burley couldn't have known his future as a morbid attraction had just begun.

The first indignity was common to all those executed in the era. After his body stopped twitching, Burley was cut down, taken to an examining table and dissected by doctors and medical students who otherwise had little access to corpses. While the bones of his torso quietly disappeared, his skull served as a lurid draw for much of the next 170 years.

His skull first gained notoriety in the hands of a showman who made a fortune divining people's character by feeling bumps and depressions on their heads. American phrenologist Orson Squire Fowler, according to local folklore, visited Burley on the eve of the execution, felt the young man's head -- and, after the second hanging, took the skull.

A moving tale, no doubt, that Fowler put to good use in his shows. But it was false just the same -- Fowler learned of phrenology two years after Burley's execution and did not begin to tour until after 1834, according to the records of the school he attended at the time, Amherst College in Massachusetts.

Dramatics aside, Fowler did get his hands on Burley's skull after 1834, perhaps from John Harris, who as treasurer of the region would have worked in the courthouse, a likely depository for the skull.

By the 1880s, nearing the end of his life, Fowler apparently returned the skull to London, giving it to the Harris family, the occupants of Eldon House. There it was found in in a box in the attic in 1960, when the family donated the home to the city. Eldon House soon opened its doors as a museum and the skull had a second run as a morbid attraction.

For 40 years, the skull sat in a glass-covered box in a hallway lined with the horns and heads of wild beasts. Its image was reproduced on postcards.

But last spring, the skull was quietly placed back in the attic, away from visitors. The move was made, museum officials acknowledge, to appease the great-great niece of Burley, a Michigan woman who has launched a campaign to end the spectacle that began 170 years ago at the forks of the Thames.1a

1aThe London Press, by Jonathan Sher. undated


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Alverson Burley b. 1803 Sussex Co. NJ and hung Aug. 19, 1830, was s/o William Burley & Abigail Ribble. He was accused of shooting Pomeroy, along with his uncle, Henry Ribble, and cousins Anthony & David Ribble. The Ribbles had a lawyer and were established farmers, Burley was from out of the county (Elgin) living in Wentworth County with his family and had no lawyer. After several hours of brainwashing by "Rev."Jackson, Burley confessed to save his relatives. His crime was taking an oxen from a neighbour who had refused to pay him for his previous winter's work. The evidence on which he was hung was finding his cap at the scene of the crime.

Historians since then conclude it was his cousin Anthony Ribble who shot Pomeroy as he had been heard threatening to "spill his blood", if he didn't stop snooping around his house. Anthony was a crack shot and his rifle was missing after the shooting.

This summer, the descendants of William & Abigail finally persuaded Eldon House to return the skull to the family for decent burial. It had been displayed with wild animals in their museum.2a

2aSource unknown


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Although executions in Upper Canada were infrequent, those that did occur provided an extraordinary entertainment for pioneer society. From the standpoint of the law, moreover, the spectacle of the gallows produced a salutary impression on the public and, especially important, on the potential criminal. Yet the lesson could be reinforced. Upper Canada being an essentially religious society, it was felt to be necessary that the offender atone for his misdeeds, explain his immoral behaviour, and acknowledge his faith in Jesus Christ. Thus the gallows address usually took the form of a confession whereby all concerned could be assured that justice had been done. One of the best examples is the trial and execution of Cornelius Albertson Burley.

Burley's family settled in Beverley Township in 1827; Burley himself claimed to have been a blacksmith. His story begins in the late summer of 1829, when he killed a yoke of steers belonging to a Mr Lamb, presumably Henry Lamb*, and a warrant was issued for his arrest. Burley claimed that Lamb had defrauded him and, unable to get legal redress, he had exacted his own form of vengeance. He was arrested by a Gore District constable, Timothy Conklin Pomeroy, but escaped and fled to the farm of his uncle Henry Ribble ( Ribbel) in Bayham Township. Accompanied by his wife, he arrived there late in August. He worked on the farm until Pomeroy arrived on the scene on 13 September. About 3 o'clock on the morning of 16 September Pomeroy was shot, and he died shortly thereafter.

Murder was not uncommon but the killing of a constable in execution of his duty was sensational and unsettling news. The Gore Emporium claimed that "a more foul, coldblooded murder scarcely ever disgraced the annals of civilization." Residents of both the Gore and the London districts petitioned Lieutenant Governor Sir John Colborne*, complaining of the magistrates' "gross neglect of duty" in failing to apprehend the constable's murderer( s) . After consulting with judge James Buchanan Macaulay*, who stressed the necessity of "the most prompt and diligent exertions" in order to satisfy the concern for "Public Justice," Colborne on 23 September mildly chided Mahlon Burwell*, a local magistrate, and the sheriff for not making an immediate report. In fact, Burwell was not to blame; the problem was dated information, the natural result of slow communication.

On 19 September a man fitting Burley's description but claiming to be William Ribble had been captured by settlers in Dunwich Township; he was taken to St Thomas. The same day Burwell and two other magistrates examined the prisoner, who then identified himself as Burley. He recounted his flight from justice in Gore, claiming his innocence. He also gave his version of events leading up to Pomeroy's death, saying that when the constable and another man had appeared at Henry Ribble's farm on 14 September he had hidden in a field and then in the barn. Believing Pomeroy had spotted him, he fled the following night, taking with him his wife and a rifle that he obtained from the home of his cousin, Anthony Ribble. Burley stated that he knew nothing of the murder and did not hear a gunshot on the night in question. He had travelled about 50 miles before being arrested.

On 20 September the jps arrived from Bayham with three witnesses in tow: Isaac D. White, Henry Ribble, and his son David. The information of the Ribbles cohered neatly. When Pomeroy's party appeared, Henry Ribble urged Burley to give himself up but he refused, saying that "if they got him they should take him dead." On the morning of Pomeroy's killing, Henry had been wakened by a shot. He claimed that about a half-hour after sunrise, Burley appeared with a rifle and claimed to have shot Pomeroy in the leg. White, a member of Pomeroy's group, followed the same sequence of events sketched by the Ribbles, but put them in a different context. The Ribbles had been uncooperative. Anthony Ribble told Pomeroy to leave his house quickly, "or he would have his blood spilt and that Damned quick." While searching Henry Ribble's house about 45 minutes before his death, Pomeroy had unsheathed his sword to guard himself. He was shot returning from Henry Ribble's and in close proximity to Anthony Ribble's, where White saw a light burning. White did not know who shot Pomeroy. On 21 September the jps committed Burley to jail charged on the oaths of the three witnesses. He was "put in Irons" and sent to London to await trial. The following month an indictment was issued against Anthony Ribble as well and he, too, was held over for trial. In the spring of 1830 a number of prisoners - Ribble among them - escaped. Burley remained behind; he may have been chained to the floor. Ribble was soon recaptured.

The assizes opened on 12 Aug. 1830 with Chief Justice John Beverley Robinson* presiding. His associates from the local magistracy were Burwell and James Mitchell. The grand jury found a true bill against Burley on 16 August and his trial, separate from that of Ribble's, commenced the following day. Only three witnesses were called for the crown by Solicitor General Christopher Alexander Hagerman*. Burley was found guilty and Robinson sentenced him to be executed on the morning of the 19th. In his subsequent report Robinson noted that the "evidence was such as to place the guilt of the convict beyond doubt. . . . He fully confessed his guilt." The confession, however, had come after sentencing and not during the trial. The Reverend James Jackson* noted that it was made "about forty-one hours before his execution." Presumably, then, it had some impact upon Anthony Ribble's trial on the 18th; he was acquitted. Burley's was the only capital conviction on the Western Circuit in which Robinson did not order a respite of execution, probably because of the confession.

Burley had been the object of the attention of local clergy during the assizes. Jackson saw him "every day but one" and claimed, "Never have I witnessed so great an instance of obduracy and insensibility." Eventually, however, the clergy's discussions with the prisoner "wrought a victory over his unfeeling heart; he burst into a flood of tears" and confessed. Prior to going to the scaffold he received the sacrament of baptism and the Eucharist from the local Anglican clergymen. Jackson copied down the confession and read it from the scaffold before a crowd of some 3,000. Another minister addressed the throng and concluded with a prayer, whereupon the trapdoor dropped. But, as often happened, the execution was botched. The rope broke and Burley fell to the ground. It was some time before another attempt could be made because the sheriff had to buy a new rope. Throughout Jackson claimed that Burley was composed and "seemed as if the world was lost from his view, and his whole mind was devotion, prayer, praise, singing, and thanksgiving." When all was again ready he walked to the scaffold "without any appearance of hesitation; but with the utmost composure, submitted to his fate."

Some historians have questioned how much Jackson's efforts influenced the act of confession and several have concluded that Burley was probably innocent and Anthony Ribble guilty of Pomeroy's murder. On the first matter, there was nothing unusual about clergy and magistrates urging a convict to confess for the good of his soul and for the benefit of society. With regard to the confession itself, Jackson says, simply, that he copied down Burley's statement; however, he no doubt added a literate quality that otherwise would have been absent. Whether Burley was guilty must remain, in the absence of further evidence, a moot point. It seems that the evidence was stacked against him. The source of the accusation was Henry Ribble who, Burwell noted, "candidly believes that Cornelius Burley was the man who shot Pomeroy." But as White declared, it was the Ribbles who had threatened Pomeroy. Moreover, the Gore Emporium's report of the magistrates' investigation stated that the Ribbles' evidence "betrayed strong symptoms of guilt." In the end Burley's confession probably saved Anthony Ribble. "I am constrained to say," the confession read, "that he had no hand in the crime whatever, Neither had any other person."

Burley's confession was published in Bartemas Ferguson's Gore Balance; Ferguson also printed 1,000 copies as handbills. As an example of its type, the confession is a model. Burley hoped it would "have a tendency to check the progress of evil, and prevent others from doing as I have done." He had been "wicked and thoughtless from my youth." He was raised without the benefits of education or religion and was unable to read or write. He wandered through the world "under the influence of depravity. . . . I was often found in the merry dance, & lost no opportunity of inducing thoughtless & unguarded females to leave the paths of innocence and virtue." He took upon himself all guilt for the act, noting, "I only suffer the penalty that is justly due to my crimes." He thanked the ministers who saved him and claimed, "In my great extremity I have gained a confidence that through the merits of Christ alone I will be saved, although the chief of sinners. . . . I now leave this world with the fullest confidence that my sins are washed away in the Blood of the Lamb."

But it was not quite the end. As the sentence stipulated, Burley's body was given to surgeons for dissection. According to one account, Orson Squire Fowler, later a noted American phrenologist, had visited Burley in his cell and reported on his phrenological character. After the dissection on 19 August, Fowler received the head and the following day used it for a public lecture. Before leaving London he sawed it in two and took the top part with him. He subsequently used it on his extensive American and European tours. The bottom portion was discovered in London in 1960 and is now on display in Eldon House, a local museum3a

3a Source Unknown 
Cornelius Alverson Burley
 
6040 Joseph Burley, one of the oldest United Empire Loyalists in the district, and a resident of Wilmot vicinity for 60 years, died in Wilmot, April 15, 1847; aged 811a

1aThe Christian Guardian 28 April 1847 pg 111 
John Burley, UEL
 
6041 BURMASTER, Sylvester

At Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Sunday, Sept. 13, 1992, Sylvester Burmmter, in his 88th year. Dear father of Lewis of Ottawa, Marlene (Mrs. Frank Berardine) of Guelph and Carol of Cambridge. Also survived by nine grandchildren. six great-grandchildren and one brother, Percy of Florida. Predeceased by his first wife, Elsie Zimmerman; his second wife, Edna McIntosh, two brothers and three sisters. Mr. Burmaster was born in Puslinch township and lived all his life in Cambridge. He retired from Domtar Ltd. The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, Monday Sept. 14 (today) from 7-9 p.m A private family service will be held at the funeral home, Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1992. Interment in Parklawn Cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 14 Sep 1992 pg A11 
Louis Sylvester "Sylvester" Burmaster
 
6042 "BURMASTER, ROBERT GEORGE At the residence, R. R. #2, Puslinch, on Monday, January 8, 1940, in his 76th year. Husband of Alice Rebecca Hilliard [should read Hellyer]. He had been ill for three weeks. Born at Preston, he lived for over thirty years on his Puslinch farm. He was a member of Crieff Presbyterian Church. Survived by four sons, Robert and Sylvester of Galt; Percy of Hespeler; Gordon at home; three daughters, Mrs. William Jahneke of Kossuth; Mrs. Hector Parker of Stanford; Mrs. Wes. Kerns of R. R #2 Puslinch; two sisters, Mrs. George Hubert of Galt; Mrs. Henry Hubert of Seattle, Washington; and seven grandchildren. Funeral to Killean Cemetery." Robert George Burmaster
 
6043 In the Township of Puslinch, Ludwig Burmeister (Bob's father) made boots and shoes for the neighborhood and Henry Sohrt conducted a shop at Kossuth for many years with sometimes six hands working. When I was a boy, Mr. Sohrt used to come to our house of a Saturday night, take the measure for a couple of pairs of shoes, bring them the week after and measure up two more of us. Both these men specialized in children's top boots with copper toes and red tops.1a

1aLe Rue De Commerce, Other Times Other Customs Other Days Other Ways, Winfield Brewster 1954 
Ludwig "Louis" Burmeister
 
6044 Mrs. John Neeb
By Record Correspondent

WELLESLEY - Mrs. John (Verda) Neeb, 47, of RR 2, Wellesley, died Friday at a doctor's office after a heart attack. Born in Dashwood, Nov. 2, 1913, she was a daughter of the late Christian Burmeister and the former Susanna Restemeyer. She was married to John Neeb in Dashwood, June 12, 1937. She was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Wellesley. Surviving besides her husband are two daughters, Marjorie and Irmgard at home; two brothers, Courtney and Garnett of Dashwood, and a sister, Mrs. Edwin (Greta) Mueller of Dashwood. The body is at the Futher Funeral Home, Wellesley, until Tuesday noon when removal will be made to the church for the funeral at 3 p.m. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery and Rev. Walter O. Ratke will officiate.1a

1aKitchener-Waterloo Record 10 Dec 1960 
Verda Louise Burmeister
 
6045 In September 1918 he was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross by King George. Lieutenant Eldon Burn
 
6046 BULL, Myrtle Louise - Passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 28th, 2007 at York Central Hospital, in her 97th year. Dearly beloved wife of the late Carl Bull. Dearly beloved mother of Victor (Charlotte), and Douglas (Patricia). Loving Mernie of Douglas (Candice) and Jeremy, and great-grandmother of Rachael, Austin and Andrew. Loving daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. J.G. Burn. Loving sister of the late Arnold, Victor, Orpha, Harold, Louis. Dear sister-in-law of Eloise Burn and devoted aunt of her nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the Humphrey Funeral Home - A.W. Miles Chapel, 1403 Bayview Avenue (south of Eglinton Avenue East), from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, February 1st. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, February 2 in Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, 1585 Yonge Street with a reception to follow. Interment will take place in New Hope Cemetery, Cambridge (Hespeler). If desired, donations may be made to Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, 1585 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, M4T 1Z9 or the charity of your choice. Philipians 4:13 I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.

The Star 31 Jan 2007 
Myrtle Louise Burn
 
6047 Death of Hilda Burn

Many New Hamburg friends were grieved to learn of the untimely death of Miss Hilda Burn, who passed away at the home of her parents. Rev. and Mrs. Emil Burn, a former pastor of the Evangelical Church here at Milverton on Tuesday, in her 26th year. Miss Bum was taken ill with typhoid fever while training as nurse in the hospital at Rochester. She was recuperating at her home in Milverton when she was seized with a fatal heart attack. There survives her parents, one sister and four brothers, all of whom reside in New York State. The funeral will be held on Friday from the family residence at Milverton to the Hespeler cemetery for interment

New Hamburg Independent, August 8, 1930 
Thusnelda Hilda Burn
 
6048 OBITUARY - On Friday morning last Mr. Arthur Burnett, who has resided in town for the past few years, died from a cancerous affection, aged 83 years. Deceased came to Canada from the Vale of Ettrick in 1831, and on arriving in this neighborhood, took up land on the St. George Road, near Branchton; with characteristic industry making his property lone of the finest in this section. Mr. Burnett was a well-informed, highly conscientious man, and steadily occupied responsible positions in the Church to which he belonged. In private life he was very much respected, his sincerity of character retaining a friendship once made. He was twice married, the first time to Miss Margarete Laing, sister of Mrs. James Cowan, of Clochmhor, Waterloo, and the second time to Helen Turnbull, widow of Mr. James Thomson. His family, many of whom yet reside in this section, consists of six sons and four daughters, all now living with the exception of one daughter. The funeral on Saturday afternoon was very largely attended by residents of the town and the many friends of the deceased gentleman from the country.1a

1aGalt Reporter Aug 12 1881 pg 1 
Arthur Burnet
 
6049 " Burnet (nee Nichol), born in Traquair, Scotland in 1766. Her daughter Janet married William Scott and they immigrated to Dumfries Twp about 1824. In 1831, Isabel and several of her children immigrated to Canada, but sadly, Isabel died 3 hours before the ship landed in Hamilton. She was buried on William & Janet's farm, next two her grand-children."1a

1aemail eiscott57 Ancestry.com 2007 
Janet Burnet
 
6050 Staying with Morgan & Mary Williams Alexander Burnett
 
6051 The men who took the most prominent part in organizing the first library in the village were: Rev. Dr. Bayne, Alexander Burnet, James Cowan, John Gowinlock, William Trotter, H. G. Barlow, James Harris, Andrew Elliott, Francis McElroy, Francis Hogg, Andrew Moscrip and Walter H. Benn. These men have long since passed away, but they all did good work in their day in laying the foundations of a progressive and moral community; to the older generation of Galtonians their names call up a crowd of memories of the days that are no more.

First Annual Report of the Waterloo Historical Society, Berlin 1913, pg 17

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Alexander Burnett was born in Aberdeen, Scotland and emigrated to New York in 1832. He arrived in Galt in 1834 working in James Smith's harness shop. He was friends with Walter H. Benn. He and Walter Benn were busy in political activities and struggled for more egalitarian society. He was a noted orator and debater. It was proposed to arrest him during the 1837 rebellion, but was not. He moved to Whistlebare and set up a shop there for a time, returning to Galt later to be its market clerk until retirement.

Cambridge Mosiac, Jim Quantrell, 1998, City of Cambridge [snippet from original text in book] 
Alexander Burnett
 
6052 WINTERBOURNE

The funeral of the late James Burnett, took place from his home, at Mr. George Sherriffs, to the cemetery here. Deceased was born in the year 1810, Aberdeenshire, Scotland and came to this country in 1838. Mr. Burnett was an elder in the Presbyterian church for many years. He leaves four daughters and one son of the family; Mrs. Win. Mitchell, Waterloo; Mrs. Alex Sherriffs; Winterbourne; Mrs. Chas. Mann, Winterbourne, Mrs. Geo. Sherriffs, Winterbourne and Mr. Geo. Burnett, Badaxe, Michigan.

The Chonicle-Telegraph 2 Jan 1902 pg 5 
James Burnett
 
6053 Staying with Gavin Hume a merchant James H. Burnett
 
6054 MIMICO

FENIAN RAID VETERAN VICTIM OF MOTOR CAR

John Burnett Dies of Injuries Following Highway Accident


Severely injured when he was knocked down by a motor car on the Hamilton highway Saturday evening, John Burnett. aged 78, of 90 Lake Shore road, Mimico, passed away in the St. Joseph's hospital a few hours later. Burnett was crossing the road from the north side to the south, when a car proceeding east struck him and passed over his body. The motor car was driven by Victor Bailey, of 155 Clendenan avenue, who stated that he didn't see Burnett.

The latter had just left his home and was bound for the theatre across the road. He was dragged a distance from the spot where he was hit and was picked up directly opposite his front door. He was suffering from head and limb injuries, and front shock. He was removed to St. Joseph's hospital in a private ambulance. No responsibility was attached to Bailey. An inquest is to he held.

Deceased was born at Linwood. Ontario, and was a miller by trade. In religion he was a Methodist and as a young man he served in the Fenian raid. In recent years he lived at Guelph, removing to Mimico on the death of his wife two years ago. surviving are four brothers, Samuel of Listowel; William and Thomas. both of Linwood, and James, of Guelph; two sisters, Mrs. M. Stricker, of Beamsville, and Mrs. Jane Nurse, of Lynwood:. two chidren, A. H., of Mimico, and Iona. Mary, of Toronto, and one grand-child. 
John Burnett
 
6055 Mrs. George Sherriffs

The funeral will be held at two o'clock this afternoon (Thursday) at the Presbyterian church, Winterbourne, of Mrs. George Sherriffs, whose death occurred at Vancouver, B. C. Interment will be made in the Winterbourne cemetery. Mrs. Sherriffs before her marriage was Miss Margaret Burnett, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Burnett of Winterbourne. Mrs. Sherriffs, who was in her 89th year, fell some time ago and broke her hip. She never completely recovered after the accident. Surviving are one won William, in Texas, and two daughters, Margaret and Agnes of Vancouver.1a

1aElmira Signet, February 7, 1935 
Margaret Burnett
 
6056 Jeanette Edgar

Mary Jeanette Edgar of Colquhoun Street, Ayr, died at Cambridge Memorial Hospital on Thursday, April 30th, 1998. Born in Winterbourne, Ontario, she was the daughter of Annie (Witch) and James Burnett. She is survived by her husband William Robert Edgar; by her brothers Arthur Burnett and his wife Alice of Beachburg, Ray Burnett and his wife Ina of Ottawa, and Roy Burnett and his wife Jackie of North Bay; by her sister.in-law Sylvia Burnett of Elmira; by her special nephew Greg Davidson of Beachburg in addition to many nieces and nephews. Mrs. Edgar was predeceased by her twin sister Jean and her husband Wellington Davidson (Beachburg); and by her brothers Douglas of Elmira and Jack and his wife Hazel of Beachburg. Rev. Dr. Linda Ewing conducted a private funeral service at the Ayr Chapel of Wm. Kipp Funeral Home on Sunday, May 3rd at 2:00 p.m. Pallbearers were David Scott, Cam Edgar, Greg Davidson, Lyle Edgar, Dan McLeod and Bill McLeod and flower bearers were Dave Ellis, Duncan Edgar and Terry Forrester. Interment Ayr Cemetery.

The Ayr News 6 May 1998 pg 13 
Mary Jeanette "Jeanette" Burnett
 
6057 THOMAS BURNETT

HESPELER, Feb. 8 ---- Another of Ilespeler's grand old citizens, Thomas Burnett, passed away at his home here Sunday in his 91st year. Mr. Burnett, who was born on the Burnett homestead in North Dumfries township in 1847, had lived in this community for many years. A blacksmith by trade, he retired some years ago. Surviving are his widow, four sons, William '1'. and Harold, both at home, E. W. Burnett, Hespcler and E. H. Burnett, Preston and two daughters, Mrs. John Parken, Toronto and Mrs. E. E. Hill, also of Toronto. The funeral will be held at 2.30 o'clock, Tuesday afternoon from the family residence to Preston Cemetery for burial. Rev. T. G. Marshall of the Hespeler Presbyterian Church will officiate.

Kitchener Daily Record 8 Feb 1937 pg 13 
Thomas Burnett
 
6058 From Death Record Thomas Burnett
 
6059 Thomas Edward (Ed) Burnett, 68, of Linwood died Saturday at his home after a lengthy illness. Born on the 9th Line of Wellesley December 27, 1884, he was the eldest son of the late Thomas Burnett and Margaret Reid. On February 28, 1922, in Linwood he married Ann W. Telly of Belfast, Ireland, who survives. Mr. Burnett was in the engineering department of the Massey-Harris Company, Toronto, for 34 years before retiring four years ago to Linwood due to ill health. Surviving, besides his wife, is one brother, Emerson of Linwood. One son died in infancy. A private funeral at his home Tuesday at 2 p.m. was followed by burial in Linwood United Cemetery. Thomas E. Burnett
 
6060 The death took place at Hamilton on Sunday of pneumonia of Mr. Harry Burnham. He formerly resided at Galt and Waterloo, and was well known here.

New Hamburg Independent, February 20, 1920 
Harry Burnham
 
6061 BURNS,

Dumfries Reformer August 5, 1909:

"Dr. Burns, who assisted his brother-in-law Dr. McKinley, left yesterday for Blind River, where he will take charge of the hospital."

Which Burns was in Hespeler cannot be identifier without further information, which has not so far been forthcoming.

From: Doctors in Waterloo County 1852-1925 by Alexander D. Campbell 
Dr. Charles Walter Burns
 
6062 Dr. Burns, who assisted his brother-in-law Dr. McKinley, left yesterday for Blind River, where hs will take charge of the hospital.1a

1aDumfries Reformer 5 Aug 1909 
Dr. Charles Walter Burns
 
6063 Dr. Burns, who assisted his brother-in-law Dr. McKinley, left yesterday for Blind River, where hs will take charge of the hospital.1a

1aDumfries Reformer 5 Aug 1909 
Dr. Charles Walter Burns
 
6064 Staying with Zebulon Andrews a shoemaker. George Burns
 
6065 "The Sir William Wallace Hotel", built on the site of Willard Cleaners probably about 1845 by Adam Scott was operated by him until 1858, by James Burns, 1859-60; then as a Temperance House again by Mr. Scott till 1873, and by James Murphy Sr., in 1864.1a

1aLe Rue De Commerce, Other Times Other Customs Other Days Other Ways, Winfield Brewster 1954 
James Burns
 
6066 Robert B. Bums, U.E.

Robert B. Burns of Kitchener, passed away at St. Mary's Hospital, Kitchener, on Saturday, February 5th, 2000. He was in his 79th year. Beloved husband of Wilma (nee Earner). Loving father of Cathy and her husband Masood of Yellowknife. He will be fondly remembered by grand-children Riz and his wife Andrea of Toronto and Adam of Yellowknife. He is also survived by his brother Doug and wife Fay of Alabama. A Navy veteran of World War II. Bob proudly served on the Navy ships Monnow and Guysborough. He received the Russian medal for his voyages to Murmansk, Russia. For 38 years, he enjoyed working for Uniroyal Goodrich. He was also the past president of the Grand River chapter of the United Empire Loyalists. Prior to the war, Mr. and Mrs. Burns resided in Ayr where her father, L. R. Earner was hank manager. Friends will be received at the Westmount Funeral Chapel, 1001 Ottawa St., Kitchener, from 7-9 tonight (Wednesday). Funeral service in the chapel Thursday morning at 11 o'clock.

The Ayr News 9 Feb 2000 pg 12 
Robert B. Burns
 
6067 served on the Navy ships Monnow and Guysborough. He received the Russian medal for his voyages to Murmansk, Russia. Robert B. Burns
 
6068 KIMMEL, Mrs. Wilda May - On Tuesday, Dec. 2, 1986, at St. Mary's Hospital, the former Wilda May Burns. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W.C.W. Burns of Kitchener mother of William A. Kimmel of Parksville, B.C. and Fred G. Kimmel of Barrie and their families. Predeceased by her sisters, Margaret and Frances Burns and her son, Walter. Mrs. Kimmel was a life long member of St. John's Anglican Church. Friends may call at the Ratz-Bechtel Funeral Home, 621 King St. W., Kitchener, on Thursday from 24 and 7.9 p.m. Funeral and committal service in the Ratz-Bechtel Chapel on Friday, Dec. 5, 1986 at 11 a.m., Archdeacon C. E. Ladds officiating. Interment Lakeview cemetery, Meaford, Ont[at the last minute due to lack a plot Wilda was buried in Elmira Union].1a

1aKitchener-Waterloo Record 3 Dec 1986 
Wilda May Burns
 
6069 WARING, Bessie Irene (née Burr)

1912 - 2013. Died peacefully at Hilltop Manor, Cambridge, ON, September 5, 2013, in her 102nd year. Beloved wife of the late Revd. James Henry Waring and mother of James Paul Waring (late Anne) of Brantford and Mary Anne Wright (Colin) of Kingston. Grandmother of Andrew (Linda) of Ottawa, Nicholas (Judy) of Geneva, Switzerland and Elizabeth (John) Fuller of Brantford. Great-grandmother of Sam, Lucy, Ayla, and Alyssa. A funeral service will be held at T. LITTLE FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CENTRE, 223 Main Street, Cambridge, at 2 p.m., on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Interment at Trinity Church Cemetery, Cambridge.

Cambridge Times 10 Sep 2013 
Bessie Irene Burr
 
6070 BURR, Margaret Maxine - On Saturday, May 12, 2007, in her 91st year. Margaret was a longtime resident of Cambridge, having received her education at the Preston Public School, Galt Collegiate Institute and Preston High School. She was a former employee of Scott Shoe Factory and the Lashbrook Shoe Factory and office and was a 40 year employee of Butler Metals. Survived by her sister, Mary and her husband Harold McMicking; several nieces, nephews and two great-nephews and one great-niece Predeceased by her parents, the late William R. Burr and Margaret Clarke Burr and predeceased by brothers, Bill and his wife Jean Burr and George and his wives Ruth Moore Burr and Eleanor Hallman Burr. Margaret was a member of Trillium United Church. Friends will be received at Little's Funeral Home & Cremation Centre, 223 Main St. E., Cambridge, on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral and committal services will be conducted in the funeral home chapel on Wednesday, May 16,2007 at 1:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, remembrances to Trillium United Church or the CNIB would be appreciated by the family.

The Record - May 2007 
Margaret Maxine Burr
 
6071 BURR, Thomas H.

Of 165 Dorset Rd., Cambridge, on Thursday, Feb. 7, 1985, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in his 69th year. Beloved husband of Isabel Haist; dear father of James and Edward, both of Cambridge, Douglas of St. Catharines and Joan (Mrs. Robert Collins) of Virden, Man.; lovingly remembered by seven grandchildren; a brother, Edwin of Cambridge and three sisters, Bessie (Mrs. J. H. Waring) of Waterloo, Phyllis Burr of Kitchener and Marion (Mrs. Fred Noakes) of Orillia. Mr. Burr was born in Galt and lived in Cambridge, all his life; he was a veteran of the Second World War, serving overseas with the Canadian Army; a member of the Preston Canadian Legion and an honorary member of the Korean War Vets, Unit 13; a member of St. Luke's Anglican Church and a retired employee of the Grand River Railway. Resting at the Barthel-Stager Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, where the family will receive friends on Friday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be conducted, Saturday, Feb. 9, 1985, at 2 p.m., at St. Luke's Anglican Church, Cambridge. Interment in Parklawn cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 7 Feb 1985 pg D9 
Lance Corporal Thomas Huntley Burr
 
6072 BURRELL, Arthur

Of 868 King St., Cambridge, on Friday, Dec. 27, 1985, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in his 80th year. Beloved husband of the late Regina Evers; dear father of Regina (Mrs. Wilfred Graystone) of London, Ont. Also survived by three grandchildren; one brother, Victor and one sister, Blanche (Mrs. Peter Guille), both of Cambridge. Mr. Burrell lived all of his life in Cambridge; retired from the Board of Works of the Town of Cambridge (P); veteran of the Second World War and a member of the Preston Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 126. A private funeral service will be held at the Barthel-Stager Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge on Monday. Cremation to follow. The family requests no visitation at the funeral home.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 28 Dec 1985 pg D9 
Arthur James Watson Burrell
 
6073 GUILLE, Blanche Recida (nee Burrell)

On March 30, 1998, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in her 80th year. Beloved wife of the late Peter Guille (1996). Loving mother of Blanche and her husband Bob Anderson, Peter and his wife Sandra Guille, Mary and her husband Dick Pauley and Agnes and her husband Alan Whitehouse, cherished grandmother of 15 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. Survived by her brother, Vic and his wife Irene Burrell. The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Road, Cambridge, today (Wednesday) from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral mass will be celebrated at St. Clement's RC Church, 745 Duke Street, Cambridge on Thursday, at 10 a.m. Interment in Park Lawn Cemetery, Cambridge.

The Record 1 Apr 1998 pg B4 
Blanche Receda Burrell
 
6074 BURRELL, Catherine (Tasha)

Of 776 Laurel St., Cambridge, on Tuesday, Jan 10, 1990, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, Catherine Burrell, in her 20th year. Loving daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Couckuyt (Mary) and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Burrell; dear mother of Amy and Rebecca; loving sister of Mrs. Irene Campbell of Cambridge, Judy (Mrs. Paul Riley) of Kitchener, Terri (Mrs. James Ziegler) of Cambridge, Joey Couckuyt of Cambridge, Cherie Couckuyt of Cambridge, Daniel Myers of Regina, William Myers of Kitchener, Lonnie Myers of Brantford, Cindy (Mrs. Douglas Boehm) of Regina, Donna (Mrs. Frank Metzger) of Hanover. Catherine was born in Cambridge and had lived there all her life. She was a member of the Salvation Army. The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, today (Tuesday) 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be conducted at the funeral home, Thursday, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Parklawn cemetery, Cambridge.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 16 Jan 1990 pg A11 
Catherine Darlene "Tasha" Burrell
 
6075 KIRKPATRICK, Winnifred N. - On Sunday, April 14, 1996, at the home of her sister, Florence Grant, in Twyning, Gloucestershire. Winnifred, beloved wife of James R. H. Kirkpatrick of Kitchener. Much loved sister of Florence Grant, Gwenne Gray, Thomas Burston, Kitty Barker (deceased) and William Burston (deceased). Sister-in-law of Mary Webster and Janet Cross. Following a private cremation, a Thanksgiving service for family and friends will be held a Tewkesbury Abbey, on Friday, April 19, 1996 at 12 noon. Interment will be in Woodland Cemetery, Kitchener, on Saturday, May 25, 1996 at 2 o'clock. Family flowers only, but donations if desired, to K-W Health Centre of Grand River Hospital, 835 King St. W., Kitchener, N2G 1G3 or St. Mary's General Hospital, 911 Queen's Blvd., Kitchener, N2M 1B2. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Schreiter-Sandrock Funeral Home, 51 Benton Street, Kitchener.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 15 Apr 1996

________________

Winifred was a Widow when she married the Judge in Second Quarter of 1942, in Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, England. Her first Husband was SYDNEY CARLTON DALE (1904-1935), whom she married in 1926, in England. 
Winnifred Nellie Burston
 
6076 Bruce Burt Passes In London

The death occurred at Westminster Hospital, London, on Friday of Bruce Burt, 75, a former Ayr resident.

Born in England, Mr. Burt came to Canada as a young man. He enlisted in the 18th Battalion in World War I and saw lengthy overseas service.

He came to Ayr over 20 years ago, where he resided on Walter street for a number of years. He moved to Preston following the death of his wife in 1954. He subsequently moved to London, where he had since resided. Mr. Burt had been hospitalized since the first of the year.

Funeral service was held on Monday at the Ayr Cemetery Chapel, conducted by Rev. W. J. V. Buchanan. The pallbearers were: J. Ewald, Kitchener; H. Worsfold, London; G. S. Dalrymple, H. Cornford, Don Dance and Marten Vincent, all of Ayr.




The Ayr News Mar 9 1961 pg 9 
Bruce Burt
 
6077 Was staying with Theophilus Sampson Martha Burten
 
6078 SOPHIA POOLEY.

I was born in Fishkill, New York State, twelve miles from North River. My father's name was Oliver Burthen, my mother's Dinah. I am now more than ninety years old. I was stolen from my parents when I was seven years old, and brought to Canada; that was long before the American Revolution. There were hardly any white people in Canada then--nothing here but Indians and wild beasts. Many a deer I have helped catch on the lakes in a canoe: one year we took ninety. I was a woman grown when the first governor of Canada came from England: that was Gov. Simcoe.

My parents were slaves in New York State. My master's sons-in-law, Daniel Outwaters and Simon Knox, came into the garden where my sister and I were playing among the currant bushes, tied their handkerchiefs over our mouths, carried us to a vessel, put us in the hold, and sailed up the river. I know not how far nor how long--it was dark there all the time. Then we came by land. I remember when we came to Genesee,--there were Indian settlements there,--Onondagas, Senecas, and Oneidas. I guess I was the first colored girl brought into Canada. The white men sold us at Niagara to old Indian Brant, the king. I lived with old Brant about twelve or thirteen years as nigh as I can tell. Brant lived part of the time at Mohawk, part at Ancaster, part at Preston, then called Lower Block: the Upper Block was at Snyder's Mills. While I lived with old Brant we caught the deer. It was at Dundas at the outlet. We would let the hounds loose, and when we heard them bark we would run for the canoe--Peggy, and Mary, and Katy, Brant's daughters and I. Brant's sons, Joseph and Jacob, would wait on the shore to kill the deer when we fetched him in. I had a tomahawk, and would hit the deer on the head--then the squaws would take it by the horns and paddle ashore. The boys would bleed and skin the deer and take the meat to the house. Sometimes white people in the neighborhood, John Chisholm and Bill Chisholm, would come and say 't was their hounds, and they must have the meat. But we would not give it up.

Canada was then filling up with white people. And after Brant went to England, and kissed the queen's hand, he was made a colonel. Then there began to be laws in Canada. Brant was only half Indian: his mother was a squaw--I saw her when I came to this country. She was an old body; her hair was quite white. Brant was a good looking man--quite portly. He was as big as Jim Douglass who lived here in the bush, and weighed two hundred pounds. He lived in an Indian village--white men came among them and they intermarried. They had an English schoolmaster, an English preacher, and an English blacksmith. When Brant went among the English, he wore the English dress--when he was among the Indians, he wore the Indian dress,--broadcloth leggings, blanket, moccasins, fur cap. He had his ears slit with a long loop at the edge, and in these he hung long silver ornaments. He wore a silver half-moon on his breast with the king's name on it, and broad silver bracelets on his arms. He never would paint, but his people painted a great deal. Brant was always for making peace among his people; that was the reason of his going about so much. I used to talk Indian better than I could English. I have forgotten some of it--there are none to talk it with now.

Brant's third wife, my mistress, was a barbarous creature. She could talk English, but she would not. She would tell me in Indian to do things, and then hit me with any thing that came to hand, because I did not understand her. I have a scar on my head from a wound she gave me with a hatchet; and this long scar over my eye, is where she cut me with a knife. The skin dropped over my eye; a white woman bound it up. [The scars spoken of were quite perceptible, but the writer saw many worse looking cicatrices of wounds not inflicted by Indian savages, but by civilized (?) men.] Brant was very angry, when he came home, at what she had done, and punished her as if she had been a child. Said he, "you know I adopted her as one of the family, and now you are trying to put all the work on her."

I liked the Indians pretty well in their place; some of them were very savage,--some friendly. I have seen them have the war-dance--in a ring with only a cloth about them, and painted up. They did not look ridiculous--they looked savage,--enough to frighten anybody. One would take a bowl and rub the edge with a knotted stick: then they would raise their tomahawks and whoop. Brant had two colored men for slaves: one of them was the father of John Patten, who lives over yonder, the other called himself Simon Ganseville. There was but one other Indian that I knew, who owned a slave. I had no care to get my freedom.

At twelve years old, I was sold by Brant to an Englishman in Ancaster, for one hundred dollars,--his name was Samuel Hatt, and I lived with him seven years: then the white people said I was free, and put me up to running away. He did not stop me--he said he could not take the law into his own hands. Then I lived in what is now Waterloo. I married Robert Pooley, a black man. He ran away with a white woman: he is dead.

Brant died two years before the second war with the United States. His wife survived him until the year the stars fell. She was a pretty squaw: her father was an English colonel. She hid a crock of gold before she died, and I never heard of its being found. Brant was a freemason.

I was seven miles from Stoney Creek at the time of the battle--the cannonade made every thing shake well.

I am now unable to work, and am entirely dependent on others for subsistence: but I find plenty of people in the bush to help me a good deal.é

"A north-side view of slavery. The refugee: or, The narratives of fugitive slaves in Canada. Related by themselves, with an account of the history and condition of the colored population of Upper Canada" pg 193-195 
Sophia Burthen
 
6079 Living with Daniel & Lea Gardner. Conrad Burtman
 
6080 Mrs. Anastasia Halicki

PRESTON — Mrs. Anastasia Halicki, 65, of 6 Nelson St., Preston, died Saturday at South Waterloo Hospital, Galt, following a two-day illness. Born in the Ukraine, she came to live in Preston in 1913 and has resided here since. She was the former Anastasia (Elsie) Burtnoski, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Burtnoski. She was a member of St. Mary's Church, Preston. Her husband died in 1939. Surviving are one son, Stephen of Preston; one daughter, Mrs. Frank (Ann) Rogers of Preston; one sister, Pauline in Europe; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The body will be at the Maurice J. O'Brien Funeral Home here until Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. Requiem high mass will be held at St. Mary's Church Tuesday at 10 a.m. Interment will be in St. Clement's RC Cemetery, Preston.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 12 Jun 1961 pg 5 
Anastasia "Elsie" Burtnoski
 
6081 CRAWFORD, Ethel May

Passed away, peacefully, in her 94th year, at Forest Heights Long Term Care Centre, Kitchener, on Sunday, Sept. 28, 2003. Ethel was predeceased by her husband, William Augustus Crawford; parents, Richard and Kathleen Burton; sister, Gladys Whitehouse and twin brothers, Edward and Horace Burton. Ethel is survived by her son, Douglas William Crawford and his wife Mary Margaret of Goderich; grandchildren, Andrew James Crawford of Waterloo and Charles William Crawford and his wife Tanya; great-grandchildren, Emilie and Brady Crawford of Cambridge, as well as her sisters, Mary Hewer and Kay Dillon, in addition to many nieces and nephews. Ethel was a longtime member of Trinity Anglican Church, Cambridge. Funeral and commendation services will be conducted in the chapel of Little's Funeral Home & Cremation Centre, 223 Main St. E., Cambridge, on Wednesday, October 1, 2003, at 2 p.m., with Canon Robert Grisdale officiating. Friends will be received at the funeral home, on Wednesday, from 1:30 p.m., until the time of service, at 2 p.m. Interment, Trinity Anglican Cemetery.

The Record 30 Sep 2003 pg B9 
Ethel May Burton
 
6082 Frank is said by family members to have left the family and disappeared. Frank Burton
 
6083 Died (aged 65) in a car accident the evening of May 29, 1964, on Highway 24 three miles north of Hespeler, while returning from a road inspection. The driver of the other car involved in the head-on collision was charged, and one witness said that she believed that the five men in the car had been drinking. Mr Burton was a century farm owner and township school trustee. He was active in the co-op and Credit Union movement, and was a past president of Breslau Credit Union. As councillor, he held every committee chairmanship, and chaired township's road committee at time of death. Active in Co-op and Credit Union movement and president of Breslau Credit Union. * "One of the chief supporters of the new administration building...and one of the original township officials supporting area planning"1a

1aExcerpted from the Galt Evening Reporter 30 May 1964 
Leonard E. Burton
 
6084 HEWER, Mary Beatrice (nee Burton)

Passed away peacefully in her 88th year, on October 31, 2009 and went home to be with her Lord at Stirling Heights Nursing Home, in Cambridge. Mary was predeceased by her husband Frank Hewer (April 18, 1998) who was a former Inspector for the Waterloo Regional Police. She is survived by her daughters Jane Coleman of Cambridge and Patti Sullivan (Gary) of Mississauga. Grandchildren Brenda Shore (Mark) of Cambridge, Judi Roberts (David) of Cambridge, Laura Sullivan and James Sullivan, Mississauga. Great-grand daughters Marlee Shore and Whitney Shore of Cambridge. Mary's family will welcome friends from 7-9 on Tuesday evening at Lounsbury Funeral Home, 1766 Franklin Boulevard, Cambridge. Funeral services will be held at 2 pm on Wednesday, at Temple Baptist Church, 400 Holiday Inn Drive, Cambridge, with interment following at Parklawn Cemetery.

Cambridge Times 17 Nov 2009 
Mary Beatrice Burton
 
6085 BURTON, Michael James - Suddenly at his late residence in Kitchener on Tuesday December 19, 1995 in his 34th year. Mike burton beloved husband of Anita Chaulk and dear step-father of Steven. Loving son of Doreen and Fred Burton of Cambridge, special brother of Pat and Ben Ibele of Ayr and Barb and Bert Van Amerongen and dear uncle of Chris Thompson, all of Kitchener. Dear son-in-law of Irene and Frank Chaulk of Cambridge and will be sadly missed by many sisters and brother in-laws. Mike Burton was Chairman of Sergeant of Arms and Colour Party for the Royal Canadian Legion, Galt Branch #121 and a member of the Ayr Vets Cribbage Team. Friends will be received at Little's Funeral Home, 223 Main street East, Cambridge today (Wednesday) from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Funeral and Committal Services will be conducted in the Funeral Home Chapel on Thursday December 21, 1995 at 1:30 pm, with Rev. Gordon Griggs officiating. Cremation to follow. A Memorial Service will be conducted under the auspices of the Royal Canadian Legion, Galt Branch #121 at the Funeral Home tonight (Wednesday) at 7:00 pm. Remembrances to the Canadian Cancer Society, 1315 Bishop St., Unit 145, Cambridge N1R 6Z2 or the Canadian Diabetes Association, 14 Queen's Square, Cambridge N1S 1H3 would be appreciated.1a

1aCambridge Reporter 20 Dec 1995 
Michael James Burton
 
6086 IBELE, Patricia Donna (nee Burton) Born on August 12, 1953 passed away on February 5, 2018. Loving wife of the late Ben Ibele. Beloved daughter of Doreen Burton and the late Fred Burton. Dear sister of Barbara Jean Van Amerongen (Larry Utley) and brother of the late Michael James Burton. Survived by her godmother Donna Hawes, nephews Chris, Brandon and Tyler, special little Emma, in-laws Nancy and Lou Joran, many cousins and friends. Pat lived most of her life in Ayr and worked at Victoria Lodge in Ayr for 25 years, prior to that she worked at the Salvation Army Nursing Home. Cremation has taken place. There will be a private family service at a later date. In memory of Pat a donation of your choice can be made. Arrangements under the direction of Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street N., Cambridge.

Waterloo Region Record 8 Feb 2018 
Patricia Donna "Pat" Burton
 
6087 Their son Percival, my Grandfather, died on May 5, 1965. Percival married Ivy Whittaker on July 16, 1919 in Toronto. Their son, Keith Burton, is my father.1a

1aEmail Laurie Piskun 2013 
Percival Garfield Burton
 
6088 BYRNELL, Sharlene

Passed away suddenly, on Saturday, February 15, 2014, at her residence in her 69th year. Beloved wife of the late Ronald George (2012). Dear mother of Donna (Doug) Armbruster and Ron Jr. (Anita). Loving nana of Lauren (David), Bradley, Dorean, Carissa and Leilynn. Loving great-nana of Dawson and Bryce. Dear sister of Jean (Dave) Jordan, Bill (Val) Burton and Carolyn Robertson. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. A private graveside service for Sharlene will be held at Parklawn Cemetery, at a later date.

Cambridge Times 20 Feb 2014 
Sharlene Burton
 
6089 Joseph Bury, Dealer in Fancy Groceries, Provisions, Canned Goods, etc - The people of Berlin and surrounding country should not want for groceries, for they have many good stores to supply their wants. Among the later established in this line is Mr. Joseph Bury, whose store is located on King Street. This gentleman started business eight months ago, and by the superior quality of the goods kept, including the choicest brands of teas from China and Japan, fragrant coffees from Java, Rio and South America, hermetically sealed goods, table delicacies, condiments, pure spices, provisions, etc., and by a splendid display of the stock in a well appointed store, which is 16x60 feet in dimensions, and by selling on the lowest margin of profit, has built up an excellent trade, which is rapidly extending. Mr. Bury is agent for Hamburg and French lines of steamers, and parties desirous of visiting the Old Country can make all arrangements with him on the most satisfactory terms, and save trouble in New York. Mr. Bury is a native of Canada, and is an enterprising, progressive and capable business man, who thoroughly understands the wants of the public.1a

1aIndustries of Canada Historical and Commercial Sketches Hamilton and Environs 1886 
Joseph L. Bury
 
6090 King St., Germania Block, Kitchener, Ontario Joseph L. Bury
 
6091 BUSCH, Alfred W. -- On Thursday, March 1, 1979 at K-W Hospital, Alfred William Busch, age 84 years, of 208 Herbert St., Waterloo. Dear husband of the former Emma Moser; loving father of Delores (Mrs. Charles Sampson) of Waterloo and William Busch of Kitchener; grandfather of Paul Sampson, Bradley, Randy and Cathy Busch; brother of Albert of Moosejaw, Sask. Predeceased by his parents Anthony Busch and Wilhelmina Hartman. He was a member of St. Louis RC Church, Waterloo, and had been employed at Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd. until his retirement. Friends may call at the Ratz-Bechtel Funeral Home, 621 King St. W., Kitchener, after 7 p.m. this evening. Prayers will be offered at the funeral home on Saturday, at 10:30 a.m.; then to St. Louis RC Church, for the funeral mass at 11 a.m. Father C. A. Hauser will officiate. Interment Parkview cemetery Waterloo.1a

1aThe Kitchener-Waterloo Record 2 Mar 1979 
Alfred William Busch
 
6092 Word has been received of the death of Michael Bush on Thursday last in the St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon. Mr. Bush was well known in town by some of the older residents. He was married to Miss Louise Yousie, second daughter of Mrs. Andrew Yousie of this town. Interment was made in Saskatoon cemetery.

New Hamburg Independent, April 4, 1930 
Michael Busch
 
6093 Tombstone Reads 20 Mar 1905 Sophia K. A. Busch
 
6094 Buschert Chester, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Buschert, was born at Winterbourne, Ont., Dec. 28, 1889; passed away at his home in Preston, Ont., Sept. 18, 1946; aged 56 y. 8 m. 20 d. On Oct. 20, 1923, he was married to Mary Edna Snyder, who survives. Also surviving are 3 sons (Robert, of Goshen College, Goshen, Ind.; and Donald and David, both at home), one sister (Mrs. Alex Sheriff, Carstairs, Alta.). and 3 brothers (Ivan, Cereal, Alta.; Joseph, Kitchener, Ont.; and Ammon, Waterloo, Ont.) In his early youth he united with the Mennonite Church, and for many years served as Sunday-school superintendent. In 1944 he was ordained to the office of deacon, and was actively engaged in charitable and mission organizations of the church. Funeral services were in charge of B. B. Shantz and Oscaar Burkholder, assisted by Levi C. Hartzler, of Goshen, Ind., and Merle Shantz, of Kitchener. Text, Acts 11:24. His body was laid to rest in the adjoining cemetery.1a

1aGospel Herald - Vol. XXXIX, No . 32 - November 5, 1946 page 686 
Chester Buschert
 
6095 Sitler. - Hannah Buschert, wife of Jeremiah Sitler, was born at Winterbourne, Ont., Jan. 7, 1884; died at the Kitchener-Waterloo, Ont., hospital on Nov. 24, 1933; aged 49 y. 10 m. 17 d. She suffered a stroke on Wednesday morning, Nov. 22 and never regained consciousness. She accepted Christ at 19 years of age and retained her faith to the journey's end. On Aug. 6, 1916, she was married to Jeremiah Sitler at Youngstown, Alta. Those who mourn are her husband, 1 son (Paul), 1 daughter (Arlene), 7 brothers (Norman, Carstairs, Alta.; Ephraim, Dogpound, Alta.; Ivan, Cereal, Alta.; Joseph, Kitchener, Ont.; Chester, Preston, Ont.; Ammon, Waterloo, Ont.), and 1 sister (Mrs. Alex. Sheriff, Carstairs, Alta.). The funeral was held Nov. 26. Minister, Oscar Burkholder. Text Psa. 116: 15.1a

1aGOSPEL HERALD - Vol. XXVI, No. 36 - December 7, 1933, p. 767 
Hannah C. Buschert
 
6096 BUSCHERT. - Ira, son Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Buschert, was born at Winterbourne, Ont., May 8, 1882; died at the K. W. Hospital, Oct. 19, 1945, from a complication of diseases; aged 63 y. 5 m. 11 d. On March 20, 1907, he was married to Nancy Binder of Breslau. Surviving are his widow, 2 sons (Claire and Herbert W., both of Kitchener), 3 grandchildren, 4 brothers (Ivan, Cereal, Alta.; Ammon, Waterloo, Ont.; Joseph, Kitchener, Ont.; and Chester, Preston, Ont.), and one sister (Mrs. Alexander Sheriffs, Carstairs, Alta.). Early in life he accepted Christ and united with the Mennonite Church. His religious experience was not a matter of much talk but rather of consistent living. He will be greatly missed by the family, church, and community. Memorial services were held at the First Mennonite Church, in charge of C. F. Derstine and Merle Shantz. Text, I Thess. 4: 14. Interment was made at Breslau.1a

1aGospel Herald - Vol. XXXVIII, No . 32 - November 9, 1945, page 623 
Ira Buschert
 
6097 Bast, Myrtle Buschert, daughter of Norman and Mary (Weber) Buschert, was born in Carstairs, Alta., May 20, 1908; died of a heart attack at St. Joseph's Hospital, Orange Co., Calif., Mar. 13, 1987; aged 78 y. On Mar. 10, 1942, she was married to Bill Bast, who died in 1953. Surviving are 3 children (Delmore, Mary, and Ron), 5 grandchildren, one sister (Mabel), and 3 brothers (Lorne, Gordon, and Roy). Funeral services were held at West Zion Mennonite Church in charge of James Miller; interment in West Zion Cemetery.1a

1aGospel Herald - Volume 80, Number 20 - May 19, 1987 - page 350 
Myrtle Buschert
 
6098 BUSCHERT. Norman Buschert was born Oct. 2, 1872, near Kitchener, Ont.; died at his home Nov. 16, 1935, near Carstairs, Alta.; aged 63 y. 1 m. 14 d. He left his native home and came to Alberta in 1899; taking up a homestead where he resided till death. On Dec. 2, 1903, he was united in marriage to Mary Weber formerly of Kitchener. To this union were born 6 children. He leaves his sorrowing widow, 4 sons (Earl, Lorne, Roy, and Gordon), 2 daughters (Myrtle and Mabel), 3 grandchildren, 6 brothers (Ira, Joseph, Ammon, and Chester of Ontario; Ivan of Cereal; Ephraim of Dogpound, Alta.) And 1 sister (Mrs Alexander Sherriffs of Carstairs). He united with the West Zion Mennonite Church on Sept. 15, 1901, the time when the church was first organized. He was ordained deacon in 1925, serving in this office till the Lord called him home.About a year ago he suffered with a stroke, but had regained his health. Then about 2 weeks before his death he suffered with an inward stroke and the day before his death his one side was paralyzed. Death quickly followed. From the time he took sick he was unable to talk or show very little signs of recognition; but we have the consolation that he lived a Christian life. May he rest in peace. Funeral services were held Nov. 19 at the West Zion Mennonite Church near Carstairs. Interment in adjoining cemetery. Text, II Cor 5:1; "For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens."1a

1aGOSPEL HERALD - Vol. XXVIII, No. 36 - December 5, 1935, pages 766, 767.

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Norman C. Buschert: deacon in the West Zion Mennonite Church near Carstairs, Alberta, was born 2 October 1872 near Kitchener, Ontario, and died 16 November 1935 near Carstairs, Alberta. He married Mary Weber, formerly of Berlin (Kitchener), on 2 December 1903. They were the parents of 6 children.

Norman Buschert purchased a homestead in the Carstairs district in 1900 and was one of the founding members when the West Zion Mennonite Church was organized in 1901. Mary Weber was one of two young ladies who arrived in Carstairs from Ontario in 1902. She and Norman were the first couple to be married in the West Zion Mennonite church. They remained in the community and continued to serve the church all through their married life.

In 1925 Norman Buschert was ordained by lot to the office of deacon, a position he filled diligently and sacrificially until the time of his fatal illness in 1935. He suffered a stroke in 1934 but regained his health briefly but died shortly after a second stroke in November of 1935.2a

2aRegehr, Ted D. "Buschert, Norman C. (1872-1935)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. December 2003. Web. 25 February 2011. http://www.gameo.org/encyclopedia/contents/B8592.html. 
Norman C. Buschert
 
6099 Buschert, Robert C., 71, Goshen, Ind. Born: Nov. 28, 1924, Preston, Waterloo Co., Ont., to Chester and Mary Edna Snyder Buschert. Died: Jan. 22, 1996, Elkhart, Ind., of leukemia. Buschert chaired the physics department at Goshen College, 1965 - 1994, and was founder and director of the Turner Precision X-Ray Measurements Laboratory for solid-state research since 1970. He graduated from Goshen College in 1952, received a master's degree and doctorate from Purdue. He also worked for Bell and Motorola companies. Survivors-wife: Joy Martin Buschert; children: Allen, Russell, John Ross; brothers: Donald, David; 3 grandchildren. Congregational membership: Assembly Mennonite Church. Funeral: Jan. 26, College Mennonite Church, by Mary Lehman Yoder and Harold Bauman. Burial: Violet Cemetery.1a

1aNewspaper unknown 
Robert C. Buschert
 
6100 BUSCHERT - Wendell Buschert was born at Williamsburg, Ont., Sept. 13, 1847; passed away to his eternal rest at Breslau, Ont., on May 30, 1917; aged 69 y. 8 m. 28 d. His entire life was spent in Waterloo county. Bro. Buschert was a member of the Mennonite Church for many years, keeping the faith unto the end. He was married in 1871 to sister Lydia Cressman, to which union were born 12 children, 2 of them dying in infancy. There are left to mourn his departure a sorrowing wife, 7 sons, 3 daughters, 3 brothers, 2 sisters and 23 grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Breslau on Sunday afternoon, June 3, conducted by J. S. Woolner and Oscar Burkholder. Text, 11 Cor. 5:1.1a

1aGospel Herald - Volume X, Number 13 - June 28, 1917, page 256 
Wendel Buschert
 
6101 BENDUS, Lena Pauline

Passed away peacefully, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Tuesday, May 5, 2009, in her 86th year, with her family and friends present. Beloved wife of the late Ralph Bendus (1996). Dear mother of Gregory Bendus and Nancy Bendus, both of Cambridge. Sadly missed by one brother, Michael Busczkowski and two sisters, Sophie and Stella, all of Guelph. Predeceased by her parents and one sister, Ann. Sadly missed by nieces, nephews and many close friends. Mrs. Bendus was born in Guelph and had been a longtime resident of the area. She was a member of St. Clement's RC Church and worked at Savage Shoes, Greb Shoes and Canadian General Tower until her retirement. The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Road, Cambridge, on Thursday, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Clement's RC Church, 745 Duke Street, Cambridge on Friday, May 8, 2009, at 10 a.m. Interment in Parklawn Cemetery, Cambridge.

Waterloo Region Record 26 Aug 2009 
Lena Pauline Busczkowski
 
6102 Mrs. Catherine Hagey

PRESTON, Dec. 9 — Catherine Busch, widow of Amos Hagey, died suddenly at her home, Church St., Saturday morning at the age of 81 years. Mrs. Hagey had been enjoying fair health and her sudden passing came as a distinct shock to many friends in the community. Born in Woolwich Township, she spent practically her entire life in the district, coming to Preston in 1921 from a farm at Chicopee. She attended the Freeport United Church. Surviving are three sons, Annas of British Columbia, Ethans of Alberta and Ornan at home. Her husband predeceased her in July, 1917. The remains are resting at the Stager-Pass Funeral Home frcrm where the funeral will be held on Wednesday at 2 p.m. Interment will be in Hagey's Cemetery.

Kitchener Daily Record 9 Dec 1946 pg 13 
Catharine K. Bush
 
6103 64th Battalion & 4th Battalion John B. Bush
 
6104 1851 - Wilhelmina Bush is staying with John B. Bowman. Wilhelmina Bush
 
6105 34th Battalion Private Archibald William Bushnell
 
6106 34th Battalion Private Joseph Bushour
 
6107 Buried by the House of Industry and Refuge in Woodland Cemetery. Stephen Bushour
 
6108 BUSKE, Alfred Lorne -- At St. Mary's Hospital, on Monday, Sept. 3, 1973, Alfred Lorne Buske, husband of Minnie Kuehl, 17 Broadmoor Ave., Kitchener, in his 68th year; father of Douglas of Burlington, Mrs. Frederick Hissey (Sharon) of London and Karen, at home; brother of Lawrence, Edmund and Eric of Pembroke, Albert of Kitchener and Mrs. Earl Zadow (Alice) of Pembroke; also survived by four grandchildren.1a

1aThe Kitchener-Waterloo Record 4 Sep 1973 
Alfred Loranze Edward Buske
 
6109 BUSS, John, 1941 - 2009 - In the fall of 1965, a young Englishman named John Buss boarded the Queen Elizabeth to set sail for new opportunities. Job offer folded neatly in his suitcase, John was looking forward to starting work at Galt Brass in the little town of Galt, Ontario. His parents watched from the wharf as their only child set out to make his way in the world. John's first experience with the Canadian winter came as a bitter surprise and he thought perhaps he'd made a mistake and should just return to Manchester. He may well have done so if not for the warmth of a young woman who was melting his heart during that cold winter. Her name was Carol Blaxley. They married in 1968. They had three children (Jonathan, Stephen and Michael), from which grew a larger family to include, so far, two daughters-in-law (Charlotte and Ji-eun) and four grandchildren (Madeline, Andrew, Graham and Claire). John was a mechanical designer for several local manufacturers during his career. He was meticulous in his pursuit of excellence, whether at work or home. To do a job right, to be thorough, to be proud of his efforts; those were the things that drove him. When two of his boys moved into older houses, John was provided with a wealth of projects. Whether building decks, installing sinks, or oiling squeaky hinges, he brought the full force of his skills and focus to the job. He would often jokingly lament the challenges of being a perfectionist in an imperfect world. Having completed countless home improvement projects at Stephen's house over the past four years, John was preparing to announce "mission accomplished" later this summer after a few minor projects were crossed off the list. Those plans came to a sudden end on Tuesday, May 12, 2009 when this healthy and active man fell victim to an unexpected stroke. Though the perfectionist's unfinished work remains, today John's family declares mission accomplished on a wonderful and successful life. He was much loved by his wife and family and will be sorely missed. A private family cremation will be held. John's family and friends are invited to attend a reception to remember and celebrate his life on Sunday, May 17, 2009 from 2-5 p.m. at the Whistle Bear Golf Club, 1316 Dickie Settlement Road, Cambridge, ON N3H 4R8. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Coutts Funeral Home.

The Waterloo Region Record - May 2009 
John Buss
 
6110 118th Battalion Private Peter Frederick Buss
 
6111 BUSTAMANTE, Salvador

Passed away on Sunday, June 24, 2007, at his residence, in his 75th year. Beloved husband of Tomasa. Loving father of Elida, Emilio, Vidalia, Ohm-Dinora, Priscila, Abel, Abner and Ana. Dear grandfather of 23 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Dear brother of Susanna Bustamante of El Salvador. Mr. Bustamante is resting at the Lounsbury Funeral Home, 1766 Franklin Boulevard, Cambridge, where visitation will be held this evening, (Monday) from 7-9 p.m. and on Tuesday, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A funeral service will be held in the funeral home chapel on Wednesday morning, at 11 a.m., with interment at Parklawn Cemetery

The Record 25 Jun 2007 pg B7 
Salvador Bustamante
 
6112 BUSTIN, Murray - Passed away peacefully at The Westmount, surrounded by his family, on Friday, June 23, 2006, at the age of 90. Beloved husband of Edith (nee Robinson) for 56 years. Dear father of Carol Bureaux and her husband Gordon, of Kitchener, Shirley Cosens and her husband Bruce of Moorefield, Lloyd Bustin and his wife Melany of Sussex, NB and Paul Bustin and his wife Cheryl of Cambridge. Loving grandfather to Peter (Lindsay) and Carrie (Jordan); Adam (Wendy), Josh and Katelyn; Bethany, Lesley and Daniel; Jill, Courtney, Hillary, Shaylyn and Josh. Great-grandfather of Jenna, Adrianne and Amy. Dear brother of Mary DeMille of New Brunswick. Predeceased by his parents Charles and Ada (nee McNair) Bustin and brothers Frank, Tom, Harry and Sam and sister Ella Dunfield. Murray served four years overseas in the Army during the Second World War with the Carlton York Regiment. He retired from Stelco Steel and was a member of Northside Community Church. Murray's family will receive relatives and friends from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday at the Henry Walser Funeral Home, 507 Frederick St., Kitchener, 519-749-8467. A Memorial service for Murray will take place at 2 p.m. on Monday, June 26, 2006 at Northside Community Church (55 Leonard St., Kitchener) Rev. V.J. Trafford officiating. Interment of cremated remains will take place in the family plot in New Brunswick at a later date. As expressions of sympathy donations to the Northside Community Church or CNIB would be appreciated by the family. Visit www.henrywalser.com for Murray's memorial.1a

1aThe Record 24 Jun 2006 
Murray Bustin
 
6113 Son of Stephen and Elizabeth Butcher, of Close View, Old Alresford, Hants. Lance Corporal Albert Edward Butcher
 
6114 BUTCHER, Gordon

Of Bishop Street, Cambridge, on Sunday, Oct. 31, 1993, at Cambridge Memorial Hospltal, in his 75th year. Beloved husband of Daisy Rankin and dear father of Maurice and his wife Carol of London, Ont., James and his friend Cheryl of Waterloo, Faith and her husband Don Laird of Guelph and Julie and her husband Andrew Falkiewicz of Waterloo. Also survived by two brothers, Ken and Bob, both of Cambridge and also one sister, Hazel Nussli, also of Cambridge. Lovingly remembered by two grandchildren, Heather Butcher and Ian Falkiewicz. Predeceased by his mother and father and one brother, Wesley. Gordon was born in Cambridge (Preston) and was a lifelong resident of the area. He was retired from Butler Metal Products, Cambridge and was a Second World War veteran with the Royal Canadian Engineers, serving to Italy. Also a member of the Preston Royal Canadian Legion Branch 126, recently working with the Canadian Corp of the Commissioners for the City of Cambridge. Friends will be received at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Road, Cambridge, on Tuesday. Nov, 2, from 7-9 p.m. A private funeral service will be held at a later date. Cremation to follow. Interment of ashes in Parklawn Cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 1 Nov 1993 pg A11 
Gordon H. Butcher
 
6115 NUSSLI, Hazel Laurine (nee Butcher

March 25, 1917 - December 28, 2012. Passed away peacefully at Cambridge Memorial Hospital in her 96th year. Predeceased by her loving husband Ed in 1985 and her brothers Wesley (1988), Gordon (1993), Robert (1996) and Ken (2002). Hazel is survived by her son Nyle (Carol) of Cambridge and her two beloved grandchildren, Mark (Alexandra) of Burlington and Emma Rae. Hazel lived all her life in Preston and was a faithful member of King Street Baptist Church. The family will receive friends at Fairview Mennonite Home, 515 Langs Drive, Cambridge on Monday, December 31, 2012, from 12 noon until time of service, at 2:30 p.m., at Fairview Mennonite Home. Private interment to follow at Parklawn Cemetery. We want to thank the caregivers with CCAC, and Paramed for their kind care at Fairview and all of the nursing staff on the 5th floor at the Hospital this past month. We also want to thank Dr. S. Mathai, Dr. Covalcic and Dr. Skillman for their compassionate care and thoughtfulness.

Waterloo Region Record 31 Jan 2013 
Hazel Laurine Butcher
 
6116 Man dies after incident at Kitchener grocery store

KITCHENER On the street outside a discount grocery store, Philip Butcher struggled for his last breaths Friday evening. It was a sad end to a tragic life ravaged by addictions.

Philip Butcher, 51, died after he was chased by three employees at the Food Basics on Highland Road West at about 5 p.m.

The store employees believed Philip had stolen some meat. When they caught up with him a short distance away, Philip could barely breathe. An ambulance was called. He was pronounced dead a short time later at the hospital.

An autopsy did not reveal the cause of death.

Wayne Butcher of New Hamburg is waiting for more information about his brother's death.....1a

1aThe Waterloo Region Record 31 Dec 2012 
Philip Butcher
 
6117 1901 Berlin Census - Anthony is a lodger in the home of Sarah and George Oakley Anthony Butler
 
6118 BUTLER, David Roy

Passed away peacefully, in his sleep at the Hilltop Manor in Cambridge, on June 19, 2010, at the age of 87. Dearly missed by loving wife of 57 years, Nora. Lovingly remembered by his children, Paul (of Kitchener), Janice (of British Columbia), and Frederick (of Alberta) and grandchildren, Cheryl, Jeffrey (deceased), Rebecca, and Christopher. He will be missed by many relatives and friends. David was a veteran of World War II with the Canadian Armed Forces overseas. David was also a 60 year past master of the Scotland Masonic Lodge #193 in Oakland, Ontario. Visitation will be held at the BARTHEL FUNERAL HOME, 566 Queenston Road, Cambridge, on Monday, June 21, 2010, from 7-9pm. Funeral Service will be held at King Street Baptist Church, Cambridge, on Tuesday, June 22, 2010, at 1:30pm. Interment to follow at Parklawn Cemetery.

Waterloo Region Record 21 Jun 2010 
David Roy Butler
 
6119 The birth registrations of Pearl and Lillie's give Margaret's name is Elizabeth Butler Elizabeth Butler
 
6120 Dissolve 2 Fleishman's yeast cakes in 1 quart warm water add enough flour to make a thin batter. Set to rise over night. In the morning add a pint warm milk, r tablespoon butter, 1 of white sugar, 2 of salt, 1 beaten egg and sift in flour enough to make it thick enough to handle. Knead for half an hour. Let it rise again, knead lightly and put into pans. In about half an hour it will be ready for the oven. Isabel Butler
 
6121 BUTLER, JOHN AINLEY

Berliner Journal Sept. 16, 1897 Baden News Dr. Nichols will be leaving Baden and Dr. Butler will take over his practice.


Berlin Daily Telegraph August 29, 1910: Baden Dr. J. A. Butler who had a good medical practice in Baden, sold his property and practice to Dr. Gillespie of Seaforth. Dr. Gillespie takes possession Sept. 1st. We wish him every success. Dr. Butler intends to visit the larger hospitals in New York city for a few months before he starts in his new field.


Canadian Medical Association Journal Jan. l4, 196l: John Ainley Butler, aged 85, died Dec. 10 in Bowmanville Memorial Hospital. A graduate of the University of Toronto in 1897, he practised in Baden and Newcastle, Ont.


From: Doctors in Waterloo County 1852-1925 by Alexander D. Campbell 
Dr. John Ainley Butler
 
6122 Dr. J. A. Butler who had a good medical practice in Baden, sold his property and practice to Dr. Gillespie of Seaforth. Dr. Gillespie takes possession Sept. 1st. We wish him every success. Dr. Butler intends to visit the larger hospitals in New York City for a few months before he starts in his new field.1a

1aBerlin Daily Telegraph 29 Aug 1910 
Dr. John Ainley Butler
 
6123 John is reported to have been born in Toronto, documentation needed. John Alexander Allen Butler
 
6124 BUTLER, John "Howard" 1926 - 2016 After a short illness, on November 13 at the age of 90. He leaves his wife Miriam (Shantz), son John (Jackie Bryers) and daughters Mary and Jane (Phil Dietrich) and his beloved grandchildren Jack and Peter Butler, and Scott and Amy Dietrich. He also leaves behind his sister-in-law Vera Butler and many adoring nieces and nephews, grandnieces and nephews, and great-grandnieces and nephews from both the Butler and Shantz clans. Howard was born on February 23, 1926, the third of four sons of Leigh Elkington Butler and Jean Barber and the much loved nephew of Margaret Lemon. His brothers Keith, Bill and Alan predeceased him, as did sisters-in-law Bev and Pat and brothers-in-law Fred and Hugh Shantz. Howard grew up in Kitchener, attended high school at KCI and served in the RCAF for the latter part of WW2. He then obtained a Pharmacy degree at University of Toronto before undertaking a highly successful forty year plus career in the pharmaceutical industry, primarily as a representative for Wyeth (now Pfizer). After retirement he continued to work until age 85 as a part-time pharmacist with Shoppers Drug Mart. He was a gifted athlete, playing badminton from an early age into his late forties (and then squash for a further twenty years), football and basketball in high school, and golf from his early twenties and for the rest of his life. His badminton achievements were notable, including winning the US Open Masters singles title in 1967. To recognize his sporting achievements, he was made a member of the Waterloo Region Hall of Fame. Howard was also a 70 year member of Westmount Golf and Country Club. He was a kind, gracious, sociable and gentle man who will be deeply missed by his extended family and all others who had the privilege of knowing him. Friends are invited to share their memories of Howard with his family during a memorial visitation at the Erb & Good Family Funeral Home , 171 King St. S., Waterloo, on Friday, November 18, 2016 from 2-5 p.m. A Memorial Service will be held at Church of St. John the Evangelist, 23 Water St. N., Kitchener, on Saturday, November 19, 2016 at 1 p.m. A private family interment will follow at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in Howard's honour may be made through the funeral home to the Mennonite Central Committee, Church of St. John the Evangelist or a charity of your choice at www.erbgood.com or 519-745-8445. We wish to thank Dr. Kelly, Dr. Moolman, Martha Karn, and the wonderful nurses on 5D N at KW Hospital.

Waterloo Region Record 15 Nov 2016

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Butler-Shantz Wedding Is Garden Ceremony

Rev. U. K. Weber who officiated at the marriage of the bride's parents 30 years ago, performed the wedding of his niece, Miss Miriam Rose Shantz, and Mr. John Howard Butler Saturday in a lovely garden setting. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elven Shantz, 205 Weber St. East, and the bridegroom is a son of Mrs. L. E. Butler, 637 King St. West, and the late Mr. Butler. Rev. Mr. Weber is honorary pastor of Stirling Ave. Mennonite Church. Their vows were spoken in an outdoor ceremony at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Shantz, 215 Pandora Cresc. The bridal party stood before an alter, flanked by twin white standards of white peonies, arranged at one end of the garden which was ringed with an orange blossom hedge. Miss Frances Trump was pian- ist, playing the accompaniment for soloist Miss Isabelle M. Chivers. Her selections were "O Perfect Love" and "The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden." Entering the garden with her father, who gave her in marriage, the bride chose a summer bridal gown of flimy white nylon mar- quisette. O Peter Pan collar and cap sleeves featured the bodice. The tightly-molded waistline was clasped with a wide sash of white nylon, finished at the back with a butterfly bow. The skirt billowed to the ground in great fullness. Her finger-tip veil of white illusion tulle fell from a Mary Tudor brim of illusion and her bouquet was a white starlite rose cascade centred with gardenias. The handkerchief of fine Belgian lace which she carried had been brought from Europe in 1918 by the bridegroom's father as a gift for his wife. All in white organdy were four bridal attendants, Miss Patricia Shantz as her sister's maid of honor, Mrs. James A. Smith of Toronto and Miss Peggy Houston of Kitchener as bridesmaids and Miss Patty Butler, Kitchener, niece of the bridegroom, as flower girl. The senior attendants were dressed alike in bouffant-skirted white organdy gowns with portrait necklines, edged with a double fold of self material forming brief sleeves and finished in points on the fitted bodice. A single red rose was attached to their necklets of black velvet ribbon and their large picture hats of white organdy were trimmed wth black velvet ribbon. They carried white baskets of Italian straw filled with American beauty roses and bouvardia. Similar to the bride's was the flower girl's gown, patterned with Peter Pan Collar, but with puffed sleeves and flower clusters appliqued in twin rows around the skirt. She carried a small Italian basket of pink Pinocchio roses. Mr. Alan Butler was his brother's best man. Ushers were Mr. Hugh Shantz, brother of the bride, Mr. William L. Butler, also a brother of the bridegroom, and Mr. Robert Fleischauer, Jr. A reception followed in the garden. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Elven Shantz wore a rose crepe floor-length gown, hat of navy straw adorned with roses, navy accessories and a corsage of white carnations with blue gypsophila. Mrs. Butler chose a crisp pink summer formal gown in waffle weave, with straw hat and accessories. Her corsage mingled pink gypsophila with white carnations. Receiving with the wedding party, Mrs. M. B. Shantz was in floor-length grap angelskin silk, navy straw picture hat, navy accessories and a corsage of American beauty roses. When they left for Muskoka, the bride donned a three-piece ensemble in pastel aqua gabardine, worn with a two-tone cocoa and beige hat and accessories, and a gardenia corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Butler will reside on Union Blvd., Waterloo. 
John Howard "Howard" Butler
 
6125 Joseph E. Butler Traveling Painter, Fall Dead Before Crowd

Joseph E. Butler, evidently of Grafton, N. D. and a painter and paper-hanger by the kit of tools his baggage contained, dropped dead on the Higgins Avenue bridge before a large number of people last night. Butler who arrived in Missoula only five minutes before he died, was about 45 years of age, a large man, weighing probably about 215. He reached the city on Milwaukee train No. 3 at 9:15, climbed the steps from the station to the bridge and started across. When he was about halfway over, Butler stopped setting down his two suitcases, and leaned against the railing. In a second he had fallen over dead.

He was taken to the establishment of Coroner Marsh, where his effects were examined. Butler has worked all over the west, to judge by letters in his suitcases, but his home address is thought to be Grafton. Coroner Marsch wired the chief of police in that town last night. It is not known where Butyler has been working last.

Either heart disease or apoplexy casued the death of Butler. He was a very heavy man and stood about five feet, eight inches. He had sandy hair and a stubby moustache of the same hue. 
Joseph E. Butler
 
6126 BUTLER, Roy (Butch)

At the Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Tuesday, June 14, 2005, in his 59th year. Beloved husband and confidant of Barb and dear father and best friend of James and his girlfriend Patti. Beloved brother of Joe Butler and wife Pam of Cambridge; Inez Boehme and husband Siggy of London and Yvonne Stone and husband Jim of Wingham. Survived by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents, George Sr. and Emma Butler and his brother, George Jr. and sister, Nona Robichaud. Roy was the President and longest employee of Custom Aluminum Foundry Limited. He was a member of the Canadian Foundry Association and the American Foundrymens Society. He was a member of the Galt Legion Branch 121, President of Galt Road Rajahs Car Club, a long time volunteer with the Cambridge Minor Hockey, Cambridge Minor Softball and a member of the Festival of Friendship Hockey Tournament Committee. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas St., Cambridge, where friends will be received on Wednesday (today) 7-9 p.m. and Thursday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will take place at the funeral home chapel on Friday, June 17, 2005, at 1 p.m. Interment Parklawn Cemetery.

The Record 15 Jun 2005 pg B7 
Roy "Butch" Butler
 
6127 Living with her uncle Allan Butler in 1861. Susan Butler
 
6128 BUTLER, Thomas Joseph II - Passed away peacefully at Lisaard House surrounded by his family on Friday, December 14, 2007 at the age of 66. Tom, of Cambridge was predeceased by his loving wife Alice. The beloved father of Tom (Carol) Butler of Stettler, AB, Sheri (Ron) Adams of Petitcodiac, NB; wonderful grandfather to Thomas, Chaste, Bradly "and Brett. Also survived by sisters, Angela and Margaret; brothers, Leo, Phil, Paul and predeceased by Gordon. Tom was a retired employee of Budd Canada and will be missed by family and friends. As requested by Tom there will be no visitation or funeral services. Donations can be made to Lisaard House or the Canadian Cancer Society by contacting Little's Funeral Home & Cremation Centre (519) 623-1290.

The Record - Dec 2007 
Thomas Joseph Butler
 
6129 ZEMANCIK, Louise

We give thanks for the gift of our beloved "Nanny", who passed away, Saturday, June 5, 2004, at her home in Cambridge. Louise was predeceased by her husband, Steve (1984); her mother, Catherine Butora (1979) and her father, Joseph Butora (1983). She will be forever loved and remembered by her daughter, Irene Elliott and her son, Frank (Jean). Louise also leaves behind her grandchildren, Dianne (Dave) Hebei of New Hamburg, Brian (Kim) Elliott of Cambridge, Catherine (Darren) Brewer of Tavistock and Gary and David Zemancik of Cambridge. Loving great-grandmother of Melissa, Noah and Carson Elliott-Habel, Brian, Mitchel and Dylan Brewer and Alexandra Elliott. A private family visitation has already taken place. A Mass of Christian Burial, will be celebrated at St. Patrick's RC Church, 53 Wellington St., Cambridge, on Tuesday, June 8, 2004, at 10 a.m.

The Record 7 Jun 2004 pg B7 
Louise Butora
 
6130 KANIS, Mildred Cecelia

Passed away at the Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Wednesday, May 31, 2000, in her 74th year. Beloved wife of Peter and dear mother of Shirley Denief and husband Harry and Philip Parsons and wife Wanda all of Cambridge. Beloved sister of Violet Moores and husband Matt of Newfoundland; Jean Quenneville and husband Mike of Cambridge; Raymond Butt and wife Loretta of Cambridge; Mabel Cripps and husband Doug of N. Vancouver; Arthur Butt of St. John's, Newfoundland and Edith Hurst and husband John of B.C. Beloved grandmother of 5 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. Resting at the Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street, Cambridge, where the family will receive friends, on Friday, 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will take place at the funeral home chapel, on Saturday, June 3, 2000, at 10:30 a.m. Interment Park Lawn Cemetery.

Cambridge Reporter 2000 
Mildred Cecelia Butt
 
6131 1851 - Henry Butter is in same household as Peter Winger. Henry Butter
 
6132 BUTTERFIELD\emdash At Glenmorris on Saturday, March 30, 1957, Albert Butterfield, beloved husband of Ludwinia Seifried, in his 74th year. Funeral service was held from Little's Funeral Home, Galt, on Monday, with interment in Ayr Cemetery

The Ayr News Apr 4 1957 pg 35 
Albert Butterfield
 
6133 Fatally Injured by Auto

William Butters recently of Collingwood was struck down by an automobile at the corner of King and Agnes Streets in Kitchener on Monday evening and died in the hospital two hours later.

The car was driven by Miss Doretta Liphardt of Waterloo. Butters, accompanied by a fellow boarder, were crossing the street and did not see the car approaching until it was a few feet away from them. Butters' companion jumped backward, while Butters tried to cross and walked in front of the car which had swerved to one side to pass the two men. Butters suffered a fracture of the skull by striking the pavement. The coroner's jury viewed the scene of the accident and the remains and adjourned until Thursday morning for hearing the evidence. The remains were taken to Collingwood for burial. The deceased had been in Kitchener only a few weeks and was employed at the Dominion Tire factory.

New Hamburg Independent, August 27, 1920 
William Butters
 
6134 Mrs. Mary Ann Brown

PRESTON — Mrs. Mary Ann Brown, 80, of 317 Middle St., died early today in South Waterloo Memorial Hospital. She had been in hospital five months. Mrs. Brown was born at Warrington, Lancashire, England and came to Preston in 1911. She attended St. Clement's Roman Catholic Church here and was a member of the Catholic Women's League and the Altar Society. Her husband, John William Brown, died in 1949. Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Catherine) Gillings, and Mrs. William (Cecilia) Moore, both of Preston; Mrs. Wesley (Irene) Davis, Aylmer; Sister M. Jean Marie (Theresa), Hamilton; Miss Elizabeth Brown, Montreal. There are six grandchildren and four greatgrand-children. The body will be at the Stager-Pass Funeral Home, Preston, until Thursday morning when requiem high mass will be celebrated at St. Clement's Church at 9 a.m., with burial at St. Clement's Roman Catholic Cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 22 Nov 1955 pg 5 
Mary Ann Buttress
 
6135 ARMSTRONG, Annetta: Passed away peacefully on June 27, 1997 at Cambridge Country Manor in her 71st year. Annetta Armstrong, beloved wife of the late George Armstrong, sister of Jack Buyers, Wiarton. Mrs. Armstrong is resting at Nelson Funeral Home, 1766 Franklin Blvd., Cambridge, where friends will be received from 7-9 p.m. on Sunday. A memorial service under the auspices of the Hespeler Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, #272 will be held at the funeral home on Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. The funeral service will be held on Monday morning at 11 o'clock at the funeral home. Cremation with the interment of ashes will follow at New Hope Cemetery. Those who wish may make a memorial donation to the Alzheimer's Society.

Unidentified Newspaper Obituary 
Annetta Buyers
 
6136 BYATT, Gordon William - Passed away at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Monday, January 15, 2007, at the age of 78. Beloved husband of Grace Byatt (nee Tales). Loving step-father of Larry Thornton (Darlene), Linda Miles (John), Betty Laidlaw (Bill), Bonnie MacDonald (Earl); grandfather of 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by his sisters, Edna Ault and Betty Mortimer. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street, Cambridge, where the family will receive friends on Wednesday 7-9 p.m. A service under the auspices of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 121, will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. The funeral service will be held in the funeral home chapel on Thursday, January 18, 2007 at 1:30 p.m. Interment will follow at Mount View Cemetery. In Gordon's memory, donations made to Lisaard House would be appreciated by the family.

The Record - Jan 2007 
Gordon William Byatt
 
6137 MRS. JOHN H. LITTLE

A highly respected resident of Ayr for more than 50 years, Barbara Ann Byers, widow of John H. Little, passed away in Galt Hospital on Friday evening. Mrs. Little was in her 75th year. She had been in ill health for over a year.

The late Mrs. Little was born at Hampden, Grey county: She came to Ayr at the time of her marriage, and had lived in the village ever since. She was a member of Knox United Church. surviving to mourn her passing are four sons, John, of Detroit: James, of Ayr; Walter, of Galt, and Wilfred, of Boston, Mass.; one sister, Mrs. Wm. J. Lyons of Toronto, and seven grandchildren.

The funeral.

Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon from her late residence, Willison Street, with interment in Ayr Cemetery. Rev. J. W. Currie officiated.

The Ayr News Feb 12 1942 pg 1 
Barbara Annie Byers
 
6138 ELMIRA. March 7-David A. Byers died suddenly after a heart attack at the age of 82 years at his home north of St. Jacobs yesterday. He had been residing there for the past 37 years. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. J. Sanderson of Glen Allan, two brothers, Thomas and Richard of Edmonton, one niece, Miss Aleda Sanderson, and one nephew, Russel of St. Jacobs.1a

1aThe Kitchener Daily Record 7 Mar 1939 
David H. Byers
 
6139 Lloyd M. Byers 1929 - 2006 Passed away suddenly, at Trillium Health Centre, Mississauga, on Wednesday, November 8, 2006, at the age of 77. Lloyd was born in Tara Ontario. He was a member of Canada's Merchant Navy during the Second World War. Lloyd was also an owner/operator with United Taxi for over 30 years and an owner/operator with Day & Ross Trucking for many years. Beloved husband of Georgina (Jean); loving father of David and Joanne Byers, Steve and Lea Byers, Pat and Deb Hanley, and Donald and Linda Allen, all of Kitchener, and son-in-law, David Jolliffe of Orleans, ON. Proud grandfather of Albert Byers of Vancouver, Brent and Shelly Byers of Thunder Bay, Janine and Darryl Fisler, Tiffany Byers, and Bobby and Jessica Byers, all of Kitchener, Phillip Jolliffe of Toronto, Kerri Jolliffe, and Sean and Nancy Jolliffe, all of Orleans. Great-grandfather of Anthony, Nicole, Ryan and Rowen. Predeceased by his parents, Albert and Hazel Byers; daughter, Judith (Judy) Jolliffe; brother, Ken Byers and his wife Irene; sister, Doris Teschke and her husband Ed; sisters Verna McLean and Mary Byers. Family and friends are invited to share their memories of Lloyd during visitation with his family at the Erb & Good Family Funeral Home, 171 King Street South, Waterloo on Saturday, November 11 from 7-9 p. m. and on Sunday, November 12 between 2-4 p. m. and 7-9 p. m. The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, November 13, 2006 at 11 a. m. in the funeral home chapel with Rev. James Koellner officiating. Interment in Parkview Cemetery, Waterloo, followed by a reception in the Fireside Reception Room of the funeral home. Condolences for the family and donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario may be arranged through the funeral home at 519-745-8445 or www. erbgood. com. In living memory of Lloyd, a tree will be planted through the Trees for Learning Program by the funeral home.1a

1aThe Record 9 Nov 2006 
Lloyd M. Byers
 
6140 Robert Byers - died at Elmira, Ontario, Saturday, April 14th, 1934, in his 75th year. The funeral will take place from his late residence 35 William Street, on Wednesday afternoon, April18, at 2.30 o'clock. Service at home. Interment in Elmira cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Friends & acquaintances will accept this intimation1a

1aFuneral Card of Robert Byers

___________________________

The funeral service was held on Wednesday afternoon of Robert Byers, well-known local citizen who died at his home on William street on Saturday evening after an illness of a few weeks brought on by the effect of a fall and by paralysis. He suffered one stroke some four years ago. Rev. J. Ure Stewart had charge of the service, assisted by Rev. A. A. Laing of Linwood. Mr. Guthrie, of Guelph, also spoke briefly.
The late Mr. Byers was in his seventy-fifth year. He came here to retire from farming from near Drayton where he was born. He was a member of the United church. In 1919 he was united in marriage to Frances A. Ballard who survives with three brothers, Thomas and Richard of Edmonton, Alberta, and David of St. Jacobs and one sister, Mrs. John Sanderson of Glenallan.1a

1aElmira Signet 18 Apr 1934 
Robert Byers
 
6141 CAMBRIDGE The remnants of an egg salad sandwich sat on a tray beside Russell Bygrave's hospital bed. Only the right-angled crust remained of his Friday lunch. The rest had been gobbled up.

"Pretty good sandwich," he said. Welcome to Room 360 at Cambridge Memorial Hospital. Bygrave, the 74-year-old King of Christmas in the little village of Hespeler, holds court here for the holidays and the foreseeable future. That, in itself, is a miracle.

Bygrave, four weeks after surgery for colon cancer, could easily be dead. "I pretty near didn't make it," he said......There are no lost causes for Bygrave. For years, outsiders have ridiculed the defiant little Santa parade in Hespeler. They say Cambridge already has a parade. They say it is an anachronism. They don't get it. They don't understand what it means in Hespeler.

Damn the cancer and the hernia and the diabetes and his bad lungs and troubled heart. The parade must go on. The parade needs its marshal for the 34th and 35th years.....1a

1aHespeler's parade king on the road to recovery - The Record 23 Dec 2012

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Passed away peacefully in Sudbury Regional Hospital on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at the age of 77. Born July 22, 1938 to the late Stephen and Alice Bygrave. Beloved husband of Peggy Lorraine (nee Johnstone) Bygrave; loving father of William (Tina), James (BJ) and Lorraine (Elvis), cherished grandfather of 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Dear brother of Gordon (Eleanor)and sister-in-law Joan. Besides his parents, Russell was predeceased by his brothers Ivan, Leo, George, and sister Olive.

Russell was very involved in the Hespeler community and a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Hespeler Branch #272 and the Hespeler Optimist Club. He organized the Hespeler Santa Claus parade for 35 years, retiring this past June, 2015. Russell was a member of the New Apostolic Church, Hespeler.

Russell's family will welcome friends to the Lounsbury Funeral Home, 1766 Franklin Boulevard, Cambridge, Ontario on Sunday, July 26th from 2-5 pm with a legion service at 5 pm, and on Monday, July 27th from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Funeral Service will held at New Apostolic Church, 64 Winston Boulevard, Cambridge on Tuesday, July 28th at 11 am. Interment, Breslau. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Hespeler Santa Claus Parade.2a

2aWaterloo Region Record 23 Jul 2015 
Russell Bygrave
 
6142 Ann lived in Glasgow, Scotland in 1841 according to the 1841 census, by 1851 lived in Waterdown, Ontario. Ann Byrens
 
6143 BYRNE, Dennis Samuel

Passed away peacefully, at K-W Grand River Hospital Kitchener, on Tuesday April 12, 2011, in his 53rd year. Beloved husband of Cheryl Kitchen. Loving father of David of Cambridge, Sara of New York City and Timmy. Also survived by his parents, Samuel and Margaret Byrne of Joe Batts Arm Newfoundland, brothers and sisters Debra Byrne (Dave) Barrie, Patricia Byrne (Danny) Halifax, Pauline Byrne, Calgary, Peggy Green (Brian) Lewisport, Sean Byrne, Halifax, Catherine Byrne (predeceased), Patrick Byrne, Lewisport, Nancy Byrne (Jeff), New Brunswick, Rodney Byrne (Donna), Calgary, Jeffrey Byrne (Barb), Scarborough and his best friend Tony Blyde. At Dennis's request Cremation has taken place.

Cambridge Times 15 Apr 2011 
Dennis Samuel Byrne
 
6144 BYRNE, James A.

On Saturday, Nov. 2, 1991, at K-W Hospital, aged 66 years, of Waterloo. Mr. Byrne was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes RC Church, the Kitchener Moose Lodge and the K-W Irish Club. Loving husband of Maureen Byrne; dear father of Jack and his wife Kathy of Waterloo, Brendan and his wife Hazel of Alberta, Jimmy and his wife Lisa of Kitchener, Marie and her husband Terry Reynolds of Cambridge; brother of Sylvie, Maura, Lilly and Annie, all of Ireland. Also survived by 11 grandchildren. Predeceased by two brothers, Sean and Pather. Mr. Byrne's family will receive friends at the Edward R. Good Funeral Home, 171 King St. S., Waterloo, today (Monday) from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Prayers will be offered at the funeral home on Tuesday, at 9:30 a.m., followed by funeral mass at 10 a.m., at Our Lady of Lourdes RC Church, Father Gerry Hayes officiating. Interment to follow in Parklawn cemetery, Cambridge.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 4 Nov 1991 pg A13 
James A. "Seamus" Byrne
 
6145 BYRNE, Kerry

At Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Tuesday, June 30, 2009, in his 46th year. Dear father of Blake and Bailey and beloved fiance of Joanne and her son Jordan. Dear brother of Kevin and Glenn all of Cambridge. Beloved son of Doreen Byrne and the late Kevin Bryne. Also will be missed by his nieces and nephews. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street, Cambridge, where the family will receive friends on Friday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass will he held at St. Patrick's RC Church, Wellington Street, Cambridge, on Saturday, July 4, 2009, at 10 a.m. Interment Parklawn Cemetery. Rosary to be recited at the funeral home, Friday, at 8 p.m.

Waterloo Region Record 2 Jul 2009 pg B9 
Kerry Francis "Mack" Byrne
 
6146 BYRNE, Kevin Francis - Passed away suddenly, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Tuesday, March 11, 2008, surrounded by his family. He was born at Bell Island, Nfld. July 13, 1939. Survived by his wife of 46 years, Doreen Byrne. Dear father of Kerry (Charlotte), Glen (Leila) and Kevin (Wendy). Beloved Poppy of Blake, Randy, Bailey, Katie and Zachary. Loving brother of Jim (Daphne), Bill (Amy), Nancy (Bill); all of Cambridge, Maria of Toronto, Beth and Minnie of Newfoundland. Kevin will be missed by brothers-in-law, John (Roselita) and Leo of St. John's, Nfld.; sister-in-law, Rose Byrne of Cambridge, several nieces and nephews and many, many friends. He was predeceased by his parents, William and Mildred Byrne (nee Snow); sister, Molly and brother, Patrick. Kevin was an honorary life member of the Cambridge Newfoundland Club and served three terms on their Board of Directors. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street, Cambridge, where the family will receive friends on Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Vigil Prayers will be recited at the funeral home on Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Patrick's RC Church, Wellington Street, Cambridge, on Saturday, March 15, 2008, at 11 a.m. Interment will follow at Parklawn Cemetery. In Kevin's memory, expressions of sympathy made to the Kidney Foundation or War Amps would be appreciated by the family.

The Waterloo Region Record - Mar 2008 
Kevin Francis Byrne
 
6147 POPE, Judy (nee Byrnell)

Passed away on Monday, November 30, 2009, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital in her 60th year. Beloved wife of Gary; dear mother of Sheri (Bingo) Leclerc and George Pope (fiancée Suzy); loving grandmother of Joshua and Dante Vandervoort, Alex Leclerc and Christina, Tiffany and Wesley Kerns. Great-grandmother of Tia Kerns. Dear sister of Ron Byrnell (Sharlene) and Bruce Byrnell (Fran). Also survived by her nieces and nephews. A memorial service for Judy, will be held at the Lounsbury Funeral Home, 1766 Franklin Blvd., Cambridge on Friday morning, at 11 a.m., with interment at Parklawn Cemetery.

Unknown Paper 
Judith J. "Judy" Byrnell
 
6148 BYRNELL, Ronald George Sr.

Passed away on Friday, October 19, 2012, at Saint Luke's Place in his 70th year. Beloved husband of Sharlene, loving father of Donna (Doug) Armbruster and Ron (Anita) Byrnell. Dear poppa of Lauren, Bradley, Dorean, Carissa and Leilynn; dear great-grandfather of Dawson and Bryce. Dear brother of Bruce (Fran) and the late Judy (Gary) Pope. Also survived by his nieces and nephews. Ron's family will welcome friends at the Lounsbury Funeral Home, 1766 Franklin Boulevard, Cambridge, on Tuesday, from 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday morning, from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m., with a memorial service following in the funeral home chapel, at 12 noon. Interment will follow at Parklawn Cemetery.

Cambridge Times 24 Oct 2012 
Ronald George Byrnell
 
6149 Married to Danberger Catherine Bürst
 
6150 MRS. RUDOLPH GUENTHER

The death of Mrs. Rudolph Guenther occurred today at her home, 124 Allan street east, Waterloo, in her 67th year. Death was due to heart trouble. She was born in Germany, but came to this country in her youth. She has resided at her present
address for the past 38 years. With Mr. Guenther, she celebrated their golden wedding last July. Those surviving include her husband: four sons, Otto of Waterloo, Rudolph and Walter M. of Kitchener; six daughters, Mrs. William Schwartz, Mrs. WilIiam Walters, Mrs. Richard Marquardt, Mrs. Earl Otterbein and Mrs. Allen House of Kitchener and Mrs. Albert Brooks of London Ont.; one sister Clara Lyons of South River and 14 grandchildren. The funeral will be held on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from her late residence, to the Waterloo, Mount Hope cemetery for burial. Rev., H. A. Kellerman, pastor of Emmanuel Evangelical church, which deceased attended, will be in charge of the services. Remains will rest at the Ratz & Bechtel Funeral Home in Kitchener until Thursday at noon when the body will be removed to the residence.

Kitchener Daily Record 20 Feb 1935 pg 2 
Bertha "Bertie" Böer
 
6151 ANDRADE, Adelina Cabral - (formerly of Santa Maria, Azores). Surrounded by her family, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Sunday, January 30, 2005, at the age of 77. Dear wife of the late Jose Andrade (1988). Beloved mother of Maria and Antonio Leandres and Aida and Ron Westgarth. Loving grandmother of Liz and Martin Long, Andy and Jennifer Leandres, Steven Leandres and Sarah Westgarth and great-grandmother of Jade Long and Mia Leandres. Dear sister of Jose, Maria, Rosa and Joao. Predeceased by her brother, Manuel. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street, Cambridge, today (Tuesday) 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A Parish Rosary will be recited at the funeral home this evening (Tuesday) at 7:30 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Our Lady of Fatima RC Church, Elgin Street South Cambridge, on Wednesday, February 2, 2005, at 10 a.m. Interment will follow at Mount View Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario or the Canadian Diabetes Association.

Unidentified Newspaper Obituary 
Adelina Cabral
 
6152 PUIM, Cidalia Maria "Sally"

Passed away peacefully, at her residence, in Cambridge, on Sunday, March 2, 2014, at the age of 59. Beloved wife of Joe Puim, who together shared 40 years of marriage. Cherished mother of Gerry and his wife Kristie, Michael and his wife Tina and Matthew and his wife Angela. Special grandmother of Austin, Karissa, Owen, Joshua and baby Puim. Loving daughter of Maria Conceicao Cabral and the late Joao Soares Cabral and daughter-in-law of Virginia and the late Alfred Puim. Sally will also be sadly missed by her sisters; Yvonne and Carlos da Silva, Anna and Manuel Dias, Elizabeth Camacho and Haman Dowlatram and the late Maria Manuela; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Tina and the late Joe Machado and Tony Puim and Kim Ewing, as well as many nieces, nephews and loved ones. Sally will be forever remembered for her strength and was loved by all who knew her. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street, Cambridge, where the family will receive friends on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial, will be celebrated at Our Lady of Fatima Roman Catholic Church, Elgin St. S., Cambridge, on Thursday, March 6, 2014, at 9 a.m. Interment will follow at Parklawn Cemetery.

Waterloo Region Record 4 Mar 2014 
Cidalia Maria "Sally" Cabral
 
6153 REBELO, Elsa Carmen

At Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Sunday, September 5, 2004, at the age of 38. Dear wife of Luis and beloved mother of Eric and Veronica at home. Beloved daughter of Guilherme and Fernanda Cabral of Cambridge and dear sister of Filomena Dias and her husband Hamilton, Carlos, Cabral, Luisa Gojmerac and her husband Jim, Mark Cabral and his wife Tracey and Nelson Cabral. Resting at the Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street, Cambridge, where the family will receive friends today (Tuesday) 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Our Lady of Fatima RC Church on Wednesday, at 10 a.m. Interment Parklawn Cemetery. Rosary to be recited at the funeral home on Tuesday evening, at 8 p.m.

The Record 7 Sep 2004 pg B7 
Elsa Carmen Cabral
 
6154 CABRAL, Joao "John"

Peacefully, at the Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Monday February 28, 2011, at the age of 77. Joao will be forever missed by the love of his life Liduina Cabral, who together shared over 53 years of marriage. Cherished father of Maria Correia (Carlos), Ernie (Louise), Zelia Pacheco (Dwayne), Nellie Cabral-Melo (Antonio) and predeceased by his son, Jose Dinis Cabral (1974). Devoted grandfather of Jason, Melissa, Felicia (Tim), Mark, Ian, Rebecca and Diego, his step-grandchildren, Jessica, Catarina, and Nelson Melo and his first great-granddaughter, Summer Cabral-Wendorf. John will also be sadly missed by his brother Jose Cabral of the U.S.A as well as his nieces, nephews, family, friends and his pet Krina who will miss him dearly. Predeceased by his sisters, Rosa, Adelina, Maria and his brother, Manuel. John was well known for his special plant vegetables, his humorous character and sarcastic wit. He loved telling stories of days gone by; the army, tobacco farm and his struggles back in Portugal. He came to Canada in 1971 to make a better life for his family, they were his ultimate priority. Later in life, his hobbies included his backyard and the grapes he grew in it, his garden greenhouse, pigeons, animals and carpentry, he could always make anything. He struggled in the end with heart and lung issues, but that never effected his humour, he never gave up on life and was a fighter until the very end. He will be forever missed and loved forever by all of his family. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street, Cambridge, where the family will receive friends on Sunday, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Services will be conducted in the funeral home chapel, on Monday, March 7, 2011, at 11a.m. Interment will follow at Parklawn Cemetery.

Cambridge Times 3 Mar 2011 
Joao "John" Cabral
 
6155 RESENDES, Maria Amelia

Born in Santa Maria, Azores February 18, 1940. At the Cambridge Memorial Hospital on Sunday, October 31, 2010 at the age of 70. Dear wife of Joao Resendes and beloved mother of Joe of Cambridge; Deolinda Devine (David) of Neustadt; Elsa Dunkley (Al Fyfe) of Cambridge; Dennis Resendes of Cambridge and Cynthia Resendes also of Cambridge. Beloved grandmother of Taryn, Jessica, Kara, Destini, Justin, Kevin, Renee, Desiree and Damien. Beloved sister of Denis Cabral (Vielmina) of Toronto; Maria Jose Andrade; Maria Virginia Andrade (Jose) both of Cambridge. She was predeceased by her parents Jose and Angelina Cabral and her brother Antonio Cabral. Resting at the Corbett Funeral Home , 95 Dundas Street N. Cambridge where the family will receive friends and family on Tuesday 6-9 p.m. Funeral service to take place at the funeral home chapel on Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 10 a.m. Interment Parklawn Cemetery.

Cambridge Times 2 Nov 2010 
Maria Amelia Cabral
 
6156 CABRAL, Miguel Brum

Lost his battle to cancer on Tuesday, February 18, 2014, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in his 83rd year. Beloved husband of Ana of 53 years. Dear father of Anna (Dave), Hilda and David (Karen). He will also be greatly missed by his 3 grandchildren, Kyara, Aliya and Zayne. Miguel is predeceased by his parents, Urbano and Brazilina and his sister, Margarida. Miguel was born in Vila Franca do Campo in Sao Miguel, Açores and first came to Canada in 1957. He will be fondly remembered by those who knew him for his sense of humour and his strong work ethic. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas St., Cambridge, on Thursday, February 20, 2014, from 6-9 p.m. Rosary will be recited Thursday evening, at 8 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial, will be celebrated at St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church South St. at Chalmers St. Cambridge, on Friday, February 21, 2014, at 10 a.m. Interment will follow at Parklawn Cemetery.

Cambridge Times 20 Feb 2014 
Miguel Brum Cabral
 
6157 CADDIGAN, James

Passed away peacefully, at Lisaard House on Wednesday, August 17, 2011, at the age of 61. Beloved husband and best friend of Holly Caddigan, for 39 years. Proud father of Jennymarie Caddigan-Groves (Drew), James Caddigan (Amie) and Sean Caddigan. Loving poppa of Connor, Camyron, Avery and Kaydence. Dear brother of Loretta Legge, Andrew Caddigan (Simone) and Richard Caddigan (Helena). James will be missed by his nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents, Coleman and Marie Caddigan. James will lovingly be remembered by his extended family, "The Gang". James was employed by Dean Thackeray Roofing for 39 years, doing what he loved. Relatives and friends are invited to share memories of James, on Monday, August 22, 2011, from 11a.m. - 12:45p.m. at the Henry Walser Funeral Home, 507 Frederick St., Kitchener, 519-749-8467. A memorial service will be held in the chapel of the funeral home immediately following the visitation, at 1 p.m. Reception to follow.

Cambridge Times 20 Aug 2011 
James Caddigan
 
6158 Joseph possibly married 26 Jul 1871 in Manhattan, New York to Mary Louisa Stivers. Joseph Cadwell
 
6159 Death of Nelson E. Cadwell

Death came to Nelson E. Cadwell in Woodstock General Hospital on Sunday night, April 11th. He was in his 77th year, The late Mr. Cadwell was born in Wellesley, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cadwell, living in Chandos Township and coming to Blenheim Township some 45 years ago. For the greater part of his life he resided at his farm on the 8th concession.

Survivors are one brother, Ben, living on the 6th concession, and two sisters, Mrs John Lee of Sarnia and Mrs. Herman Hubner of Rochester, New York, and nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held Wednesday, April 14th, at the Wilson Funeral Chapel and interment will be in Ayr Cemetery.


The Ayr News Apr 15 1954 pg 3 
Nelson Emans Cadwell
 
6160 55th Battery of, Hespeler Reginald Caffrey
 
6161 Lived with Alexander Mowat a merchant. Alexander Cairncross
 
6162 The death of Mr. E. Cairncross which occurred suddenly at his home in New Hamburg last Saturday removes one of the most widely known and respected business men of this section. He had just passed his 70th birthday. A wide district was represented at his funeral on Monday, several business men from here being among the number. The remains were interred at Shakespeare.1a

1aWellesley Maple Leaf, January 31, 1907

is supplied by the Wellesley Township Heritage and Historical Society Click here to go to their website. 
Edmund Alphemy Cairncross
 
6163 Ordained by the Original Secessionist Church in Birsay, Orkney 1819 (James, having problems surviving on his church stipend of 70 Pounds annually, demitted his charge in 1842 and emigrated in 1845 to Wisconsin, USA.) He was ordained in 1819 in Birsay, Orkney Islands, Scotland, UK.8 minister of the Original Secessionist Church
James married Hannah Hedley McKay on 28 Sep 1822 in Birsay, Orkney Islands, Scotland, UK. Hannah Hedley was born in 1795 in Thurso, Caithness, Scotland, was christened on 8 Nov 1795 in Thurso, Caithness, Scotland, and died after 1851 in Ontario, Canada. They had six children: Barbara Campbell, John, Robert, James Edmund, Helen Elizabeth and Edmund Alphemy.
 
Rev. James Cairncross
 
6164 Presbyterian Church Rev. James Cairncross
 
6165 Lived with Alexander Mowat a merchant. William Cairncross
 
6166 Margaret Avenue School was built in 1894 and Miss Ada Cairnes was the first principal. She was a well known painter in Kitchener as well: many pieces of her painted chinaware remain and she did a portrait of Lord Kitchener which hangs outside the council chambers at Kitchener City Hall. Margaret Avenue school was Kitchener's fourth school building following Central/Suddaby, Agnes Street and Courtland. Adeline "Ada" Cairnes
 
6167 DEATH OF AN OLD PIONEER

The Late John Cairnes


As briefly noted in our issue of Saturday. Mr. John Cairnes, of Weber street, Berlin, passed peacefuly away to his long rest on the 18th inst. after a short and painfull illness. For several days he had been tired, nature could hold out no longer, and he passed away quietly, like the falling of a leaf.

Deceased was born in the year 1818, in Tyrone Co, Ireland, being the oldest of a family of four, a brother and two sisters surviving him. He emigrated to Canada West with his father in 1841, and after spending a whole summer travelling through the wilderness from Hamilton to Lake Huron they finally settled ona bush farm in the township of North Easthope, County of Perth.

The task of establishing a home in the Indian? forest fifty years ago, was beset by many privations and difficulites, but being possessed of robust health and a determination to succeed, they soon hewed out for themselves a comfortable home.

The only available market in those days was Hamilton and the reader can easily imagine what it meant to team the products of the bush farms all that distance, necessitatiing a two days' trip there and back.

After succeeding to the homestead on the death of his father, he carried on farming until his health gave way in 1867, when he sold out and moved to the village of New Hamburg where he resided for twelve years, being the moving spirit in all educational matters there.

Being a man of wide and varied reading and desirouas of affording his family greater educational facilities, he moved to Berlin in 1879.

In politics he was a staunch Conservative, and a strong admirer of the late Sir John A. MaDonald. The only time that the representation in the House of Commons was wrested from the Liberals of South Waterloo, ws when deceased championed the cause of our present Senator, the Hon. Saml. Merner.

He was a familiar figure on the streets of Berlin during the past fourteen years, and although taking no active part in the town's affairs, he was keenly alive to what was going on. He leaves behind him a wife and nine children, three sons and six daughters to mourn his loss.

Thus one by one all our first settlers are emigrating to their final home and we will soon be a nation lamenting the absence of the strong true and honest men, who laid the...1a

1aDaily Telegraph 2 Feb 1892 
John Cairnes
 
6168 Ann Cairns was christened Jan. 1, 1806, Wilton of Dean, Roxburghshire, Scotland. Her parents were John Cairns and Elizabeth Thorburn. "Annie" was the youngest child of John and Elizabeth. Her siblings included: Janet, born April 24, 1785 who married Andrew Dryden and emigrated to Galt, Ontario in 1834; Robert, born May 28, 1787 and married Mary Baptie; John, born Sep. 21, 1793 who may have died young as nothing else is known about him; Margaret, born Nov. 1, 1795, who married William Fulton (two of her sons emigrated to Canada); and Elizabeth, born Feb. 10, 1798 and died Jun. 22, 1881 in Woodfoot, Hawick, Roxburgshire, Scotland. Annie and her husband William Scott had seven children.

Ann "Annie" Cairns Scott (1805 - 1872) - Find A Grave Memorial. (2016). Findagrave.com. Retrieved 25 September 2016, from http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=63291452 
Ann Cairns
 
6169 Cairns, Derek McIntyre: Surrounded by his loving family, Derek passed away peacefully, to be with his Lord, at his home on Monday, December 5, 2011 at the age of 64.

He will be dearly missed by his wife Judy and their children and spouses, Chris (Selena), Ben (Julie) and Jennifer (Greg) and his precious grandchildren, Sierra, Kameron, Jada, Avery, Carson, Ellie and Noah. Brother of Ian (Gloria) Cairns and Elaine (James) Ross.

The Cairns family will receive relatives and friends at the Henry Walser Funeral Home, 507 Frederick St., Kitchener, 519-749-8467 on Wednesday December 7, 2011 from 7-9pm and Thursday, December 8, 2011 from 2-4 and 7-9pm. A service of celebration of Derek's life will be held at Grandview Baptist Church, 250 Old Chicopee Dr. Kitchener on Friday, December 9, 2011 at 11am. Rev. Doug Martin and Rev. Bud Penner officiating.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, Grandview Baptist Church for the Uganda Project Sonrise Baby Home or Partners International would be greatly appreciated by the family.

Visit www.henrywalser.com for Derek's memorial. 
Derek McIntyre Cairns
 
6170 COOPER, Elizabeth Rankin (Ella) (nee Cairns) At Cambridge Memorial Hospital, Cambridge, on Tuesday, February 18, 1992. Ella, beloved wife of the late Harry Cooper. Dear mother of Ron and his wife Judy, Loving grandmother of Suzanne and Tara. Mrs. Cooper will be resting at the "Scarborough Chapel" of McDougall 8 Brown, 2900 Kingston Rd. (near St, Clair Ave. E.), from 7-9 P.M. Wednesday. Service and committal in the chapel Thursday 1 p.m. Cremation. Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.1a

1aThe Kitchener-Waterloo Record newspaper 19 Feb 1992 
Elizabeth Rankin Cairns
 
6171 A-1-162 John Cairns Probate of the Will of John Cairns, late of the Town of Galt, Gentleman, deceased, on the petition of Andrew Ramsay of the Town of Galt, Tailor, and David Shiel, the elder, of the Township of North Dumfries, Farmer, the Executors named in said Will….

This is the Last Will and Testament of me, John Cairns, of the village of Galt, Gentleman. My Will is, First - That my funeral expenses and just debts shall be paid out of my estate…The residue of any of my estate, both real and personal, which shall not be required for the payment of my just debts, funeral charges, and the expenses attending the execution of this my Will…I give and bequeath to my sons James Cairns and Archibald Cairns, and my daughters, Jesse Cairns, now Jesse Lamb, Anne Cairns, now Anne Hudson and Elisabeth Cairns, now Elisabeth Hentlewood, and my Granddaughter Anne Cairns, now Anne Landreth, to be divided equally among them, share and share alike, but if either of my said sons or daughters, or my said Grand daughters are dead at the time of my decease the share of the one so dead shall be divided equally among his or her children then living at the time of his or her decease, to have and to hold the same to them…I appoint Andrew Ramsay of the Village of Galt in the county of Waterloo, Tailor, and David Shiel of the Township of North Dumfries…Executors of this my Last Will and Testament…

Witnessed by David Thiel of North Dumfries and Geo. O. Bethune of the Village of Galt.
Will dated 18th June 1855
Proved 4th March 1858
Died 24th Aug `857
Inventory £161/8/3d1a

1aSurrogate Court Records Copybook Register A 1853-1871 transcript to 1863. Frances Hoffman transcriber.  
John Cairns
 
6172 Worked at Galt Nursery. Robert Cairns
 
6173 ZIEGLER, Annie (nee Cakebread)

Passed away on Sunday, February 20, 2011, at Saint Luke's Place, in her 97th year. Beloved wife of the late Mallard Ziegler, loving mother of Joan (Steve) Orobko and the late Gerald (Greg). Loving grandmother of Kimberley, Ronald, Paul, Philip, and Andrea, dear great-grandmother, of Garett, Rebecca, Karl, Daniel, and Thomas and also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Annie's family will welcome friends at St. James' Anglican Church, 520 Ellis Road, Cambridge, from 12-1 pm on Saturday, February 26th with funeral services to follow at 1 pm. Arrangements have been entrusted to Lounsbury Funeral Home, Cambridge.

Cambridge Times 24 Feb 2011 
Annie Cakebread
 
6174 Calabrese, Inocenzo ‘Gino’

Passed away at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Tuesday, May 6, 2008, at the age of 69. Loving father of Susan Calabrese (Nick Corriveau) and grandfather of Dylan and Nicole. Gino is survived by his mother, Manda Rosa, sisters Maria, Lina, Josephine, brothers, Carmelo, John and their families. Predeceased by his father, Angelo Calabrese, brothers, Jack, Angelo and sister, Antonia. Resting at the Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street, Cambridge, where the family will receive friends on Thursday, 7-9 pm and Friday 3-5 & 7-9 pm. Rosary will be recited at the funeral home of Friday evening, at 7 pm. A Mass of Christian Burial, will be celebrated at St. Ambrose R. C. Church, South Street, Cambridge, on Saturday, May 10, 2008, at 10 am. Father Alex Mazur Celebrant. Interment will follow at Parklawn Cemetery. 

Unknown Paper 
Inocenzo "Gino" Calabrese
 
6175 FORTE, Rose

Of 6 Shettiestone Drive, Cambridge, Monday. April 3, 1989, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in her 73rd year, Rose Calcutta. Beloved wife of the late Joseph Forte. Dear mother of Peter and his wife Jean of Waterloo, Paul and his wife Sandra of Toronto, Joseph of Cambridge, David and his wife Karen of Conestogo, John and his wife Susan of Kitchener, Gregory and his wife Donna, Steven and his wife Karen Thomas and Catherine (Mrs. Douglas Barrie), all of Cambridge. Also survived by a daughter in-law, Helen Isley; a brother, James of British Columbia, three sisters, Mrs. Mary Predenchuk of Kitchener, Anne (Mrs. Len Nigro) of Guelph, and Edith (Mrs. Emmett Hickey) of Saskatchewan, 22 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by two sons, Frank and James and one brother, Joseph. Mrs. Forte was born in Waterloo and came to Cambridge in 1951. A member of St. Clement's Church and the CWL. Friends will be received at the Barthel Funeral Home, 568 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, Monday (today), 7-9 p.m.; Tuesday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral mass will be celebrated at St. Clement's RC Church, Cambridge, Wednesday at 11 a.m. Interment in Parklawn cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 3 Apr 1989 pg A11 
Rose Calcutta
 
6176 WILLIAMSON, ANN

On Manitoulin Island, on Dec 28, Ann Caulder, widow of the late James Williamson, mother of Mr. And. Williamson, North Dumfries and daughter of the late James Caulder, formerly of Ayr, in her 89th year.

The Ayr News 11 Jan 1912 pg 1 
Anne Calder
 
6177 Death from sunstroke: From the Paris Transcript we learn that Mrs. Catherine Rose of Ayr, better known as "Granny Rose", died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs Crumpback, of Ayr, on Tuesday morning, 8th inst., at the ripe age of 91 years, "Granny" was the oldest person in the village, and one of the oldest residents. She came originally from Nairn, near Inverness, Scotland, and was a remarkably hale and hearty old lady, having had little or no sickness during her long life. On the 9th of July, she visited at McGeorge's, and fell down there, from what was supposed to be the effects of sunstroke. She was taken home and has been confined to her bed from the effect thereof, ever since that time, and never rallied. Her funeral took place on Wednesday after-noon to the old burying ground east of Ayr and was very respectfully attended.1a

1aGalt Reformer Wed 16 Aug 1876.

________________

Died, At Ayr, on Tuesday, the 8th Inst., at half-past 6 A.M., Mrs. Catharine Rose Aged 91 Years. Funeral, On Wednesday, the 9th Instant, at 4 p.m., from her late residence to the place of Interment, Old Burying Ground, one mile east of Ayr. Ayr, August 8th, 1876.2a

2aWaterloo Historical Society Death Notices Collection - photocopies 
Catherine Calder
 
6178 CALDER, Harold Ross

Ross passed away peacefully, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, Sunday, November 1, 2015, at the remarkable age of 90 years. Ross was born March 21, 1925 in Linwood, Ontario. He was the beloved husband of the late Gladys Ruth Kurt (2006) for 60 years, and the much-loved companion of the late Mabel Ogram (2015) for the last eight years. Ross is survived by his children Dorothy (Alvin) Emmerson of Brantford, Brian (Debbie) Calder, Lorre Calder (Janis Collins), and Sandra (Greg) Fischer, all of Cambridge. He will be greatly missed by grandchildren, Matthew Emmerson, Jared (Becky) Emmerson, Michael and Mathew Claydon, and Rachel, Holly, Laura, and Eric Fischer. Ross was proud great-grandpa to Hadley, Victoria, and Madelynn. Ross also leaves his sister, Shirley MacDonald and niece Christine. He was a beloved uncle to many nieces and nephews and a number of grandnieces and grandnephews. He was predeceased by his parents, Harold and Florence (Colyer) Calder and a sister, Anna May Margaret in infancy. Ross was a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Cambridge, serving as resident "MacGyver" - fixing the unfixable and solving any number of mechanical problems, whenever they popped up. He was also an active member in the Ontario Steam & Antique Preservers Association (Steam Era) in Milton, Ontario serving on the Board of Directors and as president over the years. During the late 1950s and early 1960s, he and the late Ted Bowman raced a stock car in the weekly races at the former Bridgeport Speedway. Friends will be received at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, on Wednesday, November 4, 2015, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. and from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Funeral services will be held at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, 810 King St. E., Cambridge, on Thursday, November 5, 2015, at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Janaki Bandara officiating. Interment at Parklawn Cemetery, Cambridge.

Waterloo Region Record 3 Nov 2015 
Harold Ross "Ross" Calder
 
6179 Catharine Calder b. 1816 Nairn, Nairn, SCT to James Calder and Janet Mackintosh.......also Jane born to the same couple in 1826, Nairn.

Their parents were married in Nairn, Nairn, SCT in 1807. They had a total of 9 documented children but have not listed James as he died in infancy in Scotland:

1. Isabel Calder, b. 1809, m. James Forsyth, settled in Oneida, Haldimand (immigrated in 1849) 2. Janet Calder, b. 1810 m. Duncan McDonald, settled in Oneida, Haldimand (immigrated abt. 1852) 3. William Calder, b. 1814, perished in the Cholera epedimic in 1834, buried Cedar Creek Cemetery. 4. Catharine Calder b. 1814 - need to fill in the blanks 5. Mary Calder b. 1818 m. Andrew G. Mathison, buried Cedar Creek Cemetery. 6. Anne Calder b. 1824, m. James Williamson, first settled in Oneida and then removed themselves to North Dumfries shortly after James Calder's death in 1869 (my direct line). 7. Jane Calder b. 1826 married a Campbell? - need to fill in the blanks. I may have found her in the 1881 census for Haldimand, a widow but am not certain this is she. 8. Alexandrina Calder b. 1828 m. Hugh Clark first settled in Haldimand, at one point in North Dumfries and have traced two or three children to this area. I think two are buried at Mount View Cemetery in Cambridge (Galt). This family immigrated prior to the 1851 for Oneida, Haldimand.

James Calder agreed to settle on Lot 33 Conc 9 in 1826 with William Dickson (I think it was William....do not have my notes in front of me). I believe that Janet Mackintosh died in Scotland although was unable to locate her burial site during my trip to Nairn. I have found no evidence of her in Canada.

James Calder settled in Dumfries in Dec of 1832. Three of the girls stayed behind in Scotland that I know of.......Isabella, Janet and Alexandrina. They joined the James Williamson's in Oneida in the late 1840's, early 1850's.

James Calder next married Margaret Wyllie Guthrie in 1841 Dumfries (sister to Ayr's first postmaster, Robert Wyllie). She and her first husband, David Guthrie, were from Ayrshire, SCT. David suffocated when a well he was digging on his farm caved in on him. James had the farm next door and imagine this is how he met Margaret.

James Calder was a tailor by trade and it is my understanding that Margaret was as well. Although his last farm was located on Lot 36, Conc. 9, he continued his tailoring business in Ayr and died at his Stanley Street residence in Ayr in 1869.

Although this is rather longwinded........wanted to give a background on the family. I have all of the information on the descendents of this family except for Catherine and Jane Calder.

The family tree states that Jane married a John Campbell and went North to work on the railroad. I find (through circumstantial evidence) that this Jane might have been married to a William Campbell but he was a school teacher....pretty far fetched from the railroad :).

I know that these two ladies were alive in 1869 when James Calder passed as they are mentioned in his Will. I have looked at the probated copy and there are no clues to be found there.1

1Ancestry.com Message board http://boards.ancestry.ca/localities.northam.canada.ontario.waterloo/1435/mb.ashx 2007
 
James Calder
 
6180 DIED / In Ayr, on Sabbath afternoon the / 11th inst. at 3 o`clock / James Calder / Aged 82 years and 6 months. The / Funeral will take place on Tuesday / the 13th inst., at one o`clock, p.m., from / his late residence, Stanley Street / Ayr, to the place of internment, Cedar / Creek Burying Ground.1a

1aFuneral Card of James Calder 
James Calder
 
6181 James Calder was born in Rutherglen, Scotland Dec. 11, 1793 and came to Canada in 1842 with his wife and children. After living a short time in Wellington Square and Woolwich he moved to Wellesley twp. where he died (no date given)1a

1aChristian Guardian 1 Aug 1860 pg 123 
James Calder
 
6182 While never a soldier full time, he was required to serve in a militia like setting. James Calder
 
6183 About Jane Calder

The original family tree states that Jane married John Campbell and moved North to work on the railroad. This information was provided by an elderly member of the family when the original family tree was compiled in the early 1980`s. Jane`s sister Catherine remains MIA and I often wonder if she was the one who married this John and went `North to work on the railroad`.

As noted in the marriages of sons Alexander Jacob Campbell and James Campbell, Jane Calder was married to William Campbell.

William, age 31, b. Ontario; Jane, age 26, b. Scotland; James b. 1846, Ontario; William b. 1849, Ontario are listed in the 1851 Census for Blenheim. William`s occupation is Teacher. This occupation is also listed on his death registration in 1870 Haldimand.

Also listed in the 1851 for Blenheim as a member of the family is George Campbell, age 19, born Ontario. George is also listed as a teacher, perhaps brother to William.

Jane is listed in the 1881 for Oneida, Haldimand as a widow. Listed with her is David Campbell b. 1864 and Alexander Campbell b. 1866. In the next household is her niece, Janet Forsyth and her Cranston family; next to them her nephew James Forsyth and niece Margaret MacDonald (first-cousin marriage).

Jane is next found in the 1891 Census for Hagersville, Haldimand as a domestic in the household of George Fowler. This George is the father of Annie Marie Fowler who married Jane`s grandnephew, George Cranston.

In the 1901 for Onedia, Jane is listed as `Head` and George Fowler (above) as a lodger.1a

1awww.caldersofnairn.tribalpages.com 2011 
Jane Calder
 
6184 Marriage of Norman Calder Norman Calder
 
6185 CALDERWOOD, Hugh John - Passed away suddenly at his home in Cambridge in late October 2006. Beloved husband of the late Lee Calderwood for over 60 years. Stalwart father of son Hugh William Calderwood, Hons. B. A. , (high school teacher and golfer) of Richmond Hill, and of daughter Lynne Calderwood, M. A. , G. J. , (writer and jeweller) of Toronto and Cambridge. Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1912, the year of the Titanic, Hugh was named after a Calderwood who perished on that fated vessel. He came to Canada as a young teenager, alone, and worked hard to advance himself. Largely self-educated he rose to become a mechanical engineer, salesman, and management executive in the tool and die industry. He retired as longtime President and General Manager of Firth Brown Tools (Canada) Inc. During the Second World War Hugh served in the Royal Canadian Navy as Chief Petty Officer primarily aboard the first Canadian-manned aircraft carrier, the Nabob, until that ship was torpedoed. Hugh was an avid and talented golfer who won many prizes and trophies. His most cherished of these were the record-player and typewriter-table he gave to his young daughter, and all the trophies he later won for Seniors Championships at the Brantford Golf and Country Club. Beginning golf in his 40s, Hugh studied and worked hard at the game he loved to achieve a 3-handicap. In his penultimate decade his golf score could still match his age. Hugh worked and lived by many principles. These included two from the 19th century: "Damn the torpedoes full speed ahead!" and "The heights by great men reached and kept/ Were not attained by sudden flight,/ But they, while their companions slept,/ Were toiling upward in the night. " At Hugh's request there will be no visitation or funeral Service. Cremation has taken place. However, anyone wishing to honour and celebrate Hugh's long life, or to comfort his daughter Lynne, his son Hugh, and their families, may do so by stopping by Coutts Funeral Home & Cremation Centre, 96 St. Andrews Street, Cambridge N1S 1M8 (519/621-1650), between the hours of l2 noon to 5 p. m. on Saturday November 18 or Sunday November 19. In lieu of your presence, a written message or flowers or a donation to the charity of your choice would be most welcome. "Fond Memory brings the light/ Of other days/. . . The words of love then spoken;/ The eyes that shone/ Now dimmed and gone. " We have lost another rugged member of that most rugged and 'greatest generation'. We thank you for all that you have given to us. Rest in peace.1a

1aThe Record 11 Nov 2006 
Hugh John Calderwood
 
6186 Caldwell, D. & Sons, proprietors of nursery, consisting of 105 acres in Township of Dumfries, The member, of the firm are natives of Scotland. P.O. address, Galt.

Illustrated Atlas of the County of Waterloo, H. Parsel & Co., Toronto - 1881

___________________

DAVID CALDWELL

The death of David Caldwell, removes from our midst one who has been long and favorably known among us, both as a man of business and as a Christian. Many years ago he founded the Galt nurseries and by dint of hard work, perseverance and push that he succeeded in making them the source or supply for trees of all kinds throughout a large portion of Ontario. In the early days the difficulties and hardships of the nursery business were very many and many of his friends have frequently been entertained for hours by accounts of his experiences when selling and delivering trees, in a new settlement. Naturally of a hopeful and happy disposition he braved and conquered difficulties that met him like other pioneers of this country. Fruit trees, evergreens and shrubbery and well laid-out handsome lawns stand and remain as monuments to his memory, all round us. Mr. Caldwell was also a Christian worker of note. He was converted under the ministry of Rev. Mr. Smiley, Fergus and joined the Presbyterian Church. He was one of the aggressive and helpful workers during the great revival of over 20 years ago, when Galt and Knox church were so stirred on the question of questions, salvation and assurance thereof to the individual. Some 9 or 10 years ago, Mr. Caldwell retired from active business life and devoted his time solely to Christian and evangelistic work. God honored his work and many were converted through his efforts in different places. Having a clear and definite experience of spiritual religion, a constant Bible student and constantly experiencing the blessedness of the Comforter's presence, power and willingness to keep and enable him to live a conqueror's life over the world, the flesh and the devil. He was owing to this, one of the happiest and brightest of useful men in our community. Many are the Christians who owe much to him for light imparted and cheer given when downcast and discouraged. He has been called to his rest at the close of 1893. "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord; from henceforth, yea saith the spirit, they do rest from their labors and their works." His age was 72 years. His death was calm, peaceful and happy. Mr. Caldwell leaves behind him his aged partner and also several sons and daughters. His son William continues the nursery here.

The Weekly Reformer 5 Jan 1894 pg 1 
David Caldwell
 
6187 HUGH CALDWELL, Township of Chandos, was born in Glasgow, Scotland, May 24th, 1824, being the youngest in a family of nine children. His father who was a farmer in Scotland, came to Canada in 1843, with three sons and two daughters, and located on the west half of lot 10, concession 14, of the Township of Mornington, County of Perth. Hugh Caldwell also took up land in that township, on which he lived for about ten years, and cleared fourteen acres. He sold the place and went to the Township of Carradoc, in Middlesex County, where he remained only one year. In 1867 he came to Chandos, and purchased 200 acres of land at one dollar per acre, being lots 16 and 17, concession 13, on which he erected a log house, twelve by sixteen feet. In 1855 he married Ann, a daughter of John McDonald, of the Township of Dumfries, Waterloo County. Mr. Caldwell is a Reformer, and is a member of the Presbyterian Church. The first post-office in Chandos was opened at his residence, September 3rd, 1878.

History of the county of Peterborough, Ontario, Charles Pelham Mulvany, Charles M. Ryan

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The parents of Hugh and Robert Caldwell remain a mystery to me. I thought I had it figured out from an 1851 census from Canada West district 2 with a mispelt "Cadwell" and Hugh being the "Henry" entry (one of Hugh's daughters marriage registry listed father as Henry Caldwell plus the visiting Hugh's wife Nancy Ann MacDonald was from Dumfries) but I think your site tied that census with another family with a known history. I need to keep looking.

A couple clues in the journal are

1) an uncle in the Preston area plus he mentions a couple sisters there as well. I don't know if they were living with the uncle or had their own place.

2) cousin Hugh Nichol of Listowel marries Margaret MacDonald of Branchton. I am 99% sure Margaret is sister of Hugh Caldwells wife being Ann Nancy MacDonald. Hugh Nichol is from Listowel and his brother is Dr. John Nichol, parents Hugh Nichol and Mary Cadwell (per marriage registration in Galt 1863Aug18. I had seen a source online for Dr John Nichol where his mother Mary Cadwell is spelled "Caldwell". I believe that Mary Caldwell is the sister of the father of Hugh Caldwell and Robert.

I hope this is not as confusing to you as it is to me.

The trouble I have been finding about the journals Hugh Caldwell kept is that he kept them for records on accounts payable and receivable, weather and dates relating to crops, and a few personal entries where he expected the reader to know who un-named "uncle" in Preston, etc. I don't believe he thought anyone would be reading his entries 150 years later although the older he got, the more personal details he entered.

email Leonard Caldwell 2017 
Hugh Caldwell
 
6188 DEATH OF MRS. KILGOUR

She Passed Away Friday Afternoon After a lingering Illness

Many friends in Galt and vicinity will be pained to learn of the death of Jane Caldwell, relict of the late William Kilgour. This lady, who was held in much esteem and was widely known, has been ailing since December last and of late was a great sufferer. Her death was not, therefore, unexpected, and came Friday afternoon, at two o'clock, as a release from pain and trouble. Jane Caldwell, the subject of this sketch, was born in the northern part of Ireland and was in the 68th year of her age. She came with her parents to Canada at an early age and first settled in Blenheim Township, near Ayr. Some forty-five or six years ago, she was married to the late William Kilgour, who passed away about thirty-three years since. Mr. Kilgour came originally from Hamilton and at the time of his marriage was a well-known farmer in Blenheim. He removed to Ayr, some years after his marriage and subsequently went to Paris to reside. It was in the latter town that his death took place. Mrs. Kilgour, then left a widow, continued to make her home there for some time. Then she removed to Ayr and some twenty-five years ago took up her residence in Galt, where she has resided ever since. Her death took place at the residence of her son, Joseph Kilgour, Park Avenue. Mrs. Kilgour was the sole surviving member of a family of twelve children, with the exception of one brother, Mr. George Caldwell, who resides at Branchton. Mr. J. Caldwell, of the Central Hotel, is a nephew of the deceased. The family of three sons and two daughters, are left to mourn the demise of an affectionate mother. The sons are, William, Robert and Joseph, all of Galt. The daughters are, Mrs. John McMicken, London, and Mrs. James McAuslan, Galt. Deceased was a member of the Presbyterian church here and was a loving wife, a faithful mother and a true friend. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon, at three o'clock, from the residence of Mr. Joseph Kilgour, Park Avenue, to Mt, View cemetery.

The Weekly Reformer 22 Aug 1895 pg 3 
Jane Caldwell
 
6189 John was proprietor of the Central Hotel. In 1900 town council had made all verandah and other projections illegal. He refused to remove it and town authorities arrived to demolish it. He tried fighting them off with a water hose and failed. The hotel's verandah was removed he later moved to Hamilton where he died in 1926.1a

1aCambridge Mosiac, Jim Quantrell, 1998, City of Cambridge [snippet from original text in book]

__________________

The Central Hotel

John C. Caldwell, proprietor. This hostelry is located midway up Main Street, and is one of the original "stopping places" of "ye olden time," and yet no better or more comfortable quarters can the weary traveller find. Centrally situated, bright and homelike in all its appointments, furnished as it is with every modern improvement, the Central is "Voted" all right2a

2aJubilee Souvenir of Galt, 1897  
John Charles Caldwell
 
6190 Mrs. A. Werner

Much sympathy is expressed by the citizens of Elmira for Mayor A. Werner in the death of his beloved wife which occurred unexpectedly at 10.45 p.m. on Friday last. Mrs. Werner had been feeling in fairly good health until that morning when she was taken ill and passed away at night. About a year and a-half ago she suffered from a fall and it was some time afterwards before she was able to be about and although fairly well recovered, the accident prevented her from moving about as freely as formerly. Mrs. Werner's maiden name was Mary Caldwell, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Caldwell, and was born in Glasgow, Scotland. in the year 1851. Her grandparents on both sides were among the Covenaners of Scotland. With her parents she came to Canada when six years of age and the family settled in Galt. Some years afterwards Mrs. Werner, then Mary Caldwell, went to Montreal where she resided for some time and later came to Elmira and was married here on May 28, 1876, to Mr. A. Werner and for 54 years has been his kind and loving helpmate. To them were born a family of two children, a daughter and one son, the daughter being Mrs. Robert MacMicking of Edmonton, Alta., but the son, Sheldon, passed away during the flu epidemic of 1918 . The latter was assistant Professor of Metalurgy at McGill University, Montreal and he was doing some special work for the Dominion Government at Providence, R. 1., when he became a victim of the flu. Both Mrs. MacMicking and Mrs. Sheldon Werner, the son's widow who resides in Montreal, were here for the funeral. Besides her husband, Mayor Werner and daughter, two sisters also survive, Mrs. A. B, Slater of London, Ont., and Mrs. W. H. Wyllie of San Diego, Cal. The late Mrs. Werner was a consistent and active member of Gale Presbyterian Church here and always took an active part in all matters pertaining to its welfare. She was one of the charter members of Gale Church in Elmira and in years gone by had done her share in helping to further all branches of Church work. The funeral on Wednesday afternoon to the Elmira cemetery was very largely attended, the services at the home on Mill street being conducted by Rev. M. H. Sewell, the pastor of the deceased lady, assisted by Rev. Wm. Hamilton of Guelph, minister here for 29 years and who is now ninety years of age. Friends present at the funeral and callers at the home previous to the funeral came from London, Toronto, Brantford, Windsor, Kitchener, Waterloo, Glenallan and other surrounding places to show their respect for one who was held in their highest esteem. The pall-bearers at the funeral were Messrs. J. Mahood, E. G. Winn, W. Moser, A. Brandt, Joseph Johnston and George Glenny. A memorial service for the deceased lady will be held in Gale Presbyterian church on Sunday next.

The Elmira Signet 2 Oct 1930 pg 1 
Mary Caldwell
 
6191 Hugh writes on 1861 May25 of being told his brother Robert, drowned in the mill at Glen Allen. They had the funeral on 27th in Hawksville, went back to Roberts house & took the children and small items to MacPhersons. On the 28th Hugh got the affairs kind of settled and moved rest of the things. Fast forward a few years to Hughs entries when living in Chandos Twp he enters on 1871 Mar 11 "Duncan MacPherson brought David Caldwell, son of brother Robert & Agnes MacPherson". Robert Caldwell
 
6192 Don Cale Retires
Drug store's 54-year history comes to end

by Shirley Crane

The closing of Cale's Rexall Drugs this past weekend marked another milestone on Arthur Street for the business had been established fifty-four years ago and progressed through many changes. The original owner of the store was Arthur A. Ullyot, son of a former Elmira physician, Henry Ullyot. Arthur graduated as a pharmacist in 1903 from the University of Toronto. He served his apprenticeship with George Bingham, a Toronto pharmacist whose store stood at 100 Yonge street. Bingham's store had the original soda fountain and ice cream business. Young Arthur Ullyot made soda and became very knowledgeable about soda fountains. He began to sell soda fountains for J. J. McLaughlin who became the head of Canada Dry (J. J. McLaughlin was a brother to Sam who founded the McLaughlin automotive business in Oshawa.) Arthur Ullyot was later involved in several businesses in Elmira, Trenton, Toronto and other locations, before he decided to return to Elmira in 1921 and resume his profession of pharmacy. A year earlier he had purchased the original fixtures from Bingham's drug store, and it was Don Cale who cleaned off these fixtures and polished the beautiful mahogany. Don's mother, Lily May, was a sister to Arthur Ullyott. She had married and was living in British Columbia when she died in 1922. Don came to live with his aunt and uncle in Elmira. He went to school here, worked in his uncle's store and graduated as a pharmacist from the University of Toronto in 1932. His apprenticeship had been served with his uncle, and he also spent a year with Liggett's in Toronto. Don worked for ten dollars a week and board, until his uncle died in 1934. He and his aunt then ran the business as a partnership. In 1950 he bought out his aunt. Several years later the decision was made to change the name of the business to Cale's. It was shortly after that his aunt died. The original store had been located where Dreisinger's funeral chapel now stands. [In 2010, Shoppers Drug Mart is at the location: 7/9 Arthur Street North.] The front of that store was moved and is now the front of the Elmira Music Centre on Church street east. The business was moved to its present location in 1940. [In 2010, approximately 27 Arthur Street South: Read's Decorating Centre.] For many years the drug store was also the only stationery store in town. Don handled text books, note books, refills, inks, and all kinds of writing papers. That part of the business was given up when a stationery and book store was established in town, but Don never got around to removing the word "stationery" from the store's sign and logo. In 1937, Don married Kathryn Hamacher of Waterloo. They had three children, Julia, now Mrs. Robert Morton of North Bay, Gordon of Chetwynd, B.C. and Thomas, of Douglas Point. Don has a grandson and two granddaughters, Julia's children. Don had been giving considerable thought to retirement, but a serious illness last month made the decision promptly for him. The huge desk where Don wrote up drug store business for so many years has been moved to the hall in his large old home on Arthur street south. He needs it there for there are still some details to be finished after closing his business. The prescription files have been sold to Cook's Pharmacy who also bought those lovely, antique mahogany fixtures.1a

1aElmira Independent, Feb. 26, 1975

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CALE, Donald H. Ph.MB

Saturday, April 23, 1977, at the K-W Hospital, aged 68 years of 101 Arthur St. S., Elmira. Beloved husband of the late Kathryn Hamacher; dear father of Mrs. Robert (Julia) Morton of North Bay, Gordon and Thomas of Ripley Ontario; fiancé of Rita Bittorf of Elmira. Also survived by three grandchildren. Brother of Mrs. Gladys Gardiner of Aurora, one brother, predeceased him. He operated the Rexall Drugstore in Elmira for a number of years and retired in 1975. Friends called at the Dreisinger Funeral Parlour until Tuesday noon when removal was made to Trinity United Church for funeral service at 2 p.m. Interment in the Elmira cemetery.2a

2aElmira Signet 28 Apr 1977 
Donald H. Cale
 
6193 Park of a series consists of 40 oral histories conducted by a committee in the former Town of Elmira. The project began in 1974 when Abner Martin, Manager at the Canada Trust had a dream that people were being interviewed about the history of Elmira. Abner told his dream to Harry Wintsch and Harry got his wife, Enid involved. The committee included Mary Anne Kirkness, Elmira Library Supervisor; Abner Martin; Enid Wintsch; and Bob Huschka, Elmira High School history teacher. the interviews were conducted by Enid Wintsch, Lorene Bosomworth, Ruth Moldenhauer, Harry Wintsch, Bertha Thompson, Art Gorman, Joanne Venton, and Pat Weber. The project was funded in partnership between Canada Trust and the Township of Woolwich and continued until 1983. Donald H. Cale
 
6194 Park of a series consists of 40 oral histories conducted by a committee in the former Town of Elmira. The project began in 1974 when Abner Martin, Manager at the Canada Trust had a dream that people were being interviewed about the history of Elmira. Abner told his dream to Harry Wintsch and Harry got his wife, Enid involved. The committee included Mary Anne Kirkness, Elmira Library Supervisor; Abner Martin; Enid Wintsch; and Bob Huschka, Elmira High School history teacher. the interviews were conducted by Enid Wintsch, Lorene Bosomworth, Ruth Moldenhauer, Harry Wintsch, Bertha Thompson, Art Gorman, Joanne Venton, and Pat Weber. The project was funded in partnership between Canada Trust and the Township of Woolwich and continued until 1983. Donald H. Cale
 
6195 Grace Schmidt Room of Local History Digital Collection

Description: Black and white, head and shoulders, studio portrait of Fredericka Rotharmel Alles, second wife of Reverend Peter Alles 
Fredericka Calfass
 
6196 Patrick lived with John Cook and Sarah in Waterloo Township in 1851. Patrick Calihan
 
6197 29 Regiment, 111th Battalion Captain George Walter Call
 
6198 GEORGE WALTER CALL May 31, 1888 May 3, 1917 Lieutenant, First Battalion. Son of William B. Call; b. Toronto; ed. Dundas r.s. and H. S.., Hamilton Normal School; Teaching at Dundas and Galt University College, 1914-15; Knox College; McGill University, 1915-16; 29th Regt., Lieut. In May 1916 he was appointed to the 111th Battalion as Captain in command of 'D' Company and was in charge of recruiting at Preston. He went overseas in September, and after reverting to the rank of Lieutenant joined the 1st Battalion in France in the spring of 1917. Two weeks later he was killed early in the morning as he was returning to his company from Headquarters.1a

1a"University of Toronto / Roll of Service 1914-1918", published in 1921 
Captain George Walter Call
 
6199 WILFLIN, Edith "Gertrude"

Passed away peacefully at Cambridge Memorial Hospital on Monday, February 15, 2016, at age 92. Predeceased by her loving husband, Hank Wilflin (1981). Beloved mother of Bill Wilflin and wife Georgina. Dearly loved grandmother of Amanda Burgess (Rob Halkes) and great-grandmother of Lauren and Mason Halkes. Survived by sister Grace McInnis, also numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Predeceased by parents John F. and Bridget Ann Callaghan, brothers Jim and Gus Callaghan and sisters Dorothy Creemer and Mary Trainor. Gertrude was born in Dromore, PEI and moved at an early age to Ontario, in 1944. Longtime member of St. Clements Roman Catholic Church and the Catholic Woman's League. She has resided in the village of Blair since 1950. Family will receive friends at BARTHEL FUNERAL HOME, 566 Queenston Road, Cambridge (519-653-3251) on Sunday, February 21, 2016, for visitation from 2-4 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial, will be celebrated at St. Clement's Roman Catholic Church, 745 Duke Street, Cambridge on Monday, February 22, 2016, at 11 a.m. Burial to follow at Parklawn Cemetery.

Cambridge Times 18 Feb 2016 
Edith "Gertrude" Callaghan
 
6200 Dennis Callaghan of Galt was the informant of Owen's death. Dennis was the son of John. Owen Callaghan
 
6201 Preston Soldier Killed

Bugler Callan Was One of the First to Enlist in 29th.

Burgler Edward Callan, of Preston, Ont., who was officially reported yesterday to have been killed in action, was a member of the 29th Regiment of Galt, of the first battalion. He was born in London, England in 1888, and came to Preston about two years ago, and was employed by the Waterworks Dept. of that town. He was among the first to enlist for active service in the the 29th, and was made bugler, when the regular bugler was taken ill, He is survived by two brothers, Thomas, of Hewitt street, Preston, and Frederick who is now on the ocean returning from the Old Country, who will also make his home in Preston.1a

1aThe Toronto Star 3 Mar 1915

______________________

Galt Regiment Suffers

29th Regiment Has Lost Several Men Since Departure from Canada.


The 29th Regiment of Galt, for its strength at the front, has probably suffer more than any other Canadian regiment of the first contingent. Lieut. Ross D. Briscoe of Galt was accidently killed at target practice at Salisbury Palin, while Corporal John Thomas McMaster was killed at the front, and two men from the 29th are now in hospital wounded.

Private Bobby Park, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Park, 160 Forest road is the latest to be reported wounded in the casualty list. He is confined to the Canadian Military Hosptial at Shorncliffe suffering from gunshot wounds on the leg and hand. he is about 20 years of age and while born in Scotland, had lived in Galt four years. He was orderly to Captain Thomas Lockhart, who was in charge of the Galt detachment of the 1st Battalion. "Bobby: Park was better known in football circles in Galt having played centre forward with the Caledonian Football team, and was its chief goal-getter.2a

2aThe Toronto Star 13 Mar 1915 pg 3

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From Preston there is a list of 147 officers and men who went with the first and later contingents. Many of them are included in the report from Galt. The Preston Band alone supplied 19 men, two of whom, Edward Callan and Archie P. Housler, are among the killed. Private Callan went with the first contingent and was the first man of the Regiment to fall in action, and that in the first action in which the Regiment engaged.3a

3aAnnual Report of the Waterloo Historical Society 
Edward Callan
 
6202 It was with deep regret that the residents of Haysville and vicinity learned of the death of Andrew Callanan which occurred in the K. & W. General Hospital, Kitchener, on Sunday morning. The deceased was in his 59th year. Although he had not enjoyed the best of health for some time his sudden passing came as a great shock to his many friends as he had just been taken to the hospital on Saturday afternoon. The deceased was born here in Haysville and spent his entire life here. Surviving are one sister, Miss Maggie Callanan, and one brother, James, both of Woodstock. The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon from his late residence to Pine Hill cemetery where interment was made and was attended by a large concourse of friends. Rev. J. H. Pogson was the officiating clergyman. The pallbearers were: Messrs. Wm. Tschirhart, Gordon Garland, Andrew Cook, A. H. Riehl, A. E. Kerr, and Robert Puddicombe.

New Hamburg Independent, April 11, 1930 
Andrew W. Callanan
 
6203 MacKINNON, Alice

(Owner and operator of Calvert Skin Care Clinic). The family of Alice MacKinnon (nee Calvert) sadly announce her passing, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Sunday, Dec. 9, 2001, in her 59th year, following a courageous battle with cancer. Alice was the loving wife and companion of Allan; a devoted mother to Derek and his wife Laurie and Linsay and his wife Cathy and the doting grandmother of Kristin, Kayleen and Keith, Erinne and Edward. She was the daughter of Eileen and the late Edward Calvert and sister of Jack, Jim, Barb, Bill and Marilyn. Special thanks to the physicians and nurses of the Palliative Care Unit at Cambridge Memorial Hospital. Friends are invited to visit and share their memories with the family at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, today (Tuesday) from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A funeral service to celebrate Alice's life, will take place in the funeral home chapel on Wednesday, at 11 o'clock. Following cremation, the urn will be placed in the Columbarium, at Park Lawn Cemetery, Cambridge.

The Record 11 Dec 2001 pg B7 
Alice C. Calvert
 
6204 About the turn of the century R. B. Keeler and Son opened a repair shop and jewellery store at the west end of Glick's Block and carried on some years. Charlie Grill returned from Aylmer and bought the business and he sold out to Frank Calvert. Mr. Calvert operated successfully and then moved to one of the far western States where he did a huge business and when he left he sold out to Fred Gunther who came here from Dundas in the year 1928 and continued until he passed on in 1946.

His son, Harold, who had learned the trade with his father, then took over, remained about two years in that stand and then in 1948 moved to the present location in the Smellie Block where he has a high class store such as one would look for in our cities.1a

1aLe Rue De Commerce, Other Times Other Customs Other Days Other Ways, Winfield Brewster 1954 
Frank Calvert
 
6205 Calvert-Kenneth Frank Calvert, only son of Frank and Mildred ( Jutzi) Calvert, passed away at St.Mary's Hospital, Kitchener, Ont,. on Saturday afternoon, April 15, 1944. He was born in Kitchener on Nov. 12, 1940; died at the age of 3y 6m 3d. Besides his sorrowing parents, he is survived by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jutzi of Kitchener, and Mr and Mrs John Calvert also of Kitchener. He is also survived by 2 great- grandmothers, Mrs, Elizabeth Jutzi of Wilmot Centre, and Mrs Barbara Kennel of Crosshill. Kenneth was greatly loved by his parents and friends, and will be keenly missed. Funeral and burial were at the First Mennonite Church in charge of Bro C.F. Derstine. Theme "Transplanted Buds"1a

1aGOSPEL HERALD - Vol. XXXVII, No . 5 - MAY 5, 1944 PAGES 95, 96 
Kenneth Frank Calvert
 
6206 1851 - Patrick Camble is staying with Jacob C. Snider. Patrick Camble?
 
6207 Nancy Cambranes

PRESTON—Nancy Ann Cambranes, 5, of 66 Russ St., died today at South Waterloo Hospital, Galt. She was born in Preston and was a member of St. Clement's RC Church. Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jose (Tony) Cambranes; two sisters, Donna and Elisa, both at home; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Cambranes of Guatemala, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bolnig of Preston. The body will be at the Maurice J. O'Brien Funeral Home until 9:30 a.m. Thursday. Mass of the angels will be sung at St. Clements Church Thursday at 10 a.m. Interment will be in Park Lawn Cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 17 Jul 1962 pg 15 
Nancy Ann Cambranes
 
6208 Address 27 ABERDEEN RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 56 LOT 8 RP67R3671 PT 2 Acres 0.23 Roll Number 300606004700400 Teranet PIN 038010077 
Aberdeen Road North 0027 - House Cambridge
 
6209 Address 34 ABERDEEN RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 60 LOT 6 Acres 0.21 Roll Number 300606004701200 Teranet PIN 038010063 
Aberdeen Road North 0034 - House Cambridge
 
6210 Address 46 ABERDEEN RD S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 110 LOT 46 Acres 0.11 Roll Number 300606004802700 Teranet PIN 038020087 
Aberdeen Road North 0046 - House Cambridge
 
6211 Queen Anne style, 2? storey, late 1800s Aberdeen Road North 0046 - House Cambridge
 
6212 Address 27 ABERDEEN RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 56 LOT 8 RP67R3671 PT 2 Acres 0.23 Roll Number 300606004700400 Teranet PIN 038010077 
Aberdeen Road North 0048 - House Cambridge
 
6213 12 ADAM ST, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 540 LOT 2 Acres 0 Roll Number 300614000513500 Teranet PIN 226340016 Adam St. 0012 (building, stone, 2 storey, coursed rubblestone) Cambridge
 
6214 Title of property:    Bergey House  Original Owner: Michael Bergey Adam St. 0012 (building, stone, 2 storey, coursed rubblestone) Cambridge
 
6215 Address 32 ADAM ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 540 PT LOT 5 WS ADAM ST RP58R8643 PTS 3 & 4 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300614000513100 Teranet PIN 226340020 
Adam St. 0032 (building, red brick) Cambridge
 
6216 Address 55 ADAM ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 540 PT LOT 1 Acres 0.22 Roll Number 300615000704800 Teranet PIN 037600022 
Adam St. 0055 (building, stone, pebble dash covered with siding) Cambridge
 
6217 Pebbledash house (if so, now covered with siding) Adam St. 0055 (building, stone, pebble dash covered with siding) Cambridge
 
6218 Address 17 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.236417 Roll Number 300604001600500 Teranet PIN 038150144
Address 19 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.236417 Roll Number 300604001600500 Teranet PIN 038150144
Address 21 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.236417 Roll Number 300604001600500 Teranet PIN 038150144
Address 23 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.236417 Roll Number 300604001600500 Teranet PIN 038150144
Address 25 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.236417 Roll Number 300604001600500 Teranet PIN 038150144
Address 27 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.236417 Roll Number 300604001600500 Teranet PIN 038150144
Address 29 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.236417 Roll Number 300604001600500 Teranet PIN 038150144
Address 31 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.236417 Roll Number 300604001600500 Teranet PIN 038150144
Address 33 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.236417 Roll Number 300604001600500 Teranet PIN 038150144
Address 35 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.236417 Roll Number 300604001600500 Teranet PIN 038150144
Address 17A AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.236417 Roll Number 300604001600500 Teranet PIN 038150144 
Ainslie St. North 0017-35 - building - stone and brick Cambridge
 
6219 Title of property:    North Dando Block  Ainslie St. North 0017-35 - building - stone and brick Cambridge
 
6220 Wesley United Church

Owned by the Knox Presbyterian Church, It is the only Methodist Church building still in use as a church (1978) 
Ainslie St. North 0049 - Church - stone "Wesley United" Cambridge
 
6221 Address 51 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364

Address 53 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364

Address 55 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364

Address 6 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364 
Ainslie St. North 0051-55 - House "Wesley House" Cambridge
 
6222 Old Addison House Built by Alexander Addison Ainslie St. North 0051-55 - House "Wesley House" Cambridge
 
6223 1 storey wood frame wing added. Constructed by Alexander Addison who was town librarian. Ainslie St. North 0055 - stone two storey - Scottish Georgian style Cambridge
 
6224 Address 51 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364
Address 53 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364
Address 55 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364
Address 6 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364 
Ainslie St. North 0055 - stone two storey - Scottish Georgian style Cambridge
 
6225 Address 57 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 4 PT LOT 5 Acres 0.1 Roll Number 300604000100100 Teranet PIN 038150183 
Ainslie St. North 0057 - House - brick (painted) Cambridge
 
6226 Address 58 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 N PT LOT 2 N PT LOT 3 Acres 0.080753 Roll Number 300604000100700 Teranet PIN 038150018 
Ainslie St. North 0058 - stuccoed building Cambridge
 
6227 Address 63 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 PT LOT 8 W/S CAMBRIDGE Acres 0 Roll Number 300604000100300 Teranet PIN 038150044

Address 65 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 PT LOT 8 W/S CAMBRIDGE Acres 0 Roll Number 300604000100300 Teranet PIN 038150044 
Ainslie St. North 0063 - House - rubblestone 2 storey Cambridge
 
6228 Built by Lionel Foster Ainslie St. North 0063 - House - rubblestone 2 storey Cambridge
 
6229 Address 111 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 PT LOT 17 Acres 0.069828 Roll Number 300604000106300 Teranet PIN 038150037 
Ainslie St. North 0111 - Building - stone Cambridge
 
6230 Address 58 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 1 W/S AINSLIE ST S Acres 0.275517 Roll Number 300604002802000 Teranet PIN 03816008 
Ainslie St. S. 0058 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6231 Address 71 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT BLK A N/S WALNUT Acres 0 Roll Number 300604002900100 Teranet PIN 038160291 
Ainslie St. S. 0071-73 - House - semi-detached red brick, round arch, centre gable Cambridge
 
6232 Address 75 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT BLK A N/S WALNUT RP 67R865 PT 2 Acres 0 Roll Number 300604002900300 Teranet PIN 038160294 
Ainslie St. S. 0075-77 - House - semi-detached house, red and yellow brick Cambridge
 
6233       Ainslie St. S. 0079 - House - yellow and red brick semi-detached house Cambridge
 
6234 Address 79 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT BLK A N/S WALNUT RP67R971 PT 2 Acres 0.08 Roll Number 300604002900400 Teranet PIN 038160296

Address 81 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT BLK A N/S WALNUT RP 67R971 PT 1 Acres 0.08 Roll Number 300604002900401 Teranet PIN 038160297 
Ainslie St. S. 0079 - House - yellow and red brick semi-detached house Cambridge
 
6235 Address 79 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT BLK A N/S WALNUT RP67R971 PT 2 Acres 0.08 Roll Number 300604002900400 Teranet PIN 038160296

Address 81 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT BLK A N/S WALNUT RP 67R971 PT 1 Acres 0.08 Roll Number 300604002900401 Teranet PIN 038160297 
Ainslie St. S. 0081 - House - yellow and red brick semi-detached house Cambridge
 
6236 Address 82 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 8 LOT 9 W/S AINSLIE Acres 0.391345 Roll Number 300604002901000 Teranet PIN 038160284

Address 4 VETERANS WAY,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 8 LOT 9 W/S AINSLIE Acres 0.391345 Roll Number 300604002901000 Teranet PIN 038160284 
Ainslie St. S. 0082 - House Cambridge
 
6237 demolished 12 May 1999 Ainslie St. S. 0087 - Building - stone - 1867-1885 Gone Cambridge
 
6238 The building at the southeast corner of Ainslie and Walnut Streets appears to have been built prior to 1885 but after 1867. It has had a number of municipal addresses over the years with the final designation as 87 Ainslie St. S. There is some confusion in the historical record as to when the building was occupied by the Cranston Malt House and when it was occupied by the W. H. Lutz Malt House. It appears that the building served as a Malt House from c.1885 to c.1922 but the ownership during that time is unclear. Manchester Products specialized in the manufacture of lawn and garden fertilizers, pesticides and related products Building demolished May 12, 1999.1a

1aPrepared by the City of Cambridge Archives May 12, 1999 
Ainslie St. S. 0087 - Building - stone - 1867-1885 Gone Cambridge
 
6239 Address 245 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 445 LOT 1 PT LOT 2 PT LOT 10 Acres 0.32 Roll Number 300601003111000 Teranet PIN 038340024 
Ainslie St. S. 0245 - House formerly 55 State St. Cambridge
 
6240 formerly at 55 State St., Ainslie St. S. 0245 - House formerly 55 State St. Cambridge
 
6241 Address 275 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 457 LOTS 25 AND 26 PT LOTS 27 AND 28 PT STATE ST CLOSED Acres 1.23 Roll Number 300601003111300 Teranet PIN 038340154 
Ainslie St. S. 0275 - House - stone - Craigie Lea - constructed abt 1834 Cambridge
 
6242 Comments:    Landmark Series, "Craigie Lea" built by Andrew Elliott. "Old Cowan House". Fine stonework and "Halifax" dormers. This house gave its name to the area. 1834 Ainslie St. S. 0275 - House - stone - Craigie Lea - constructed abt 1834 Cambridge
 
6243 Address 295 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INDUSTRIAL Survey Description PLAN 457 LOT 20 TO LOT 24 PT STATE ST CLOSED Acres 1.46 Roll Number 300601003111400 Teranet PIN 038340157 
Ainslie St. S. 0295 - Building - stone (Galt Knife) Cambridge
 
6244 Title of property:    Galt Knife Company Ainslie St. S. 0295 - Building - stone (Galt Knife) Cambridge
 
6245 Address 11 ALBERT ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 457 PT LOT 93 PT LOT 94 Acres 0.12 Roll Number 300601003100300 Teranet PIN 038340060 
Albert St. 0011 - House Cambridge
 
6246 Address 15 ALBERT ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 457 PT LOT 87 PT LOT 88 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300601003100400 Teranet PIN 038340072 
Albert St. 0015 - House Cambridge
 
6247 Comments:    Dilse report pg 112 Albert St. 0015 - House Cambridge
 
6248 Address 20 ALBERT ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 457 PT LOT 35 PT LOT 36 Acres 0.43 Roll Number 300601003101900 Teranet PIN 038340021 
Albert St. 0020 - House - Stone - Designated Cambridge
 
6249 The home was constructed circa 1880 for Mr. Thomas Vair, a former Mayor for the Town of Galt. Constructed in the High Victorian Gothic Style, the home is constructed of heavily mortared coarsed rubblestone. Albert St. 0020 - House - Stone - Designated Cambridge
 
6250 Address 26 ALBERT ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 457 LOT 37 Acres 0.300564 Roll Number 300601003102000 Teranet PIN 038340020 
Albert St. 0026 -House Cambridge
 
6251 Address 17 ANGLEROCK DR,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1487 LOT 14 Acres 0 Roll Number 300607006720855 Teranet PIN 226600100 
Anglerock Dr. 017 -House - stone - Designated Cambridge
 
6252 Address 156 ARGYLE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 521 PT LOT 49 Acres 0.13662 Roll Number 300610001904600 Teranet PIN 037770063 
Argyle St. N. 0156 - building - Preston Carnegie Library Cambridge
 
6253 Title of property:   Preston Carnegie Library

Description:     

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Stories:  

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Details on previous owners, builders, etc:  

Comments: 
Argyle St. N. 0156 - building - Preston Carnegie Library Cambridge
 
6254 Address 25 ARTHUR WHITE AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 472 PT LOTS 18 & 19 RP67R1912 PT 1 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300608003000700 Teranet PIN 038160214 
Arthur White Ave 0025 - House - brick Cambridge
 
6255 Address 28 ARTHUR WHITE AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 472 PT LOT 9 PT LOT 10 Acres 0.11 Roll Number 300608003001800 Teranet PIN 038160205 
Arthur White Ave 0028 - House Cambridge
 
6256 Address 1 ASHTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1441 LOT 6 Acres 0.87 Roll Number 300610002712510 Teranet PIN 037720096 
Ashton St. 0001 - House - Designated Cambridge
 
6257 Address 2 ASHTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1441 LOT 7 PT LOT 8 AND RP 67R2854 PT 2 Acres 0.9 Roll Number 300610002712512 Teranet PIN 037720085 
Ashton St. 0002 - House - Designated Cambridge
 
6258 Address 12 ASHTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 580 LOTS 85, 86 PT ELGIN ST 159.84X129.84X161.61X136.94 Acres 0.49 Roll Number 300610002711000 Teranet PIN 037720135 
Ashton St. 0012 Designated Cambridge
 
6259 Address 2 AUGUSTA ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 469 LOT 11 LOT 12 PLAN 227 LOT 13 W PT LOT 12 Acres 0.46 Roll Number 300603001100200 Teranet PIN 037740147 
Augusta St. 0002 Cambridge
 
6260 Address 879 AVENUE RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 12 PT LT 2 RP67R1863 PT 1 Acres 0.9 Roll Number 300607006704600 Teranet PIN 226830102 
Avenue Road 0879 - House - stone cottage - "Ferguson Stone Cottage" Cambridge
 
6261 Address 10 BALL AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 442 LOT 48 Acres 0.15 Roll Number 300608001900200 Teranet PIN 038190041 
Ball Avenue 0010 Cambridge
 
6262 Address 11 BALL AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 442 PT LOT 34 Acres 0 Roll Number 300608002000200 Teranet PIN 038190047 
Ball Avenue 0011 Cambridge
 
6263 Address 78 BARRIE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 473 PT LOTS 15 & 16 IN BLK A Acres 0 Roll Number 300605005703500 Teranet PIN 038030087 
Barrie St. 0078 Cambridge
 
6264 Address 108 BARRIE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 473 LOT 8 IN BLK A Acres 0 Roll Number 300605005704300 Teranet PIN 038030079 
Barrie St. 0108 Cambridge
 
6265 Address 118 BARRIE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 473 BLK A LOT 6 Acres 0 Roll Number 300605005704500 Teranet PIN 038030077 
Barrie St. 0118 Cambridge
 
6266 In early 1870 the church was joined by the members of the short-lived Bayne Church and the name was changed to Union Presbyterian Church. Bayne's Church see Knox's Presbyterian Cambridge
 
6267 Address 605 BEAVERDALE RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 905 LOT 5 PLAN 904 LOT 1 Acres 10.5 Roll Number 300614000201900 Teranet PIN 037560155 
Beaverdale Rd. 0605-607 (House, log) Gone Cambridge
 
6268 Title of property:   

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605 BEAVERDALE RD, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE

Property Code Category COMMERCIAL

Survey Description PLAN 905 LOT 5 PLAN 904 LOT 1 Acres 10.5

Roll Number 300614000201900

Teranet PIN 037560155 
Beaverdale Rd. 0605-607 (House, log) Gone Cambridge
 
6269 Address 1705 BEAVERDALE RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category FARM Survey Description CON 1 BLK BEASLEYS LOWER PT LOT 11 Acres 9.58 Roll Number 300614002115001 Teranet PIN 037560031 
Beaverdale Rd. 1705 Cambridge
 
6270 Address 20 BECHTEL ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 832 PT LOT 60 RP 67R1150 PT 1 PT 2 Acres 0 Roll Number 300614000206000 Teranet PIN 037660021 
Bechtel St. 0020 - House Cambridge
 
6271 Address 168 BECHTEL ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 908 PT LOT 15 PT RES LOT D RP 67R2278 PT 2 Acres 2 Roll Number 300614000203300 Teranet PIN 037660087 
Bechtel St. 0168 - House - squared timber & stone Cambridge
 
6272 Title of property:    Bechtel Farmhouse


Comments:      Bechtel farmhouse \endash  contains some of the logs from the cabin. One of the few early houses built by a pioneer from Pennsylvania to survive 
Bechtel St. 0168 - House - squared timber & stone Cambridge
 
6273 Address 33 BEECHWOOD RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1321 LOT 7 Acres 0 Roll Number 300606005200170 Teranet PIN 226660097 
Beechwood Rd. 0033 - House - yellow brick Cambridge
 
6274 Yellow brick home owned by James Cowan. Beechwood Rd. 0033 - House - yellow brick Cambridge
 
6275 Address 1462 BEKE RD,
TOWNSHIP OF NORTH DUMFRIES Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 8 PT LOT 17 RP67R3322 PTS 3 & 5 Acres 1.41 Roll Number 300103000405120 Teranet PIN 038280299 
Beke Rd. 1462 - stone house Designated Cambridge
 
6276 Stone farm house dating back to about 1840. Designated for interior flooring and woodwork as well as masonry walls. Beke Rd. 1462 - stone house Designated Cambridge
 
6277 Address 41 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 PT LOT 4 E/S BEVERLY S/S KERR Acres 0.17 Roll Number 300608001701400 Teranet PIN 038170011

Address 43 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 PT LOT 4 E/S BEVERLY S/S KERR Acres 0.17 Roll Number 300608001701400 Teranet PIN 038170011 
Beverly St. 0041 Cambridge
 
6278 93 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 8 E/S BEVERLY N/S KERR PT MISC LOT RP67R2417 PT 1 Acres 0.23 Roll Number 300608001702800 Teranet PIN 038180027 
Beverly St. 0093 - House - Stone Cambridge
 
6279 Address 102 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 6 W/S BEVERLY N/S KERR RP 67R1279 PT 2 TOG WITH ROW Acres 0.05 Roll Number 300608000201800 Teranet PIN 038140373 
Beverly St. 0102 - House - 1/2 storey Cambridge
 
6280 Address 102 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 6 W/S BEVERLY N/S KERR RP 67R1279 PT 2 TOG WITH ROW Acres 0.05 Roll Number 300608000201800 Teranet PIN 038140373 
Beverly St. 0102 - House - semi-detached plastered stone? Cambridge
 
6281 Built by James Nichol, later in 1866 owned by Thomas Kerr Brain Co. Semi-detached home. Beverly St. 0102 - House - semi-detached plastered stone? Cambridge
 
6282 Address 104 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 6 W/S BEVERLY N/S KERR RP 67R1279 PT 1 Acres 0.07 Roll Number 300608000201850 Teranet PIN 038140374 
Beverly St. 0104 - House - semi-detached plastered stone? Cambridge
 
6283 Built by James Nichol, later in 1866 owned by Thomas Kerr Brain Co. Semi-detached home. Beverly St. 0104 - House - semi-detached plastered stone? Cambridge
 
6284 Address 127 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 15 PT LOT 16 E/S BEVERLY N/S KERR Acres 0 Roll Number 300608001703900 Teranet PIN 038180016 
Beverly St. 0127 - House - 1 1/2 storey - scottish stone cottage Cambridge
 
6285 Built by Morris Welch, rubblestone scottish cottage, in 1978 listed in good condition and use as a residence. 1 1/2 story Beverly St. 0127 - House - 1 1/2 storey - scottish stone cottage Cambridge
 
6286 Address 130 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 449 PT LOT 5 PT LOT 6 Acres 0.11 Roll Number 300608000202500 Teranet PIN 038140381 
Beverly St. 0130 - House - yellow brick Cambridge
 
6287 37 BEVERLY ST, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE
Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL
Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 4 E/S BEVERLY S/S KERR
Acres 0.11
Roll Number 300608001701100
Teranet PIN 038170101 

Title of property:   

Description:     

Style of Building:   

Date Constructed:  

Date Demolished: 

Construction materials:   cut stone

Stories:  2

Use of the property:      Residential

Designated:     

Condition:      good (1978)

Details on previous owners, builders, etc:   William H. Wilkins - Waterloo-121425

Comments:          
Beverly St. E. 0037 - House - stone - 2 stories - 1851-1861 Cambridge
 
6288 Address 37 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 4 E/S BEVERLY S/S KERR Acres 0.11 Roll Number 300608001701100 Teranet PIN 038170101 
Beverly St. E. 0037 - House - stone - 2 stories - 1851-1861 Cambridge
 
6289 Address 41 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 PT LOT 4 E/S BEVERLY S/S KERR Acres 0.17 Roll Number 300608001701400 Teranet PIN 038170011

Address 43 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 PT LOT 4 E/S BEVERLY S/S KERR Acres 0.17 Roll Number 300608001701400 Teranet PIN 038170011 
Beverly St. E. 0041 - House Cambridge
 
6290 34 BEVERLY ST, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE
Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL
Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 4 W/S BEVERLY
Acres 0.07
Roll Number 300608000200300
Teranet PIN 038150097

Title of property:   

Description:     

Style of Building:   

Date Constructed:  

Date Demolished: 

Construction materials:   rubblestone

Stories:   4

Use of the property:      residential

Designated:     

Condition:      fair (1978)

Details on previous owners, builders, etc:   John Scanlan (market clerk)

Comments:          
Beverly St. W. 0034 - House - stone - 3 stories - 1859 Cambridge
 
6291 Address 34 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 4 W/S BEVERLY Acres 0.07 Roll Number 300608000200300 Teranet PIN 038150097 
Beverly St. W. 0034 - House - stone - 3 stories - 1859 Cambridge
 
6292 44 BEVERLY ST, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE
Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL
Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 W/S BEVERLY
Acres 0.14
Roll Number 300608000200600
Teranet PIN 038150100

Title of property:   

Description:     

Style of Building:   

Date Constructed:  

Date Demolished: 

Construction materials:   squared rubblestone

Stories:   2

Use of the property:      residential

Designated:     

Condition:      fair (1978)

Details on previous owners, builders, etc:   Edward Robinson -  Waterloo-60498

Comments:          
Beverly St. W. 0044 - House - rubblestone - 2 stories - 1851-1861 Cambridge
 
6293 Address 44 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 W/S BEVERLY Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300608000200600 Teranet PIN 038150100 
Beverly St. W. 0044 - House - rubblestone - 2 stories - 1851-1861 Cambridge
 
6294 Address 46 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 2 W/S BEVERLY RP 67R1241 PT 1 Acres 0.13 Roll Number 300608000200700 Teranet PIN 038150101 
Beverly St. W. 0046 - House - Duplex 1 storey Cambridge
 
6295 Address 48 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 1 PT LOT 2 W/S BEVERLY RP 67R1241 PTS 2 TO 4 SUBJ TO ROW Acres 0.16 Roll Number 300608000200701 Teranet PIN 038150102 
Beverly St. W. 0046 - House - Duplex 1 storey Cambridge
 
6296 Address 58 BEVERLY ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INDUSTRIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 1 W/S BEVERLY N/S KERR Acres 0.43 Roll Number 300608000201000 Teranet PIN 038140366 
Beverly St. W. 0058 - House - 1 storey - 1902 Cambridge
 
6297 Title of property:   

Description:      Industrial

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Comments:      Present building (2011) erected for the Beaver Manufacturing Co. Ltd.s.  Previous building was there at least by 1867 
Beverly St. W. 0058 - House - 1 storey - 1902 Cambridge
 
6298 Address 35 BIRCH ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 457 PT LOT 78 Acres 0.15 Roll Number 300601003105100 Teranet PIN 038340085 
Birch St. 0035 Cambridge
 
6299 Address 39 BIRCH ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 457 LOT 79 Acres 0.16 Roll Number 300601003105200 Teranet PIN 038340086 
Birch St. 0039 Cambridge
 
6300 655 BLACK BRIDGE RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 3 BLK BEASLEYS LOWER PT LOT 13 RP 67R206 PT 3PT Acres 7.39 Roll Number 300615002101203 Teranet PIN 037580005 
Blackbridge Rd. 0655 - house - stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6301 In 2009 this 2 story fieldstone house was in good condition, still used as a residence and their are still farm buildings on the site.  There is a great deal of new construction not far from the house and soon the house will be surrounded with new housing. Blackbridge Rd. 0655 - house - stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6302 Address 1000 BLACK BRIDGE RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 4 BLK BEASLEYS LOWER PT LOT 13 BEASLEYS MIDDLE BLK PT LOT 1 Acres 4.05 Roll Number 300615002101600 Teranet PIN 227390074 
Blackbridge Rd. 1000 - House - square log house - modern Cambridge
 
6303 Blair Baptist Church

Begun: c.1845

The Baptist Church on Old Mill Road in Blair is said to have been built in 1854 by a Regular Baptist congregation.  Rev. James Sim  may have held Baptist services in this church, although his services are reported to have begun c.1845. Elder Sim, as he was said to have been called, had been ordained at Waterloo [Township] on October 5, 1841. "Elder Bayly preached the ordination sermon" (Canada Baptist Magazine, December 1, 1841, pg. 138).

Rev. Sim is reported to have travelled from his home in Hawkesville in Wellesley Township to the Blair area every other weekend through the years c.1845-c.1860. He also attended to a Baptist congregation in Preston. The County of Waterloo Gazetteer 1864 recorded Blair as having "one church, Bible Believers", and that the church "was erected in 1854, of brick, size 30 x 40, at a cost of $1,200; it [could] accommodate 300 persons; Rev. James Sim, pastor."

James Sim eventually left the Baptist Church for the Christadelphian c.1865, taking many of his followers from Blair, Preston and area with him. It is possible that the Christadelphians worshipped in this Baptist Church for awhile until they built their own church in Blair. They later, in 1880, built a new church on Richmond Street (now Old Mill Road ) in Doon. Rev. Sim died in Waterloo in that year. The Blair Christadelphian Church is listed as being closed in Evans Gazetteer 1884-1885.

An article in the Hamilton Spectator on Nov. 14, 1953 described the former Baptist church in Blair as being non-denominational. The present Blair Baptist Church was organized in August 1959 and rededicated in April 1960 as the Blair Evangelical Baptist Chapel. It now is a member of the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches, and is called Grace Baptist Church.

Records:
Baptism dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Marriage dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

There is no information at the Canadian Baptist Archives regarding the early years of this church.

References
: Canada Baptist 1841:138; Doon & Blair W.I.; Heritage Cambridge 1976:10; High, WHS 1960(48):33; McDonald, WHS 1985(73):94.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Blair Baptist Church (Blair) Cambridge
 
6304 Address 12 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 444 PT LOTS 8 TO 10 PT CLOSED BLAIR RD Acres 0.92 Roll Number 300604004600600 Teranet PIN 226630088 
Blair Rd. 0012 - Church - stone - Trinity Anglican Church Cambridge
 
6305 Trinity Anglican Church

Begun: 1840

An Anglican missionary, Rev. Michael Boomer, arrived in Galt in 1840 to organize the community's first Anglican congregation. Services were held in the Township Hall until the fall of 1844 when a new stone church was completed. The building was opened and consecrated in October, 1844 by Dr. Strachan, Bishop of the Diocese of Toronto. Land for the church had been donated by the Dickson family and the cost of the building was assumed largely by the Dicksons and by Absalom Shade. The first Rector of Trinity Church, Rev. Michael Boomer, was to minister to the Galt congregation until moving to London in 1872 when he became Principal of Huron College and Dean of the Huron diocese. Dean Boomer was followed by Reverend Canons Brock (1872-1873), Curran (1873-1877), Hinks (1877-1886) and Rev. Canon Ridley who was rector from 1886 until his sudden death in November 1915.

The first Parish Hall was built in 1855 through the generosity of Mr. Shade. When Mr. Shade died in 1862 his Will provided funds for the construction of a Rectory along with an endowment fund to provide for the rector's salary. The church was enlarged in 1856, and in 1868 the Parish Hall was made larger. The interior of the church was altered in 1885-1886 and the Norman Tower was added during the same time frame through the generosity of Matthew Wilks. Work began on rebuilding the Parish Hall with the laying of the cornerstone on July 17, 1911. Electric lighting was installed in 1916. The Parish Hall was further enlarged in 1956; the new Chapel of the Holy Trinity was built about the same time.

Canon Ridley established a Mission in Preston in 1888. Construction of St. John's Anglican Church in that community was begun in 1889 with dedication services held in 1890. St. James Anglican Church in Hespeler also began as a Mission of Galt. Work began in 1919 on St. David's Mission at the corner of Pollock and Chalmers Street in Galt. The Mission, which began as a Sunday School, was dedicated by Archbishop Williams in April 1920.

Records:
Baptism dates: 1850- Location of records: at church
Marriage dates: 1850- Location of records: at church
Burial dates: 1850- Location of records: at church

Records on microfilm at the Cambridge Public Library include: Vestry Minute Books 1877-1916, and the Parish Registers for 1850-1916, which include Baptisms, Marriages and Burials. A transcription of the Burials 1851-1874 (Huber 1984) is available at the Kitchener Public Library. Some early marriages may be found in Huber (1986).

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: 12 Blair Road Cambridge, ON N1S 2H5, located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 621-8860]
References: Cant 1915:35-46; Denis-Nathan, WHS 1970(58):27,29; Galt 1928:26; R. Taylor 1986; WHS 1971(59):73.
Church History: Thomas, Rev. A.B. Trinity Church, Galt, Ontario, Centenary Souvenir 1844-1944. Galt: C.E. Knowles Printing, 19441a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener,  Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. 
Blair Rd. 0012 - Church - stone - Trinity Anglican Church Cambridge
 
6306 Address 14 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 444 PT LOTS 8 TO 10 PT CLOSED BLAIR RD Acres 0.92 Roll Number 300604004600600 Teranet PIN 226630088 
Blair Rd. 0014 - House - yellow brick Rector's house Cambridge
 
6307 Address 27 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 15 PT LOT 16 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300604004600100 Teranet PIN 226630037 
Blair Rd. 0027 Cambridge
 
6308 Address 30 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 480 PT LOT 11 Acres 0.04 Roll Number 300604004600900 Teranet PIN 226630031 
Blair Rd. 0030 - House Cambridge
 
6309 Address 45 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN D3 LOT 5 Acres 2.7 Roll Number 300604004600500 Teranet PIN 038050123 
Blair Rd. 0045 - House - stone - 2 storey "The Cedars" Cambridge
 
6310 George Dobbie House 1851 built by John Miller, Lawyer. Later the home of his daughter & son-in-law, A.T.H. Ball "The Cedars" Blair Rd. 0045 - House - stone - 2 storey "The Cedars" Cambridge
 
6311 Address 58 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 480 PT LOT 38 PT LOT 39 PT LOT 43 Acres 0.25 Roll Number 300604004601500 Teranet PIN 038050017 
Blair Rd. 0058 - House - yellow brick Cambridge
 
6312 Address 64 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 480 PT LOT 43 Acres 0.31 Roll Number 300604004601600 Teranet PIN 038050016 
Blair Rd. 0064 - House - stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6313 Address 69 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN D3 LOT 13 Acres 0 Roll Number 300606005300200 Teranet PIN 037730593

Address 71 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN D3 LOT 13 Acres 0 Roll Number 300606005300200 Teranet PIN 037730593 
Blair Rd. 0069-71 - House - frame cottage Cambridge
 
6314 Poor House before 1867. Frame cottage was once the rectory of Trinity Church Blair Rd. 0069-71 - House - frame cottage Cambridge
 
6315 Address 70 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 480 PT LOT 42 PT LOT 43 Acres 0.49 Roll Number 300604004601700 Teranet PIN 038050014 
Blair Rd. 0070 - House - red brick Designated Cambridge
 
6316 SCHEDULE "B' TO BY-LAW NO. 99- 01 OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE

This property is recommended for designation because of its architectural significance. The property was constructed in 1903 for Mr. George Bernhardt, the proprietor of the Iroquois Hotel and owner of the Bernhardt Block in Preston. Ross Anderson, an area Architect describes the residence as a "red brick mansion, typical of a grand house at the turn of the century." The residence occupies a prominent location at the corner of Blair and Park Hill Roads. The house is constructed in the Queen Anne style of architecture, a style popular during the 1880's and 1910's. Typical of this style, the roof is steeply pitched and a two-storey porch dominates the main elevation. The detailing of this porch includes wooden floors and ceilings, five smooth and tapered columns with Corinthian capitals. Dentils are found beneath the soffits and the fascia is decorated with a swag detail.

REASONS FOR DESIGNATION:
a) it is a good, representative example of a method of construction now rarely used;
b) it is a good, representative example of its architectural style or period of building;
c) it terminates a view or otherwise makes an important contribution to the urban composition or streetscape of which it forms a part.

A further description of this property can be found in the LACAC building file. 
Blair Rd. 0070 - House - red brick Designated Cambridge
 
6317 Address 80 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 470 LOT 23 Acres 0.21 Roll Number 300604005400300 Teranet PIN 038040014 
Blair Rd. 0080 - House - buff brick - Italianate Cambridge
 
6318 Address 81 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN D3 LOT 19 LOT 25 Acres 0.32 Roll Number 300606005300400 Teranet PIN 037730595 
Blair Rd. 0081 - House - red brick Cambridge
 
6319 Address 85 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN D3 PT LOT 20 Acres 0.67 Roll Number 300606005300500 Teranet PIN 037730549 
Blair Rd. 0085 - House - stone - "Gardner's Cottage" Cambridge
 
6320 House was originally the gardener's cottage and gatehouse of Sorn house.  The house was built by Hugh McCull in 1874. Blair Rd. 0085 - House - stone - "Gardner's Cottage" Cambridge
 
6321 Address 96 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 470 LOT 18 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300604005401000 Teranet PIN 038040007 
Blair Rd. 0096 - House Cambridge
 
6322 Address 119 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN D3 LOT 22 PT LOT 21 RP 67R1734 PT 1 Acres 2.96 Roll Number 300606005301000 Teranet PIN 037730544 
Blair Rd. 0119 - House Cambridge
 
6323 Address 126 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 471 LOT 29 PT LOT 51 Acres 0.24 Roll Number 300604005401700 Teranet PIN 226620526 
Blair Rd. 0126 - House - Queen Anne Style Designated Cambridge
 
6324 Address 140 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 471 LOT 32 PT LOT 31 Acres 0.26 Roll Number 300604005402000 Teranet PIN 226620523 
Blair Rd. 0140 - House Cambridge
 
6325 Address 140 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 471 LOT 32 PT LOT 31 Acres 0.26 Roll Number 300604005402000 Teranet PIN 226620523 
Blair Rd. 0142 - House Cambridge
 
6326 Address 276 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 836 LOT 1 Acres 0.22 Roll Number 300606005504000 Teranet PIN 226620078 
Blair Rd. 0276 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6327 Hired man's house of 278 Blair Road, stone. Blair Rd. 0276 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6328 Address 278 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 12 PT SUB DIV LOT 2 WGR RP67R2512 PT 2 Acres 0 Roll Number 300606005504200 Teranet PIN 226620077 
Blair Rd. 0278 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6329 Original owner Absalom Shade, other residents: Davidson family, & Brydon Family Blair Rd. 0278 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6330 681 BLAIR RD,
TOWNSHIP OF NORTH DUMFRIES Property Code Category FARM Survey Description CON 12 PT SUB LOT 3 WGR PT LOTS 17 TO 19 Acres 437.18 Roll Number 300103000427300 Teranet PIN 037730771 
Blair Rd. 0681 - House - Stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6331 The farm by 2011 was the site of  "Springbank Community Gardens" a site operated by " Rare Charitable Research Reserve" and offered garden plots rented to the public to grow their own plants, vegetables and fruits. Blair Rd. 0681 - House - Stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6332 Address 1476 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description WATERLOO RICHARD BEASLEY'S OLD SVY PT LOT 3 RP 58R10875 PT 1 RP 58R16561 PT 1 Acres 3.17 Roll Number 300610002703300 Teranet PIN 037740017 
Blair Rd. 1476 - Jacob Bechtel Dairy Designated Cambridge
 
6333 Address 1490 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description WATERLOO RICHARD BEASLEY'S OLD SVY PT LOT 3 RP 67R2803 PTS 1 3 9 PT PT 5 Acres 1.4 Roll Number 300610002703200 Teranet PIN 037741143 
Blair Rd. 1490 - House - yellow brick Designated Cambridge
 
6334 Built by Jacob Bechtel in 1817 according to date on stone in building. An earlier house was on the site and its heartstone was used as a stepping stone the the new verdandah. Walls made of stone and brick, stone plastered over. Blair Rd. 1490 - House - yellow brick Designated Cambridge
 
6335 Address 1500 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SVY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 RP67R2803 PTS 2 4 6 7 & 8 Acres 1.69 Roll Number 300610002703150 Teranet PIN 037740015 
Blair Rd. 1500 - House Cambridge
 
6336 Address 1510 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 Acres 0.46 Roll Number 300610002703100 Teranet PIN 037740014 
Blair Rd. 1510 - House Cambridge
 
6337 Address 1526 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 Acres 1.24 Roll Number 300610002703000 Teranet PIN 037740013 
Blair Rd. 1526 - House Cambridge
 
6338 Address 1540 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description BEASLEYS OLD SURVEY PT LT 3 RP58R11235 PTS 1,2,3 SUBJ TO ROW Acres 1 Roll Number 300610002702970 Teranet PIN 037740556 
Blair Rd. 1540 - House Cambridge
 
6339 Address 1550 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description BEASLEYS OLD SURVEY PT LT 3 RP58R11235 PT 4 TOG WITH ROW Acres 1.83 Roll Number 300610002702950 Teranet PIN 037740555 
Blair Rd. 1550 - House Cambridge
 
6340 Address 1575 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 Acres 0.68 Roll Number 300610002704500 Teranet PIN 037720067 
Blair Rd. 1575 - House Cambridge
 
6341 1580 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 RP 67R3103 PT 2 Acres 0.75 Roll Number 300610002702900 Teranet PIN 037740011 
Blair Rd. 1580 - House - stone and clapboard Cambridge
 
6342 Address 1585 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 Acres 0.52 Roll Number 300610002704600 Teranet PIN 037720068 
Blair Rd. 1585 - Angus McNally House - stone Cambridge
 
6343 Address 1595 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 Acres 0.23 Roll Number 300610002704700 Teranet PIN 037720069 
Blair Rd. 1595 - House Cambridge
 
6344 Address 1599 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 Acres 0.21 Roll Number 300610002704800 Teranet PIN 037720070 
Blair Rd. 1599 - House Cambridge
 
6345 Address 1605 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 Acres 0.47 Roll Number 300610002704900 Teranet PIN 037720071 
Blair Rd. 1605 - House Cambridge
 
6346 Address 1625 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description BEASLEYS OLD SURVEY PT LOT 3 RP58R12387 PT 1 Acres 0.27 Roll Number 300610002705000 Teranet PIN 037720072 
Blair Rd. 1625 - House Cambridge
 
6347 Address 1627 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 RP58R12942 PT 1 Acres 0.16 Roll Number 300610002705100 Teranet PIN 037720073 
Blair Rd. 1627 - House Cambridge
 
6348 Address 1631 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 PT LT 4 Acres 0.4 Roll Number 300610002705200 Teranet PIN 037720074

Address 1633 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 PT LT 4 Acres 0.4 Roll Number 300610002705200 Teranet PIN 037720074

Address 1635 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 PT LT 4 Acres 0.4 Roll Number 300610002705200 Teranet PIN 037720074 
Blair Rd. 1631 - Row House - frame - (one building containing 1631, 1633, 1635) Cambridge
 
6349 Address 1631 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 PT LT 4 Acres 0.4 Roll Number 300610002705200 Teranet PIN 037720074

Address 1633 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 PT LT 4 Acres 0.4 Roll Number 300610002705200 Teranet PIN 037720074

Address 1635 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 PT LT 4 Acres 0.4 Roll Number 300610002705200 Teranet PIN 037720074 
Blair Rd. 1633 - Row House - frame - (one building containing 1631, 1633, 1635) Cambridge
 
6350 Address 1631 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 PT LT 4 Acres 0.4 Roll Number 300610002705200 Teranet PIN 037720074

Address 1633 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 PT LT 4 Acres 0.4 Roll Number 300610002705200 Teranet PIN 037720074

Address 1635 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 PT LT 4 Acres 0.4 Roll Number 300610002705200 Teranet PIN 037720074 
Blair Rd. 1635 - Row House - frame - (one building containing 1631, 1633, 1635) Cambridge
 
6351 Address 1645 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 4 PLAN 580 PT LOT 25 57.70X86.06X26.45X Acres 0.21 Roll Number 300610002705300 Teranet PIN 037720075 
Blair Rd. 1645 - Cottage Style House Cambridge
 
6352 Address 1646 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 581 BLK B LOT 1 TO LOT 3 Acres 0.31 Roll Number 300610002702800 Teranet PIN 037740010 
Blair Rd. 1646 - John Renshaw House Cambridge
 
6353 Address 1649 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 581 LOT 1 PLAN 580 LOT 51 TO LOT 53 PT LOTS 54 & 25 BEASLEYS OLD SURVEY PT LOT 4 Acres 1.23 Roll Number 300610002705400 Teranet PIN 037720076 
Blair Rd. 1649 - House Cambridge
 
6354 Address 1656 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 581 BLK B LOT 4 Acres 0.11 Roll Number 300610002702600 Teranet PIN 037740009 
Blair Rd. 1656 - House Cambridge
 
6355 Address 1660 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 581 PT BLK B PT LOTS 4 TO 6 Acres 0.19 Roll Number 300610002702500 Teranet PIN 037740008 
Blair Rd. 1660 - Old Johannes General Store and Post Office & Barn Cambridge
 
6356 1679 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 581 BLK A PT LOTS 4 TO 6 PLAN 580 LOTS 55 56 78 TO 84 PT LOT 54 PT ELGIN ST RP58R10755 PTS 2 & 4 Acres 3.07 Roll Number 300610002705500 Teranet PIN 037720134 
Blair Rd. 1679 - Hotel (former) - stone Cambridge
 
6357 Known as Lamb's Inn, Carlisle Inn, & Blair Inn. Blair Rd. 1679 - Hotel (former) - stone Cambridge
 
6358 Address 1680 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 581 PT LOTS 5 6 & 7 IN BLK B SVY BEASLEY'S OLD PT LOT 4 RP58R8851 PTS 1 & 2 Acres 0.26 Roll Number 300610002702300 Teranet PIN 037741135 
Blair Rd. 1680 - Gothic style house Cambridge
 
6359 Address 1685 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 580 LOT 26 LOT 27 LOT 57 Acres 0.3 Roll Number 300610002705600 Teranet PIN 037720081 
Blair Rd. 1685 - House Cambridge
 
6360 Address 1688 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INSTITUTIONAL Survey Description PLAN 581 BLK B PT LTS 7 TO 9 SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 4 Acres 0.27 Roll Number 300610002702200 Teranet PIN 037740006 
Blair Rd. 1688 - Tilt House - brick Cambridge
 
6361 Address 1705 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 581 PT LOTS 1 2 6 & 7 IN BLK C Acres 0.22 Roll Number 300610002705700 Teranet PIN 037720125 
Blair Rd. 1705 - House Cambridge
 
6362 Address 1725 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 580 PT LOT 1 PLAN 581 BLK C LOT 8 PT LOTS 2 3 6 AND 7 RP 58R15869 PT 1 Acres 0.44283096 Roll Number 300610002705800 Teranet PIN 037720124 
Blair Rd. 1725 - Joseph Blaschke House Cambridge
 
6363 Address 1728 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 4 RP 67R417 PT 1 Acres 0.43 Roll Number 300610002702100 Teranet PIN 037740004 
Blair Rd. 1728 - House Cambridge
 
6364 Address 1729 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 580 LOT 5 LOT 6 PT LOT 4 Acres 0.27 Roll Number 300610002706000 Teranet PIN 037720122 
Blair Rd. 1729 - House Cambridge
 
6365 1740 BLAIR RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SVY BSLYS OLD PT LTS 4 AND 9 RP 67R1686 PT 6 PT RP 67R1966 PT 1 PT RP 67R2770 PT PTS 1 TO 3 Acres 6.22 Roll Number 300610002702000 Teranet PIN 037741131 
Blair Rd. 1740 - House - stone - 1 storey Cambridge
 
6366 Henry Bechtel Sawmill constructed 1854, with old hydro generating station, Risk House - stone construction. Blair Rd. 1740 - House - stone - 1 storey Cambridge
 
6367 Address 15 BLENHEIM RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN D3 LOT 11 PLAN 473 BLK G PT LOT 1 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300606004702000 Teranet PIN 038050069 
Blenheim Rd. 0015 - House Cambridge
 
6368 Address 16 BLENHEIM RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 480 LOT 16 LOT 17 PT LOT 15 Acres 0.77 Roll Number 300606005304100 Teranet PIN 037730602 
Blenheim Rd. 0016 - House yellow brick Designated Cambridge
 
6369 Known as "R. O. McCulloch House". Blenheim Rd. 0016 - House yellow brick Designated Cambridge
 
6370 Address 22 BLENHEIM RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 480 N PT LOT 14 Acres 0.29 Roll Number 300606005304300 Teranet PIN 037730600

Address 24 BLENHEIM RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 480 N PT LOT 14 Acres 0.29 Roll Number 300606005304300 Teranet PIN 037730600 
Blenheim Rd. 0022 - House "Porteous House" Cambridge
 
6371 Porteous House ca 1851 plastered 2nd storey is later addition double house in white plaster with centre gable. Blenheim Rd. 0022 - House "Porteous House" Cambridge
 
6372 Address 26 BLENHEIM RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 480 N PT LOT 12 N PT LOT 13 Acres 0.57 Roll Number 300606005304400 Teranet PIN 037730599

Address 28 BLENHEIM RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 480 N PT LOT 12 N PT LOT 13 Acres 0.57 Roll Number 300606005304400 Teranet PIN 037730599 
Blenheim Rd. 0026-28 - House Cambridge
 
6373 Owned by Cannon Boomer & J. H. Bennett (1867-1875) Blenheim Rd. 0026-28 - House Cambridge
 
6374 Address 40 BLENHEIM RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 487 LOT 23 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300606005304600 Teranet PIN 037730597
Address 42 BLENHEIM RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 487 LOT 23 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300606005304600 Teranet PIN 037730597 
Blenheim Rd. 0040 - 42 - former Galt Old Ladies Home Cambridge
 
6375 Address 200 BLENHEIM RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 11 PT LOT 13 RP67R2235 PT 1 RP67R3280 PT 1 Acres 2.83 Roll Number 300606005307350 Teranet PIN 037730016 
Blenheim Rd. 0200 - Green Hill Farm Cambridge
 
6376 Address 110 BLUE HERON RIDGE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 715 LOT 78 Acres 0.72 Roll Number 300609000302000 Teranet PIN 037740305 
Blue Heron Ridge 0110 - House - stucco Cambridge
 
6377 Address 140 BLUE HERON RIDGE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 715 LOT 79 RP 58R16554 PT 1 Acres 1.5 Roll Number 300609000301900 Teranet PIN 037741138 
Blue Heron Ridge 0140 - House - Gothic stucco Cambridge
 
6378 160 BLUE HERON RIDGE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 715 PT LOT 80 AND RP 58R13273 PT 2 Acres 2.74 Roll Number 300609000301800 Teranet PIN 037741139 
Blue Heron Ridge 0160 - House - stone - 1 1/2 storey Cambridge
 
6379 Address 194 BLUE HERON RIDGE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 715 PT LOT 80 RP58R13273 PT 1 Acres 1.34 Roll Number 300609000301701 Teranet PIN 037740584 
Blue Heron Ridge 0194 - House brick "The Ramparts" Cambridge
 
6380 House called "The Ramparts" and was designed by Arthur Erickson. Blue Heron Ridge 0194 - House brick "The Ramparts" Cambridge
 
6381 Address 288 BLUE HERON RIDGE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1376 LOT 74 Acres 1.08 Roll Number 300609000301600 Teranet PIN 037740301 
Blue Heron Ridge 0288 Cambridge
 
6382 300 BLUE HERON RIDGE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1376 PT LT 75 Acres 1.39 Roll Number 300609000301500 Teranet PIN 037740300 
Blue Heron Ridge 0300 - House - Stone and clapboard - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6383 Address 410 BLUE HERON RIDGE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1376 LOT 79 Acres 1.65 Roll Number 300609000301200 Teranet PIN 037740296 
Blue Heron Ridge 0410 - House - red brick Cambridge
 
6384 Address 424 BLUE HERON RIDGE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1376 LOT 81 Acres 0.26 Roll Number 300609000311100 Teranet PIN 037740294 
Blue Heron Ridge 0424 - House - cobblestone and stucco Cambridge
 
6385 Address 435 BLUE HERON RIDGE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 190 LOT 110 PT LOTS 109 & 111 RP67R1883 PT 1 Acres 0.25 Roll Number 300609000310900 Teranet PIN 037880075 
Blue Heron Ridge 0435 - Cottage - stucco Cambridge
 
6386 Address 30 BLUEROCK CRES,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1388 LOT 38 Acres 0 Roll Number 300607002513100 Teranet PIN 038260057 
Bluerock Crescent 0030 - house - 2 storey Italianate stone Cambridge
 
6387 Address 1 BOND ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 LOT 189 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300607000400100 Teranet PIN 038140229 
Bond St. 0001 - House Cambridge
 
6388 Address 5 BOND ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 LOT 188 TOG WITH ROW Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300607000400200 Teranet PIN 038140228 
Bond St. 0005 - House - yellow brick Cambridge
 
6389 Address 11 BOND ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 L 185 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300607000400500 Teranet PIN 038140225 
Bond St. 0011 - House Cambridge
 
6390 Address 12 BOND ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 LOT 194 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300607000403100 Teranet PIN 038140195 
Bond St. 0012 - House Cambridge
 
6391 18 BOND ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 LOT 195 LOT 196 Acres 0.27 Roll Number 300607000403200 Teranet PIN 038140196 
Bond St. 0018 (house, stone, 2 storey High Victorian Gothic) Designated Cambridge
 
6392 Dr. Hughes house. In 1978 was in good condition. Bond St. 0018 (house, stone, 2 storey High Victorian Gothic) Designated Cambridge
 
6393 Address 24 BOND ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 LOT 198 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300607000403400 Teranet PIN 038140198 
Bond St. 0024 - House - clapboard iron cresting - "Jane Oliver House" Cambridge
 
6394 Address 27 BOND ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 LOT 180 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300607000401000 Teranet PIN 038140220 
Bond St. 0027 - House - cottage style with classical porch Cambridge
 
6395 17 BRANCHTON RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description CON 9 PT LOT 3 CON 10 PT LOT 3 PT CLSD ROAD ALLOW RP58R12017 PTS 1 & 2 Acres 1.87 Roll Number 300607006619800 Teranet PIN 038460009 
Branchton Rd. 0017 - school - stone - 1 storey Designated Cambridge
 
6396 Address 1791 BRANCHTON RD,
TOWNSHIP OF NORTH DUMFRIES Property Code Category FARM Survey Description CON 7 PT LOT 3 Acres 21 Roll Number 300104000101900 Teranet PIN 038570019

Address 1715 BRANCHTON RD,
TOWNSHIP OF NORTH DUMFRIES Property Code Category FARM Survey Description CON 7 PT LOT 3 Acres 21 Roll Number 300104000101900 Teranet PIN 038570019 
Branchton Rd. 1791 - House - 1 1/2 storey Cambridge
 
6397 Address 1 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 474 BLK H LOT 18 PT LOT 19 Acres 0.56 Roll Number 300606004704700 Teranet PIN 038050110 
Brant Rd. N. 0001 - House - "Gladenholme" Goldie House Cambridge
 
6398 Address 2 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 48 LOT 1 LOT 2 Acres 0.56 Roll Number 300606004705900 Teranet PIN 038010083 
Brant Rd. N. 0002 - House Cambridge
 
6399 Address 10 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 48 LOT 3 Acres 0.27 Roll Number 300606004706000 Teranet PIN 038010084 
Brant Rd. N. 0010 - House - Tudor Revival - brick and stone - Turnbull home Cambridge
 
6400 Address 11 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 474 BLK H LOT 20 PT LOT 19 Acres 0.34 Roll Number 300606004704800 Teranet PIN 038050109 
Brant Rd. N. 0011 - House Cambridge
 
6401 Address 15 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 474 BLK H LOT 21 Acres 0.3 Roll Number 300606004704900 Teranet PIN 038050108 
Brant Rd. N. 0015 -(house, Tudor Revival, brick & stucco) Cambridge
 
6402 Address 18 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 48 LOT 5 LOT 6 Acres 0.54 Roll Number 300606004706200 Teranet PIN 038010079 
Brant Rd. N. 0018 - House Cambridge
 
6403 Address 19 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 474 BLK H LOT 22 Acres 0.3 Roll Number 300606004705000 Teranet PIN 038050107 
Brant Rd. N. 0019 - House Cambridge
 
6404 Address 21 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 474 BLK H LOT 23 Acres 0.3 Roll Number 300606004705100 Teranet PIN 038050106 
Brant Rd. N. 0021 - House Cambridge
 
6405 Address 25 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 474 BLK H PT LOT 24 Acres 0.18 Roll Number 300606004705200 Teranet PIN 038050105 
Brant Rd. N. 0025 (house, Colonial Revival, 2 1/2 storey, brown brick) Cambridge
 
6406 Address 30 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 48 LOT 9 Acres 0.19 Roll Number 300606004706500 Teranet PIN 038010088 
Brant Rd. N. 0030 - house Cambridge
 
6407 Address 44 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 48 LOT 13 Acres 0.19 Roll Number 300606004706900 Teranet PIN 038010092 
Brant Rd. N. 0044 - House Cambridge
 
6408 Address 50 BRANT RD N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 48 LOT 15 PT LOT 14 Acres 0.21 Roll Number 300606004707100 Teranet PIN 038010094 
Brant Rd. N. 0050 - House Cambridge
 
6409 Address 26 BRANT RD S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 55 W PT LOT 4 W PT LOT 5 Acres 0.19 Roll Number 300606004805200 Teranet PIN 038020137 
Brant Rd. S. 0026 - House Cambridge
 
6410 Address 9 BRANT RD S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 277 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 PT LOT 7 Acres 0.33 Roll Number 300606004803900 Teranet PIN 038020143 
Brant Rd. S. 009 - House Cambridge
 
6411 Address 39 BROOK ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 LOT 114 PT LOT 113 Acres 0.1656 Roll Number 300607000501400 Teranet PIN 038140272 
Brook St. 0039 - House Cambridge
 
6412 Address 43 BROOK ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 LOT 112 PT LOT 113 Acres 0.25 Roll Number 300607000501500 Teranet PIN 038140273 
Brook St. 0043 - House - stone and wood Cambridge
 
6413 Address 1590 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 531 PT LOTS 80 TO 82 98 TO 100 RP 58R14025 PT 3 Acres 0.49092143 Roll Number 300609000404200 Teranet PIN 037860168 
Brown St. 0130 - House - stone formerly 1590 King St. E. Cambridge
 
6414 Address 12 BRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category N/A Survey Description N/A Acres 0 Roll Number 30060400280830108394 Teranet PIN 233440000 
Bruce St. 0016 - stone cottage gone Cambridge
 
6415 Address 31 BRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 4 S/S BRUCE ST RP 58R10421 PT 3 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300604002902600 Teranet PIN 038160321 
Bruce St. 0031 - house semi detached stone cottage Cambridge
 
6416 Address 33 BRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 5 S/S BRUCE RP58R10421 PT 1 Acres 0.08 Roll Number 300604002902700 Teranet PIN 038160320 
Bruce St. 0033 - house semi detached stone cottage Cambridge
 
6417 54 BRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 5 NS BRUCE ST RP67R714 PT 2 Acres 0.34 Roll Number 300608003003200 Teranet PIN 038160096 
Bruce St. 0054 - House - stone - 2 1/2 storey Cambridge
 
6418 Thomas & James Dalgleish both mason's mortaged property 1865. House exists by 1867. 2 story stone. Thomas was apparently the brother who resided there. Bruce St. 0054 - House - stone - 2 1/2 storey Cambridge
 
6419 59 BRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 441 PT LOT 43 PT LOT 44 Acres 0.19 Roll Number 300608003002300 Teranet PIN 038160143 
Bruce St. 0059 - House - stone - 2 1/2 storey Cambridge
 
6420 house, stone, Knox's Manse 1920-1959 Bruce St. 0059 - House - stone - 2 1/2 storey Cambridge
 
6421 Address 69 BRUCE ST, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 441 PT LOT 45 Acres 0.15 Roll Number 300608003002500 Teranet PIN 038160165

71 BRUCE ST, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 441 PT LOT 45 Acres 0.15 Roll Number 300608003002500 Teranet PIN 038160165 
Bruce St. 0069-71 - House - stone - 2 storey Designated Cambridge
 
6422 Address 77 BRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 441 PT LOT 63 PT LOT 64 Acres 0.15 Roll Number 300608003002800 Teranet PIN 038160190 
Bruce St. 0077 - House Cambridge
 
6423 Address 79 BRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 482 LOT 1 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300608003002900 Teranet PIN 038160189 
Bruce St. 0079 - House Cambridge
 
6424 Address 10 BYNG AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 291 PT LOT 17 PT LOT 18 RP67R2291 PT 4 Acres 0.15 Roll Number 300604004500300 Teranet PIN 038060020 
Byng Ave. 0010 - cottage style stuccoed frame house Designated Cambridge
 
6425 16 BYNG AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 291 LOT 19 Acres 1.05 Roll Number 300604004500500 Teranet PIN 038060018 
Byng Ave. 0016 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6426 This stone cottage was the home of William Dickson Jr. the son of the Hon. William Dickson, founder of Galt. It was built in 1832 and was intended to be the gatehouse for an even grander house that was never built. It too had a gatehouse. The building with the very steep roof at 10 Byng Avenue was the gatehouse for Kirkmichael. Byng Ave. 0016 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6427 Address 18 CALIFORNIA RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1061 LOT 3 Acres 0.36 Roll Number 300607006621600 Teranet PIN 226800048 
California Rd. 0018 - House Cambridge
 
6428 Cambridge Citadel Corps

Begun: 1884

According to the Dumfries Reformer of March 20, 1884, the Salvation Army arrived in Galt on Friday, March 14, 1884 and conducted meetings in the town that evening and on the following two days, the 15th and 16th as well. Handbills announcing the arrival of the Army had been circulated on March 10, 1884.

The Galt Corps was the 29th Salvation Army Corps established in Canada. Early meetings were held in the upstairs of the old fire hall on Water Street South and in the Temperance Hall which was located above  John Sloan's  grocery store on Water Street South, not far from the Main Street corner. Several years later property was acquired on Mill Street (later Ainslie Street South) and a two storey building was erected. This building was to serve the Galt Corps until 1950.

Land was purchased on Shade Street near Main Street (12 Shade Street) in October 1946 for a new Citadel. It was not until 1949, however, that work was begun. The cornerstone laying ceremony was conducted on Saturday, November 26, 1949 by Commissioner Charles Baugh. On June 3, 1950 a final service was held in the old hall on Ainslie Street, after which the Galt Corps marched to the new Citadel for the key turning ceremony. By the late 1970s additional space was again a necessity; a decision was made to enlarge the Shade Street Citadel rather than move to a larger property away from the centre of the city. The sod turning ceremony for the new Citadel which was to be attached to the north side of the older building was held on November 30, 1981. The last services held in that building were on Sunday September 5, 1982; services on the next three Sundays were held in the Young Peoples' Hall. The official opening and dedication of the new church was conducted by Commissioner Arthur Pitcher, Territorial Commander for Canada and Bermuda, on Saturday, October 2, 1982; the first services were held the next day, Sunday, October 3, 1982. The old church was converted into a new Young Peoples' Hall, used for services and meetings, with a large, efficient kitchen adjacent to it.

The first Commanding Officer in Galt was  Captain Fred Galletley  who was affectionately referred to as "Lightning Fred." Other early officers (1884-1885) were Captains James Ludgate, George Fisher and Mary Powell. Of interest: in August 1885, Doon was considered an Outpost of Galt. In 1888 the Galt Corps was seeking followers in Preston.

Records:
Dedication dates: 1978- Location of records: at church
Marriage dates: 1973- Location of records: at church
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Soldiers' enrolment: 1921- Location of records: at church

Located at the church also are two Corps History Books: 1926-1980, and 1981 to the present. Salvation Army records at the Army's Heritage Centre (Archives and Museum) on Bayview Avenue in Toronto are available to researchers subject to certain conditions. Contact the Archives at (416) 481-4441 for further information.

[ADDRESSS/LOCATION: 16 Shade St., Cambridge, ON N1R 4J5 - located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 623-1221.]
References: Cant 1915:66; R. Taylor 1986.

Church History: History of Cambridge (Galt) Citadel Corps 1884-1984, 1984. 2 pps.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Cambridge Citadel Corps (Salvation Army) Cambridge
 
6429 The Galt Corps was the 29th Salvation Army Corps established in Canada. Early meetings were held in the upstairs of the old fire hall on Water Street South and in the Temperance Hall which was located above  John Sloan's  grocery store on Water Street South, not far from the Main Street corner. Several years later property was acquired on Mill Street (later Ainslie Street South) and a two storey building was erected. This building was to serve the Galt Corps until 1950.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Cambridge Citadel Corps (Salvation Army) Cambridge
 
6430 Address 12 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOTS 5 AND 7 N NORTH ST PT LOT 7 W CAMBRIDGE ST RP 58R16583 PTS 3 5 7 8 10 TO 12 Acres 0.244777 Roll Number 300604000103400 Teranet PIN 038150047 
Cambridge St. 0012 - stone double semi-detached cottage Cambridge
 
6431 Address 37 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 PT LOT 6 RP 67R1131 PT 1 Acres 0.12 Roll Number 300604000102500 Teranet PIN 038150062 
Cambridge St. 0037 - house clapboard Cambridge
 
6432 Address 46 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 LOT 10 W/S CAMBRIDGE ST PT LOT 17 E/S AINSLIE ST Acres 0.29 Roll Number 300604000104405 Teranet PIN 038150359 
Cambridge St. 0046 - House - brick and plaster Cambridge
 
6433 Address 56 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 LOT 8 Acres 0.21 Roll Number 300604000104700 Teranet PIN 038150028

Address 58 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 LOT 8 Acres 0.21 Roll Number 300604000104700 Teranet PIN 038150028 
Cambridge St. 0056-58 - house stucco over clapboard Designated Cambridge
 
6434 Address 61 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 PT PARK LOT 4 RP 67R878 PT 2 Acres 0.132158 Roll Number 300604000103100 Teranet PIN 038150056 
Cambridge St. 0061 - house (one of three identical Italianate yellow brick) Cambridge
 
6435 Address 65 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 PT LOT 4 RP 67R878 PT 1 Acres 0.129973 Roll Number 300604000103200 Teranet PIN 038150055 
Cambridge St. 0065 - house (one of three identical Italianate yellow brick) Cambridge
 
6436 Address 67 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 PT PARK LOT 4 Acres 0.13 Roll Number 300604000103300 Teranet PIN 038150054 
Cambridge St. 0067 - house (one of three identical Italianate yellow brick) Cambridge
 
6437 Address 92 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 475 LOT 9 LOT 11 BLK B PT BLK C Acres 0.47 Roll Number 300604000300300 Teranet PIN 03814008 
Cambridge St. 0092 - House - yellow brick Cambridge
 
6438 2 story stone stable/barn. In 1978 was listed as fair condition. Built by James Blain Cambridge St. 0124 - stable/barn - stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6439 Address 124 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 PT LOT 136 TO PT LOT 138 RP67R2808 PT 2 Acres 0.13 Roll Number 300607000505000 Teranet PIN 038140285 
Cambridge St. 0124 - stable/barn - stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6440 Address 28 CAMERON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 441 LOT 52 Acres 0.17 Roll Number 300608003005500 Teranet PIN 038160155 
Cameron St. 0028 - House - stucco - Designated Cambridge
 
6441 Address 27 CAROLINIAN LANE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 9 SUB DIV PT LOT 3 WGR RP58R12404 PT 6 Acres 0.4 Roll Number 300605007011770 Teranet PIN 038280431 
Carolinian Lane 0027 - Ontario Gothic stone farmhouse Designated Cambridge
 
6442 Central Presbyterian Church

Begun: 1880

A United Presbyterian congregation was formed on April 6, 1857 by Rev. John M. King, and a church was built at the junction of Metcalfe Street and the Blair Road. The church was renamed The Second Canada Presbyterian Church in 1861 and then Melville Presbyterian Church on January 7, 1866. In early 1870 the church was joined by the members of the short-lived Bayne Church and the name was changed to Union Presbyterian Church; it then became Central Presbyterian Church (with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church) on May 18, 1880.  Rev. James A.R. Dickson  had been called to Union Church on October 14, 1879 and therefore assumed the ministry for the new joint congregaton. Rev. Dr. Dickson was to remain minister until forced to retire in January 1914 due to ill health. Ministers who followed him were Revs. M.B. Davidson (1914-1952) and David Gowdy (1952-1974).

On July 26, 1880, the cornerstone for a new stone church was laid; nearly two years later, on March 5, 1882, the opening sermons were preached in the new church. The gallery was added in 1889 and in 1905 electric lighting was installed. The church bells date from the following year, 1906. Many years later a large addition was constructed for office, meeting and Christian Education space; it was opened and dedicated on April 10, 1954.

Records:
Baptism dates: 1880- Location of records: at church
Marriage dates: 1880- Location of records: at church
Burial dates: 1880- Location of records: at church

The church holds the 1832-1875 St. Andrew's Church baptismal records, as well as records of other early Galt Presbyterian churches. The Communion Rolls 1852-1953, which include United, Second Canada, Melville and Union Churches, are also at the church. Marriages for 1851-1899, which include St. Andrew's, are on microfilm at the Cambridge Public Library. At the Archives of Ontario: Baptisms 1832-1902 and Marriages 1851-1899. The Church of Latter-Day Saints microfilm 0204131 contains Baptisms 1879-1902 and Marriages 1898-1899. Refer also to Huber (1986) for early marriages.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: Queen's Sq, Cambridge, ON - located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 623-1080.]
References: Barrie, WHS 1982(70):8-14; Dickson 1904:64,89-90,106,129,136; Presbyterian Church; A. Taylor 1970:198; R. Taylor 1986; Young 1880:204.

Church Histories: 1) Dickson, James A.R. "Ebenezer." A History of Central Presbyterian Church, Galt, Ontario. Toronto: William Briggs, 1904. 2) Barrie, James R. A Century at Central 1882-1982. Ayr: Ayr News, 19821a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011]

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United, Second Canada, and Melville Presbyterian Churches

Begun: 1857 Closed: 1870

Rev. John M. King, representing the United Presbyterian Church, arrived in Galt in the Fall of 1856. A new congregation was formed in January 1857. Rev. John Duff from Elora presided at the official organization of this new congregation (Presbytery of Wellington) on April 7, 1857; the congregation was said to number 135. The first church building was located at the corner of Metcalfe Street and the Blair Road; the first pastor was the Rev. John James, who was inducted as minister to the congregation on September 29, 1857.

In 1861 the United Presbyterian Church and the (Free) Presbyterian Church united to form the Canada Presbyterian Church. The church is recorded in the First Annual Minutes of the new organization as "Galt, 2nd Congregation" (Canada Presbyterian Church 1862:5). The "first" was Knox Presbyterian Church. Rev. William T. Murdoch (1862-1870) was ordained on September 10, 1862, and on the same day was inducted as the first minister of the church as Canada Presbyterian.

The church was renamed Melville Presbyterian Church as decided at a congregational meeting on January 7, 1866. In the autumn of 1869 dissatisfied Knox Church members left to form the short-lived Bayne Church which joined with Melville on April 13, 1870 to become Union Presbyterian Church. In 1875 the Presbyterian Church in Canada was formed from the Canada Presbyterian Church, the Presbyterian Church of Canada in Connection with the Church of Scotland, and two other Presbyterian churches. On May 18, 1880 Union Church joined with the St. Andrew's congregation to become Central Presbyterian Church.

Records:
Baptism dates: 1857-1870 Location of records: Central Presbyterian Church
Marriage dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

The following records are currently located at Central Presbyterian Church: 1) United Presbyterian Church - Baptism rolls (includes Melville) 1857-70, Communion Rolls 1857-1863, Session Minute Books 1858-1863; and 2) Second Canada Presbyterian Church - Record Book 1860-1870, Communicants' Roll (includes Melville) 1863-1870. On microfilm at the Cambridge Public Library: the Baptism Roll Book (including Melville) for United Presbyterian Church, 1857-1870; indexed. Baptisms 1857-1870 are on The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints microfilm 0204131.

References: Barrie 1982; Canada Presbyterian Church; Cant 1915:52-58; Dickson 1904: 31,53,64,89-90; A. Taylor 1970:198; R. Taylor 1986; United Presbyterian Church; Young 1880:204.
Church History: See Central Presbyterian Church history.2a

2aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Central Presbyterian Church - 7 Queen's Square Cambridge
 
6443 1325 CHILLIGO RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category FARM Survey Description TRACT GERMAN COMPANY PT LOT 127 RP 58R2007 PT 1 CL Acres 31.55 Roll Number 300614002011300 Teranet PIN 227390009 
Chilligo Rd. 1325 - house - stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6444 Address 7 CHURCHILL DR,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 489 LOT 2 Acres 0.15 Roll Number 300606004810700 Teranet PIN 038020155 
Churchill Dr. 0007 Designated Cambridge
 
6445 26 COLBORNE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 PT LOT 19 Acres 0.152076 Roll Number 300604000105900 Teranet PIN 038150035 
Colborne St. 0026 - House - stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6446 28 COLBORNE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 PT LOT 12 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300604000106000 Teranet PIN 038150034
30 COLBORNE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 PT LOT 12 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300604000106000 Teranet PIN 038150034 
Colborne St. 0028-30 - house - stone - duplex Designated Cambridge
 
6447 Address 570 CONCESSION RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 116 PT LOT 61 Acres 0.19760519 Roll Number 300611000711900 Teranet PIN 226500013 
Concession Rd. 0570 - stone house Designated Cambridge
 
6448 Allenby retired in 1904 and died in England in 1910. The house passed to his daughter, Ruth, who married William Philip on September 18, 1900. It appears that Ruth and William lived in the house from at least the early 1900's. William was born in Fergus and came to Galt in 1899 as manager of the Galt branch of the Imperial Bank of Canada. William took over as manager of the Galt branch of the Royal Bank of Canada in 1909 and remained there until he retired in February 1934. Ruth died in 1932. William was appointed as a member of the Grand River Conservation Authority in 1934 and served on the commission for 20 years, 18 of them as chairman. He was also a director of the Gore Mutual Insurance Co. from 1933 to 1964, served as president of the company and in 1961 was chairman of the board. He died on April 6, 1964. One report says that Mr. Philip lived in the house until his death at the age of 93. Another source says that he died in Marsdale Manor. Research did not turn up any conclusive evidence either way but the latter information seems more likely since the occupant of the house after the mid-1950's is listed as William A. Philip, one William and Ruth's four sons. William A. lived in the house until 1971 when he sold it to John C. Heutinck, the proprietor of Heutinck Nursing Home, later called Hilltop Manor Nursing Home, 42 Elliott St. The nursing home, is still (2004) listed as the owner of the property. The house appears to have been used as a residence by Mr. Heutinck and his wife, Margaret, until the early to mid-1990's after which it was uninhabited.1a

1aPrepared by Jim Quantrell Archivist City of Cambridge Archives July 8, 2004

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On Wednesday, the city took possession of the dilapidated stone home at 65 Concession St. in a bid to save the city landmark and clean up a neighbourhood problem. The once proud residence has fallen into disrepair in recent years. It had become a hangout, portions of the building have been torched by vandals, and police and fire trucks are constantly being called to the building. Last month, city council authorized the purchase of the property for $150,000, saving the building from a date with the wrecking ball.2a

2aCambridge Times 22 Aug 2009 
Concession St. 0065 - House - stone - abt 1870 Cambridge
 
6449 97 CONCESSION ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INSTITUTIONAL Survey Description PLAN 445 PT LOT 14 RP 67R999 PT 2 Acres 0.360663 Roll Number 300602003302700 Teranet PIN 038350035 
Concession St. 0097 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6450 Address 91 COOPER ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 802 PT LOT 73 Acres 0.28 Roll Number 300615000900700 Teranet PIN 037590131 
Cooper St. 0091 (house, clapboard, "Zryd House") Designated Cambridge
 
6451 Address 71 COWAN BLVD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 1414 PT BLK 134 Acres 8.18 Roll Number 300607006725400 Teranet PIN 226590223 
Cowan Blvd. 0516 -Duncan Ferguson homestead Designated Cambridge
 
6452 Address 2 CRESCENT PL,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 473 LOT 2 IN BLK F Acres 0.4 Roll Number 300604004500800 Teranet PIN 038050111 
Crescent Place 0002 - House Queen Anne Style Designated Cambridge
 
6453 Limestone construction Crescent Place 0002 - House Queen Anne Style Designated Cambridge
 
6454 11 CROMBIE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 462 LOT 89 Acres 0.16 Roll Number 300605006100300 Teranet PIN 226780025 
Crombie St. 0011 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6455 Address 40 DICKSON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 4 N DICKSON PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PT PT 14 Acres 0.15174365 Roll Number 300604001603400 Teranet PIN 038150368

Address 36 DICKSON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 4 N DICKSON PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PT PT 14 Acres 0.15174365 Roll Number 300604001603400 Teranet PIN 038150368 
Dickson St. 0040 - Cambridge Farmers' Market Designated Cambridge
 
6456 Cambridge Farmers' Market

40 Dickson St., Cambridge www.cambridge.ca

Architect: F.W. Mellish

Year Built: 1887; 1896 This market has been in operation since about 1830, making it the third-oldest market in the country. The one-storey section is the older of the two buildings. The two-storey, red-brick market building was designed in the Romanesque Revival style. The arcaded tower entrance gives access from both Dickson and Ainslie Streets.1a
    
1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Dickson St. 0040 - Cambridge Farmers' Market Designated Cambridge
 
6457 Address 46 DICKSON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 1 TO 5 E CAMBRIDGE ST LOTS 1 TO 3 PT LOTS 4 AND 5 W WELLINGTON ST LOTS 5 TO 8 PT LOT 4 N DICKSON ST P Acres 3.929049 Roll Number 300604001603700 Teranet PIN 038150365 
Dickson St. 0046 Designated See Cambridge Historic City Hall Cambridge
 
6458 Cambridge Historic City Hall

46 Dickson St., Cambridge www.cambridge.ca

Architect: H. B. Sinclair

Year Built: 1857

Cambridge Historic City Hall was started in 1857 and completed in 1858. In 2010, an extensive renovation project was completed that saw the historic and new city halls linked, the third-floor council chambers updated, a new entrance on the ground floor built, new exterior stairs to the second floor main entrance reinstated and a new elevator installed.1a
    
1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Dickson St. 0046 Designated See Cambridge Historic City Hall Cambridge
 
6459 Address 56 DICKSON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 1 TO 5 E CAMBRIDGE ST LOTS 1 TO 3 PT LOTS 4 AND 5 W WELLINGTON ST LOTS 5 TO 8 PT LOT 4 N DICKSON ST P Acres 3.929049 Roll Number 300604001603700 Teranet PIN 038150365 
Dickson St. 0056 - Firehall Designated Cambridge
 
6460 Fire Hall Museum and Education Centre 56 Dickson St., Cambridge

http://web.me.com/firehallmus.edcentre/museum/Welcome.html

Architect: F.W. Mellish
Year Built: 1898; addition c.1910
Housed in a magnificent nineteenth century, red brick fire hall, the Fire Hall Museum and Education Centre was built in the Romanesque Revival style. The four-storey, pyramidal-roofed hose tower set it apart from the crowd. Designed by local architect Fred Mellish and designated under the Ontario Heritage Act, the centre is one of the gems of the Cambridge civic square.1a

1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Dickson St. 0056 - Firehall Designated Cambridge
 
6461 Cambridge Centre for the Arts

60 Dickson St., Cambridge www.cambridgecentreforthearts.ca
Architect: F.C. Bodley Year Built: 1922

The Art Deco style former Public Utilities Commission Building is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act for its cultural heritage significance, and noted for its symmetry and understated detailing. Architect F.C. Bodley also designed the nearby Galt Arena Gardens. Interior brick walls and natural light from the large window bays are used to great effect in the Cambridge Centre for the Arts spaces.1a
    
1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Dickson St. 0060 (former Public Utilities Commission Building) Cambridge
 
6462 Doon Christadelphian Church

Begun: c.1865 Closed: c.1916

The Christadelphians in the Blair area may have worshipped at first in the Baptist Church in Blair, which was built c.1851, until they built a meeting house of their own. Christadelphian history in the area is partially connected with  Rev. James Sim . He had been ordained a Baptist minister in 1841 and is reported to have preached in the Blair area from c.1845-c.1860. Sometime during this period he left the Baptist Church for the Christadelphian as did many of his followers in the Blair-Preston area. Pastor Sim, or Elder Sim as he was said to be called, died in Waterloo in 1880.

In the same year, 1880, a new church was built by the Christadelphians on Richmond Street (now Old Mill Road) in Doon. The frame building was covered with red brick in 1889 - the datestone on the church read "Christadelphian Meeting House 1889". This church was in use until 1916 when it was closed. It was later sold in 1936 to Margaret Ross who used it as a residence until her death in 1971. The building deteriorated so badly during the next decade that it was considered unsafe and therefore was demolished in 1981.

Records:
Baptism dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Marriage dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

References: Doon & Blair W.I.; Heritage Cambridge 1976:10; Hoops 19811a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Doon Christadelphian Church Congregation and Building Gone Cambridge
 
6463 Preston School Apartments

601 Duke St., Cambridge www.fairviewmennonitehomes.com/fairview/services/independent.htm

Architect: Gerald Musselman; Mark/Musselman/McIntyre/Combe Architects (1979)
Year Built: 1853-1892. Renovated 1979 Preston School Apartments has struggled through history. Built using indigenous stone, the school was the first to offer free education in Upper Canada. Ravaged by fire and slated for demolition, the historic Central Public School building was renovated and preserved as seniors housing.1a

1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Duke St. 0601 (School converted to seniors' apartments) Cambridge
 
6464 6 ELGIN ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 443 W PT LOT 138 W PT LOT 137 Acres 0.22 Roll Number 300608002203100 Teranet PIN 038200231 
Elgin St. N. 0006 (House - stone) Cambridge
 
6465 Address 55 FALLBROOK LANE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 RP58R9846 PTS 3,4&5 CL Acres 2.16 Roll Number 300610002703820 Teranet PIN 037720057 
Fallbrook Lane 0055 Cambridge
 
6466 Original owner Abraham Bechtel Fallbrook Lane 0055 Cambridge
 
6467 58 FALLBROOK LANE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SURVEY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 3 RP67R3902 PT 1 Acres 0.68 Roll Number 300610002703801 Teranet PIN 037720055 
Fallbrook Lane 0058 - House - stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6468 The house is thought to have been built by John Bechtel as he is listed in 1834 as the owner. The property was sold by 1856 to the Bowman family. Fallbrook Lane 0058 - House - stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6469 Ferguson Cottage

Designated

37 Grand Ave. S., Cambridge

Year Built: ca. 1836

Ferguson Cottage, one of the earliest surviving Scottish stone cottages in Cambridge, was the home of William Ferguson, a blacksmith from Scotland. It remained in the Ferguson family for about 80 years. The tiny, designated heritage building, built of local stone, is now the home of the Galt Horticultural Society.1a

1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Ferguson Cottage Designated Cambridge
 
6470 First United Church

Begun: 1824

An Associate Synod of North America [Presbyterian] congregation, with its base in the United States, the Church's original communion rolls give the date of organization as July 8, 1824. The first church building was erected in late 1828 or early 1829, and was enlarged in 1841. The church often was referred to as Strang's Meeting House for  Rev. James Strang  who arrived in Galt in 1832 and who was ordained minister to the congregation on July 3, 1833.

The Associate Synod of North America, to which the congregation belonged, was "the American counterpart of the Antiburgher wing of the Scottish Secession" (Grant 1988:72). It is of interest to note that when the cornerstone for the new Town Hall was laid in 1857 Rev. James Strang was referred to as the minister of the United Secession Church. The United Presbyterian Church of North America was formed on May 26, 1858, the result of a union of several groups including the Associate Synod Church. In 1863, the frame meeting house was replaced by the present stone building; the official opening was on April 24, 1863. (The date stone above the front door reads: United Presbyterian Church 1863.)

In early 1907 the congregation held a vote to determine whether or not to disassociate itself from the American church body and join the Presbyterian Church in Canada. The vote was strongly in favour of this change. Release from the United Presbyterian Church was granted on May 13, 1907. The following week the church, now known as First Presbyterian Church, received its official welcome to its new church association at a Guelph Presbytery meeting. In 1925 First Church was the only Presbyterian congregation in Galt to vote for union with the Methodist, Congregational and some Presbyterian churches to form the United Church of Canada, thereby becoming First United Church.

Records:
Baptism dates: 1833- Location of records: at church
Marriage dates: 1835- Location of records: at church
Burial dates: 1833- Location of records: at church

At the Archives of Ontario: Baptisms 1833-1900, Marriages 1835-1903, Burials 1855-1907, and the Communion Roll 1824-1889. At the Presbyterian Church Archives: Baptisms 1833-1899, Marriages 1835-1899, Burials 1855-1899, Congregational Book 1828-1899, and Communion Roll 1824-1879. Records on microfilm at the Cambridge Public Library include Baptisms 1833-1903, Marriages 1835-1903, and Burials 1833-1907. Refer also to Huber (1986) for early marriages. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints microfilm 0204144 contains Session Minutes 1849-1895, Congregational Records 1829-1899, Baptisms 1833-1902, Marriages 1835-1903, Deaths 1855-1906, and Communion Rolls 1824-1903.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: 15 Wellington St., Cambridge, ON N1R 3Y4 - located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 621-8441.]
References: Cant 1915:25-29; Dickson, WHS 1977(65):15; Grant 1988:72,78; Hamilton 1941:25-26; Quantrell, WHS 1988(76):113; A. Taylor 1949:13; A. Taylor 1970:188,196,286; A. Taylor, WHS 1974(62):30; R. Taylor 1986; Young 1880:83.
Church History: Taylor, Andrew W. Banners Unfurled. The History of First United Church, Galt, 1824-1949. Galt: Galt Printers, 1949.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
First United Church - stone Cambridge
 
6471 2 storey fieldstone house, in 2009 in good condition. Fisher Mills Rd. 0164 (House - fieldstone - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6472 "Final Guest Leaves Hotel" Chapter in History Of Preston Springs Ends Sunday Evening

Preston, March 1 - A chapter in the history of Preston Springs was ended last evening when the final guest at this rest, health, and pleasure resort checked out and the building was closed to the public.  Known throughout America, this modern hotel where medical, surgical and therapeutic service attracted guests from distant parts of the country, operated under the name of Preston Springs since 1924.  The original building was known as the Del Monte and was vacant for some years until the Preston Springs opened, the original building being enlarged and entirely renovated.

Remove Fittings


Work of removing luxurious fittings of the hotel is now in progress in readiness for the building to be taken over this week by the Royal Canadian Navy for the duration of the war and six months thereafter as an extension of the Galt naval training establishment for women, H.M.C.S. Bytown II.  The gallery of oil paintings, lobby furniture and drapes, bedroom fittings, hospital and surgical equipment is all to be removed this week.  In the bedrooms a dresser, straight-back chair and desk is to be left in each instance, but other bedroom furniture is to be removed.  It is understood that new furniture for the "Wrens" is now here and will be installed in the hotel this week.  Modern kitchen equipment at the hotel will be left for the use of the "Wrens" it is understood.

Naval Officials Here


Acquisition of this building will permit H.M.C.S. Bytown II to have a full complement of 500 Wrens.  Naval service officials have been in Preston and Galt for the past week completing arrangements and preparing to take over the building and suitably equip it for its new duties.  It is understood that immediate plans calls for a quarters' officer from the Galt establishment to be in charge here, under command of Galt.  Supply assistants, captains' writers and pay writers will receive extension training in Preston following their basic training in Galt.  The local quarters will also provide additional accommodation for "Wrens" awaiting draft.

March 1, 1943, p. 12 Kitchener Record by Record Correspondent 
Fountain St. 0102 (former Preston Springs Hotel - Hotel Del Monte) Designated Cambridge
 
6473 Address 102 FOUNTAIN ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INSTITUTIONAL Survey Description PLAN 730 PT LOT 4 RP67R2621 PT 4 Acres 0.671255 Roll Number 300611002507700 Teranet PIN 037690215 
Fountain St. 0102 (former Preston Springs Hotel - Hotel Del Monte) Designated Cambridge
 
6474 Protection for some heritage properties

The City of Cambridge is moving to protect several heritage properties in the oldest section of the city.
At its general committee meeting Monday night, council moved to add 149 King St. W., 154 Fountain St. and the millrace section of the King Street Bridge to the city's heritage properties registry.
The two 19th century yellow brick homes and the bridge span were first identified as being culturally significant during the environmental assessment study being carried out by the Region of Waterloo.
The study was developed as part of  planned improvements for the stretch of King and Fountain Streets between Shantz Hill Road and Eagle Street.
The city's heritage advisory committee agreed that the structures should be added to the registry and put the request to council.
General committee also approved the staff recommendation after hearing that neither the region nor property owners objected. Council will make a final decision Monday.1a

1aCambridgeTimes.ca 16 Jun 2011 
Fountain St. 0154 - House - brick Cambridge
 
6475 In 2012 this house is empty and apparently to be demolished. Fountain St. N. 0600 (house, 2 storey, brick) Cambridge
 
6476 138 FOUNTAIN ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 522 PT LOT 1 Acres 0.15 Roll Number 300611002507600 Teranet PIN 037690216 
Fountain St. S. 0138 (House - stone - brick - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6477 Freeport United Church Doon Heritage Crossroads

Begun: 1861 Closed: 1961

A church congregation, which was at first on the Waterloo Circuit of the United Brethren in Christ Church, was organized at Freeport in 1860 by Rev. S.L. Downey. A church was built, and dedicated in 1861 [on part Lot 13, Beasley's Broken Front (B.B.F.)]. The church was located not far from the south side of the bridge over the Grand River at Freeport, on the west side of what is now known as old Highway 8. Freeport was added to the Woolwich Circuit of the United Brethren in Christ in 1877. The Quarterly Conference of September 1, 1877 was held at Freeport; the Financial Report from that meeting lists Freeport for the first time.

When a split occurred in the United Brethren in Christ Church in 1889, the Freeport church was part of the group which later joined with the Congregational Church in 1906. The Congregationals then joined with the Methodists and some Presbyterian congregations to form the United Church of Canada on June 10, 1925. In 1944 the coal oil lamps in the church were replaced by electricity at the same time that the church was redecorated.

The Freeport church held its 100th Anniversary service on June 11, 1961 but disbanded in the Fall of the same year; members of the congregation who wished to do so became charter members of Christ the King United Church, Kitchener. In 1962 the church building was relocated to Doon Heritage Crossroads as a gift from the United Church of Canada. The hand on the steeple is from the old St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church at Bridgeport which was built on Lancaster Street in 1889.

Records:
Baptism dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Marriage dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

The location of the church records is unknown but there are references to the church at the United Church Archives in the Circuit Register of the Waterloo Circuit of the United Brethren in Christ for 1878-1907. In addition, two Sunday School Record Books for 1903-1919 and 1919-1946 are at Doon Heritage Crossroads. The Waterloo Circuit Marriage Register 1898-1931, also at the United Church Archives, may contain references to Freeport. A transcription of the early records from St. Paul's United Church, Preston, by Dona Madill (1986a) contains references to Freeport residents.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: Doon Heritage Crossroads, R.R. 2, Kitchener, ON N2G 3W5 - on the Huron Road in east Kitchener, off Homer Watson Blvd., open May 1-Dec 31; 748-1914.]
References: Getz 1964; Sherk, WHS 1924(12):105; R. Taylor 1986; United Brethren in Christ Church; WHS 1961(49):69-71; Waterloo Trust 1967; Zimmerman, WHS 1964(52):40.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Freeport United Church Moved to Doon Heritage Crossroads Cambridge
 
6478 from 1897 Jubilee Souvenir of Galt Galt Collegiate Institute Designated Cambridge
 
6479 Galt Free Methodist

Lincoln Park Free Methodist Church

Begun: 1876
    
A group of thirteen people who had been holding prayer meetings in Galt were organized in 1876 into a Free Methodist Society by Rev. Charles H. Sage of the North Michigan Conference. Galt was the first Free Methodist congregation in Canada. Rev. D.D. Marston (1877-1878) was the first resident minister, followed by James Craig (1879) and J.H. Winter (1880). The Canada Conference of the Free Methodist Church was organized at a meeting in Galt in 1880.

Early services of the Galt Free Methodist Church were held in a house on Brook Street owned by Mr. & Mrs. E. Rhodes until a church was built. The first parsonage was built in 1904 on land donated by J. Ballantine. In 1909, when J.A. Fletcher was minister, the church and parsonage were sold and a downtown church was built at 37 Wellington St. An adjacent building was purchased for a parsonage. In May 1953 the sod was turned for a new church on South Street at Centre Street; a basement church was opened in October of that year; the upper part of the church was built c.1956.

Records:
Baptism dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Marriage dates unknown Location of records: unknown
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: 31 South St., Cambridge, ON N1R 2N6 - in the Galt section of Cambridge; 621-7722.]
References: Cant 1915:71-72; R. Taylor 1986.
Church History: Campbell, J.A. History of the Galt Free Methodist Church, 1956.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Galt Free Methodist Church Multiple locations Cambridge
 
6480 Now known as Lincoln Park Free Methodist Church. Galt Free Methodist Church Multiple locations Cambridge
 
6481 Original owner was William and Andrew Bell in 1880 it was converted to a passenger station for the Grand Trunk Railway when the railway was extended along George St. George St. N. 0033 (House - stone - 1 storey) Cambridge
 
6482 37 GEORGE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 LOT 14 Acres 0.17 Roll Number 300604004602000 Teranet PIN 226630044 
George St. N. 0077 (House - stone - 1 storey) Cambridge
 
6483 Address 39 GRAND AVE N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 10 Acres 0.218592 Roll Number 300604004605100 Teranet PIN 226630049 
Grand Ave. N. 0039 (House - stucco - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6484 Address 44 GRAND AVE N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 38 Acres 0 Roll Number 300604004607500 Teranet PIN 226630039

Address 42 GRAND AVE N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 38 RP67R1746 PT 1 Acres 0 Roll Number 300604004607400 Teranet PIN 226630042 
Grand Ave. N. 0042 - 44 (House - stone - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6485 57 GRAND AVE N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 444 LOT 7 Acres 0.25 Roll Number 300604004605300 Teranet PIN 226630061 
Grand Ave. N. 0057 (House - stone - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6486 Ferguson Cottage

Designated

37 Grand Ave. S., Cambridge

Year Built: ca. 1836

Ferguson Cottage, one of the earliest surviving Scottish stone cottages in Cambridge, was the home of William Ferguson, a blacksmith from Scotland. It remained in the Ferguson family for about 80 years. The tiny, designated heritage building, built of local stone, is now the home of the Galt Horticultural Society.1a

1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Grand Ave. S. 0037 (stone cottage - Ferguson Cottage Designated ) Cambridge
 
6487 79 GRAND AVE S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description P 456 PT L 57 TO 59 PL D10 PT LTS 23 &24 PT LANE RP67R 2635 PTS 1,3,6,9,12,13 & 18 Acres 0.68 Roll Number 300604005607100 Teranet PIN 038060096 
Grand Ave. S. 0079 -(building - stone - 3 storeys) Cambridge
 
6488 87 GRAND AVE S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOTS 59 & 60 RP67R2405 PTS 2 & 3 Acres 0.120221 Roll Number 300604005607300 Teranet PIN 038060098 
Grand Ave. S. 0087 (house - stone - 1 storey) Cambridge
 
6489 SCHEDULE "B" TO BY-LAW 58-88 OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE ARCHITECTURAL DESCRIPTION

89 Grand Avenue South is an excellent example of a mid- 19th Century coursed grey granite Ontario Cottage. Located in the heritage conservation recognition area identified as "Galt's Core" and built circa 1858, this one (1) storey cottage with a hipped roof and gabled summer-kitchen wing is also a good example of a worker's residence. John McDougall, the first occupant, was a carpenter at Goldie and McCulloch for twenty-five (25) years before his retirement in 1876. The superb grey granite wall fabric is punctuated by Welsh arches and quoins in a contrasting limestone. The central main entry features rectangular transom light and side windows with a corresponding exterior storm ensemble.

REASONS FOR DESIGNATION
It dates from an early period in the development of the City's communities; it is a representative example of a method of construction now rarely used; it is a good, and representative example-of its architectural style or period of building; and it makes an important contribution to the urban streetscape of which it forms a part. 
Grand Ave. S. 0089- Stone cottage - McDougall Cottage Designated Cambridge
 
6490 Address 117 GRAND AVE S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 451 PT LOTS 1 & 2 ES GRAND AV RP67R3742 PTS 17 & 18 FP10-52 FP10-53 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300604005903700 Teranet PIN 226780005

Address 119 GRAND AVE S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 451 PT LOTS 1 & 2 ES GRAND AV RP67R3742 PTS 17 & 18 FP10-52 FP10-53 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300604005903700 Teranet PIN 226780005 
Grand Ave. S. 0117 - 119 - Gothic Revival Duplex - granite Cambridge
 
6491 137 GRAND AVE S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 451 PT LOT 7 PT LANE PLAN 460 PT LOT 1 ES GRAND AVE RP67R3742 PTS 3 & 4 Acres 0.25 Roll Number 300604005904300 Teranet PIN 226780224 
Grand Ave. S. 0137 (House - stone - 1 storey) Cambridge
 
6492 In the process of being converted to lofts. Guelph Ave - 0019-20 (Factory, stone) Cambridge
 
6493 Constructed for William A. Kribs a lumber and sawmill businessman which he took over from his father and later turned it into factory which manufactured Simiplicity washing machines later named Englis. Later this home was owned by Robert Barbour. Guelph Ave - 0151 (stone house) Cambridge
 
6494 152 GUELPH AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 803 PT LOT 14 PLAN 796 PT LOT 6 Acres 1.17 Roll Number 300614000108700 Teranet PIN 037570276 
Guelph Ave - 0152 (House - stone - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6495 170 GUELPH AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 546 PT LOTS 1 2 & 3 IN BLK A PT 1 2 58R8106 Acres 0.18 Roll Number 300614000108600 Teranet PIN 226310437 
Guelph Ave - 0170 (House - stone) Cambridge
 
6496 The Forbes Estate is the grandest and one of the most impressive homes in Hespeler. Built by George Duthie Forbes and wife Amy Ellis for their brother-in-law, Zarariah Hall husband of Margaret Forbes. Guelph Ave - 0171 (House, stone) Cambridge
 
6497 Address 318 GUELPH AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 804 PT LOT 3 Acres 0.53 Roll Number 300614000107000 Teranet PIN 226300020 
Guelph Ave - 0318 (house, 2 storey, frame, Georgian) Cambridge
 
6498 Constructed by Jacob Hespeler, white framed 2 storey in Georgian style. Later owned by R. H. Knowles about 1877. Later owned by Doug and Jinny Craig. Guelph Ave - 0318 (house, 2 storey, frame, Georgian) Cambridge
 
6499 Address 40 HOPETON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 440 PT LTS 7 TO 9 W/S HOPETON ST RP67R2048 PT 2 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300603000709901 Teranet PIN 038070094 
Hopeton St. 0040 (house - stone - 1 1/2 storeys Designated ) Cambridge
 
6500 41 HOPETON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 440 PT LT 6 RP67R814 PTS 1-2 RP67R489 PT 3 Acres 0 Roll Number 300603000708600 Teranet PIN 038070100 
Hopeton St. 0041 (house - stone - 1 1/2 storeys) Cambridge
 
6501 This granite stone cottage with Gothic details was originally the water pumping station for the Town of Galt. The building now the home of Galt Monuments. Some original building elements are visible inside. (2009) Hopeton St. 0041 (house - stone - 1 1/2 storeys) Cambridge
 
6502 90 KENMORE AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1252 LOT 16 Acres 1.09 Roll Number 300606005316801 Teranet PIN 037730445 
Kenmore Ave. 0090 (House - stone) Cambridge
 
6503 223 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 522 PT LOTS 3 4 5 6 AND 7 N/S KING RP58R14793 PT 1 PT Acres 0.48 Roll Number 300610001905000 Teranet PIN 037680521 
King St. E. 0223 (House - stone - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6504 Address 927 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 96 PT LOTS 4 AND 5 PLAN 716 PT LOT 94 PLAN 36 PT LOTS 4 AND 5 PLAN 521 LOTS 68 TO 70 PT LOTS 1 TO 3 ACE Acres 2.77 Roll Number 300609001201700 Teranet PIN 037850018

Address 301-927 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 96 PT LOTS 4 AND 5 PLAN 716 PT LOT 94 PLAN 36 PT LOTS 4 AND 5 PLAN 521 LOTS 68 TO 70 PT LOTS 1 TO 3 ACE Acres 2.77 Roll Number 300609001201700 Teranet PIN 037850018 
King St. E. 0927 - Grist Mill stone - Designated Cambridge
 
6505 Site of a parking lot 2011. King St. E. 0951 - Hotel stables- stone - Gone Cambridge
 
6506 Queen's Hotel constructed by George Roos, also known as "Cambridge Century Inn", also known as Commercial Hotel. King St. E. 0991 - Queen's Hotel Cambridge
 
6507 Address 1025 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 147 LOT 4 LOT 5 Acres 0.221628 Roll Number 300609001202300 Teranet PIN 226490072

Address 1027 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 147 LOT 4 LOT 5 Acres 0.221628 Roll Number 300609001202300 Teranet PIN 226490072

Address 1029 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 147 LOT 4 LOT 5 Acres 0.221628 Roll Number 300609001202300 Teranet PIN 226490072

Address 1031 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 147 LOT 4 LOT 5 Acres 0.221628 Roll Number 300609001202300 Teranet PIN 226490072

Address 1033 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 147 LOT 4 LOT 5 Acres 0.221628 Roll Number 300609001202300 Teranet PIN 226490072

Address 849 LAUREL ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 147 LOT 4 LOT 5 Acres 0.221628 Roll Number 300609001202300 Teranet PIN 226490072 
King St. E. 1027 Cambridge
 
6508 1037 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 147 LOT 6 Acres 0.092345 Roll Number 300609001202400 Teranet PIN 226490071 
King St. E. 1037 (Building - stone - 2 storeys) Cambridge
 
6509 1102 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 716 PT LOT 102 Acres 0.331039 Roll Number 300609001205900 Teranet PIN 226480041 
King St. E. 1102 St. E. (building - stone - former hotel) Cambridge
 
6510 "William Schleuter House" town house. King St. E. 1103-1109 St. E. (building - stone - multiple units) Cambridge
 
6511 1103 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 521 PT LOT 3 Acres 0.54 Roll Number 300609001202500 Teranet PIN 037870287

1105 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 521 PT LOT 3 Acres 0.54 Roll Number 300609001202500 Teranet PIN 037870287

1107 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 521 PT LOT 3 Acres 0.54 Roll Number 300609001202500 Teranet PIN 037870287

1109 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 521 PT LOT 3 Acres 0.54 Roll Number 300609001202500 Teranet PIN 037870287 
King St. E. 1103-1109 St. E. (building - stone - multiple units) Cambridge
 
6512 "Litle Bakery" ashlar stone, commercial. King St. E. 1126 St. E. (building - stone - multiple units) Cambridge
 
6513 1126 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 716 PT LOT 104 RP58R12132 PTS 3,4,6,8 Acres 0.13 Roll Number 300609001205600 Teranet PIN 226480107 
King St. E. 1126 St. E. (building - stone - multiple units) Cambridge
 
6514 Former Canadian Office & School Furniture, industrial, west end yellow brick centre, stone \endash  3 floors, yellow brick 4th  floor, east end cement finish King St. E. 1195 (commercial - 4 storey brick and stone gone ) Cambridge
 
6515 Address 1251 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 521 PT LOT 14 Acres 0.12 Roll Number 300609001203400 Teranet PIN 037870275 
King St. E. 1251 (house) Cambridge
 
6516 Address 1331 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 521 LOT 19 NS KING ST ES POTTER ST Acres 0.25 Roll Number 300609000400300 Teranet PIN 037870251 
King St. E. 1331 St. E. (House - Neo Classical) Cambridge
 
6517 Last surviving row of German neo-classical residences King St. E. 1331 St. E. (House - Neo Classical) Cambridge
 
6518 Address 1341 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 521 PT LOT 20 Acres 0 Roll Number 300609000400400 Teranet PIN 037870250 
King St. E. 1341 St. E. (House - stone house) Cambridge
 
6519 1343 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 521 PT LOT 20 Acres 0 Roll Number 300609000400500 Teranet PIN 037870250 
King St. E. 1343 St. E. (House - stone - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6520 Address 1617 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 208 LOT 2 Acres 0.26 Roll Number 300609000401400 Teranet PIN 226470036 
King St. E. 1617 St. E. (House, 1 1/2 storey, brown brick, Arts and Crafts) Cambridge
 
6521 Address 1625 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 208 LOT 3 Acres 0.24 Roll Number 300609000401500 Teranet PIN 226470024 
King St. E. 1625 St. E. (House, 2 storey, brown brick, Foursquare style) Cambridge
 
6522 Address 1643 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 208 LOT 5 Acres 0.21 Roll Number 300609000401700 Teranet PIN 226470026 
King St. E. 1643 St. E. (House, 2 storey, red brick, Foursquare style,) Cambridge
 
6523 Address 1653 KING ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 208 LOT 6 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300609000401800 Teranet PIN 226470027 
King St. E. 1653 St. E. (House) Cambridge
 
6524 Address 140 KING ST W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INDUSTRIAL Survey Description PLAN 730 LOTS 23 24 AND 29 PT LOTS 25 TO 27 AND RP 58R12384 PTS 3 AND 4 Acres 4.11 Roll Number 300611002510300 Teranet PIN 037741129 
King St. W 0140 (house, brick, 2 storey, Cherry House) Cambridge
 
6525 Cherry House to face demolition

It isn't pretty, but a compromise was reached to alleviate the truck traffic in front of P&H Milling Group Flour Mill and allow for further expansion of King Street.

By allowing the demolition of the Cherry House, built by mill owner Samuel Cherry in the 1900s, the company will not only eliminate the shunting of large tractor trailers in front of the mill, but also save two other heritage homes across King Street.1a

1aCambridge Times 14 Jun 2012 
King St. W 0140 (house, brick, 2 storey, Cherry House) Cambridge
 
6526 Protection for some heritage properties

The City of Cambridge is moving to protect several heritage properties in the oldest section of the city. At its general committee meeting Monday night, council moved to add 149 King St. W., 154 Fountain St. and the millrace section of the King Street Bridge to the city's heritage properties registry. The two 19th century yellow brick homes and the bridge span were first identified as being culturally significant during the environmental assessment study being carried out by the Region of Waterloo. The study was developed as part of  planned improvements for the stretch of King and Fountain Streets between Shantz Hill Road and Eagle Street. The city's heritage advisory committee agreed that the structures should be added to the registry and put the request to council. General committee also approved the staff recommendation after hearing that neither the region nor property owners objected. Council will make a final decision Monday.1a

1aCambridgeTimes.ca 16 Jun 2011 
King St. W 0149 (House - brick) Cambridge
 
6527 Address 101 KING ST W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 730 PT LOTS 15 & 16 RP58R8581 PT 1 Acres 0.694301 Roll Number 300611002509500 Teranet PIN 037680084 
King St. W. 0101 (Erb House) Cambridge
 
6528 Knox's Galt Presbyterian Church

Begun: 1844

This was the  Rev. John Bayne's  church, a Free [Presbyterian] Church which was founded by him in 1844 with a majority of the members from his former church, St. Andrew's. Dr. Bayne died on Nov. 3, 1859 and in 1861 the Synod of the (Free) Presbyterian Church of Canada of which he was said to be the founder joined with the United Presbyterian Church in Canada to become the Canada Presbyterian Church. Ministers who followed Rev. Bayne were Revs. John Thompson (April 18, 1861-March 9, 1864) and  James K. Smith  (September 28, 1865-c.1885). In 1875 church union created the Presbyterian Church in Canada from all remaining divisions of the Presbyterian Church. In 1925 the congregation voted 548-363 to remain a Presbyterian Church rather than join the United Church.

After Rev. Dr. Bayne and his followers left St. Andrew's Church, they worshipped in  William Biggar's  barn until the first Knox Church building (of stone) was erected at the north-east corner of Ainslie and Dickson Streets in 1845-1846. This church was sold to the Wesleyan Methodists in 1872 for their use. It was removed in 1879.

The present Knox's Galt Presbyterian Church was built in 1869 (the cornerstone laying ceremony was on June 18, 1869) and opened for worship on September 11, 1870. The cornerstone was laid on May 25, 1908 for a large Sunday School addition which was completed in 1909. Fire on April 16, 1989 gutted the entire Christian Education/office wing and damaged the church itself; the reconstructed wing (within the original stone walls) and the repaired church were reopened on Sunday, April 7, 1991.

Records:
Baptism dates: 1856-1901 Location of records: Cambridge Public Library*
Marriage dates: unknown Location of records: unknown*
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown*

*Please note that some of the early records held at the church were either lost or damaged by fire or water in the fire of 1989. Requests for information from the church are respectfully refused as of this point in time until a complete assessment of the remaining records is completed. Records on microfilm at the Cambridge Public Library: Baptisms 1856-1901. At the Archives of Ontario: Baptisms 1856-1901. Refer also to Huber (1986) for early marriages. Baptisms 1856-1901 and Annual Reports 1889-1900 are available on The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints microfilm 0203316.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: 2 Grand Ave. S., Cambridge, ON N1S 2L3 - located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 621-8120.]
References: Canada Presbyterian Church; Cant 1915:30,34,46-52; Cowan, WHS 1969(57):49; Presbyterian Church; Quantrell, WHS 1988(76):121; R. Taylor 1986; Young 1880:198-203.

Church History: Sanders, Constance, ed. The Story of the Congregation of Knox Presbyterian Church of Galt 1844-1969, 19691a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] . 
Knox 's Presbyterian Church - stone Cambridge
 
6529 This was the  Rev. John Bayne's  church, a Free [Presbyterian] Church which was founded by him in 1844 with a majority of the members from his former church, St. Andrew's.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Knox 's Presbyterian Church - stone Cambridge
 
6530 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Langdon Drive 0001 (Hotel - Langdon Hall) Cambridge
 
6531 William Janney had the Queen Anne-style home on 21 Lansdowne Rd. N. built in 1887. Janney was the general superintendent at the Maple Leaf Saw Works, which was later known as Shurly-Dietrich Co. He was also a director of the company. Lansdowne Rd. N. 0021 (house - Queen Anne) Cambridge
 
6532 2 LANSDOWNE RD S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 277 PT LOT 20 Acres 0.16 Roll Number 300606004808400 Teranet PIN 038020175 
Lansdowne Rd. S. 0002 (house - brick - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6533 Lincoln Avenue United Church

Begun: 1891

Lincoln Avenue Methodist Church began as a Mission of Ainslie Street Methodist Church (later Wesley United) before the turn of the century. Recognizing the need for a Sunday School in the neighbourhood of the present Lincoln Avenue Church, Mr. A.E. Mullet, a member of the Ainslie Street Church, provided a home which belonged to him on McNaughton Street for the purpose. The Sunday School, which was to lead to the organization of Lincoln Avenue Methodist Church, began in this house in November 1891 but was later moved to another location on Chalmers Street. In 1897 a frame building which was used as a church was built on the northeast corner of Pollock and Lincoln Avenues.

Matthew English Conron was appointed by the Hamilton Conference in 1909 to be the first minister, and during his time plans for a church were made. (Two years later, in 1911, Rev. Mr. Conron was ordained a minister at the Galt Methodist Church with Rev. Alex. J. Irwin presiding. He then moved to Hamilton where he served Calvary Methodist Church from 1911-1914.) The new church, on the southeast corner of Pollock and Lincoln Avenues, was dedicated on September 10, 1911, during the ministry of Rev. W.H. Sterne.

On June 10, 1925 the Congregational and Methodist churches and some Presbyterian churches united to form the United Church of Canada. In 1928 the church was referred to as Lincoln Avenue Community United Church. Fire in 1935 damaged the interior of the church, but the congregation was able to return to the church after a six week period during which time services were held in the Anglican Mission Sunday School (now St. David's Anglican Church) on Pollock Avenue.

Records:
Baptism dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Marriage dates: unknown* Location of records: unknown*
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

*The Lincoln Avenue Methodist Marriage Register for 1912-1913 is at the United Church Archives.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: 73 Pollock Ave., Cambridge, ON N1R 2B4 - located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 621-5900.]
References: Cant 1915:59-60; Galt 1928:81; Lincoln Avenue United Church History, 1991 (unpublished); Wesley United Church 19541a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Lincoln Avenue United Church Cambridge
 
6534 Address 8 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 483 PT LOTS 3 TO 5 RP 58R11176 PT 1 Acres 0.084548 Roll Number 300604001604100 Teranet PIN 038150125 
Main St. 0008 (former Bank of Montreal) Cambridge
 
6535 Address 11 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 1 W/S WATER Acres 0.149293 Roll Number 300604002805500 Teranet PIN 038060190 
Main St. 0011 (stone - 3 storey - Canadian Bank of Commerce) Designated Cambridge
 
6536 Constructed in 1857 for the Gore Bank and operated there until the bank was purchased by The Canadian Bank of Commerce in 1869 where it operates still under the name CIBA or Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. Main St. 0011 (stone - 3 storey - Canadian Bank of Commerce) Designated Cambridge
 
6537 Address 13 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 1 PT UNNUMBERED LOT S/S MAIN E/S WATER RP67R1535 PT 1 Acres 0.051313 Roll Number 300604002805600 Teranet PIN 038160024 
Main St. 0013 (Commericial - stone 4 storey) Cambridge
 
6538 Address 15 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 1 PT UNNUMBERED LOT S/S MAIN Acres 0.126684 Roll Number 300604002805700

Address 2-15 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 1 PT UNNUMBERED LOT S/S MAIN Acres 0.126684 Roll Number 300604002805700 Teranet PIN 038160025 
Main St. 0015 (Commericial - stone 4 storey) Cambridge
 
6539 Address 18 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 483 PT LOTS 3,4,5 RP58R12893 PTS 1,2 Acres 0.117553 Roll Number 300604001604200 Teranet PIN 038150126 
Main St. 0018 (Commericial - stone 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6540 Address 20 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 483 PT LOT 3 TO PT LOT 5 RP 58R13792 PTS 1,2 Acres 0.070334 Roll Number 300604001604300 Teranet PIN 038150127
Address 22 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 483 PT LOT 3 TO PT LOT 5 RP 58R13792 PTS 1,2 Acres 0.070334 Roll Number 300604001604300 Teranet PIN 038150127 
Main St. 0022 - 20 (Commericial - stone 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6541 Address 25 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 2 S/S MAIN Acres 0.048415 Roll Number 300604002805900 Teranet PIN 038160026

Address 30 IMPERIAL LANE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 2 S/S MAIN Acres 0.048415 Roll Number 300604002805900 Teranet PIN 038160026 
Main St. 0025 (Commericial - stone 3 storey (building covers also 30 Imperial Lane)) Cambridge
 
6542 Address 26 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 483 PT LOT 2 PT LOT 9 Acres 0.078177 Roll Number 300604001604400 Teranet PIN 038150128

Address 28 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 483 PT LOT 2 PT LOT 9 Acres 0.078177 Roll Number 300604001604400 Teranet PIN 038150128 
Main St. 0026 - 28 (Commericial - stone 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6543 Address 35 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 S/S MAIN Acres 0.053751 Roll Number 300604002806300 Teranet PIN 038160030

Address 37 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 S/S MAIN Acres 0.053751 Roll Number 300604002806300 Teranet PIN 038160030 
Main St. 0033 (Commericial - stone 3 storey) Cambridge
 
6544 Address 35 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 S/S MAIN Acres 0.053751 Roll Number 300604002806300 Teranet PIN 038160030

Address 37 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 S/S MAIN Acres 0.053751 Roll Number 300604002806300 Teranet PIN 038160030 
Main St. 0035 (Commericial - stone 3 storey) Cambridge
 
6545 Address 35 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 S/S MAIN Acres 0.053751 Roll Number 300604002806300 Teranet PIN 038160030

Address 37 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 S/S MAIN Acres 0.053751 Roll Number 300604002806300 Teranet PIN 038160030 
Main St. 0037 (Commericial - stone 3 storey) Cambridge
 
6546 Address 39 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 3 S/S MAIN Acres 0.053797 Roll Number 300604002806400 Teranet PIN 038160031 
Main St. 0039 (Commericial - stone 3 storey) Cambridge
 
6547 Address 43 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 45 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 47 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 49 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032 
Main St. 0043- (Commericial - stone 3 storey) (building contains 43, 45, 47, 49) Cambridge
 
6548 Address 43 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 45 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 47 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 49 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032 
Main St. 0045 (Commericial - stone 3 storey) (building contains 43, 45, 47, 49) Cambridge
 
6549 Address 43 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 45 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 47 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 49 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032 
Main St. 0047 (Commericial - stone 3 storey) (building contains 43, 45, 47, 49) Cambridge
 
6550 Address 43 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 45 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 47 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032

Address 49 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 615 LOT 4 S/S MAIN ST Acres 0.108215 Roll Number 300604002806500 Teranet PIN 038160032 
Main St. 0049 (Commericial - stone 3 storey) (building contains 43, 45, 47, 49) Cambridge
 
6551 Address 51 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.076682 Roll Number 300604002806600 Teranet PIN 038160033

Address 53 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.076682 Roll Number 300604002806600 Teranet PIN 038160033 
Main St. 0051-53 (Commercial, 3 storey) Cambridge
 
6552 Address 55 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 57 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 59 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 61 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034 
Main St. 0055 (Commercial - 3 storey - brick) (building contains numbers 55, 57, 59,61) Cambridge
 
6553 Address 55 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 57 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 59 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 61 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034 
Main St. 0057 (Commercial - 3 storey - brick) (building contains numbers 55, 57, 59,61) Cambridge
 
6554 Address 55 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 57 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 59 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 61 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034 
Main St. 0059 (Commercial - 3 storey - brick) (building contains numbers 55, 57, 59,61) Cambridge
 
6555 Address 55 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 57 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 59 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034

Address 61 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 S/S MAIN Acres 0.089079 Roll Number 300604002806700 Teranet PIN 038160034 
Main St. 0061 (Commercial - 3 storey - brick) (building contains numbers 55, 57, 59,61) Cambridge
 
6556 Address 63 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 S/S MAIN Acres 0.09315 Roll Number 300604002806800 Teranet PIN 038160035

Address 65 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 S/S MAIN Acres 0.09315 Roll Number 300604002806800 Teranet PIN 038160035

Address 67 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 S/S MAIN Acres 0.09315 Roll Number 300604002806800 Teranet PIN 038160035 
Main St. 0063 (Commercial - 3 storey - brick) (building contains numbers 63, 65, 67, 69) Cambridge
 
6557 Address 63 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 S/S MAIN Acres 0.09315 Roll Number 300604002806800 Teranet PIN 038160035

Address 65 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 S/S MAIN Acres 0.09315 Roll Number 300604002806800 Teranet PIN 038160035

Address 67 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 S/S MAIN Acres 0.09315 Roll Number 300604002806800 Teranet PIN 038160035 
Main St. 0065 (Commercial - 3 storey - brick) (building contains numbers 63, 65, 67, 69) Cambridge
 
6558 Address 63 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 S/S MAIN Acres 0.09315 Roll Number 300604002806800 Teranet PIN 038160035

Address 65 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 S/S MAIN Acres 0.09315 Roll Number 300604002806800 Teranet PIN 038160035

Address 67 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 S/S MAIN Acres 0.09315 Roll Number 300604002806800 Teranet PIN 038160035 
Main St. 0067 (Commercial - 3 storey - brick) (building contains numbers 63, 65, 67, 69) Cambridge
 
6559 Address 69 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 S/S MAIN Acres 0.044068 Roll Number 300604002807000 Teranet PIN 038160036 
Main St. 0069 (Commercial - 3 storey - brick) (building contains numbers 63, 65, 67, 69) Cambridge
 
6560 THE GORE FIRE INSURANCE CO.

Among the many institutions of which Galt boasts, none are more conspicuous than the Gore Ins. Co's pal-atial and imposing structure situated on the corner of Main and Ainslie streets. The style is of a Romanesque char-acter, and is built with Connecticut brown-stone, rock-faced base up to the first storey window sills ; above this it is faced with brown pressed brick, tooled portage entry stone trimmings and Terra Cotta carvings. The corner of Main and Ainslie streets is round, having over the main entrance a heavily moulded arch, supported on two Doric columns, and over the arch the Company's name carved in mediaeval letters. This round corner is continued up above the roof, forming a round tower, roofed with Span-ish tiles and terminating in a columned and octagon lantern, with ogee top and flag staff. Total height from the side-walk about eighty-two feet. The Gore has about 125 active agents through Ontario.1a

1a1897 Jubilee Souvenir of Galt 
Main St. 0072 (Building - 4 storey - Gore Fire Insurance) Demolished Cambridge
 
6561 Address 222 MAIN ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 7 Acres 0.36 Roll Number 300608002003300 Teranet PIN 038190177 
Main St. N. 0222 (House) Cambridge
 
6562 1 story stone school house, good condition. Used in 2009 as the Peek a Book Nursery. Maple Grove Rd 1370 (School - stone - 1 storey) Cambridge
 
6563 1370 MAPLE GROVE RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INSTITUTIONAL Survey Description CON 1 BLK BEASLEYS LOWER PT LOT 11 RP58R11534 PT 1 Acres 4.29 Roll Number 300614002121100 Teranet PIN 037560162 
Maple Grove Rd 1370 (School - stone - 1 storey) Cambridge
 
6564 Maple Grove Wesleyan Methodist

Zion United Church

Begun: 1843

Wesleyan Methodist services began in 1843, with meetings held in Mr. Butler's barn and in a log schoolhouse located on the southwest corner of the intersection just south of the present-day church. The schoolhouse was destroyed by fire and in 1851 land for a church was donated by John Hilborn; the frame church was later bricked with white "Breslau Brick." The first minister was Rev. J. Willoughby. In 1954 work began on a foundation just a few feet north of the church to which the building was then moved. The white brick had been stripped off and sold prior to the move and was replaced by new red brick. Rededication services were held on June 26, 1955.

The congregation was on the Dumfries Circuit of the Wesleyan Methodist Church and the Rev. George Ferguson, who organized the Circuit, recorded the early meetings of the Zion congregation in his Journal. The Church was later on the Galt, Berlin, Preston and Hespeler Circuits. Nahrgang (c.1976) reports that during the years 1857 to 1874 Zion was served by the Revs. Hamilton Biggar, C.W. Gilbert,  Ozias Barber , Francis Berry, George Kennedy, Alexander Sutherland, and Luther Rice.

In his autobiography, Rev. Dr. Charles Freshman, the German Wesleyan Methodist missionary who served the Preston area from c.1860-1869, stated that he found a few English Methodist families in the district "who used to attend Zion Chapel, about three miles distant, on the Berlin Circuit, as they had no English preaching nearer" (Freshman 1868:211). Since joining the United Church of Canada on June 10, 1925, Zion has been served in charges with Bloomingdale, Freeport and, at the present time (1992), with St. Andrew's United Church in Cambridge (Preston).

Of interest: the dates on the cornerstone of the church are 1851 and 1954.

Records:
Baptism dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Marriage dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

Location of early records is unknown, but it is believed that they have been lost. Session books at the church date from c.1900. Wesleyan Methodist Baptisms for Waterloo County c.1830-c.1874 are in an indexed card file at the Kitchener Public Library.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: R.R. 31, Cambridge, ON N3H 4R6 - on Speedsville Road, 2 1/2 concessions north of Preston, on the west side of the road.]

References: Freshman 1868:211; Hunsperger, WHS 1951(39):44; Nahrgang c.1976; WHS 1955(43):44.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Maple Grove Wesleyan Methodist Church Cambridge
 
6565 Address 10 MCKENZIE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 441 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 Acres 0.37 Roll Number 300608003014000 Teranet PIN 038160114

Address 12 MCKENZIE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 441 LOT 6 PT LOT 5 Acres 0.37 Roll Number 300608003014000 Teranet PIN 038160114 
McKenzie St. 0010-12 (double, stone house) Designated Cambridge
 
6566 Double house, stone constructtion, part of the William McKenzie Survey. McKenzie St. 0010-12 (double, stone house) Designated Cambridge
 
6567 Heritage Cambridge is working in partnership with celebrity and local designers, retailers and sponsors to showcase a beautiful residence. The house was built in 1875, designated in 1984 and only recently was gutted by fire.1a

1aHeritage Cambridge 2012 
McKenzie St. 0029 (house - yellow brick - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6568 Name was adopted in 1866 then in 1870 changed to Union Presbyterian, later Central Presbyterian. Melville Presbyterian Church See Central Presbyterian Church Cambridge
 
6569 Address 13 MELVILLE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 5 PT LOT 6 Acres 0.21 Roll Number 300604004608800 Teranet PIN 226630052 
Melville St. N. 0013 (House - stone - 1 1/2 storey) Cambridge
 
6570 Address 15 MELVILLE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 6 PT LOT 7 Acres 0 Roll Number 300604004608900 Teranet PIN 226630053

Address 17 MELVILLE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 6 PT LOT 7 Acres 0 Roll Number 300604004608900 Teranet PIN 226630053

Address 19 MELVILLE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 7 PT REAR ST Acres 0 Roll Number 300604004609000 Teranet PIN 226630053 
Melville St. N. 0015-17-19 (House - stone - 1 1/2 storey) Cambridge
 
6571 Address 7 MELVILLE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INSTITUTIONAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOTS 18 19 & RESERVE Acres 1.08 Roll Number 300604004505900 Teranet PIN 038060053 
Melville St. S. 0007 (Factory - Riverside Silk Mill) Cambridge
 
6572 Riverside Silk Mill / University of Waterloo School of Architecture in Cambridge

7 Melville St. S., Cambridge www.architecture.uwaterloo.ca

Architect: Levitt Goodman Architects, Toronto (2004)

Year Built: 1919-38. Renovated 2004 The last industrial loft built on the Grand River in Galt, Riverside Silk Mill had large open spaces flooded with light. The openness and light, the industrial feeling, and the spectacular town and river views were preserved and enhanced in the building renovation to house the School of Architecture.1a

1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Melville St. S. 0007 (Factory - Riverside Silk Mill) Cambridge
 
6573 New Connexion Methodist Church

Begun: 1840 Closed: 1875

Early services were held in an upper room of a building erected in 1840 by Isaac Sours (or Sauer) on the east side of Water Street South, just south of the future location of South Water Street Baptist Church. Although not an ordained minister,  Mr. Sours  preached to this Methodist New Connexion group. Some years later he built a small stone chapel on the north side of Dickson Street, just west of Ainslie Street, which he gave to the congregation. Mr. Sours died on August 16, 1852 in his 50th year and was buried in Mount View Cemetery in Galt. The congregation continued on without a leader until Rev. James McAllister became minister in 1856. Of interest: Mr. Sours' name has been spelled Sours, Sowers, Sauer, and Sauers The cemetery stone is recorded as Sours and his widow was referred to as Mrs. Sours. Churchmen in Waterloo Township referred to him as Rev. Sauer.

The New Connexion Church on the north side of Dickson Street between Ainslie and North Water Streets is shown on Pollock's 1867 Map of Galt. The Minutes of the 46th Annual Conference of the Methodist New Connexion Church of Canada in May, 1874 recorded that the Galt Mission, with David Smyth of Galt as preacher, had 1 Chapel, 1 parsonage, a Sunday School, and a congregation of 160. In 1874 the New Connexion and Wesleyan Methodists joined to form the Methodist Church in Canada. The Galt Methodist New Connexion Church is reported to have been sold c.1880.

Records:
Baptism dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Marriage dates unknown* Location of records: unknown
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

*See Waterloo County Marriages 1858-1869 for Marriages 1860, 1862-1867. Refer also to Huber (1986) for possible early marriages.

References: Cant 1915:58; Hamilton 1941:35; Methodist New Connexion Church; Semple 1985:i(chart); R. Taylor 1986; Wesley United Church 1954; Young 1880:185,242.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
New Connexion Methodist Church See Wesley United Church Cambridge
 
6574 Address 66 OLD MILL RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description SVY BEASLEYS OLD PT LOT 5 RP58R9129 PT 1 Acres 2.38 Roll Number 300610002707400 Teranet PIN 037720021 
Old Mill Rd. 0066 -(House) Cambridge
 
6575 City archivist Jim Quantrell said the hotel is not found on the city's 1851 map and believes the hotel might have been built close to the Great Western Railway station to provide accommodation to visitors coming to the town by train. He believes the hotel may have been built in 1854-55, which coincides with the coming of the railway. On the city's 1867 map, there is a hotel on the site operated by William Bernhardt. He operated the business until at least 1901.1a

1aCambridge Times 27 Feb 2008 
Overland Hotel Cambridge
 
6576 Address 16 PARK AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 470 LOT 2 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300604005411700 Teranet PIN 038040018 
Park Ave. 0016 (House) Cambridge
 
6577 2 story stone house, farm buildings on property, good condition. Used in 2009 as residence. Pinebush Rd. 0390 (house - stone - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6578 390 PINEBUSH RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category FARM Survey Description CON 3 BLK BEASLEYS LOWER PT LOT 6 Acres 10.2 Roll Number 300615001512500 Teranet PIN 037650091 
Pinebush Rd. 0390 (house - stone - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6579 2 story stone house, good condition. Used in 2009 as a trucking office. Pinebush Rd. 0460 - house - stone - 2 storey Cambridge
 
6580 Primitive Methodist Church

Begun: c.1843 Closed: c.1865

Primitive Methodist meetings may have begun as early as 1843 when the congregation was on the Guelph-Galt Primitive Methodist Circuit, but it is unknown just exactly when a congregation was officially organized. At the First Annual Conference of the Primitive Methodist Connexion, Canada West, at Brampton 27 April-1 May 1854, the Galt Mission was in the Hamilton District; the pastor at the time was the Rev. John Davison. Galt was a separate Mission until 1858 when it was joined with Blenheim for several years. For a short time again, Galt was considered a separate Mission - from 1861-1863. Membership was low (just 27 in 1861), and although joined once again with Blenheim in the Hamilton District in 1864, the Galt Primitive Methodist Mission was removed from the Church Table of Statistics as of the 1865 Annual Conference. Galt is mentioned once more, in the Minutes of the 1871 Annual Conference, when the Guelph Mission asked for and received permission to sell the Galt Church in order that the money received from the sale might be loaned to Guelph to help defray expenses on their church. By this time some members of the congregation had joined either the New Connexion or the Wesleyan Methodists.

Pollock's 1867 Map of Galt shows the Primitive Methodist Church and Mission located on the northwest corner of North Street and Ainslie Street North. The Primitive Methodist Church building was said to have belonged to the Y.M.C.A. in 1879.

Records:
Baptism dates: 1857-1878* Location of records: United Church Archives
Marriage dates: 1858-1879* Location of records: United Church Archives
Burial dates: 1857-1858* Location of records: United Church Archives

*These records at the United Church Archives are for the Guelph-Galt Primitive Methodist Mission. There are, as well, other record books relating to this Mission at the United Church Archives. See also Waterloo County Marriages 1858-1869 for Marriages 1861-1862, 1865-1869. Refer to Huber (1986) for possible early marriages.

References: Primitive Methodist Church; Semple 1985:i(chart); R. Taylor 1986; Wesley United Church 1954; Young 1880:185.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Primitive Methodist Church Cambridge
 
6581 One time known as Queen's Hotel. The back of the building was a house incorporated into the and is built of Ashlar limestone.  The hotel part is constructed of polychromatic brick. Queen St. W. 0007 (Hotel - "Queen's Hotel") Cambridge
 
6582 Park of Och's Block, likely built by Christian Pasbt. Queen St. W. 0020-24 (Commercial, limestone, Second Empire Style) Cambridge
 
6583 First owner was Samuel Bergey grandson of Michael and Susanna Bergey Queen St. W. 0039 (House, rubblestone, Mennonite Georgian style) Cambridge
 
6584 Heavily mortared limestone rubblestone house. First owner was Samuel Bergey grandson of Michael and Susanna Bergey whose cabin remains remains beside the house (2004).  Heavy influence of Mennonite-Georgian style. Queen St. W. 0039 (House, rubblestone, Mennonite Georgian style) Cambridge
 
6585 62 QUEEN ST W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 540A PT LOTS 3 AND 4 PLAN 540 PT LOT 3 RP 58R15482 PTS 4 6 8 TO 10 Acres 0.110515 Roll Number 300614000502500 Teranet PIN 226340005 
Queen St. W. 0062 (house - stone - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6586 66 QUEEN ST W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 540A PT LOTS 3 AND 4 RP 58R15482 PTS 1 TO 3 5 AND 7 Acres 0.184529 Roll Number 300614000502400 Teranet PIN 226340277 
Queen St. W. 0066 (house, 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6587 Official house number is listed as 73, but 75 is on the door (2011) Queen St. W. 0075 (House, 2 storey, sided) Cambridge
 
6588 78 QUEEN ST W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 7 PT LOT 1 Acres 0 Roll Number 300614000303800 Teranet PIN 226330046 
Queen St. W. 0078 (house, 1 storey) Cambridge
 
6589 91 QUEEN ST W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 832 LOT 12 Acres 0 Roll Number 300614000301100 Teranet PIN 037570325 
Queen St. W. 0091 (House, stone, 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6590 103 QUEEN ST W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INDUSTRIAL Survey Description PLAN 832 LOT 10 CON 2 PT LOT 10 Acres 0.4 
Queen St. W. 0103 (Building, stone, 1 storey) Cambridge
 
6591 Victorian Gothic house known as "The Castle", yellow brick and central tower.  Built by Charles Karch a Justice of the Peace and of the Karch foundry business. Queen St. W. 0120 (House, yellow brick, Victorian Gothic) Cambridge
 
6592 Address 14 QUEEN'S SQ,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 1 PT RESERVED LOT Acres 0.109066 Roll Number 300604004505800 Teranet PIN 038060051

Address 20 QUEEN'S SQ,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 1 PT RESERVED LOT Acres 0.109066 Roll Number 300604004505800 Teranet PIN 038060051

Address 16 QUEEN'S SQ,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 1 PT RESERVED LOT Acres 0.109066 Roll Number 300604004505800 Teranet PIN 038060051

Address 18 QUEEN'S SQ,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 1 PT RESERVED LOT Acres 0.109066 Roll Number 300604004505800 Teranet PIN 038060051 
Queen's Square - 0014 (Commercial - stone - 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6593 Fire damages historic Cambridge building that was Ontario's first free public school

CAMBRIDGE \emdash  Firefighters estimate damage at $100,000 to a house that was Ontario's first free public school. Firefighters bashed in the front door of 849 Queenston Rd., looking for someone thought to be inside. It turned out nobody was, but a dog was rescued as they searched the smoke-filled, buildinng..... The original part of the building was built in 1839, as the first school house in the Town of Preston. Prominent Preston citizen Otto Klotz was a member of the school board, formed in 1838. He lobbied to create a "free" public school, because it was a benefit to all citizens, says information from the City of Cambridge archives..1a

1aWaterloo Region Record 4 Mar 2013 
Queenston Rd. 0849 Cambridge
 
6594 Constructed for William A. Kribs a lumber and sawmill businessman which he took over from his father and later turned it into factory which manufactured Simiplicity washing machines later named Englis. Later this home was owned by Robert Barbour. Quelph Ave 0151 (House - Kribs House) Cambridge
 
6595 Home of Jacob Hespeler constructed about 1858. Construcgted of large ashlar limestone, design is a copy of one built in Hamilton. Later home was converted to an orphanage by Mrs. Smythly of Dublin, Ireland taken over by the Children's Aid after WWII. Purchased by Albine Sponner who converted it to apartments. Quelph Ave 0152 (House - limestone - Jacob Hespeler House) Cambridge
 
6596 The Forbes Estate is the grandest and one of the most impressive homes in Hespeler. Built by George Duthie Forbes and wife Amy Ellis for their brother-in-law, Zarariah Hall husband of Margaret Forbes. Quelph Ave 0171 (House - yellow brick - Beaux Arts style - Forbes Estate) Cambridge
 
6597 The Royal Hotel building dates back to 1888 when owner George F. Stevens decided to replace the existing hotel which dated back to the early1850s Royal Hotel Cambridge
 
6598 The Royal Hotel building dates back to 1888 when owner George F. Stevens decided to replace the existing hotel which dated back to the early1850s Royal Hotel Cambridge
 
6599 Address 3 SHAW AVE E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 62 PT LOT 1 PT LOT 2 Acres 0.15 Roll Number 300615000101000 Teranet PIN 037580122 
Shaw Ave. E. 0003 (house) Cambridge
 
6600 Address 18 SHAW AVE W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 546 PT LOT 11 TO PT LOT 13 Acres 0.16 Roll Number 300614000113400 Teranet PIN 226310422 
Shaw Ave. W. 0018 (house) Cambridge
 
6601 Address 23 SHAW AVE W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 546 PT LOT 14 TO PT LOT 17 Acres 0.24 Roll Number 300614000113800 Teranet PIN 226310178 
Shaw Ave. W. 0023 (house) Cambridge
 
6602 Address 37 SHAW AVE W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 546 PT LOT 14 TO PT LOT 17 Acres 0.18 Roll Number 300614000117100 Teranet PIN 226310183 
Shaw Ave. W. 0037 Cambridge
 
6603 Address 42 SHAW AVE W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 546 PT LOT 12 PT LOT 13 Acres 0.19 Roll Number 300614000118300 Teranet PIN 226310396

Address 44 SHAW AVE W,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 546 PT LOT 12 PT LOT 13 Acres 0.19 Roll Number 300614000118300 Teranet PIN 226310396 
Shaw Ave. W. 0042 - 44 (house) Cambridge
 
6604 South Water Street Baptist, First Baptist, Avenue Road Baptist Churches

Begun: 1876

According to Cant (1915:67), "About 1850 or 1851 the colored people in the village of Galt, who were Baptists, held their services in a house on King Street." The services were eventually discontinued. Some years later the Baptist organization held meetings in the same building on King Street, and were "regularly organized" (Ibid.). This was the early Baptist Church shown on Pollock's 1867 Map of Galt on King Street near Queen Street. Later services were held in the Methodist New Connexion Church. The Canadian Baptist July 21, 1870, (pg. 2) reported that the [Church] Council had met July 5, 1870 to consider organizing a Baptist congregation in Galt. The "newly formed church" had 14 members.

A Baptist Church was organized in 1876 by Dr. Thomas Leslie Davidson from the Guelph Baptist Church, and services were held in a number of downtown locations until a small building was erected in 1878 at the corner of South Water and Chapman Streets, and opened for worship on Sunday, October 6, 1878. Rev. Robert Clark was ordained pastor of the congregation the next day, October 7, 1878. This small church was replaced by a newer, larger one on the same site in 1886. The cornerstone for the new church was laid on August 5, 1886, with Rev. Dr. Castle, Principal of McMaster Hall, Toronto, officiating. Opening services in the new brick church were held on February 6, 1887; Rev. Dr. Castle preached at the morning service. An auditorium was built in the next year. Early pastors were Rev. Thomas Baldwin (1876-1878) and Rev. William S. Walker (1879-1888).

The church was known as South Water Street Baptist until August 7, 1955 when the name was changed to First Baptist Church by unanimous vote of the congregation. A new Christian Education wing was opened and dedicated the next year, on April 5, 1956.

On May 26, 1978 First Baptist and Delta Park Baptist churches voted to amalgamate effective July 1, 1978, and to relocate to a new facility when finances permitted. The two congregations continued to meet as one in the Water Street South building with the name of First Delta Baptist Church. The Water Street South property was sold to the City of Cambridge in November 1982 and the congregation then met in Avenue Road School. A sod turning ceremony was held in February 1983 and the congregation moved into the new building in November of that same year. The official opening and dedication service was held in January 1984.

A Sunday School Mission, which was to become Delta Park Baptist Church, was opened July 1, 1909 in a building on North Water Street. The mission became a church in 1919 with the name of Bremner Baptist Church until 1943 when Rev. W.F. Bremner, for whom the church was named, died. The church was renamed Delta Park Baptist Church at that time.

Records:
Baptism dates*: unknown Location of records: unknown
Marriage dates: 1896-1954 Location of records: Canadian Baptist Archives
Burial dates*: unknown Location of records: unknown

The membership list for 1888 is at the Canadian Baptist Archives, as are the Minutes 1895-1933. Records at the Canadian Baptist Archives may be seen with written permission from the church. *Please refer to the Introduction for an explanation regarding Baptist church records.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: Avenue Road Baptist Church, 465 Avenue Road, R.R. # 3, Cambridge, ON N1R 5S4 - located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 621-4391.]
References: Baptist Church; Cant 1915:67-69; Struthers 1971; R. Taylor 1986.
Church Histories: 1) South Water Street Baptist Church, Galt, Ontario c.1930 & 1934 [brief Church Histories]. 2) How the Avenue Road Baptist Church Came To Be, n.d.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener,  Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [with kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose]  
South Water Street Baptist Church Gone - Amalgamated to Avenue Road Baptist Cambridge
 
6605 Address 2000 SPEEDSVILLE RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description CON BEASLEYS BROKEN FRONT PT LOT 31 Acres 0.51 Roll Number 300614002210300 Teranet PIN 037550011 
Speedsville Rd. 2000 - church (Zion United, Maple Grove & Beacon Baptist) Cambridge
 
6606 Maple Grove Wesleyan Methodist

Zion United Church

Begun: 1843

Wesleyan Methodist services began in 1843, with meetings held in Mr. Butler's barn and in a log schoolhouse located on the southwest corner of the intersection just south of the present-day church. The schoolhouse was destroyed by fire and in 1851 land for a church was donated by John Hilborn; the frame church was later bricked with white "Breslau Brick." The first minister was Rev. J. Willoughby. In 1954 work began on a foundation just a few feet north of the church to which the building was then moved. The white brick had been stripped off and sold prior to the move and was replaced by new red brick. Rededication services were held on June 26, 1955.

The congregation was on the Dumfries Circuit of the Wesleyan Methodist Church and the Rev. George Ferguson, who organized the Circuit, recorded the early meetings of the Zion congregation in his Journal. The Church was later on the Galt, Berlin, Preston and Hespeler Circuits. Nahrgang (c.1976) reports that during the years 1857 to 1874 Zion was served by the Revs. Hamilton Biggar, C.W. Gilbert,  Ozias Barber , Francis Berry, George Kennedy, Alexander Sutherland, and Luther Rice.

In his autobiography, Rev. Dr. Charles Freshman, the German Wesleyan Methodist missionary who served the Preston area from c.1860-1869, stated that he found a few English Methodist families in the district "who used to attend Zion Chapel, about three miles distant, on the Berlin Circuit, as they had no English preaching nearer" (Freshman 1868:211). Since joining the United Church of Canada on June 10, 1925, Zion has been served in charges with Bloomingdale, Freeport and, at the present time (1992), with St. Andrew's United Church in Cambridge (Preston).

Of interest: the dates on the cornerstone of the church are 1851 and 1954.

Records:
Baptism dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Marriage dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

Location of early records is unknown, but it is believed that they have been lost. Session books at the church date from c.1900. Wesleyan Methodist Baptisms for Waterloo County c.1830-c.1874 are in an indexed card file at the Kitchener Public Library.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: R.R. 31, Cambridge, ON N3H 4R6 - on Speedsville Road, 2 1/2 concessions north of Preston, on the west side of the road.]

References: Freshman 1868:211; Hunsperger, WHS 1951(39):44; Nahrgang c.1976; WHS 1955(43):44.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Speedsville Rd. 2000 - church (Zion United, Maple Grove & Beacon Baptist) Cambridge
 
6607 Address 3515 SPEEDSVILLE RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category FARM Survey Description TRACT GERMAN COMPANY PT LOT 89 PT LOT 101 CL Acres 100.34 Roll Number 300614002008000 Teranet PIN 227380004 
Speedsville Rd. 3515 Cambridge
 
6608 Address 61 SPRING ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 151 LT 8 PL 802 PTLT 2 RP 67R3039 PT 5 Acres 0 Roll Number 300615001112800 Teranet PIN 037580166 
Spring St. 0061 (stone row house) Designated Cambridge
 
6609 Address 63 SPRING ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 151 LT 8 PL 802 PTLT 2 RP 67R3039 PT 5 Acres 0 Roll Number 300615001112800 Teranet PIN 037580166 
Spring St. 0063 (stone row house) Designated Cambridge
 
6610 Address 65 SPRING ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 151 LT 8 PL 802 PTLT 2 RP 67R3039 PT 5 Acres 0 Roll Number 300615001112800 Teranet PIN 037580166 
Spring St. 0065 (stone row house) Designated Cambridge
 
6611 Address 67 SPRING ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 151 LT 8 PL 802 PTLT 2 RP 67R3039 PT 5 Acres 0 Roll Number 300615001112800 Teranet PIN 037580166 
Spring St. 0067 - stone row house Designated Cambridge
 
6612 Address 69 SPRING ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 151 LT 8 PL 802 PTLT 2 RP 67R3039 PT 5 Acres 0 Roll Number 300615001112800 Teranet PIN 037580166 
Spring St. 0069 - stone row house Designated Cambridge
 
6613 Address 71 SPRING ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 151 LT 8 PL 802 PTLT 2 RP 67R3039 PT 5 Acres 0 Roll Number 300615001112800 Teranet PIN 037580166 
Spring St. 0071 - stone row house Designated Cambridge
 
6614 Address 73 SPRING ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 151 LT 8 PL 802 PTLT 2 RP 67R3039 PT 5 Acres 0 Roll Number 300615001112800 Teranet PIN 037580166 
Spring St. 0073 - stone row house Designated Cambridge
 
6615 Address 75 SPRING ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 151 LT 8 PL 802 PTLT 2 RP 67R3039 PT 5 Acres 0 Roll Number 300615001112800 Teranet PIN 037580166 
Spring St. 0075 - stone row house Designated Cambridge
 
6616 Address 77 SPRING ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 151 LT 8 PL 802 PTLT 2 RP 67R3039 PT 5 Acres 0 Roll Number 300615001112800 Teranet PIN 037580166 
Spring St. 0077 - stone row house Designated Cambridge
 
6617 Address 79 SPRING ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 151 LT 8 PL 802 PTLT 2 RP 67R3039 PT 5 Acres 0 Roll Number 300615001112800 Teranet PIN 037580166 
Spring St. 0079 - stone row house Designated Cambridge
 
6618 Address 95 SPRING ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category LAND Survey Description PLAN 540 PT LOT 62 CON 3 BLK BEASLEYS LOWER RP 67R1031 PT 1 PT2 RIVERSIDE PARK Acres 0.43 Roll Number 300615001113100 Teranet PIN 037580064 
Spring St. 0095 - cottage - stone Cambridge
 
6619 Address 14 SPRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 459 LOTS 2-3-4 PTS 1 5 Acres 1.32 Roll Number 300608001808600 Teranet PIN 038170042

Address 16 SPRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 459 LOTS 2-3-4 PTS 1 5 Acres 1.32 Roll Number 300608001808600 Teranet PIN 038170042

Address 18 SPRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PL 459 LOTS 2-3-4 PTS 1 5 Acres 1.32 Roll Number 300608001808600 Teranet PIN 038170042 
Spruce St. 0016 Cambridge
 
6620 Address 17 SPRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 442 LOT 90 Acres 0.18 Roll Number 300608001805500 Teranet PIN 038170066 
Spruce St. 0017 Cambridge
 
6621 Address 47 SPRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 442 LOT 82 PT LOT 81 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300608001806400 Teranet PIN 038170058 
Spruce St. 0047 - house - Gothic Revival - Stone Cambridge
 
6622 Address 97 SPRUCE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 614 PT LOT 6 Acres 0.13 Roll Number 300608001807200 Teranet PIN 038180104 
Spruce St. 0097 Cambridge
 
6623 People and Associated Events  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Joined with Central Presbyterian - building gone Cambridge
 
6624 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church

Begun: 1832 Closed: 1880

The first minister of St. Andrew's was Rev. William Stewart of Kenmore, Scotland, who arrived in Canada in 1831. He ministered to this congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Canada in Connection with the Church of Scotland from 1832-c.1834. Rev. Stewart was followed in 1835 by the Rev. John Bayne. In 1844  Rev. Bayne  espoused the cause of the Free Church of Scotland which had been formed in 1843, as a result of the Disruption, when a large number of clergy and laity had split from the Church of Scotland in part because of disagreement over the right of a congregation to call its own minister.

Rev. Bayne was instrumental in founding the Synod of the (Free) Presbyterian Church of Canada, in 1844. This caused a deep division in the congregation of his own church, St. Andrew's. The result was that Rev. Bayne formed a new congregation in 1844, known as Knox Free Church, which was made up of the majority of the members of the congregation of St. Andrew's. St. Andrew's remained with the Synod of the Presbyterian Church of Canada in Connection with the Church of Scotland.

St. Andrew's church building, of frame, was begun in 1833 and finished in 1835; according to Young (1880:74) it was built on the west hill overlooking the village.

After the departure of Rev. Bayne, St. Andrew's was served by Revs. John Malcolm Smith (1848-1850), Hamilton Gibson (1850-1860), Robert Campbell (1862-1866), James B. Muir (1867-1874), and William Masson (from 1874 until his resignation in October 1879). Rev. Smith and Rev. Gibson also travelled to Woolwich once a month to preach to the congregation of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Winterbourne.

On May 18, 1880 St. Andrew's and Union Presbyterian Churches joined together to form Central Presbyterian Church; the St. Andrew's Church building was taken down in 1889.

[Note: the present-day St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Galt dates from c.1917, the outgrowth of a Mission School of Central Presbyterian Church which had its beginnings c.1891. (A. Taylor, WHS 1950(38):37-38.)]

Records:
Baptism dates: 1832-1875 Location of records: Central Presbyterian Church
Marriage dates: 1849-1879 Location of records: Central Presbyterian Church
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

On microfilm at the Cambridge Public Library are: Baptisms July 15, 1832-March 9, 1834; October 18, 1844; February 14, 1845-June 1848; November 26, 1848-February 1862; December 1862-February 1875. Also Marriages February 1849-November 1857 and 1858-1879; including several pages for February 16, 1850-September 5, 1850; January 30, 1851-Oct 22, 1852; and January 2, 1854-March 1857 (all indexed). Those records for St. Andrew's currently at Central Presbyterian Church are: Session books 1836-1879, and the Church Minutes Book 1846-1863. At the Archives of Ontario: Baptisms 1832-1902, Marriages 1851-1899. Some Births for 1837, 1839, 1852-55, 1860 are in the Civil Registers for Waterloo County, National Archives microfilm C-15758, which is available at the Kitchener Public Library. Huber (1986) contains some Marriage information. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints microfilm 0204131 contains Baptisms 1832-1862, 1861-1875, and Marriages 1849-1879.

References: Barrie 1982; Cant 1915:30; Dickson 1904:106; Grant 1967:11, 1988:123-126; Hamilton 1941:26; Hebblethwaite, WHS 1946(52):79-82; Presbyterian Church; Quantrell, WHS 1988(76):113,119,121; Smith 1965:108; A. Taylor 1970:205-206; R. Taylor 1986; Young 1880:74,85,198,203.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011]

Church History: See Central Presbyterian Church History 
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Joined with Central Presbyterian - building gone Cambridge
 
6625 Address 14 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 47 RP67R3391 PT 2 Acres 0.078016 Roll Number 300604004507500 Teranet PIN 038060073 
St. Andrews St. 0014 - cottage - stone Cambridge
 
6626 Address 16 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 46 RP58R12163 PT 2 Acres 0 Roll Number 300604004507600 Teranet PIN 038060223

Address 18 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 46 RP58R12163 PT 2 Acres 0 Roll Number 300604004507600 Teranet PIN 038060223 
St. Andrews St. 0016 -18 - cottages - double semi-detached stone Cambridge
 
6627 Address 22 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 45 Acres 0.046667 Roll Number 300604004507700 Teranet PIN 038060027 
St. Andrews St. 0022 Cambridge
 
6628 Address 24 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 456 PT LOT 45 Acres 0.121325 Roll Number 300604004507900 Teranet PIN 038060025 
St. Andrews St. 0024 Cambridge
 
6629 Address 64 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 479 LOT 4 Acres 0.03 Roll Number 300604004508500 Teranet PIN 038060199 
St. Andrews St. 0064 - St. Andrews Terrace Row Houses - brick Designated Cambridge
 
6630 Address 65 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INSTITUTIONAL Survey Description PLAN 456 LOT 73 PLAN D10 LOTS 25 AND 26 Acres 1.01 Roll Number 300604005608900 Teranet PIN 038060128 
St. Andrews St. 0065 - Dickson Public School - stone - Designated Cambridge
 
6631 Address 66 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 479 LOT 5 Acres 0.03 Roll Number 300604004508600 Teranet PIN 038060200 
St. Andrews St. 0066 - St. Andrews Terrace Row Houses - brick Designated Cambridge
 
6632 Address 68 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 479 LOT 6 Acres 0.03 Roll Number 300604004508700 Teranet PIN 038060201 
St. Andrews St. 0068 - St. Andrews Terrace Row Houses - brick Designated Cambridge
 
6633 Address 70 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 479 LOT 7 Acres 0.03 Roll Number 300604004508800 Teranet PIN 038060202 
St. Andrews St. 0070 - St. Andrews Terrace Row Houses - brick Designated Cambridge
 
6634 Address 72 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 479 LOT 8 Acres 0.03 Roll Number 300604004508900 Teranet PIN 038060203 
St. Andrews St. 0072 - St. Andrews Terrace Row Houses - brick Designated Cambridge
 
6635 Address 74 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 479 LOT 9 Acres 0.03 Roll Number 300604004509000 Teranet PIN 038060204 
St. Andrews St. 0074 - St. Andrews Terrace Row Houses - brick Designated Cambridge
 
6636 Address 76 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 479 LOT 10 Acres 0.05 Roll Number 300604004509100 Teranet PIN 038060205 
St. Andrews St. 0076 - St. Andrews Terrace Row Houses - brick Designated Cambridge
 
6637 "The Lawn", Irving-Warnock House stone, built 1850s (now Coutts Funeral Home) St. Andrews St. 0096 - stone house - "The Lawn" Irving Warnock House Cambridge
 
6638 Address 96 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN D10 PT LOT 1 Acres 1.351526 Roll Number 300605005713200 Teranet PIN 038030153

Address 44 GILHOLM AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN D10 PT LOT 1 Acres 1.351526 Roll Number 300605005713200 Teranet PIN 038030153 
St. Andrews St. 0096 - stone house - "The Lawn" Irving Warnock House Cambridge
 
6639 Address 132 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN D10 PT LOT 4 Acres 0.199962 Roll Number 300605005809500 Teranet PIN 038030120

Address 134 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN D10 PT LOT 4 Acres 0.199962 Roll Number 300605005809500 Teranet PIN 038030120 
St. Andrews St. 0132 - stone cottage Cambridge
 
6640 Address 158 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 451 LOT 4 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300605005810100 Teranet PIN 038300079 
St. Andrews St. 0158 (house, 1 1/2 storey, yellow brick, Ontario Gothic) Cambridge
 
6641 Address 190 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PL 451 LT 7 PT LOTS 9-13 Acres 1.082012 Roll Number 300605006011800 Teranet PIN 038300086 
St. Andrews St. 0190 - Designated Cambridge
 
6642 Address 255 ST ANDREWS ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INSTITUTIONAL Survey Description PLAN D6 PT LOT 4 PLAN 185 PT LOT 393 CON 10 PT SUB DIV LOT 2 WGR Acres 7.1 Roll Number 300605006312900 Teranet PIN 226690182 
St. Andrews St. 0255 - limestone - former Eventide and Galt Hospital Gone Cambridge
 
6643 St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church

Begun: 1858

Early missionaries from Niagara and St. Agatha were probably in the Galt area as well but mention is made only of Preston and Hespeler. However, Galt is included in the records at the time of  Father John Holzer  who did missionary work from New Germany (1848-1852) and Guelph (1852-1863). He is reported to have visited Galt in November, 1851 when he conducted Mass in a small house. Services continued to be held in private homes, in a cooper's shop, and in the upstairs of the Fire Hall. Catholics in Galt were few, none wealthy, and land for a Catholic church was not easily obtained. Father Holzer finally was able to secure property for this purpose by enlisting the services of a go-between; the deed for the property is dated December 19, 1855. A frame church was built in 1858-59, and the dedication service, conducted by the Rt. Rev. John Farrell, Bishop of Hamilton, was on Sunday, May 13, 1860.

From 1827 to 1834 the Galt area was served from Niagara-on-the-Lake by Fathers James W. Campion, Cassidy, and John Cullen, although there is no record that they actually came to Galt. Galt was attended to by priests from St. Agatha and Guelph from 1834-1852, from Brantford 1853-1857, and from Paris 1858 until 1876 when the congregation received its first resident pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Ryan. Galt became a Parish in the following year, 1877, and from that time the records remained in Galt.

The growing congregation necessitated the construction of a new and larger church in 1879-1880. The first frame church was moved to church property on Rose Street where it continued as the place of worship for the congregation until the new brick church was completed. The Rt. Rev. Peter Crinnon, Bishop of Hamilton, conducted the cornerstone laying ceremony on Tuesday afternoon, May 18, 1880. Dedication services for the new church were held on January 9, 1881, also by Bishop Crinnon.

Records:
Baptism dates: 1877- Location of records: at church
Marriage dates: 1877- Location of records: at church
Burial dates: 1877- Location of records: at church

Mahler (1962) states that records for Galt citizens are in the early registers of St. Agatha, New Germany, and Guelph's Church of Our Lady. Some early records might also be at Paris, to 1876. Preston church records may include the Roman Catholics from Galt who travelled there for church services and the sacraments before the Galt Church was built. See Waterloo County Marriages 1858-1869 for marriage information for 1860. Some Births for 1860 are in the Civil Registers for Waterloo County, National Archives microfilm C-15758, available at the Kitchener Public Library. Baptisms and Marriages in the Niagara District 1830-1832 (Norfolk 1992a) and 1827 Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials at Dundas, and Guelph 1827-1830 (Norfolk 1992b) have been transcribed and are available at the Kitchener Public Library.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: 53 Wellington St., Cambridge, ON N1R 3Y6 - located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 623-3773.]
References: Cant 1915:76-81; Spetz 1916:162-166; R. Taylor 1986.
Church History: Mahler, Louis J. History of Saint Patrick's Parish, Galt, 1827-1962, 1962.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener,  Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [with kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose] 
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church Cambridge
 
6644 15 State St. does not appear on Waterloo Locator. Stone house on corner and may be 101 Birch St. It is split and other half is listed as 19 Birch. Stone house built by James Young in 1857 before moving to McKenzie St. in 1871. State St. 0015 - stone cottage Cambridge
 
6645 Address 115 STATE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 457 LOTS 14 & 15 Acres 0.21 Roll Number 300601003111700 Teranet PIN 038400010 
State St. 0115 - house - stone Designated Cambridge
 
6646 Address 5 TANNERY ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category GOVERNMENT Survey Description PLAN 540 LOT 5 PT LOTS 1 2 4 PLAN 544 PT LTS 28 29 31 32 LOT 30 RP 67R549 PTS 2 TO6 RP 67R1542 PT 1 SEE NTE Acres 1.27 Roll Number 300615000704000 Teranet PIN 037600012 
Tannery St. E. 0005 (Library, brick) Cambridge
 
6647 Address 11 TANNERY ST E,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category GOVERNMENT Survey Description PLAN 540 LOT 5 PT LOTS 1 2 4 PLAN 544 PT LTS 28 29 31 32 LOT 30 RP 67R549 PTS 2 TO6 RP 67R1542 PT 1 SEE NTE Acres 1.27 Roll Number 300615000704000 Teranet PIN 037600012 
Tannery St. E. 0011 Hespeler Town Centre Designated Cambridge
 
6648 Hespeler Town Centre / Cambridge Fire Department Station 2

* Designated 11 Tannery St., Cambridge Year Built: 1914-1915 Architect: John Evans, Evans & Fulford, Galt This designated heritage building originally housed offices for the mayor, town clerk, police chief, tax assessor and collector, board of health welfare officer, and caretaker. The former town council chambers, along with Cambridge Fire Department Station 2, occupies the original Hespeler Fire Hall portion of the building. 1a

1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Tannery St. E. 0011 Hespeler Town Centre Designated Cambridge
 
6649 Hespeler Town Centre / Cambridge Fire Department Station 2

Designated 11 Tannery St., Cambridge Year Built: 1914-1915 Architect: John Evans, Evans & Fulford, Galt This designated heritage building originally housed offices for the mayor, town clerk, police chief, tax assessor and collector, board of health welfare officer, and caretaker. The former town council chambers, along with Cambridge Fire Department Station 2, occupies the original Hespeler Fire Hall portion of the building.1a

1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Tannery St. E. 0011 Hespeler Town Centre Designated Cambridge
 
6650 Salvation Army Citadel originally a Baptist Church. Tannery St. E. 0018 (church, brick) Cambridge
 
6651 Address 1366 THORMAN PL,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1174 LOT 22 PT LOT 18 Acres 1 Roll Number 300611000809600 Teranet PIN 037680094 
Thorman Place 1366 (house, stone) Cambridge
 
6652 a tuck pointed broken coursed limestone cottage with tall limestone chimneys. Demolisted by 2009. Street formerly known as North St. Thorne St. 0013 (cottage stone) Gone Cambridge
 
6653 formerly North St., in 1975 it was the Lions Hall for senior citizens.  Was the old Methodist church. Served as a girl's school for Dr. Tassie.   Unable to locate 18 Thorne St. On map. Appears to be one story stone structure Thorne St. 0018 (former stone church and hall) Cambridge
 
6654 Address 4790 TOWNLINE RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category FARM Survey Description CON 4 BEASLEYS LOWER BLK PT LOT 13 RP 58R13314 PT 1 Acres 9.4 Roll Number 300615002101800 Teranet PIN 037580011 
Townline Rd. 4790 (Mill, stone, Knechtel Mill or Papersmith Mill) Cambridge
 
6655 2 story stone mill. Built as mill, good condition. Used in 2009 as bread and breakfast. Townline Rd. 4860 (Mill, stone, W. A. Kribs Flour Mill, Knechtel Mill or Papersmith Mill) Cambridge
 
6656 4860 TOWNLINE RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 4 BLK BEASLEYS LOWER PT LOT 13 AND RP 58R13314 PT 2 Acres 5.01 Roll Number 300615002101700 Teranet PIN 037580008 
Townline Rd. 4860 (Mill, stone, W. A. Kribs Flour Mill, Knechtel Mill or Papersmith Mill) Cambridge
 
6657 Address 201 TRILLIUM AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 546 PT LOT 11 PT LOT 12 DIVISION B Acres 0.16 Roll Number 300614000113200 Teranet PIN 226310420 
Trillium Ave. 0201 (house) Cambridge
 
6658 Trinity Anglican Church

Begun: 1840

An Anglican missionary, Rev. Michael Boomer, arrived in Galt in 1840 to organize the community's first Anglican congregation. Services were held in the Township Hall until the fall of 1844 when a new stone church was completed. The building was opened and consecrated in October, 1844 by Dr. Strachan, Bishop of the Diocese of Toronto. Land for the church had been donated by the Dickson family and the cost of the building was assumed largely by the Dicksons and by Absalom Shade. The first Rector of Trinity Church, Rev. Michael Boomer, was to minister to the Galt congregation until moving to London in 1872 when he became Principal of Huron College and Dean of the Huron diocese. Dean Boomer was followed by Reverend Canons Brock (1872-1873), Curran (1873-1877), Hinks (1877-1886) and Rev. Canon Ridley who was rector from 1886 until his sudden death in November 1915.

The first Parish Hall was built in 1855 through the generosity of Mr. Shade. When Mr. Shade died in 1862 his Will provided funds for the construction of a Rectory along with an endowment fund to provide for the rector's salary. The church was enlarged in 1856, and in 1868 the Parish Hall was made larger. The interior of the church was altered in 1885-1886 and the Norman Tower was added during the same time frame through the generosity of Matthew Wilks. Work began on rebuilding the Parish Hall with the laying of the cornerstone on July 17, 1911. Electric lighting was installed in 1916. The Parish Hall was further enlarged in 1956; the new Chapel of the Holy Trinity was built about the same time.

Canon Ridley established a Mission in Preston in 1888. Construction of St. John's Anglican Church in that community was begun in 1889 with dedication services held in 1890. St. James Anglican Church in Hespeler also began as a Mission of Galt. Work began in 1919 on St. David's Mission at the corner of Pollock and Chalmers Street in Galt. The Mission, which began as a Sunday School, was dedicated by Archbishop Williams in April 1920.

Records:
Baptism dates: 1850- Location of records: at church
Marriage dates: 1850- Location of records: at church
Burial dates: 1850- Location of records: at church

Records on microfilm at the Cambridge Public Library include: Vestry Minute Books 1877-1916, and the Parish Registers for 1850-1916, which include Baptisms, Marriages and Burials. A transcription of the Burials 1851-1874 (Huber 1984) is available at the Kitchener Public Library. Some early marriages may be found in Huber (1986).

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: 12 Blair Road Cambridge, ON N1S 2H5, located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 621-8860]
References: Cant 1915:35-46; Denis-Nathan, WHS 1970(58):27,29; Galt 1928:26; R. Taylor 1986; WHS 1971(59):73.
Church History: Thomas, Rev. A.B. Trinity Church, Galt, Ontario, Centenary Souvenir 1844-1944. Galt: C.E. Knowles Printing, 19441a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener,  Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [with kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose] 
Trinity Anglican Church Cambridge
 
6659 Union Presbyterian Church

Begun: 1870 Closed: 1880

The church was formed from the union of Melville Presbyterian Church and the short-lived Bayne Church (or the New Presbyterian Congregation) on April 13, 1870. Bayne Church had been formed on August 19, 1869, and had held its first and last communion in November 1869. In June of 1879 the pulpit of Union Church, which had been occupied by Rev. Richard Bentley since 1871, became vacant.  Rev. James A.R. Dickson,  who was soon to serve the new united Central Presbyterian Church congregation, was called to Union Church on October 14, 1879. Union joined with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church to become Central Presbyterian Church on May 18, 1880. The Union Church building was sold to  Thomas Hamilton  and was "used as a dwelling until destroyed by fire in 1890" (Barrie 1982:33).

Records:
Baptism dates: 1870-1880 Location of records: Central Presbyterian Church
Marriage dates: 1870-1880 Location of records: Central Presbyterian Church
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

Session Minutes 1870-1880, and Managers' Records 1870-1879, are also at Central Presbyterian Church. Baptisms 1870-1880 are on The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints microfilm 0204131.

References: Armstrong 1881; Barrie 1982; Dickson 1904:64,89-90; Presbyterian Church; A. Taylor 1970:198; R. Taylor 1986.
Church History: See Central Presbyterian Church History.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Union Presbyterian Church See also Central Presbyterian Church Cambridge
 
6660 Name was adopted in 1870 in 1879 merged with St. Andrew's Presbyterian to form Central Presbyterian. Union Presbyterian Church See also Central Presbyterian Church Cambridge
 
6661 Col. J.A. McIntosh, DSO, ED, Armoury

1 Valour Pl., Cambridge

Year Built: 1914

Home of the Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada, this fine 1914 example of the "1880 Series" of Canadian armouries, with its Tudor-influenced design, brick-and-limestone construction, corner towers and turrets, is in the downtown core of Cambridge. The displays of regimental history in the armoury museum preserve the region strong military heritage.1a

1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Valour Place 0001 (Armoury, red brick, 2 storey) Cambridge
 
6662 Address 4 VETERANS WAY,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 8 LOT 9 W/S AINSLIE Acres 0.391345 Roll Number 300604002901000 Teranet PIN 038160284

Address 82 AINSLIE ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 8 LOT 9 W/S AINSLIE Acres 0.391345 Roll Number 300604002901000 Teranet PIN 038160284 
Veterans Way 0004 (stone and brick) formerly includes 82 Ainslie St. S. Cambridge
 
6663 Address 24 VETERANS WAY,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 12 W/S AINSLIE Acres 0.07 Roll Number 300604002901600 Teranet PIN 038160278 
Veterans Way 0024 - 96 Ainslie St. S. - semi-detached stone house Cambridge
 
6664 Address 28 VETERANS WAY,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 12 W/S AINSLIE Acres 0.12 Roll Number 300604002901700 Teranet PIN 038160277 
Veterans Way 0028 -formerly 98 Ainslie St. S. - semi-detached stone house Cambridge
 
6665 Address 14 VICTORIA AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 451 PT LOT 7 PT LOT 8 E/S RICHARDSON Acres 0.13 Roll Number 300604005910600 Teranet PIN 038330114

Address 16 VICTORIA AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 451 PT LOT 7 PT LOT 8 E/S RICHARDSON Acres 0.13 Roll Number 300604005910600 Teranet PIN 038330114 
Victoria Ave - 0014- - 16 House - stucco Cambridge
 
6666 Address 43 VICTORIA AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INDUSTRIAL Survey Description PLAN 451 LOT 13 LOT 14 S/S VICTORIA Acres 0.46 Roll Number 300604005910300 Teranet PIN 038330141 
Victoria Ave - 0043 - 45 - Commericial - stone - 1 storey - Peter Hay Knife Works Cambridge
 
6667 Peter Hay Knife Works constructed about 1860 originally limestone, reduced to 1 storey.  Founded in 1882 by Peter Hay a blacksmith who came to Galt from Scotland in 1861 and worked at Goldie McCulloch (now Babcock & Wilcox) and at James Warnock and Co. before setting up his own knife manufacturing shop. Victoria Ave - 0043 - 45 - Commericial - stone - 1 storey - Peter Hay Knife Works Cambridge
 
6668 The hub and spoke manufacturing business first started by Thomas Todd and John Davidson in 1861 and later operated by Young and Smith. Mr. Scott purchased the business in 1873 and operated it for many years as R. Scott and Son Ltd., later the Victoria Wheel Works. The buildings were damaged by fire in 1882 but were rebuilt and enlarged. Mr. Scott continued to manage the business until 1906 when he sold it to his son-in-law George A. Dobbie. The business was located at the foot of Main St. for many years before moving to new facilities on Middleton St. in 1913. Victoria Wheel Works Cambridge
 
6669 Address 132 WALKER ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 29 LOT 30 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300615001002000 Teranet PIN 037590044 
Walker St. 0132 - house - brick Designated Cambridge
 
6670 Address 164 WALKER ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 29 LOT 24 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300615001001400 Teranet PIN 037590049 
Walker St. 0164 - house - 2 storey - red brick Cambridge
 
6671 Address 2 WARNOCK ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT BLK B E/S WATER RP67R502 PT 3 Acres 0.05 Roll Number 300604002804105 Teranet PIN 038160066

Address 4 WARNOCK ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT BLK B E/S WATER RP67R502 PT 3 Acres 0.05 Roll Number 300604002804105 Teranet PIN 038160066 
Warnock St. 0002 - 4 - house stone "Alexander Adair House" Designated Cambridge
 
6672 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Water St. N. 0002 - 4 - Commericial Designated Cambridge
 
6673 Address 10 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 2 WS WATER PT GRAND RIVER BED RP67R2713 PTS 1 & 2 Acres 0.070127 Roll Number 300604001607600 Teranet PIN 226630080

Address 12 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 2 WS WATER PT GRAND RIVER BED RP67R2713 PTS 1 & 2 Acres 0.070127 Roll Number 300604001607600 Teranet PIN 226630080

Address 14 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 2 WS WATER PT GRAND RIVER BED RP67R2713 PTS 1 & 2 Acres 0.070127 Roll Number 300604001607600 Teranet PIN 226630080

Address 16 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 2 WS WATER PT GRAND RIVER BED RP67R2713 PTS 1 & 2 Acres 0.070127 Roll Number 300604001607600 Teranet PIN 226630080 
Water St. N. 0012-16 - Scott's Block & IOOF Building - glazed red brick Cambridge
 
6674 Address 18 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 3 W/S WATER PT BED OF GRAND RIVER RP 67R1833 PTS 3 & 4 Acres 0.063112 Roll Number 300604001607700 Teranet PIN 226630079

Address 20 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 3 W/S WATER PT BED OF GRAND RIVER RP 67R1833 PTS 3 & 4 Acres 0.063112 Roll Number 300604001607700 Teranet PIN 226630079

Address 22 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 3 W/S WATER PT BED OF GRAND RIVER RP 67R1833 PTS 3 & 4 Acres 0.063112 Roll Number 300604001607700 Teranet PIN 226630079

Address 24 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 3 W/S WATER PT BED OF GRAND RIVER RP 67R1833 PTS 3 & 4 Acres 0.063112 Roll Number 300604001607700 Teranet PIN 226630079 
Water St. N. 0018-24 - Old Galt Report building Cambridge
 
6675 Address 21 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 2 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.11983 Roll Number 300604001606800 Teranet PIN 038150121

Address 23 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 2 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.11983 Roll Number 300604001606800 Teranet PIN 038150121

Address 25 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 2 S/S DICKSON Acres 0.11983 Roll Number 300604001606800 Teranet PIN 038150121 
Water St. N. 0023- commercial 3 storey red brick (building covers 21, 23 and 25) Cambridge
 
6676 Address 33 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category GOVERNMENT Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 3 & 4 PT LOTS 5 & 6 E/S WATER PT LOT 1 S/S THORNE LOT 1 N/S DICKSON Acres 0.921725 Roll Number 300604001607000 Teranet PIN 038150114 
Water St. N. 0033 - Post Office Cambridge
 
6677 Address 34 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 5 AND 6 PT LOTS 4 AND 7 W/S WATER RP 67R1784 PTS 1 & 2 PT BED OF GRAND RIVER Acres 0.209852 Roll Number 300604001607800 Teranet PIN 226630077 
Water St. N. 0034 - Commericial - Galt Carnegie Library - brick Designated Cambridge
 
6678 South Water Street Baptist, First Baptist, Avenue Road Baptist Churches

Begun: 1876

According to Cant (1915:67), "About 1850 or 1851 the colored people in the village of Galt, who were Baptists, held their services in a house on King Street." The services were eventually discontinued. Some years later the Baptist organization held meetings in the same building on King Street, and were "regularly organized" (Ibid.). This was the early Baptist Church shown on Pollock's 1867 Map of Galt on King Street near Queen Street. Later services were held in the Methodist New Connexion Church. The Canadian Baptist July 21, 1870, (pg. 2) reported that the [Church] Council had met July 5, 1870 to consider organizing a Baptist congregation in Galt. The "newly formed church" had 14 members.

A Baptist Church was organized in 1876 by Dr. Thomas Leslie Davidson from the Guelph Baptist Church, and services were held in a number of downtown locations until a small building was erected in 1878 at the corner of South Water and Chapman Streets, and opened for worship on Sunday, October 6, 1878. Rev. Robert Clark was ordained pastor of the congregation the next day, October 7, 1878. This small church was replaced by a newer, larger one on the same site in 1886. The cornerstone for the new church was laid on August 5, 1886, with Rev. Dr. Castle, Principal of McMaster Hall, Toronto, officiating. Opening services in the new brick church were held on February 6, 1887; Rev. Dr. Castle preached at the morning service. An auditorium was built in the next year. Early pastors were Rev. Thomas Baldwin (1876-1878) and Rev. William S. Walker (1879-1888).

The church was known as South Water Street Baptist until August 7, 1955 when the name was changed to First Baptist Church by unanimous vote of the congregation. A new Christian Education wing was opened and dedicated the next year, on April 5, 1956.

On May 26, 1978 First Baptist and Delta Park Baptist churches voted to amalgamate effective July 1, 1978, and to relocate to a new facility when finances permitted. The two congregations continued to meet as one in the Water Street South building with the name of First Delta Baptist Church. The Water Street South property was sold to the City of Cambridge in November 1982 and the congregation then met in Avenue Road School. A sod turning ceremony was held in February 1983 and the congregation moved into the new building in November of that same year. The official opening and dedication service was held in January 1984.

A Sunday School Mission, which was to become Delta Park Baptist Church, was opened July 1, 1909 in a building on North Water Street. The mission became a church in 1919 with the name of Bremner Baptist Church until 1943 when Rev. W.F. Bremner, for whom the church was named, died. The church was renamed Delta Park Baptist Church at that time.

Records:
Baptism dates*: unknown Location of records: unknown
Marriage dates: 1896-1954 Location of records: Canadian Baptist Archives
Burial dates*: unknown Location of records: unknown

The membership list for 1888 is at the Canadian Baptist Archives, as are the Minutes 1895-1933. Records at the Canadian Baptist Archives may be seen with written permission from the church. *Please refer to the Introduction for an explanation regarding Baptist church records.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: Avenue Road Baptist Church, 465 Avenue Road, R.R. # 3, Cambridge, ON N1R 5S4 - located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 621-4391.]
References: Baptist Church; Cant 1915:67-69; Struthers 1971; R. Taylor 1986.
Church Histories: 1) South Water Street Baptist Church, Galt, Ontario c.1930 & 1934 [brief Church Histories]. 2) How the Avenue Road Baptist Church Came To Be, n.d.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener,  Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [with kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose]
 
Water St. N. 0047 - Commercial - two storey brick (includes,41,43,45,47) Cambridge
 
6679 Address 60 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category LAND Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 10 11 & 12 PT LOT 9 W/S WATER N FP10-8 Acres 0.38 Roll Number 300604001608400 Teranet PIN 226630073

Address 62 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category LAND Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 10 11 & 12 PT LOT 9 W/S WATER N FP10-8 Acres 0.38 Roll Number 300604001608400 Teranet PIN 226630073 
Water St. N. 0060 - House - stone - Morris Lutz House Designated Cambridge
 
6680 Address 200 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category INSTITUTIONAL Survey Description PLAN 448 LOT A LOT B Acres 9.05 Roll Number 300603000613600 Teranet PIN 037740038 
Water St. N. 0200 - School - See Galt Collegiate Institute designated Cambridge
 
6681 Address 203 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 440 PT LOT 1 E/S WATER ST PT LOT 1 W/S HADDINGTON ST Acres 0.309672 Roll Number 300603000611100 Teranet PIN 038070023 
Water St. N. 0203 - House - red brick 2 storey Cambridge
 
6682 Address 232 WATER ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 461 LOT 3 Acres 0.172293 Roll Number 300603000613800 Teranet PIN 037740059 
Water St. N. 0232 - House - stone - 1 1/2 storey Cambridge
 
6683 The Merchants Bank, founded in 1861, opened its Galt branch on March 1, 1868 on the site of the Commercial Bank. The first office was at the southeast corner of Water Street and Dickson at the site now occupied by the Montreal Trust building. The first manager of the Merchants Bank was William Cooke who managed the branch until 1875. In 1887 the Merchants Bank moved into the northern most end of the newly complete Imperial Block at 14 Water Street South and remained there until 1919 when a new bank building was erected on the northeast corner of the intersection of Main and Water Street. At the time this building, housing the Bank of Montreal, was considered one of the finest banking buildings west of Toronto. The Merchants Bank ceased operation between 1921 and 1922 when it was absorbed by the Bank of Montreal. The picture of the Bank of Montreal (on the right) was taken in July 1997. Water St. S. 0014 - Bank - 2 storey - Merchants Bank Demolished Cambridge
 
6684 Address 14 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 30 Acres 0.209875 Roll Number 300604002810200 Teranet PIN 038060186

Address 16 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 30 Acres 0.209875 Roll Number 300604002810200 Teranet PIN 038060186

Address 18 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 30 Acres 0.209875 Roll Number 300604002810200 Teranet PIN 038060186

Address 20 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 30 Acres 0.209875 Roll Number 300604002810200 Teranet PIN 038060186

Address 22 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 30 Acres 0.209875 Roll Number 300604002810200 Teranet PIN 038060186

Address 24 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 30 Acres 0.209875 Roll Number 300604002810200 Teranet PIN 038060186

Address 26 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 30 Acres 0.209875 Roll Number 300604002810200 Teranet PIN 038060186

Address 28 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 30 Acres 0.209875 Roll Number 300604002810200 Teranet PIN 038060186

Address 30 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 30 Acres 0.209875 Roll Number 300604002810200 Teranet PIN 038060186

Address 32 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 30 Acres 0.209875 Roll Number 300604002810200 Teranet PIN 038060186 
Water St. S. 0014 -32 - Commericial - Imperial Block - red brick Cambridge
 
6685 Address 31 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 27 Acres 0.20309 Roll Number 300604002809300 Teranet PIN 038160059 
Water St. S. 0031 - Commercial building Cambridge
 
6686 Address 34 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN D7 LOT 31 Acres 0.055476 Roll Number 300604002810300 Teranet PIN 038060185 
Water St. S. 0034 - Old Firehall - stone Cambridge
 
6687 Address 36 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 1 W/S WATER RP67R2836 PTS 2 TO 7 & 9 Acres 0.09016 Roll Number 300604002810400 Teranet PIN 038069501

Address 38 WATER ST S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category COMMERCIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 1 W/S WATER RP67R2836 PTS 2 TO 7 & 9 Acres 0.09016 Roll Number 300604002810400 Teranet PIN 038069501 
Water St. S. 0036 - 38 commercial - stone - Designated Cambridge
 
6688 Galt Woollens Factory partially construced in 1859. Water St. S. 0036 - 38 commercial - stone - Designated Cambridge
 
6689 Cambridge Arts Centre Home of Galt Little Theatre

47 Water St. S., Cambridge
Architect: Thomas Boughton
Year Built: 1887
Unique to local church architecture, the former South Water Street Baptist Church is constructed of yellow and red brick in a blend of the Italianate and Romanesque styles. The building was converted by architect Carlos Ventin in 1980, and is currently the home to Galt Little Theatre.1a

1aPast Doors Open Waterloo Region Sites http://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/discoveringTheRegion/resources/DoorsOpenPastSites.pdf 
Water St. S. 0047 Designated See South Water Street Baptist Church Cambridge
 
6690 Commericial building made of stone the former Buchanan, Hope & Co. Demolished by 2009.  Part of a parcel of vacant land that now contains numbers, 40, 42, 46, 48, 50, 52, 56, 58, 60, 72, 64, 66, 68 & 70 Water St. S. 0064 - commercial - stone - Gone Cambridge
 
6691 84 WATER ST S, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category LAND Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 9 TO 12 PT LOTS 8 13 & 14 W/S WATER FP10-37,38,45,73 Acres 0.7 Roll Number 300604002908800 Teranet PIN 038060180 Water St. S. 0084 - Landreth Cottage Designated Cambridge
 
6692 155 Water Street South is an industrial site currently (2011) being converted to residential lofts.

______________________

Canada Machinery Corporation Ltd. can trace its origins back to the first wood-working tools Made in Canada- and to one of the workers who Made them, Alex G. Gourlay, who, together with Messrs. Cant, Laidlaw and Ross, founded the business in 1864.

In 1872 the firm secured a new plant site, strategically located beside the depot for the then Great Western Railway. Construction of a 2 1/2 storey stone building took 4 years. It is still standing and, with many additions and modernizations, still serves as part of the company's engineering ring and administration offices.

Shortly before the new plant was completed, Messrs. Ross and Laidlaw retired and the firm became known as Cant, Gourlay & Co.- the name that graced the new Galt Machine Works when the building was opened in 1876.

1880 saw another addition to the new plant and another name change, to MacGregor, Gourlay Co. Ltd. Two young men working for the company about this time, decided to branch out on their own to develop some original ideas for metalworking machinery.

J. J. Stevens and R. M. Hamilton formed their own company and started manufacturing machine tools in 1886. The machine tool industry in Galt probably had its origins in this venture and it was subsequently noted in a 1927 journal that the design of some of the machines evolved by these two pioneers was afterwards followed by all machine tool builders in Canada.

The firm of Stevens and Hamilton was absorbed by MacGregor, Gourlay in 1895. Hamilton stayed with the company for many years to become Works Manager with the machine tool business destined to play a dominant part in the Company's activities.

By 1900 the firm was established as one of Galt's leading industries and it was about this time that they went into the pin business with the only pin factory in Canada.

The present Canada Machinery Corporation was formed, by Dominion Charter in 1910, to consolidate MacGregor, Gourlay operations with those of four other companies - John Ballantine Co. of Preston; Hespeler Machinery Co., Hespeler; Sussex Machinery Co., Sussex, N.B.; and the wood-working machinery department of Goldie & McCulloch Co. of Galt.1a

1ahttp://www.lib.uwo.ca/programs/companyinformationcanada/ccc-canadamachinery.htm 2011 
Water St. S. 0155 - stone factory - former industrial site Cambridge
 
6693 This company was one in a mesh of woodworking and metal working machinery makers in Galt, which is now part of Cambridge. The company was the result of the merger in 1910 of MacGregor, Gourlay & Co with John Ballantine & Co., Hespeler Machinery Co., part of Goldie & McCulloch Co. Ltd. and Sussex Machinery Co.. Water St. S. 0155 - stone factory - former industrial site Cambridge
 
6694 15 WELLINGTON ST, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 455 PT LOT 18 PLAN 615 LOT 3 E/S WELLINGTON S/S BEVERLY Acres 0.66 Roll Number 300608001712600 Teranet PIN 038170022 Wellington St. 0015 - church stone - First United Church Cambridge
 
6695 First United Church

Begun: 1824

An Associate Synod of North America [Presbyterian] congregation, with its base in the United States, the Church's original communion rolls give the date of organization as July 8, 1824. The first church building was erected in late 1828 or early 1829, and was enlarged in 1841. The church often was referred to as Strang's Meeting House for  Rev. James Strang  who arrived in Galt in 1832 and who was ordained minister to the congregation on July 3, 1833.

The Associate Synod of North America, to which the congregation belonged, was "the American counterpart of the Antiburgher wing of the Scottish Secession" (Grant 1988:72). It is of interest to note that when the cornerstone for the new Town Hall was laid in 1857 Rev. James Strang was referred to as the minister of the United Secession Church. The United Presbyterian Church of North America was formed on May 26, 1858, the result of a union of several groups including the Associate Synod Church. In 1863, the frame meeting house was replaced by the present stone building; the official opening was on April 24, 1863. (The date stone above the front door reads: United Presbyterian Church 1863.)

In early 1907 the congregation held a vote to determine whether or not to disassociate itself from the American church body and join the Presbyterian Church in Canada. The vote was strongly in favour of this change. Release from the United Presbyterian Church was granted on May 13, 1907. The following week the church, now known as First Presbyterian Church, received its official welcome to its new church association at a Guelph Presbytery meeting. In 1925 First Church was the only Presbyterian congregation in Galt to vote for union with the Methodist, Congregational and some Presbyterian churches to form the United Church of Canada, thereby becoming First United Church.

Records:
Baptism dates: 1833- Location of records: at church
Marriage dates: 1835- Location of records: at church
Burial dates: 1833- Location of records: at church

At the Archives of Ontario: Baptisms 1833-1900, Marriages 1835-1903, Burials 1855-1907, and the Communion Roll 1824-1889. At the Presbyterian Church Archives: Baptisms 1833-1899, Marriages 1835-1899, Burials 1855-1899, Congregational Book 1828-1899, and Communion Roll 1824-1879. Records on microfilm at the Cambridge Public Library include Baptisms 1833-1903, Marriages 1835-1903, and Burials 1833-1907. Refer also to Huber (1986) for early marriages. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints microfilm 0204144 contains Session Minutes 1849-1895, Congregational Records 1829-1899, Baptisms 1833-1902, Marriages 1835-1903, Deaths 1855-1906, and Communion Rolls 1824-1903.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: 15 Wellington St., Cambridge, ON N1R 3Y4 - located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 621-8441.]
References: Cant 1915:25-29; Dickson, WHS 1977(65):15; Grant 1988:72,78; Hamilton 1941:25-26; Quantrell, WHS 1988(76):113; A. Taylor 1949:13; A. Taylor 1970:188,196,286; A. Taylor, WHS 1974(62):30; R. Taylor 1986; Young 1880:83.
Church History: Taylor, Andrew W. Banners Unfurled. The History of First United Church, Galt, 1824-1949. Galt: Galt Printers, 1949.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Wellington St. 0015 - church stone - First United Church Cambridge
 
6696 Address 35 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 1 E/S WELLINGTON N/S BEVERLY RP67R2317 PT 1 Acres 0.03 Roll Number 300608000204800 Teranet PIN 038150095 
Wellington St. 0035 - House - associated with First United Church Cambridge
 
6697 Address 37 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 1 Acres 0.05 Roll Number 300608000204901 Teranet PIN 038150094 
Wellington St. 0037 - Galt Free Methodist Church Gone Cambridge
 
6698 44 WELLINGTON ST, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 4 PT LOT 5 W/S WELLINGTON RP58R10686 PT 2 Acres 0.09 Roll Number 300604000109600 Teranet PIN 038150071 William Leslie House Wellington St. 0044 - house on bank 1st floor stone second floor plastered Cambridge
 
6699 Constructed in 1855, possibly by William Leslie(carpenter) house known as the "William Leslie House" historic listed property city of Cambridge. Former Residence of Alexander Baird and family, murals were painted in this home by "Jack" Baird. Also the former home of R.P. SLater and family. Galt councillor and Mayor of Niagara Falls, Canada William Leslie House Wellington St. 0044 - house on bank 1st floor stone second floor plastered Cambridge
 
6700 Address 50 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 6 PT LOT 7 RP58R10903 PT 1 TOG WITH ROW W/S WELLINGTON Acres 0.13 Roll Number 300604000109700 Teranet PIN 038150072 
Wellington St. 0050 - house Cambridge
 
6701 Included street numbers 51, 53, 59. Wellington St. 0053 Church Cambridge
 
6702 64 WELLINGTON ST, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 LOT 10 W/S WELLINGTON Acres 0.18 Roll Number 300604000110100 Teranet PIN 038150076 Wellington St. 0064 - cottage - stone Cambridge
 
6703 Address 95 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 PT LOTS 28 & 29 RP58R10579 PT 1 57.47X150.25X57.63X150.25 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300608000205800 Teranet PIN 038140449 
Wellington St. 0095 - house - red brick 3 pointed dormers Cambridge
 
6704 Address 110 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 PT LOT 247 RP 58R11834 PT 1 Acres 0.09 Roll Number 300607000412400 Teranet PIN 038140188
Address 112 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 PT LOT 247 RP 58R11834 PT 1 Acres 0.09 Roll Number 300607000412400 Teranet PIN 038140188 
Wellington St. 0110-112 Cambridge
 
6705 Address 117 WELLINGTON S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 615 PT LOT 4 E/S STATE Acres 0 Roll Number 300604002905700 Teranet PIN 038160311 
Wellington St. 0117 - cottage - stone - formerly 15 State St. Cambridge
 
6706 Address 119 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 PT LOT 21 RP58R11026 PTS 2 & 3 Acres 0.3 Roll Number 300608000206300 Teranet PIN 038140453 
Wellington St. 0119 - House - red brick centered by wide arched window Cambridge
 
6707 Address 156 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 PT LOT 125 PT LOT 126 Acres 0.14 Roll Number 300607000514600 Teranet PIN 038140314 
Wellington St. 0156 Cambridge
 
6708 Address 161 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 PT LOT 8 Acres 0.19 Roll Number 300608000207700 Teranet PIN 
Wellington St. 0161 Cambridge
 
6709 Address 164 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 PT LOT 82 PT LOT 83 RP 67R563 PT 3 Acres 0 Roll Number 300607000514730 Teranet PIN 038140312 
Wellington St. 0164 - House - vertical board & batten Cambridge
 
6710 Address 171 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 LOT 5 PT LOT 4 Acres 0.19 Roll Number 300608000208000 Teranet PIN 038140338 
Wellington St. 0171 Cambridge
 
6711 Address 186 WELLINGTON ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 447 PT LOT 37 PT LOT 38 Acres 0.15 Roll Number 300607000514900 Teranet PIN 038140292 
Wellington St. 0186 - House - vertical board & batten Cambridge
 
6712 The Wentworth Avenue designation includes the home's exterior elements, as well as the two-storey carriage house at the rear of the property. The property was purchased and the home built in 1916 by  prominent Galt grocer, Hugh Walker.1a

1aCambridge Times 22 Feb 2011 Ray Martin 
Wentworth Ave. 0040 - house - 2 storey red brick Cambridge
 
6713 Address 96 WENTWORTH AVE,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 60 LOT 4 PT LOT 3 Acres 0.26 Roll Number 300606004713100 Teranet PIN 038010061 
Wentworth Ave. 0096 Cambridge
 
6714 Address 51 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364
Address 53 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364
Address 55 AINSLIE ST N,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364
Address 6 CAMBRIDGE ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category SPECIAL PURPOSE Survey Description PLAN 615 LOTS 2 AND 3 PT LOT 1 W CAMBRIDGE RP 58R15422 PTS 16 AND 17 Acres 0.58651242 Roll Number 300604001600600 Teranet PIN 038150364 
Wesley United Church Cambridge
 
6715 Wesley United Church

Begun: 1854

The Galt Wesleyan Methodist church was established in 1854 with the arrival of the Rev. George Kennedy (1854-1855). A first church building was located on the north side of North Street not far from the corner of North and Ainslie Streets and next to the Primitive [Methodist] Church and Mission, as shown on Pollock's 1867 Map of Galt. In 1872 the Wesleyan Methodist congregation, known as Ainslie Street Methodist Church, purchased the former Knox Free Presbyterian church building at the northeast corner of Dickson and Ainslie Streets. At the Annual Meeting of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in June 1872, the "Galt Mission" was given "permission to sell the old church and apply the funds in aid of paying for the new one." Rev. John B. Clarkson was minister at the time.

After the union of the Wesleyan and New Connexion Methodists in 1874 the two congregations became one. The new united congregation also included Primitive Methodists whose church had closed c.1865. The former Knox Church building, which had been used for Methodist services, was sold to the Town in 1877 and was removed in 1879. Construction of the present Wesley Church was begun in 1879 and completed in early 1880. The congregation was given permission in 1878 at the Annual London Conference of the Methodist Church to sell "the church lot" and to apply the proceeds towards the building of the new church. At the 1880 Annual Conference permission was granted to sell the "late New Connexion property in Galt" and to apply the proceeds towards the new church. Rev. John V. Smith, who was appointed to Galt in 1875, was minister when the new church was built. New galleries were added in 1885; dedication services to mark reopening of the sanctuary for worship were held on February 14, 1886.

When the Methodist Church voted for union with the Congregationals and many Presbyterian congregations to form the United Church of Canada on June 10, 1925, the name of the church was changed to Wesley United Church. More space for a Sunday School was made in 1937 in the enlarged church basement; an addition for the chapel and the ladies' parlour was built at the same time.

Records:
Baptism dates: 1888- Location of records: at church
Marriage dates: 1888- Location of records: at church
Burial dates: 1888- Location of records: at church

The original records are at the church. Records on microfilm at the Cambridge Public Library include Register of Members 1888-1902 and the Marriage Registers 1888-1904. In Waterloo County Marriages 1858-1869: Marriage records for 1858-1859, 1861-1864, 1866-1868. Wesleyan Methodist Baptisms for Waterloo County c.1830-c.1874 are in an indexed card file at the Kitchener Public Library. Some records for Births 1860 and Marriages 1854-1855 are in the Civil Registers for Waterloo County 1855-1861, on National Archives microfilm C-15758, available at the Kitchener Public Library. Refer also to Huber (1986) for some early marriages.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: 6 Cambridge St., Cambridge, ON N1R 3R6 - located in the Galt section of Cambridge; 621-6060.]
References: Cant 1915:58-61; Hamilton 1941:35; Hulet, WHS 1964(52):43; McLaughlin 1987:66; Methodist Church; Semple 1985:i(chart); R. Taylor 1986; WHS 1971(59):73; Wesleyan Methodist Church 1872:101; Young 1880:184-185.
Church History: One Hundred Years of Christian Witness 1854-1954. Wesley United Church Galt, Ontario. A Brief History, 1954.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Wesley United Church Cambridge
 
6716 Address 174 WEST RIVER RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 10 PT SUB LOT 1 Acres 0.86 Roll Number 300605006412100 Teranet PIN 226700246 
West River Rd. 0174 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6717 187 WEST RIVER RD, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1201 PT LOT 15 Acres 0.54 Roll Number 300605006410700 Teranet PIN 226780121 West River Rd. 0187 - House - Gothic stone Cambridge
 
6718 Address 197 WEST RIVER RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1201 PT LOT 11 Acres 1.65 Roll Number 300605006411100 Teranet PIN 226780126 
West River Rd. 0197 - House - Cobblestone Cambridge
 
6719 209 WEST RIVER RD, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 1201 PT LOT 6 Acres 2.14 Roll Number 300605006411600 Teranet PIN 226780131 West River Rd. 0209 - Cottage - stone Cambridge
 
6720 Address 224 WEST RIVER RD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 10 PT SUB DIV LT 1 WGR RP67R2733 PTS 3 4 Acres 0.82 Roll Number 300605006414200 Teranet PIN 038310139 
West River Rd. 0224 - House - fieldstone Cambridge
 
6721 251 WEST RIVER RD, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 9 SUB DIV PT LOT 3 WGR PT RD ALLOW RP67R1627 PT 1 RP67R2296 PT 3 Acres 1.5 Roll Number 300605007000100 Teranet PIN 226780138 West River Rd. 0251 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6722 259 WEST RIVER RD, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 9 PT SUB DIV LOT 3 WGR Acres 1.32 Roll Number 300605007000300 Teranet PIN 226780140 West River Rd. 0259 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6723 263 WEST RIVER RD, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 9 SUB DIV PT LOT 3 WGR Acres 2.07 Roll Number 300605007000400 Teranet PIN 226780141 West River Rd. 0263 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6724 275 WEST RIVER RD, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description CON 9 PT SUB LOT 3 WGR RP 58R9557 PT 2 Acres 2.31 Roll Number 300605007000600 Teranet PIN 226780146 West River Rd. 0275 - House - stone Cambridge
 
6725 Address 421 WESTMINSTER DR S,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 95 LOT 50 Acres 0.2 Roll Number 300610002202400 Teranet PIN 037810201 
Westminster Dr. S. 0421 - House - stucco Cambridge
 
6726 Address 323 WILLIAM ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 69 LOT 2 Acres 0.22 Roll Number 300611001804600 Teranet PIN 037780006 
William St. 0323 Cambridge
 
6727 Address 333 WILLIAM ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 69 LOT 3 Acres 0.22 Roll Number 300611001804700 Teranet PIN 037780007 
William St. 0333 - House - clapboard Cambridge
 
6728 Address 406 WILLIAM ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 521 PT LOT 104 PT LOT 105 Acres 0 Roll Number 300611001809800 Teranet PIN 037770051 
William St. 0406 Cambridge
 
6729 Address 530 WILLIAM ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 521 LOT 112 Acres 0.25 Roll Number 300611001809300 Teranet PIN 037770076 
William St. 0530 - house - red brick Designated Cambridge
 
6730 Address 825 WILLIAM ST,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 716 LOT 189 Acres 0 Roll Number 300611001807800 Teranet PIN 037830081 
William St. 0825 Cambridge
 
6731 Address 12 WINSTON BLVD,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 832 PT LOT 45 RP58R9702 PT 6 Acres 0.06 Roll Number 300614000216711 Teranet PIN 226320118 
Winston Blvd. 0012 - House - buff brick Cambridge
 
6732 Address 5 YORK PL,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 463 LOT 31 Acres 0.13 Roll Number 300607000413200 Teranet PIN 038140149 
York Place 0005 Cambridge
 
6733 Address 7 YORK PL,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 463 LOT 30 Acres 0.13 Roll Number 300607000413300 Teranet PIN 038140148 
York Place 0007 Cambridge
 
6734 Address 12 YORK PL,
CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 463 PT LOT 18 Acres 0.08 Roll Number 300607000414100 Teranet PIN 038140153 
York Place 0012 Cambridge
 
6735 14 YORK PL, CITY OF CAMBRIDGE Property Code Category RESIDENTIAL Survey Description PLAN 463 PT LOTS 18&19 RP58R10236 PTS 2,3&4 Acres 0.09 Roll Number 300607000414200 Teranet PIN 038140154 York Place 0014 - house - stone Cambridge
 
6736 Maple Grove Wesleyan Methodist

Zion United Church

Begun: 1843

Wesleyan Methodist services began in 1843, with meetings held in Mr. Butler's barn and in a log schoolhouse located on the southwest corner of the intersection just south of the present-day church. The schoolhouse was destroyed by fire and in 1851 land for a church was donated by John Hilborn; the frame church was later bricked with white "Breslau Brick." The first minister was Rev. J. Willoughby. In 1954 work began on a foundation just a few feet north of the church to which the building was then moved. The white brick had been stripped off and sold prior to the move and was replaced by new red brick. Rededication services were held on June 26, 1955.

The congregation was on the Dumfries Circuit of the Wesleyan Methodist Church and the Rev. George Ferguson, who organized the Circuit, recorded the early meetings of the Zion congregation in his Journal. The Church was later on the Galt, Berlin, Preston and Hespeler Circuits. Nahrgang (c.1976) reports that during the years 1857 to 1874 Zion was served by the Revs. Hamilton Biggar, C.W. Gilbert,  Ozias Barber , Francis Berry, George Kennedy, Alexander Sutherland, and Luther Rice.

In his autobiography, Rev. Dr. Charles Freshman, the German Wesleyan Methodist missionary who served the Preston area from c.1860-1869, stated that he found a few English Methodist families in the district "who used to attend Zion Chapel, about three miles distant, on the Berlin Circuit, as they had no English preaching nearer" (Freshman 1868:211). Since joining the United Church of Canada on June 10, 1925, Zion has been served in charges with Bloomingdale, Freeport and, at the present time (1992), with St. Andrew's United Church in Cambridge (Preston).

Of interest: the dates on the cornerstone of the church are 1851 and 1954.

Records:
Baptism dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Marriage dates: unknown Location of records: unknown
Burial dates: unknown Location of records: unknown

Location of early records is unknown, but it is believed that they have been lost. Session books at the church date from c.1900. Wesleyan Methodist Baptisms for Waterloo County c.1830-c.1874 are in an indexed card file at the Kitchener Public Library.

[ADDRESS/LOCATION: R.R. 31, Cambridge, ON N3H 4R6 - on Speedsville Road, 2 1/2 concessions north of Preston, on the west side of the road.]

References: Freshman 1868:211; Hunsperger, WHS 1951(39):44; Nahrgang c.1976; WHS 1955(43):44.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Zion United Church Cambridge
 
6737 Agnes Mason Cameron was named for her maternal grandmother Agnes (Mason) McVicar. She was baptised at St. Andrews Presbyterian in Galt on 7 Feb 1869. In 1891 she was a nurse in Waterloo. In 1901 she was Head Nurse at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. About 1901 she married Frederick Barnet Edmand of East Gwillimbury, York, Ont. On 17 Apr 1902 she gave birth to a son Andrew Cameron Edmand in Brantford. On 4 Jun 1903 she gave birth to a daughter Margaret in Brandon, Manitoba but her daughter died 30 Jul 1903. The family lived at 348 8th St., Brandon and Frederick sold or worked with pianos. Later they were at 513 13th st in Brandon. By Feb 1928 she was living in Toronto City and on 12 Mar 1942 she died at her sister Jean Linscott's home at 390 Sunnyside Ave, Toronto.1a

1aElizabeth Cameron Dietrich email 2011 
Agnes Mason Cameron
 
6738 AITCHISON, Audrey

Of 204 Hickory St., Cambridge, on Friday, March 30, 1990, at K-W Hospital, Audrey Cameron, in her 57th year. Beloved wife of Joseph Aitchison; dear mother of Elaine (Mrs. Brian Stoliker) of Cambridge; lovingly remembered by two grandchildren, Jennifer and Bradley; two brothers, Bruce of Parry Sound and Norman of Durham; one sister, Jessie (Mrs. David Andrews) of Parry Sound. Mrs. Aitchison was born in Huntsville and came to Cambridge, in 1953. The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be conducted at the funeral home on Monday, April 2, at 3:30 p.m. Interment, Parklawn cemetery, Cambridge.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 31 Mar 1990 pg A17 
Audrey Cameron
 
6739 Bethia Turner Cameron was born 7 May 1874 in Waterloo. "Bethia" seems to be a variant of Elizabeth as she appears to have been named for her paternal grandmother, Elizabeth (Turner) Cameron Smith. She was a tailoress, never married and lived with her parents until both died. The started off in Galt, and relocated to Branford by 1901. Bethia died in Brantford Dec 1952.1a

1aEmail from Elizabeth Cameron Dietrich 2011 
Bethia Cameron
 
6740 With that large hearted kindness so characteristic of Captain and Mrs. Smith, they, in 1832, adopted Catherine Kennedy, who, like Mary Asia Wilbee, had been left motherless when a child. Catherine Kennedy grew up with the younger ones in the family until she married the late William Stork and is at present living in Winterbourne.1a

1aThe Early History of Elora, Ontario, and Vicinity by John R. Connon 
Catherine Cameron
 
6741 In Galt, on Sunday morning, 8th inst., at 20 minutes past 11 o'clock, Daniel Camerson aged 40 years.

Galt Reporter Jun 13 1879 pg 3 
Daniel Cameron
 
6742 Daniel "Dan" Cameron was born 14 Oct 1879 in Galt just 4 months after his uncle Daniel died. In 1901 he moved to Brantford with his family. No occupation is listed for him on the 1901 census although he as 22 yrs old. By 1905 he was in Winnipeg and in 1916 he was in Vancouver.

Ontario, Canada Births 1869-1911
Mrs. John Cameron, Branford Weekly Expositor 2 Feb 1905 p7
William Cameron Ella Campbell, Brantford Weekly Expositor 13 Jun 1902 p2
John Cameron Brantford Weekly Expositor 7 Sep 1916 p12
William Cameron Brantford Expositor 10 Feb 1928 p6
Mrs. A M Edmand, Brantford Expositor 13 Mar 1942 p1a

1aEmail from Elizabeth Cameron Dietrich 2011 
Donald Cameron
 
6743 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Donald Joseph Cameron
 
6744 Mrs. Clare Of Preston Dies at 100

PRESTON-This towns senior grand old lady, Mrs. Isobel Cameron Clare. died today at South Muskoka Memorial Hospital, Bracebridge, after a brief illness. She was 100 and would have been 101 next Christmas Eve. Born the year that Canada became a nation, at Granton, Ont. She was known here as one of Canada's first women telegraph operators. Before her marriage to Frederick Clare, joint founder of Clare Brother Ltd., one of Canada's best-known furnace and stove manufacturers. Mrs. Clare was predeceased by her husband in 1938 and by two sons, Stuart in 1942 and Frederick in 1959. She is survived by two daughters, Elizabeth Clare, Preston and Mrs. George (Mary) Moss, of Port Credit: seven grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. The body will be at the family residence, 31 Queen St., Preston, pending arrangement for the funeral service at Knox Presbyterian Church. Memorial tributes are gratefully declined. In charge of funeral arrangements is the Barthel-Stager Funeral Home. Burial will be in Preston cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 24 Jul 1968 pg 25 
Isabell Stuart "Bella" Cameron
 
6745 Cameron, James died no date Died at Sussex Place, London, England, of consumption. Aged 26 years, formerly of Galt, nephew of Mrs. J.G. Fraser, Galt.1a

1a\bDumfries Reformer 29 Jan 1868

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James in 1861 was living with James G. Fraser & his aunt Christina McLeod 
James Cameron
 
6746 wood-worker at Watson's Foundry James Cameron
 
6747 John is said to have arrived on the ship St. Patrick in 1865. He apparently has no grave marker, but is said to be buried near his brother and wife. John Cameron
 
6748 They arrived on the St. Patrick which left Glasgow 29 Jun 1865, made a stop in Ireland and arrived in Quebec 14 Jul 1865. John Cameron
 
6749 CAMERON, Lorne Courtney Passed away peacefully at St. Mary's Hospital in Kitchener on December 20, 2009, at the age of 88 years. Beloved husband of Marie (nee Buswell) Cameron for 36 years. Dear father of John and his wife Ann of Waterloo; Doug and his wife Cathy of Kitchener. Special Grandpa to Melanie and Sarah. Lovingly remembered by his brother Eugene (Doris) of Guelph; his brother-in-law Glen McConnell of Kincardine; his sister-in-law Gladys Buswell of Centralia and his many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents Hugh A. and Bertha Cameron; his father and mother-in-law Home and Agnes Buswell; his sister Isabel McConnell; his brothers-in-law Allen and Melville Buswell; his sister-in-law Hazel (nee Buswell) and her husband Elmore Dunn. Lorne was a veteran of the Second World War and served in the Royal Canadian Air Force from March 1942 to February 1946. He was a member of 404 Wing, Royal Canadian Air Force Association, Waterloo, for nearly 55 years, and a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 50, Kitchener, for 57 years. He was employed for many years by the Kitchener Police Dept. and Burns Security. Friends may call at the Ratz-Bechtel Funeral Home on Wednesday, December 23, from 12:30 until 2:30 p.m. A Funeral Service celebrating Lorne's life will follow at 2:30 p.m in the funeral home chapel with Rev. Myron Leis officiating. Interment Woodland Cemetery. A reception will follow at the Ratz-Bechtel Family Centre. In lieu of flowers, donations to 404 Wing, Royal Canadian Air Force Association, Waterloo; the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated by the family and may be arranged by calling the funeral home at . Share on-line condolences at www.mem.com1a

1aThe Waterloo Region Record 20 Dec 2009 
Lorne Courtney Cameron
 
6750 CAMERON, Louis Patrick "Lou"

Suddenly, at University Hospital, London, Ont., on Thursday, Aug. 18, 1994, Lou Cameron, of Winston Blvd., Cambridge, in his 64th year. Beloved husband of Audrey (Cowell) Cameron; dear father of Jay and his wife Lisa of Cambridge and Jill and her husband Morgan Anderson of Guelph. Dear brother of Ronald, Robert, Donald, Mrs. Shirley Hinds and Mrs. Marcella Comeau, all of Cambridge and Margaret of Kitchener. Dear grandfather of Mylez. Lou Cameron and his wife Audrey for many years operated Lou's Variety on King Street, Cambridge retiring in 1990. He had previously lived at Puslinch Lake. Resting at Nelson Funeral Home, 1788 Franklin Blvd., Cambridge where the family will receive friends on Saturday evening from 7-9 p.m. Funeral services will be held on Sunday afternoon, August 21 at 2 p.m. at King Street Baptist Church, Cambridge. Interment New Hope Cemetery.

The Record 19 Aug 1994 pg A13 
Louis Patrick "Lou" Cameron
 
6751 CAMERON, Louis Patrick "Lou" - Suddenly at the University Hospital, London on Thursday August 18, 1994, Lou Cameron of Winston Boulevard, Cambridge formerly of Puslinch Lake in his 64th year. Beloved husband of Audrey (Cowell) Cameron and dear father of Jay and his wife Lisa of Cambridge, Jill and her husband Morgan Anderson of Guelph. Dear brother of Ronald, Robert, Donald, Mrs. Shirley Hinds and Mrs. Marcella Comeau all of Cambridge and Margaret of Kitchener and dear grandfather of Mylez. Lou and his wife for over 30 years operated Lou's Variety Store, King Street, Cambridge retiring in 1990. Resting at the Nelson Funeral Home, 1766 Franklin Blvd., Cambridge where the family will receive friends on Saturday evening from 7 - 9 p.m. Funeral Services will be held on Sunday afternoon August 21, 1994 at 2 p.m. at King Street Baptist Church. Interment New Hope Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy memorial donations to the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Louis Patrick "Lou" Cameron
 
6752 Lucy May McVicar Cameron was born 6 Jan 1886 in Galt. By 1901 the family relocated to Brantford, 97 Eagle Ave. In 1905 she was working as a stenographer at an insurance agency. On 11 Feb 1914 she married John Morrell "Ransom" Copeland, a merchant. They resided at 53 Port St, in Brantford. She died 3 feb 1965 at Brantford General Hospital. She is buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery in Brantford. They had three children. Lucy McVicar Cameron
 
6753 OLIVER, Mary

Of 650 Eagle St. N., Cambridge, on Sunday, June 14, 1992, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in her 67th year. Mary Cameron, beloved wife of Alfred Oliver: dear mother of Miss Gloria Oliver of Glen Morris, Lynda (Mrs. Terry Miller), Debbie Oliver and Marylou Oliver, all of Cambridge. Also survived by three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two brothers, Bud and Harry of Kitchener and five sisters, Peggy (Mrs. Stanley Falconer) and Mrs. Isabel Smythe, all of British Columbia, Georgina (Mrs. Eugene Amlinger) of Kitchener, Mrs. Glenna Hodgson and Deidre (Mrs. Sonny Moore) of Cambridge. Predeceased by one brother, John Debison and two sisters, Alice Hussey and Freida Witmer. Mrs. Oliver was born in Glace Bay, N.S. A resident of Cambridge since 1949. A memorial service will be held at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, on Wednesday, June 17, at 11.30 a m. There will be no visitation. Cremation has taken place.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 15 Jun 1992 pg A11 
Mary Cameron
 
6754 Description: William "Will" McVicar Cameron was born in Galt 26 JUN 1872. He is named for his maternal grandfather. In 1891 he was an iron worker in Galt but relocated to Branford with his parents and siblings by 1901, where he was a machinist. By 1905 he was in Brandon, Manitoba and in 1907 was working in the CPR shops in Moose Jaw. He married Ella Campbell 5 JUN 1807 at the home of his sister, Agnes Mason Edmand on 8th st in Brandon. By 1910 he was back in Brandon, but then in Winnipeg in 1911 working as a gasoline expert. He died 13 Feb 1928 in Winnipeg. He is buried in Mount View Cem. in Cambridge, Ontario.1a

1aEmail from Elizabeth Cameron Dietrich 2011
 
William McVicar Cameron
 
6755 CAMILO, Carlos Jose Gomes

Suddenly, on Thursday, Oct. 18, 2001, at the age of 41. Loving best friend of Kathy Ross (Clark); beloved step-father of Amy Ross and Keri Ross and grandfather of Desiree Ross; cherished son of Carlos and Florentina Camilo. Survived by his brothers, Henry and Grace-Anne Bowey and Tony, Lena and their daughter, Monica. Carlos will be remembered by his mother-in-law, Joan Clark; brothers-in-law, Bill, Robert and Allan and Robin; sisters-in-law, Donna Tilly and David and Carol Doig and several nieces and nephews. He will be missed by employees at Regional Sewer and Water Main. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas St., Cambridge, where the family will receive friends today (Saturday) 7-9 p.m. and Sunday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Prayers will be recited at the funeral home on Sunday evening, at 8 p.m. A mass of Christian burial, will be celebrated on Monday, Oct. 22, 2001, at Our Lady of Fatima RC Church, Elgin St., Cambridge, at 10 a.m. Interment Parklawn Cemetery (Preston).

The Record 20 Oct 2001 pg B15 
Carlos Jose Gomes Camilo
 
6756 At the time of the revolutionary war Robert and his brother, John, left their father s home in New Jersey and came to Canada, taking up land near Niagara. They were U. E. Loyalists. They lived down at Niagara for some years. Then Robert sold his farm, for which he got eight hundred silver dollars. Though Robert and John were brothers, they differed about how their name should be spelled. John spelled his name Kemp, and Robert spelled his Camp. The date when Robert sold out I cannot give, but however, he took his $800 and came to Beverly with his family and bought eight hundred acres here in front of the township. The family consisted of seven sons and two daughters. He settled on the north fifty of Lot 23, first concession, and also owned the south one hundred acres of Lot 23, second concession. These two lots were considered the homestead. He gave each of his sons 100 acres. David had the south 100 of Lot 20, second concession.

"The pioneers of Beverly: a series of sketches" by John A. Cornell" 1889 
Robert Camp
 
6757 Staying with Edwin and Margaret Bond. Alexander Campbell
 
6758 DR. ALEXANDER D. CAMPBELL 1914 - 2008 Sandy was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan in 1914 to Alexander Douglas Campbell and Marjorie Usher Corbett. He was raised on the grounds of the mental hospital in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, where his father was the superintendent. After graduating in medicine from the University of Toronto in 1939, he began to follow his father's footsteps in psychiatry. After a year or two, he decided it was not the specialty for him, and he began to pursue anesthesiology. He wanted to serve his country during the war, but a physical condition caused him to be turned down by the army and the air force. Finally, the navy accepted him and he spent the years until the end of 1943 in naval operating rooms in Halifax and Newfoundland. At that time, the navy offered to support him in furthering his specialty at Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal, supplemented by time in half a dozen of the leading teaching hospitals in the U.S. over a two to three month tour. Years later, he continued to speak appreciatively of the opportunities he had been given. After the war, he chose to locate in Kitchener, and, with a partner, became the first specialists in anesthesiology at K-W and St. Mary's Hospitals. Along the way, Sandy was asked to help start a medical library at St. Mary's Hospital. This grew into a strong interest in the history of the local medical profession. Over many years, he read every issue of the local newspapers from the first days they were published, searching for any reference to doctors. He had to teach himself to read German in order to handle the earliest editions. The result was extensive files covering every doctor who had practised in the area. Some of this was captured in materials he summarized as biographical sketches of the physicians of Waterloo County from 1824 to 1924. He also regularly contributed to the Waterloo Historical Society's journal. After he retired from practice in 1984, a broader interest in the history of the profession was satisfied by his time as Chair of the Archives Committee of the Ontario Medical Association. Libraries never ceased to be an important part of Sandy's life. At one point during his retirement, the Kitchener Public Library pointed out that he had borrowed over 5,000 books in a ten-year period. Beloved husband of the late Mary Campbell (1997). Loving father of Sandy Campbell (Janet) of Winnipeg, John Campbell (Anne) of Kitchener, Robert Campbell of Vancouver, Hugh Campbell of Kitchener, Mary Ann Hons (Doug) of Peterborough, Kitty Uffelmann (David) of Waterloo and Jean Al (Bob Nessner) of Kitchener. Loved Papa of Sheila (Giuseppe), John, David (Amy) and Andrew Campbell; Margaret, James and Mary Ellen Campbell; Alexander and Sarah Campbell; William, Michael and Stephen Hons; Paul (Gillian), Annie, Catherine (Ryan), Mary and John Uffelmann; Theresa (Andrew) and Johanna Al and Robert Nessner, as well as two great-grandchildren. Predeceased by his brother, John and sister, Helen McLeod. Friends are invited to share their memories of Sandy with his family during visitation at the Erb & Good Family Funeral Home, 171 King St. S., Waterloo, today (Wednesday) from 7-9 p.m. A memorial service to celebrate Sandy's life will be held on Thursday, November 13, 2008 at 11 a.m. in the chapel of the funeral home. A reception will follow in the Fireside Reception Room of the funeral home. Condolences for the family and donations to the Kitchener Public Library Foundation or the Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation may be arranged through the funeral home, 519-745-8445 or www.erbgood.com. In living memory of Sandy, a donation will be made to the Trees for Learning Program by the funeral home.1a

1aWaterloo Region Record 12 Nov 2008 
Dr. Alexander D. Campbell
 
6759 A. J. Campbell, Building and Contractor, North Water St. - The business of a builder and constractor in the town of Galt is an important one. There are more buildings being erected for a town of its size than any other with a larger population in the Dominion. Among those hold a leading position in this line of industry in the town is Mr. A. J. Campbell, who has been established in business for over seven years. He is a practical carpenter and builder, and has erected many fine residences in the town and surrounding county, and his work given universal satisfaction thus proving its completeness. He also makes larg wood cisterns and water tanks of all kinds, in which particular branch he does a large business. The premises occupied by him are 30 x 60 feet in dimensions and two stories in height. He has two lumber yards, which cover half an acre of ground. He gives employement to 20 skilled workmen on an aveage throughout the year, frequently requiring many more. He is a smart enterprising business man, and represents the city in the Council, and is much respected by all who know him.1a

1a\bIndustries of Canada Historical and Commerical Sketches, Hamilton and Environs, M. G. Bixby & Co., Publishers 1886 
Alexander J. Campbell
 
6760 Staying with Jacob & Mary Bowman. Angus Campbell
 
6761 1901 Berlin Census - Annie works for Hartman and Mary Krug Annie Campbell
 
6762 Lived with Almon & Sarah Smith. Archibald Campbell
 
6763 Growing Sugar-Beets

For his work, Mr. Williams was banquetted and offered the mayoralty. But he was unable to accept the chair, because he had been appointed manager of the sugar factory. The next duty was to induce growers to plant 5,000 acres of beets. Local farmers played Scotch, agreeing to plant only from one to five acres, or what they could till without hiring outside help.

To prevent a shortage of beets from occurring, a number of townsmen formed acreage companies. It was even proposed that the town itself buy 200 acres of land near Bridgeport and grow sugar beets. Finally, without committing the municipality, the acreage was signed up. Dr. A. B. Campbell was one of the growers....1a

1a\b\i
A History of Kitchener,\b0 W. V. (Ben) Uttley, Kitchener, Ontario 1937 
Dr. Archibald B. Campbell
 
6764 Years Served: 1904, 1906-08, 1917-18 & deputy reeve 1908 Dr. Archibald B. Campbell
 
6765 Brian Campbell Brian

Edward Campbell of Ayr, passed away at Freeport Hospital on Tuesday, May 14, 1996. He was in his 47th year. Born in Paris, he is a son of Clarence (Bud) Campbell of Ayr and the late Joyce Newstead. He resided on Willison Street, Ayr, all his life. Brian was a pipefitter and had worked at Bruce Nuclear Power Plant near Kincardine until ill health due to Huntington's Disease forced him to retire. Surviving are a son Sean and his wife Annetta of Ayr; a daughter Tammy of Kitchener; his father Bud and step-mother Nora of Ayr; a brother Larry of Bolton; a sister Debbie Campbell of Kelowna, B.C.; and two grandchildren Riley and Catherine Campbell of Ayr. Predeceased by his mother and brother Wayne. Cremation. A memorial service will be held. Arrangements, incomplete at press time, entrusted to Ayr Chapel, Wm. Kipp Funeral Home.

The Ayr News 15 May 1996 pg 13 
Brian Edward Campbell
 
6766 CAMPBELL, Mrs. Daniel M.

Of 64 Aberdeen Rd. South, Cambridge (Galt) at the South Waterloo Memorial Hospital, Friday, Sept. 20, 1974, Christian Robisheau, beloved wife of Daniel M. Campbell and dear mother of Andrew Pettipas of Halifax and Doreen (Mrs. Ronald Lehnan) of Cambridge (Preston). Seven grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Campbell was born in Halifax and had resided in Preston for three years. Predeceased by her first husband, Joseph Pettipas in 1971. Resting at the Barthel-Stager Funeral Home, Queen and Argyle Streets, Preston, until Monday morning, thence to St. Clements Church for funeral mass at 10 a.m. Interment Parklawn cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 21 Sep 1974 pg 27

Robichard,Christina-Pettipas-Campbell-death-Kitchener-Waterloo Record 21 Sep 1974 pg 27 
Christina Robichard Campbell
 
6767 CAMPBELL, at Floradale, Sept. 28, Clifford Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Campbell, aged 4 years, 11 months and 20 days. Funeral Friday, 2 p.m.1a

1aElmira Signet 29 Sep 1921 
Clifford Campbell
 
6768 A-2-157 Daniel Campbell The Last Will and Testament of Daniel Campbell, late of the Township of North Dumfries, Yeoman, who died on or about the seventeenth day of July, 1862 at the Township of North Dumfries, and who at the time of his death had his fixed place of abode at North Dumfries, was proved and registered in the said surrogate Court, a true copy of which said Last Will and Testament is hereunder written, and that the administration of all and singular the personal estate and effects, rights and credits of the said deceased…was granted by the aforesaid Court to James Campbell of the Township of North Dumfries, Yeoman, Alexander Bowman and John T. Elliot, both of the Township of Esquising, in the County of Halton, Yeomen, the Executors named in said will…

…I Daniel Campbell of the Township of North Dumfries, Yeoman, hereby declare this to be my Last Will and Testament, and I appoint James Campbell of North Dumfries, Yeoman, Alexander Bowman, and John T. Elliott, of the Township of Esquesing, in the County of Halton, Yeoman, the Trustees and Executors of this my Last Will and Testament and I direct that the said James Campbell, Alexander Bowman and John T. Elliott, or the survivor of them, of the Executors and Administrators of such survivors, shall hold all my estate, real as well as personal upon trust to pay to my sister Catherine Campbell, the sum of one thousand dollars, to be paid to the said Catherine Campbell at the expiration of twelve years after my decease; And to pay to my sister Mary Campbell, one hundred dollars, at the expiration of twelve years after my decease ; and to pay to the surviving child or children of my deceased sister Christy Bowman, the late wife of Alexander Bowman, one hundred dollars, to be paid to the said children, share and share alike, at the expiration of twelve years after my decease and to pay to the surviving child or children of my deceased sister Ann Caven[?] the late wife of Robert Caven[?], one hundred dollars, to be paid to the said children share and share alike, at the expiration of twelve years after my decease ; And to pay to the surviving child or children of my deceased sister Margaret Robertson, the late wife of Alexander Robertson, one hundred dollars, to be paid to the said children, share and share alike, at the expiration of twelve years after my decease, and to pay to the surviving child or children of my deceased sister Jannet Robertson, the late wife of the Late Duncan Robertson, one hundred dollars, to be paid to the said children share and share alike at the expiration of twelve years after my decease, and to pay to my brother John Campbell, one hundred dollars to be paid on the expiration of twelve years after my decease ; and to pay to William M. Cubben one hundred dollars, to be paid at the expiration of twelve years after my decease. And all the residue of my estate of what kind soever, after paying the said several legacies (herein direction to be paid) I give and bequeath to my brother James Campbell. In witness whereof, I the said Testator have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal to this my said Last Will and testament, on the day of ninth day of July 1862

Witnessed byAlexander Thomson and Benjamin Britton[?] of North Dumfries
Will dated 9th July 1862
Proved 31st July 1862
Died 17th July 18621a

1aSurrogate Court Records Copybook Register A 1853-1871 partial transcript to 1863. Frances Hoffman transcriber.

 
Daniel Campbell
 
6769 CAMPBELL, David Douglas

The Lord took home, David to his glorious and perfect rest after 56 years of victories and struggles with Cerebral Palsy. David passed away on January 3, 2004, with his family and Pastor at his side, at the Fairview Mennonite Home, Cambridge, where he received wonderful care for the last five years of his life. David was predeceased by his loving father, Gordon (1995) and one brother, John Brian at birth. David's smiling face and character will be missed by his loving mother, Winnie, who cared for him all of his life; his brother, Colin; sister-in-law, Charlene; his loving nieces, Ashley Meredith and Heather; his aunts and uncles, May and Jack Hodgins and Don and Shirley Campbell; cousins Vivian, Glenn, Warren and their families. David was a lifelong resident of Cambridge (Preston). He was known around town by many and was usually accompanied by one of the faithful dogs, that he owned over his life. David was one of the first students at the William Anderson School for the Mentally Challenged, when it opened in Galt, in the spring of 1954. David loved to travel, including trips to Europe, across Canada and yearly fishing excursions to Kenora, during the 60's, 70's and 80's. David was a special member of Hespeler Baptist Church, where he and his family attended throughout his life. The family would like to give special thanks and appreciation to the nurses and staff of Fairview Mennonite Home, David's longtime Doctor and friend, David Gingrich and our Pastor, Greg Patus, friends and extended family who provided support and prayers during these difficult last few weeks. Friends will be received at Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, (653-3251), Tuesday, January 6, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Rev. Greg Patus will conduct the funeral service at the Barthel Funeral Home at 2 p.m. on January 7, with refreshments to follow in the centre dining room at Fairview Mennonite Home.

The Record 5 Jan 2004 pg B8 
David Douglas Campbell
 
6770 CAMPBELL, David

Of Moore Street, Cambridge, on Sunday, Dec. 25, 1994, at his residence, in his 90th year. Beloved husband of Lily Stratton and dear father of Mrs. Sarah Smith of Cambridge. Lovingly remembered by four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Mr. Campbell was born in Northern Ireland and had been a resident of Cambridge since 1917. He was a member of King Street Baptist Church, Cambridge. Friends will be received at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, today (Tuesday) from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral and committal services will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday, Dec. 28, 1994, at 1:30 p.m., with Rev. Dan Gibson officiating. Interment in Park Lawn Cemetery.

The Record 27 Dec 1994 pg A13 
David F. Campbell
 
6771 David L. Campbell

PRESTON, Jan. 7 — David Lindsay Campbell, 75, veteran of the Boer and First World Wars and well-know Preston resident for many years, died yesterday in Westminster Hospital, London. Seriously ill more than a year, Mr. Campbell had been in hospital the past 14 months. Born in Northern Ireland, Mr. Campbell served 20 years with the Imperial Army, and with the Royal Irish Rifles in the Boer War. He came to Canada, directly to Preston, in 1911. He enlisted with the 18th Battalion in the First World War, going overseas in 1915 and remaining for the duration of the war. On his return, he was employed for 20 years as caretaker of the Preston post office, until his retirement 10 years ago. A member of St. John's Anglican Church, Mr. Campbell, who was familiarly known as Sgt.- Mjr., a rank which he held in the army, was a member of the Loyal Orange Lodge. Surviving are his wife, Martha Brown; a daughter, Mrs. Edmund (Margaret) Kirshner, at home; one son, David F. Campbell, Preston; one sister, Mrs. Sarah McLean of Belfast, Ireland; two brothers, James, in Scotland and Robert, in Belfast, Ireland. Two grandchildren also survive. The body is resting at the Stager-Pass Funeral Home, Preston. Funeral will be held Monday, 2 p.m. Rev. R. T. Appleyard will officiate. Interment will be in Park Lawn cemetery, Preston.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 7 Jan 1950 pg 5 
David Lindsay Campbell
 
6772 A Further Arrest Has Been Made In The Murder of A Brantford Man

Waterloo Region, ONTARIO Waterloo Regional Police Homicide detectives have charged a Toronto area woman in connection with the homicide death of Devane Anttony CAMPBELL, of Brantford, Ontario.

Megan Cooper, 21 years of North York, was arrested yesterday afternoon in Scarborough without incident with the assistance of the Toronto Police Service. Cooper is charged with Accessory After the Fact to Murder and appears in court today in Kitchener.

Noel Francis, 27, of North York, was arrested April 30 in Toronto without incident and has been charged with Second Degree Murder and numerous weapons-related offences including trafficking and unauthorized possession. Francis is in custody and scheduled for a court appearance in Kitchener today.

On November 30, 2012 approximately 11:30pm, police responded to a report of gunshots in the area of a housing complex at 199 Elmridge Drive, Kitchener. Devane Campbell was discovered outside a residence suffering from trauma and was pronounced dead at the scene...

Waterloo Region Record 28 May 2015

___________________________________

Accused pleads to manslaughter, murder charge dropped

KITCHENER \emdash In a sudden turn of events, accused murderer Noel Francis pleaded guilty to manslaughter in a Kitchener courtroom on Thursday.

The first-degree murder charge he originally faced was dropped.

The Crown and defence presented the joint position before Justice Patrick Flynn and the 14-person jury just weeks after the first-degree murder trial began.

The jury was then discharged by Flynn.

Francis will be sentenced on Friday when a victim impact statement by Devane Campbell's mother is expected to be heard.

Campbell, 20, of Brantford, was shot twice after a botched home invasion in Kitchener on Nov. 30, 2012.

Francis, 30, of Toronto was arrested on April 30, 2015 in the murder of Campbell. He had been in custody since his arrest.

Monteiro, L. (2017). Accused pleads to manslaughter, murder charge dropped | TheRecord.com. TheRecord.com. Retrieved 27 October 2017, from https://www.therecord.com/news-story/7686428-accused-pleads-to-manslaughter-murder-charge-dropped/ 
Devane Campbell
 
6773 DON M. CAMPBELL

Preston. Dec.10, Don. M. Campbell of London and formerly of Preston, where he was a well known citizen for many years, died in Galt General hospital last night, shortly before 11 o'clock. He was in his 77th year. The late Mr. Campbell, was admitted to the hospital about a week age, suffering from an injury sustained when he is believed to have slipped while boarding a train enroute to Galt. Born in Scotland, the late Don Campbell came to Canada over 50 years ago. He lived in Ottawa, Winnipeg, Clevaland and in 1907 came to Preston, where he resided until1931, when he went to London. Well known to railway executives the late Mr. Campbell was a dealer in railway equipment of various kinds. He was also for ten years, manager of the Preston Car and Coach Company, now defunct. In fraternal eirdes he was also well known being a life-member of Dalhousie Masonic Lodge at Ottawa and in Preston a member of the Oddfellow's Lodge. His wife predeceased him six years ago. There survives two sons, Noel of Preston and MacGregor of London and three daughters, Mrs. Harvey Davison of the Breslau road, Preston, Mrs. Bruce Madole of London and Mrs. Irvin Squire of Turkey Point, Ont. The funeral will be held on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock from the residence of his son, Noel Campbell, 400 William street where services will be held. Interment will be made in Preston cemetery.

Kitchener Daily Record 10 Dec 1936 pg 19 
Donald MacGregor Campbell
 
6774 From Death Record Donald MacGregor Campbell
 
6775 Mrs. Dorothy Kennedy

Dorothy Janet Kennedy, long-time resident of the Brant-Oxford Townline, RR 2, Paris, died peacefully at her home on Saturday, December 7th, 1996. She was 71 years of age. Born at Galt, she was the daughter of Mary (Deans) and Robert Campbell of North Dumfries Township. Mrs. Kennedy was a member of the Blenheim-Dumfries Farm Women's Club, the Ayr Seniors and a former member of the Drumbo Agricultural Society. She was predeceased by her husband Robert E. Kennedy in 1993. Surviving are her three children, Paul and Anne both at home, and Thomas and his wife Carol of Kitchener; one granddaughter Mary Elizabeth; and two sisters Eleanor and Margaret. Funeral service was held at the Wm. Kipp Funeral Home Ayr Chapel on Tuesday, December 10th. Rev. Fred Hagle of Knox United Church officiated. Cremation will be followed by interment in Ayr Cemetery.

The Ayr News 11 Dec 1996 pg 16 
Dorothy Janet Campbell
 
6776 BASS \emdash At Pinehurst Rest Home, London, on Saturday. August 1, 1942, Elizabeth B. Campbell, widow of the late Richard Baas. The funeral took Place on Tuesday afternoon, August 4. at 1.30 o'clock from the residence of her brother, George Campbell, Greenfield, to Ayr Cemetery.


The Ayr News Aug 6 1942 pg 1 
Elizabeth B. Campbell
 
6777 1871 - Ellen Campbell is staying with Mary Waters. Ellen Campbell
 
6778 1871 - Fanny Campbell is staying with Robert Thompson. Fanny Campbell
 
6779 CAMPBELL, Gordon

Of Concession Road, Cambridge, on Friday June 30, 1995, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in his 71st year. Beloved husband of Winifred Procter; dear father of David of Cambridge, Colin and his wife Charlene of Kitchener. Lovingly remembered by three granddaughters, Ashley, Meredith and Heather; one brother, Don and his wife Shirley of Cambridge and one sister, May and her husband Jack Hodgins of Kitchener. Predeceased by his parents, William and Annie Campbell and one son, John Brian in infancy. Mr. Campbell was born in Preston and was a life long resident. He was employed by the Electric Utilities Safety Association of the Workmen's Compensation Board for 26 years retiring 11 years ago, a member of Hespeler Baptist Church, the Probus Club, past president of Waterloo Regional Safety Council and a veteran of the Second World War. The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, today (Monday) from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The fimeral and committal services will be conducted by Rev. Gord Balfour and Rev. Rob Miner, on Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m., at the funeral home. Interment following in Parkiawn Cemetery, Cambridge.

The Record 3 Jul 1995 pg A5 
Gordon Campbell
 
6780 In Memoriam Died In Blenheim, on Thursday, Feb. 4th, 1904, at 8.30 o'clock, P.M., Gordon Barber Campbell Aged 26 years, 2 months and 4 days. The Funeral Will take place on Sunday, February 7th, at 2.30 p.m., from his mother's residence, Lot 2, Concession 12, Blenheim, to the Ayr Cemetery. Friends and acquaintances will please accept this intimation. Gordon Barber Campbell
 
6781 Another of Elmira's respected citizens has passed away in the person of Mr. Hugh Campbell, William Street. His death took place on Tuesday evening about eight o'clock after a lengthy illness which only became serious a day or two previous to his demise.

The late Mr. Campbell, who was of a quiet disposition, was in his 72nd year, having been born in the Township of Peel, near Floradale, on February 20, 1861. When a young man he took up carpentry work and after following this and other pursuits for a few years at different points he returned to the homestead in Peel, where he soon became a successful farmer. In May, 1895, he was united in marriage to Caroline Lasch of the same neighbourhood. About thirteen and a -half years ago Mr. and Mrs. Campbell moved to Elmira and on March 27, 1925, the latter passed away. Since then Mr. Campbell has lived a retired life. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, first at Floradale and when he moved to Elmira and become connected with the church here. A family of one son and one daughter survive, Mr. Ed. Campbell of Elmira and Mrs. Arthur Schleuter of the Linwood neighborhood. There is also one brother, Mr. George Campbell, who resides near Glenallan.

The funeral will take place tomorrow (Friday) from his late home at two o'clock to St. Paul's Lutheran Church for service and thence to the Elmira Cemetery for interment. Rev. F. Malinsky will have charge of the services.1a

1aElmira Signet 29 Sep 1932  
Hugh Campbell
 
6782 A-2-183 James Campbell The Last Will and Testament of James Campbell late of the Township of North Dumfries, Yeoman, who died on or about the 16th February 1863 at the Township of North Dumfries, and who at the time of his death had a fixed place of abode at said Township, was proved and registered in the said Surrogate Court a true copy of which said Last Will and Testament is herunder written and that the administration of all and singular, the personal estate and effects, rights and credits of the said deceased…was granted by the aforesaid court to Alexander Bowman of the Township of Esquesing in the County of Halton, Yeoman, and John Elliott of the same place, Yeoman, and James McLaren of the Township of Puslinch in the County of Wellington, Yeoman, the Executors named in the said Will…

In the name of God amen. I James Campbell of the Township of Dumfries, do make this my Last Will and Testament. I do hereby constitute and appoint Alexander Bowman and John T. Elliott of the Township of Esquesing, in the County of Halton and James McLaren of the Township of Puslinch in the County of Wellington, Yeoman, the trustees and executors of this my Last Will and Testament. First I desire that my body be decently interred, in the burying ground attached to the Canada Presbyterian church in the village of Ayr and that my funeral be conducted in a manner suitable to my Estate and situation in life, and as to such worldly property as it hath pleased God to entrust me with I dispose of the same as follows. I direct that all my debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon after my decease as possible out of my personal estate, and the residue of my personal estate I give and devise to my brother John Campbell, his heirs and assigns subject to the following legacies. I give and devise to my sister Catharine Campbell, her heirs and assigns the sum of one thousand six hundred dollar to be paid her as follows namely four hundred dollars on the first day of June in the year of our Lord 1863, and the rest in twelve annual payments of a hundred dollars each to be paid on the first day of June with interest each year on the whole amount then unpaid her, her heirs or assigns. I give and devise to my sister Mary the sum of one hundred dollars to be paid her, her heirs or assigns on the first day of June 1865. I also give and bequeath to my nephew William McCubben the sum of one hundred dollars to be put to interest after the first day of June in the year of our Lord 1866, the principal and interest to be paid when he attains the age of twenty one years and in case of the decease of the said William McCubben before the aforementioned period this money to revert to my brother John Campbell his heirs and assigns. In witness whereof, I the said James Campbell, the Testator have to this my Will set my hand and seal…

Witnessed by Alexr. McNaughton of Galt and Robert Campbell of Galt
Will dated 12th February 1863
Proved 26th February 1863
Died 16th February 18631a

1aSurrogate Court Records Copybook Register A 1853-1871 transcript to 1863. Frances Hoffman transcriber.  
James Campbell
 
6783 Jas. C. Campbell's Death - One of Dumfries Township's Pioneers Dies at 80 Years of Age - At a quarter past eight o'clock this morning Mr. James C. Campbell entered into his rest at his residence on Market Street, after an illness solely created by the natural declining of the constitution from old age and ? lasted more or less during the past winter. His death removes another of the North Dumfries Township stalwarts from the scenes of earth's activities and a man who was favorably and well known throughout these parts. James Campbell was born near Hawick, Scotland, eighty years ago, and when his father, the late John D. Campbell, with his wife and family emigrated to Canada and to the newly opened section now comprising this township, James came along as a boy of four years; and for the seventy-six years that followed he lived on the homestead farm on the East River Road, just at the Foot Bridge, and in Galt, he having retired here with his wife ten years ago, leaving his son, John, on the farm. It was difficult in those early days to acquire much of an education, but to an aggressive character like that possessed by the sturdy Scotch youth, this presented only an obstacle that contributed to the formation of a still more determined character, for he studied every subject that was within his reach and ultimately became one of the most practical and best-informed men in these parts. His fund of historical information was marvelous, while in a generality of themes he was exceedingly well posted, being one of the most entertaining and instructive conversationalists of the early times of Dumfries to be found anywhere. He had a keen appreciation of the humorous and a vivid memory to recall the detail of incident. Being a man of stalwart physique, strong and muscular in body, in fact the possessor of a perfect human frame, he carried gracefully the qualities of his heart and mind. In politics he gave his unswerving adherence to the Conservative party, and in religion he was a Presbyterian, and a member of Knox Church. He was twice married, the first time to Margaret Batters - by whom he had four children, two of whom, John, already referred to, and Mrs. C. Glady, of Galt, survive - who died twenty-five years ago, and on the second occasion to Euphemia Kerr, who survives him. Many old friends now scattered to all parts of the continent, while bowing to the superiority of the Great Leveller and rejoicing that James Campbell was spared so long to life, will sigh as they recall the genial acquaintance of by-gone days, who helped along by his magnanimous sympathy many a fellow man over the difficult stretches in life's pathway. The funeral takes place on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from his late residence to Mount View Cemetery. Hi

Unidentified Newspaper Obituary 
James C. Campbell
 
6784 1871 - Janet McKellar is in same household as John McDonnell. Janet Campbell
 
6785 DEATH OF MRS. McFEIGGAN.

DIED-In Galt, on Tuesday morning 21st inst, at 4.30 o'clock, Janet Campbell, relict of the late David McFeiggan, aged 77 years 11 months and 9 days. Mrs McFeiggan at the time of her death was perhaps the oldest resident in Galt. She was born in Selkirkshire, Scotland, in the year 1810, and came to this country with her father, the late Duke Campbell, in the year 1824. They settled in the township of North Dumfries, on the farm two and a half miles south of Galt, now occupied by her brother, Mr. James C. Campbell. The township was then almost an unbroken wilderness and she shared wither father and the rest of the family all the hardships peculiar to pioneer life at that time. Galt at that early period was a very small hamlet, indeed. The deceased was married in 1833 and she and her husband, the late David McFeiggan, took up their residence in Galt in the year 1836, where she has continued to reside ever since. She has seen the country changed from wilderness into fruitful fields, and the village of a few log houses into the most important town in Ontario. Mrs. McFeiggan was a woman of great force and character and indomitable energy, and was always cheerful and hopeful under the most adverse circumstances. She was a kind neighbor and a good and loving wife and mother and endeared herself to her family. She was the mother of thirteen children, eight of whom survive her - three sons and five daughters. Her eldest son, James, is Inspector of the Gore District Mutual Fire Ins. Co. David is a moulder and John a machinist, both of whom are employed in Goldie & McCulloch's foundry. The daughters are Miss Elizabeth McFeiggan, Mrs. G. Smith, Mrs. John Ross, Mrs. Samuel Burnett, and Mrs McEachern. In religion she was Presbyterian, and at the time of her death was a member of the Central Presbyterian church. Her face was a familiar one about town, until about three years ago, when she was seized with paralysis, from which she never fully recovered, bring most of the time confined to the house. About three weeks ago she had an attack of congestion of the lungs and after enduring intense suffering, passed gently away on Tuesday mornning last.

Dumfries Reformer Feb. 23, 1888 
Janet Campbell
 
6786 MRS, JESSIE A. RUTHERFORD

As a result of a stroke, the death occurred suddenly at Hamilton on Sunday of Mrs. Jessie A. Campbell, 103 Filbert St., Kitchener, widow of the late William Rutherford.

She was a member of St. Andrew's, Presbyterian Church and of the Ladies' Aid society of that church.

She was born in Blenheim township, Oxford County, and was in her 65th year.

Surviving are one son, John W, Rutherford, Kitchener, three daughters, Mrs. Rueben Miske, and the Misses Mary and Florence, all of Kitchener, two sisters, Mrs. R. Forbes, Saskatoon and Mrs. Donald Gunn, Hespeler, and two brothers, Robert and George Campbell of Ayr.

The funeral will take place from the Ratz-Bechtel Funeral Home this (Wednesday) afternoon at two o'clock and interment will be made in Ayr Cemetery with Rev. P? G. Stewart officiating.

The Ayr News Oct 4 1945 pg 1 
Jessie A. Campbell
 
6787 1871 - John Campbell is in same household as Angus O'Hanley. John Campbell
 
6788 CAMPBELL.--At his home, near Crosshill, on Monday, Dec. 17th, John Campbell, Aged 53 years, seven months and 13 days. In the death of Mr. Campbell this section loses one of its most highly respected pioneers. Although not in good health for a few years past he was always able to be around until last week when he suffered a stroke. He remained in a semiconscious condition until Monday when die was visited by a second stroke under which he succumbed in a few minutes. Deceased lived on that farm from his earliest childhood and was known to all as a sterling man, a genial, kind-hearted neighbour of the highest honor. He leaves a sorrowing wife to whom the sympathy of all is extended in her great loss. The remains were laid away to rest in the Hampstead cemetery yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon, a very large number having attended.1a

1aWellesley Maple Leaf, December 20, 1900 
John Campbell
 
6789 Staying with Jemima Veitch John Campbell
 
6790 A friend has handed in the following as the dates when the families mentioned arrived in Dumfries : 1820'97David Thornton ; 1823'97John Lockie, Henry Aussam and George Stoddard ; 1824'97John Mackenzie, the Moffats and Andrew Lake ; 1825'97John D. Campbell, long familiarly known as "Duke" Campbell 1a
1a
Reminiscences of the Early History of Galt and the Settlement of Dumfries in the Province of Ontario, by James Young 
John D. "Duke" Campbell
 
6791 In Glenmorris, on Monday the 7th instant, Mr. John Campbell, farmer, Dumfries, aged 82 years and 9 months. Mr. Campbell was an early settler in Dumfries, having taken up his abode therein 37 years ago. He was a highly intelligent man; kind-hearted, cheerful, and benevolent; and whilst strength lasted, was an example to the country of well-directed and habitual energy, which finally secured him a handsome competency. His funeral yesterday from Glenmorris to Galt was attended by a procession upwards of half a mile in length, including a great proportion of the Clergy of all denominations in the town and country.

Galt Reporter Oct 11 1861 pg 3

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A friend has handed in the following as the dates when the families mentioned arrived in Dumfries : 1820 David Thornton ; 1823 John Lockie, Henry Aussam and George Stoddard ; 1824 John Mackenzie, the Moffats and Andrew Lake ; 1825 John D. Campbell, long familiarly known as "Duke" Campbell ; 1826 Duncan Ferguson and the Scrimgers ; 1827--John Milroy and David Potter ; 1829 James McPhail ; 1831 Thomas Chisholm and Arthur Burnett ; 1832 William S. Elliott, the Lees and George Bruce ; 1833 George Moore, John and William Dickie ; 1834

Reminiscences of the Early History of Galt and the Settlement of Dumfries in the Province of Ontario, by James Young
 
John D. "Duke" Campbell
 
6792 JOHN JAMES CAMPBELL. Jan. t6, 1890-Oct. 26, 1917 Lieutenant, Canadian Field Artillery

Only son of John C. Campbell; b. Galt; ed. North Dumfries r.s., Galt C.I.; Applied Science, 19 to-14, B.A.SC. (Civ. Eng.-Hon.); Firm of Chipman & Power, employed at Bowmanville and Burlington. Ile enlisted in the 67th, University of Toronto, Battery on its formation in April 1916. In June he was promoted Lieutenant and went overseas in command of the first draft front the battery. He joined the 11th Battery in France on the Somme in October 1916, and served through the battles of Regina Trench, Vimy Ridge and subsequent engagements to Hill 70. At Passchendaele he was wounded on October 20th, but remained on duty. Ifs had been given leave to England but refused to go owing to the scarcity of officers at the time. Six days later he was instantly killed by a shell. Buried at Dickebusch. After his death it was announced that the Military Cross had been awarded to him for his devotion to duty during five days operations, when he steadied his men under continuous shell fire. He also carried a wounded Signaller back from the outposts for nearly a mile over shell-swept ground.

Honor Roll From the "University of Toronto / Roll of Service 1914-1918", published in 1921. 
Lieut. John James "Jim" Campbell
 
6793 Joseph Campbell

PRESTON, Joseph Russell Campbell, 240 King St. W., Preston, died Thursday, in Preston. He was 52. Mr. Campbell was born in Priceville and had lived in Preston, for 32 years, He was employed with the Canadian National Railways and was affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. Surviving are his wife, the former, Wilma Marie Zimmer; four sons, Frank of Preston and Keith, George and Murray all of Galt; three daughters, Mrs. Al Muir of Preston and Diane and Irene, both of Galt; two brother's and one sister and four grandchildren. The body will be at the Barthel-Stager Funeral Home, from 7 o'clock tonight, until Friday, morning when removal will be made to St. Clement's RC Church for requiem mass at 10 a.m. Interment will be in Preston, Park Lawn cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record Apr 23 1970 pg 26 
Joseph Russell Campbell
 
6794 HINAN, June

Of RR 33, Cambridge, on Thursday, Dec. 3, 1987, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, June Campbell, in her 80th year. Beloved wife of Douglas Hinan; dear sister of Donald of Penetanguishene, Gordon of Bradford and Mrs. Beryl Murray of Bronte. Mrs. Hinan was born in Toronto and came to Cambridge, 13 years ago. She was a member of Grace Baptist Church and leader of F.O.P.S. ON439 of Kitchener. The family will receive friends at the Barthel-Stager Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, Friday (today), 7-9 p.m.; Saturday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be conducted at the funeral home on Sunday, Dec. 6, 1987, at 1:30 p.m., by Pastor Jeffrey Oprel. Cremation to follow.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 4 Dec 1987 pg B11 
June E. Campbell
 
6795 COLLISON, Linda Joy (nee Campbell)

It is with deep sadness that we announce the sudden death of a very special lady, Linda Collison. Linda in her 57th year, died peacefully, early Thursday morning, February 7, 2002. Linda had suffered gracefully with cancer, for several months. Family and friends meant everything to Linda and her caring and loving spirit will live on in the hearts and lives of everyone whose lives she touched, especially Gwen Freeman of Cambridge. Linda was a loving wife to Jim, with whom she enjoyed 35 years of marriage. She was a devoted and loving mother to her two sons and their families, Brad and his wife Melanie and Jason and his wife Debbie, all of Cambridge. Linda's greatest joy was spending time with her cherished grandchildren, Taylor, Justin and Ciarra. Linda shared a lifetime of love with Laurie Lessard and her husband Dan of Waterloo and two very special people in her life, Andrew and Lindsay. Linda is predeceased by her father, William D. Campbell and an infant daughter, Julie. Linda will be dearly missed by her mother, Mrs. Mary Campbell of Kincardine and her friend and sister, Helen and her husband Ross of Ripley and special nieces, Jessica and Rachel. A dear and caring daughter-in-law of Kay Collison of Cambridge. Linda was happiest caring for her family and friends. She also volunteered at the Cambridge Y, for many years and worked at Conestoga College in the Registrar's office. In the last year of Linda's life, while coping with lung cancer, Linda was an inspiration to us all. Her ongoing care and concern for all around her, her ongoing acts of friendship and her commitment to family togetherness remained stead-fast. Doing for and caring for others, was Linda's "JOY". The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, on Sunday, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral mass will be celebrated at St. Clement's RC Church, 745 Duke St., Cambridge, on Monday, Feb. 11, 2002, at 11 a.m. Interment in Park Lawn Cemetery, Cambridge.

The Record 8 Feb 2002 pg B9 
Linda Joy Campbell
 
6796 Funeral of Mrs. James Dance

Funeral service for the late Mrs. James Dance was held Wednesday at the Ball Funeral Parlor, conducted by Rev. W. J. V. Buchanan. Committal was made at Ayr Cemetery chapel. Pallbearers were grandsons: Donald and Robert Gibson, Webster, N.Y.; Donald and Douglas Dance, Ayr; Murray Dance, Brantford, and James Oliver, Willowdale.


The Ayr News Dec 18 1958 pg 13 
Mabel Campbell
 
6797 GUNN, MARY EASTON (Nee Campbell)
At her residence, on Wednesday, November 10, 1954, in her 85th year. Widow of Donald Gunn (Jan. 26, 1942). Mother of George of Woodstock; Robert and Hector, at home. Also survived by a brother, George Campbell of Ayr and four grandchildren. Predeceased by five brothers and five sisters. Born in Ayr on July 20, 1870, in August 1893 she married Donald Gunn. They lived in the Ayr district until 1939, when they moved to R. R. #2, Hespeler (Puslinch). Mrs. Gunn was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Hespeler. She passed away last week after a lengthy illness. Funeral service was held on Sat. , Nov. 13 at 2 from her residence at R. R. #2, Hespeler. Rev. Thomas Mulholland of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church officiated. Pallbearers: Roy Campbell, Irvin Campbell and Charles Gunn of Ayr; Rubin Miske of Kitchener; Hector Gunn of Fergus; and Willard Gunn of Leamington. Flowerbearers: Charles MacNab, Keith MacNab and Eldon MacNab of Owen Sound; Thomas Vokes of Kilsyth; Maurice Gunn of Tara; and Roy Gunn of Owen Sound. Interment was in Ayr Cemetery.

Paper Unknown 
Mary Easton Campbell
 
6798 HAWES, Mary "Eleanor" - Unexpectedly, at her home in Cambridge, on Friday, August 8, 2008, in her 73rd year. Loving and devoted wife of Gerry. Cherished mother of Brad, Wade, and Kelly and her husband John Riddell. Special grandmother of Blair, Stephen, Sarah, Reid and Adam. Predeceased by her sisters, Dorothy Kennedy and Margaret Hallman. Eleanor retired from Canada Trust in Galt after 30 years of service. At Eleanor's request, cremation has taken place. There will be no visitation or funeral service. A private family interment will take place at the Ayr Cemetery at a later date. As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Cambridge Humane Society would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to Corbett Funeral Home , Cambridge, 519-740-0669. www.corbettfuneralhome.ca

The Waterloo Region Record Aug 9 2012
 
Mary Eleanor "Eleanor" Campbell
 
6799 HODGINS, May (nee Campbell)

Passed away peacefully, on Monday, March 4, 2013, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in her 91st year. May was predeceased by her beloved husband, William John (Jack) in 2005 and is survived by her brother, Don (Shirley), sister-in-law, Ruth (Ray) Hodgins and numerous nephews, nieces, great-nephews, great-nieces, great-great-nephews and great-great-nieces. She was predeceased by her loving parents, William and Annie Campbell, brother Gordon (Winifred), sisters-in-law, Muriel and Violet, brothers-in-law, Vibert, Glen, George, Claude, Ray and Don. May was born at home, in 1922 and lived most of her life in Waterloo Region. She survived Tuberculosis and almost two years of convalescence at Freeport Hospital, in her twenties and went on to work at Galt Collegiate Institute and Bell Telephone, in the 1940's, before marrying Jack, her grade school sweetheart, in 1951. They worked together to battle the effects of her sickness and Jack's polio and were a great team for each other. She recently moved to the Suites at Fairview Mennonite Home where she had volunteered for many years. Visitation will be held at Fairview Mennonite Home, 515 Langs Drive, Cambridge, in the Centre Auditorium on Sunday, March 10th at 2:00 p.m., followed by the funeral service at 3:00 p.m. Private interment will take place at Parklawn Cemetery, Cambridge, at a later date.

Cambridge Times 7 Mar 2013 
May Campbell
 
6800 Orison S. Campbell

Orison S. Campbell, 84, of 72 Union Blvd., died Wednesday after a heart attack. He was born in Ware, Mass., the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Campbell and had lived in the Twin Cities for the past 50 years. He was a graduate of Lowell, Mass., Textile School and had been employed by the American Felt Company, Dolgeville, N.Y. and the Consolidated Felt Company, Kitchener. In recent years he operated a felt products manufacturing company here until his retirement in July, 1964. He was an elder at Trinity United Church. His wife, the former Lilias Bowman whom he married here in 1920, survives. Also surviving are one son, Malcolm M. Campbell of Sarnia; one daughter, Mrs. R. H. (Susan) Pearce of Vancouver; one brother, Earl of Redondo Beach, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Florence Lucas and Mrs. Bertha Joyce, both of Quincy, Mass., and three grandchildren. Five brothers and sisters predeceased him. The body will be at the Ratz-Bechtel Funeral Home after Friday noon, where Rev. Frank H. Morgan will conduct the funeral Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 18 Mar 1965 pg 25 
Orison S. Campbell
 
6801 ELMIRA \endash Patrick C. Campbell, 78, died yesterday after a short illness at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clare Brubacher, 39 Queen St., Elmira. Born April 23, 1875 at Peel Township he lived in the Grimsby district, coming to Elmira in 1945. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Elmira. His wife, the former Marie Ann Lingner, predeceased him in August 1945. Surviving are three sons, Walter of Guelph; Arnold of Woodstock and Oscar of Kitchener; two daughters, Mrs. Clare (Rose) Brubacher of Elmira and Mrs. Edgar (Frieda) Gies of Grimsby. Eleven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren also survive. The body is at the Dreisinger Funeral Parlor. The funeral will be held at the Dreisinger Funeral Chapel Wednesday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in the Elmira Cemetery. Rev. Frank Malinsky will officiate.1a

1aKitchener-Waterloo Record 1 Apr 1953 
Patrick C. Campbell
 
6802 Paul Campbell was the son of Landa Wiley and Emma (Feller) Campbell. Paul moved at a very young age with his family from Marshall County, IN, eventually to the west coast. He married Ina Coleman in Chicago, IL on 12 June 1925. He was ordained as a Methodist minister and served the Pacific Northwest Conference in Washingon and northern Idaho.1a

1aFind A Grave 2015 
Rev. Paul Revere Campbell
 
6803 Staying at the Inn of Thomas and Jane McMillan Richard Campbell
 
6804 Former Chronicle editor Rick Campbell remembered

Rick Campbell a former beloved sports reporter, editor and publisher of the Waterloo Chronicle passed away on Oct. 14 at Toronto General Hospital.

A graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University, Campbell was considered "Mr. Waterloo" joining the Chronicle in the 1970s and helping solidify the Chronicle's place in the community. He developed a loyal following with his reporting, community outreach and his slice of life columns sharing his good humour and good nature with everybody in the city. His more than 20 year career at the Chronicle wrapped up in the mid-1990s after he was promoted to publisher of the paper.

Paul Winkler, who was President of the Fairway Group at the time and worked closely with Campbell, said he will always be remembered for his kindness.

"Rick had a quick and dry wit, lightening fast ability to write with clarity, and, extraordinary photographic skills. He was also a man of sincere kindness," said Winkler. "Several years ago, and long after working together, Rick attended a Rotary golf tournament I had organized in Niagara. There was a fundraiser silent auction during dinner. My then 11-year-old son was sitting at our table, wishing he could bid enough to get the signed Ottawa Senators print, his favourite team. He knew it would be impossible. Without our knowledge, Rick kept going back and forth to bid on that print, won it and when he returned to our table, he passed it over to Jake. That was classic Rick!"

In addition to being publisher of the Chronicle, Campbell was also publisher of Exchange Business Magazine and Visitor Magazine. Rick was honoured early in his career as Waterloo's Junior Citizen of the Year.

"The Chronicle grew exponentially during Rick's time due in large part to his talents and dedication," said Winkler.

Campbell went on to work at Rogers Publishing for publications like The Medical Post and Family Practice Magazine, moving to and working in Toronto. He was still a consulting editor in the health care field when he passed away peacefully surrounded by family.

A celebration of Campbell's life will be held today at Mississaugua Golf and Country Club 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to Crohn's and Colitis Canada would greatly appreciated.

Vrbanac, B. (2017). Former Chronicle editor Rick Campbell remembered | WaterlooChronicle.ca. WaterlooChronicle.ca. Retrieved 21 October 2017, from https://www.waterloochronicle.ca/news-story/7664733-former-chronicle-editor-rick-campbell-remembered/

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CAMPBELL, Rick Peacefully at Toronto General Hospital. Beloved husband of Beth Thompson and loving father to Jordan, Drew and Chad. Sadly missed by sisters Noni (Tony), Jo (Vlad), brother John, brother-in-law Max (Jane) and many nieces and nephews. A celebration of Rick's life will be held at Mississauga Golf and Country Club on Friday, October 20, at 1 p.m., and will include memories of his 20+ years as a key influencer in the K-W region, first as a sports writer at The Record, and later as Editor of The Waterloo Chronicle. In lieu of flowers, donations to Crohn's and Colitis Canada greatly appreciated.

Campbell Rick | lifenews.ca . (2017). Lifenews.ca. Retrieved 21 October 2017, from http://www.lifenews.ca/announcement/7659951-campbell-rick 
Rick Campbell
 
6805 After the departure of Rev. Bayne, St. Andrew's was served by Revs. John Malcolm Smith (1848-1850), Hamilton Gibson (1850-1860), Robert Campbell (1862-1866), James B. Muir (1867-1874), and William Masson (from 1874 until his resignation in October 1879). Rev. Smith and Rev. Gibson also travelled to Woolwich once a month to preach to the congregation of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Winterbourne.1a

1aAmbrose, Rosemary. Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide to Churches Established Before 1900. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada: Waterloo-Wellington Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, 1993. [used the kind permission of Rosemary Ambrose 2011] 
Rev. Robert Campbell
 
6806 Campbell, Rev. Robert, M.A.,D.D., Pastor of St. Gabriel Presbyterian Church, Montreal, was born on a farm near the town of Perth, Lanark county, Ontario, on the 21st June, 1835. Peter Campbell, father of the subject of this sketch, was born at Kein-a-Chullaig, Loch Tayside, Breadalbane, Perthshire, Scotland, and belonged to the Lochnell branch of the Campbell clan. One of his ancestors having taken part in the Jacobite rising in 1715, and thus having incurred the displeasure of Argyll, who was at the head of the Hanoverian forces, did not return to his native district, but placed himself under the protection of his other great kinsman, Breadalbane, who was neutral in that contest, and who assigned him the property called Keina-Chullaig.

Peter Campbell was a man of high character and intelligence. He had for a time been a teacher in Scotland, and this gave him much influence with his Highland countrymen who accompanied him to Canada in 1817, and settled in the Bathurst district. He brought some money with him to Canada, and owned the first yoke of oxen in the settlement ; although during the first season he had to carry a bag of flour on his back through the woods from Brockville, a distance of about fifty miles, having no road to follow but guided only by the blazes on the trees. He was chosen an elder of the first Presbyterian church, which was under the ministry of Rev. William Bell, shortly after his arrival in the country. But as he was born and bred in the Church of Scotland, he united with that branch of the Presbyterian communion as soon as it was established in Perth under the ministry of the late Rev. T. C. Wilson, of Dunkeld, Scotland, and was installed an elder in it too, which office he retained till his death in 1848.

Margaret Campbell, Rev. Dr. Campbell's mother, was of the Gleno and Inverliver branch of the clan Campbell. She was born in Glenlyon, Scotland, her mother being a MacDiarmid, one of the oldest families in Scotland. Mrs. Campbell ably seconded her husband in all his aims and efforts ; and one of the results of their joint influence and instruction was that three of their sons became ministers of the Presbyterian Church of Canada in connection with the Church of Scotland, and a fourth studied for the ministry of the Baptist church, but his health broke down before he was able to complete his course of preparation.

Robert was the seventh son, and eleventh child of the family, his youngest brother being Rev. Alexander Campbell, B.A., of Prince Albert, North-West Territory. He was educated at the common school, near his birth place ; but as it happened that the school was taught by a succession of able masters, one of them being an admirable scholar in both classics and mathematics, he enjoyed considerable advantages, and he, with his youngest brother, made very rapid progress in study. He himself "became a common school teacher at the age of sixteen ; and the desire he had to perfect himself in the subjects which he had to teach was the best master he was ever under, and he learned more always while teaching than while avowedly only a student under the direction of others.

In 1853 he entered as a student at Queen's University, taking the only open scholarship for the year. This scholarship he retained by competition every year all through his course. In 1855 he obtained the first medal ever offered in Queen's College for a special examination in English history and ancient geography. In 1856 he graduated B.A., and in 1858 M.A., in the same university. He taught the public school near Appleton in 1852, and the next year the school at Leckie's Corners, near Almonte. In 1856 he was appointed headmaster of the Queen's College Preparatory School, where he had under his care, at a time when High schools were few and inefficient throughout the country, students from all parts of Canada, and even from Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, who had it in view to matriculate in Queen's University. A great many of the youth of Kingston also took advantage of the educational facilities afforded by the school. This position he held till 1st October, 1860, when he quitted it with a view to entering the ministry of the Presbyterian Church of Canada in connection with the Church of Scotland.

In the autumn of 1860, after having received license as a preacher in Canada, he went abroad with a view to seeing a little of the world, and becoming familiar with men and things in the older civilized communities, and he remained thirteen months in Great Britain and the Continent, taking advantage of access to the museums, art galleries, and learned societies of Edinburgh particularly, where he spent most of the winter, as well as giving occasional attendance at lectures in the university.

He returned to Canada late in the autumn of 1861, and accepted a call in April, 1862, to St. Andrew's Church, Galt, Ontario, having declined overtures from Melbourne, Beckwith, and one or two other charges. He remained in Galt till 1st December, 1866, when called to his present sphere of labour as minister of the oldest Presbyterian church in the inland provinces. The centennial celebration of the founding of the congregation that built this church was held on the 9th of March, 1886, and was an occasion of great interest to the entire community. The University of Queen's College conferred the degree of Doctor of Divinity upon him at the convocation in April, 1887.

Rev. Dr. Campbell is chairman of the Board of Management of the Widows' and Orphans' Fund of the Presbyterian Church of Canada in connection with the Church of Scotland; a member of the Executive Committee of the Temporalities Board of the same church ; a trustee of Queen's University, and a member of the Senate of the Presbyterian College, Montreal. Ho held the office of lecturer in Ecclesiastical History for two sessions in Queen's University, Kingston, and was a vice-president of the Natural History Society of Montreal. He has maintained steadfastly his early religious convictions. But while orthodox himself, he has always exercised toleration towards those that could not see exactly as he did.

Rev. Dr. Campbell won the prize for the best essay on Presbyterian Union offered by a committee of gentlemen in Quebec and Montreal in the year 1866, which was afterwards published, and greatly helped to leaven public opinion on that question. He is now engaged on a history of the St. Gabriel St. Church, Montreal, which will shortly be published, and cannot fail to prove of great interest to every Presbyterian in Canada.

Rev. Dr. Campbell was married on the 29th of December, 1863, to Margaret, eldest child and only daughter of Rev. George Macdonnell, minister of St. Andrew's Church, Fergus, a faithful, useful, and highly respected minister of the Presbyterian Church of Canada in connection with the Church of Scotland. Rev. D. ,7. Macdonnell, B.D., of Toronto, and G. M. Macdonnell, Q.C., of Kingston, are her brothers. Her mother was Elizabeth Milnes, of the same stock as Moncton Milnes, Lord Houghton.1a

1aGeo. MacLean Rose, A Cyclopaepdia of Canadian Biography being chiefly men of the time. Rose Publishing Co., Toronto 1888 
Rev. Robert Campbell
 
6807 In Memoriam Died At his late residence, Blenheim, on Saturday, August 17th, 1901, Robert Campbell, Aged 78 years, 4 months, 19 day.s [sic] The Funeral Will take place from his late residence, lot 2, Concession 12, Township of Blenheim, on Tuesday, August 20, at 2 o'clock, p m., to the Ayr Cemetery. Friends and acquaintances will please accept this intimation.1a

1aWaterloo Historical Society Death Notices Collection - photocopies  
Robert Campbell
 
6808 Staying with Walter Benn a shoemaker. Robert Campbell
 
6809 CAMPBELL, Rose Marie

Passed away on Monday, January 12, 2009, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in her 50th year. Dear sister of Ruth Anne Martin of Hespeler, Reginald Norman (Laurie) Campbell of Hespeler and Colin Raymond (Cathy) Campbell of Galt. Dear aunt of Gerald and Mandy Martin, Reg Jr. and Crystal Campbell and Rhyan (Tara) and Chantelle and Ashley Campbell. Dear great-aunt of Hunter Mitchel, and Maddison and Parker Campbell. Predeceased by her parents, Reginald and Ruth Campbell. Rose's family will welcome friends at the Lounsbury Funeral Home, 1766 Franklin Boulevard, Cambridge, on Thursday, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be held in the funeral home chapel, on Friday morning, at 10 a.m.

Waterloo Region Record 14 Jan 2009 pg B5 
Rose Marie Campbell
 
6810 Stewart Campbell

PRESTON—The death occurred at Hamilton Sunday, of Stewart Campbell, 70, following an illness of two years. Born in Huron Township, Mr. Campbell lived in Port Colborne for 21 years, until the time of his illness. He was a member of the Port Colborne Presbyterian Church. Prior to his illness, he was employed with the Law Contractors and Road Builders, Port Colborne. Surviving are his wife, Sarah Campbell: three sons, Glen, John and Cameron, all of Port Colborne; two brothers, David and John Campbell of Huron Township; one sister, Mrs. Robert (Alice) Campbell of Huron Township. A grandson also survives. The body is at the Stager-Pass Funeral Home, Preston, where the funeral service will be conducted Wednesday, at 2:30. Interment will be in Park Lawn Cemetery, Preston.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 9 Nov 1954 pg 5 
Stewart Campbell
 
6811 St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church

Begun: 1856 Early Anglican services were held in the Berlin area in the 1840s by the Rev. Michael Boomer of the Galt Mission. In 1856 William Jaffray moved from Galt to Berlin and established an English-language newspaper, the Berlin Chronicle. An Anglican, who had attended Trinity Church in Galt, Mr. Jaffray led in the formation of a congregation in Berlin, where he acted as Lay Reader. Two other gentlemen influential in establishing the Anglican presence in Berlin were Henry Joseph Fletcher Jackson and Dr. David S. Bowlby. Land was purchased on April 5, 1861 on the southeast corner of Water St. N. and Short (now Duke) Streets, and the first church, of red brick with white brick trim, was built in 1861.

The church was demolished in April 1894 to make room for the present church which was built on the same site and dedicated on October 7, 1894. A Parish Hall was built in 1927 and the church was enlarged in 1955. Early rectors who followed the missionary, Thomas S. Campbell, were the first rector Rev. E.R. Stimson (1859-1864), Rev. Dr. John Schulte (1864-1867), Rev. Henry Jessop (1868) and Rev. Alexander Sydney Falls (1869-1876).1a

1aWaterloo County Churches A Research Guide To Churches Established Before 1900 By Rosemary Ambrose


 
Rev. Thomas S. Campbell
 
6812 Miss Dunham, chief librarian of the local public library, gives a biography of the poet Wilfred Campbell, who was born here while his father, Rev. Thomas S. Campbell was incumbent of the Episcopal Church of the village, in 1861. This Church was then in a building on lower King St. which had formerly been the printing office of Henry Eby, publisher of the "Deutsche Canadier" newspaper, and of various Mennonite devotional books, etc. Many of you will remember the building, which stood until comparatively recently when it was replaced by the brick dwelling known as No. 123 King Street East.. Where was the parsonage, rented, as was also the church'97the first Episcopal church on Water Street, on the site of the present one, was built in 1862'97and consequently where the probable birth place of the poet, remains for the present a fact lost to history. Rev. Thomas S. Campbell
 
6813 Wayne Campbell

The death occurred at his home in Ayr, on Friday, October 29, 1993, of Wayne Alan Campbell. Mr. Campbell was in his 48th year. Born in Paris, he was a son of Clarence (Bud) Campbell and the late Joyce Newstead (1966) of Ayr. He grew up in Ayr and was a fine hockey and ball player. He was a machine operator and at one time worked at Canada Sand Papers in Plattsville. Wayne will be sadly missed by his daughter, Jennifer Campbell of Cambridge; his parents, Clarence (Bud) and Nora Campbell of Ayr; his brothers Larry and his wife, Maggie of Bolton and Brian of Ayr; his sister, Debi Campbell and Jack Maffin of Kelowna, B.C.; his niece and nephew, Sean and Tammy Campbell of Kitchener. A private memorial service has been held. Cremation has taken place with interment in Ayr Cemetery. Arrangements made by the Ayr Chapel, Wm. Kipp Funeral Home.

The Ayr News 3 Nov 1993 pg 14 
Wayne Alan Campbell
 
6814 About William Campbell

William may have been the son of John Campbell and Margaret Sutherland. A descendent who contributed information to the Hillman Family site states he was born in Scotland to John Campbell and Margaret Sutherland.

William lists in the census records that he was born in Ontario. On his death record, the informant (Dr. MacGregor of Caledonia), states that he was born in Dumfries, Canada.

According to an excerpt from `Our Todays and Yesterdays` by Andrew W. Taylor, John `Duke` Campbell and Margaret Lockie also settled in the area in 1824, the family reported to be from Hawick, Roxburgh, Scotland. This information provided by a descendent of the family at the time the book was compiled (copyrighted 1970, an expanded verison of the 1952 `Our Yesterdays`).

Either way, William states he was born abt. 1821, prior to either family settling in Canada.1a

1awww.caldersofnairn.tribalpages.com 2011 
William Campbell
 
6815 William E. Campbell Well-Known Resident of This Community Passes in His 84th Year

The death occurred in Galt Hospital on Saturday, January, 1st, of William Campbell, North Dumfries Township, in his 84th year. Mr. Campbell entered the hospital on Wednesday, December 30, where an operation was found necessary. Complications subsequently set in, from the effects of which he failed to recover.

He was a son of Robert Campbell and Margaret Easton, one of the pioneer families of this section. As a young man, Mr. Campbell engaged in stumping operations. He had two stumping machines and cleared hundreds of farms in this vicinity of the stumps which had been left after the farms had been cleared of bush. Horses were of little use at this task and oxen were exclusively used. These stumps, by the way, were used for fencing purposed and in many cases it is only of recent years that they have been replaced by wire.

Mr. Campbell was a hearty, healthy man of great determination and he did not hesitate to tackle jobs which would be turned down by men of lesser fibre. For a number of years, he operated the home farm, now owned by Irvine Campbell, 10th concession of Blenheim. Mr. Campbell also engaged in teaming operations for many years and accepted many contracts for gravelling roads and other such tasks.

"Bill," as he was familiarly known to many friends, far and wide, was noted for his cheerful, ready wit, and he was always ready to take or pass a joke. His jovial disposition and keen mind did not deteriorate with the years and he carried his age lightly.

He was unmarried and is survived by the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. Margaret Forbes, Saskatoon, Sask.; Mrs. Mary Gunn, Hespeler; Mrs. Jessie Rutherford, Kitchener; Robert and George, Ayr.

The Funeral

There was a large attendance at the funeral held on Tuesday afternoon from Ball's funeral Parlor to the Ayr Cemetery. The services were conducted by Rev. J.W. Currie, and the pallbearers were: Hector and Robert Gunn, Hespeler; George Gunn, Woodstock; Irvine Campbell, Roy Campbell, and Robert Campbell.1a

1aAyr News Jan 6 1944 pg 1 
William E. "Bill" Campbell
 
6816 DROWNED IN CROSSHILL
William Campbell Loses His Life While Bathing.- Close Call For Charles Burkitt.


A terrible fatality occurred at Crosshill on Sunday afternoon last by which Mr. William Campbell, only son of J. H. Campbell, Esq. lost his life, and a companion narrowly escaped a similar fate.

A party consisting of Messrs Art. Rennie, Geo. Richardson, Walter Barnaby, Chas. Burkitt and Will Campbell walked over to a small pool of water on the boundary between W. Wilford and E. Playford's farms, just east of the village. Campbell and Burkett stripped and went in to enjoy a bathe, the other young men remaining on the shore. Burkett swam across the pond. When Campbell who was only half way across called to him for assistance and he immediately swam to Campbell. Those on the shore apparently did not realize that their companions were struggling with death until Chas. Burkett left his friend made for the shore calling to those looking on to help. A fence rail was extended to him by which he assisted himself nearly to shore when he sank exhausted in about one foot of Water from which he was easily rescued. Meantime poor Campbell had sank in about five feet of water only 12 or 15 feet from shore. Campbell undoubtedly was taken with cramps as he was a strong swimmer and could easily have waded to shore. It was about an hour before his body was brought to land.

Dr. Glaister had been telephoned for and on his arrival attended to Burkett who was in a critical condition for a time but is now about recovered. William Lorne McKenzie Campbell. who was nearing his 30th year, was young man of good qualities and was widely popular among all the people of this section, and his untimely death has caused profound sorrow and sympathy for the bereaved family. Deceased was chief Ranger of the Crosshill Lodge, (No. 335) C. O. F. and the remain [sic] were interred in Rush's cemetery on Tuesday afternoon by the brethren in the presence of a vast concourse of people, many of whom came from long distances to be present.1a

1aWellesley Maple Leaf, May 28, 1908

Obituary is supplied by the Wellesley Township Heritage and Historical Society Click here to go to their website. 
William Lorne McKenzie Campbell
 
6817 Miss Dunham, chief librarian of the local public library, gives a biography of the poet Wilfred Campbell, who was born here while his father, Rev. Thomas S. Campbell was incumbent of the Episcopal Church of the village, in 1861. This Church was then in a building on lower King St. which had formerly been the printing office of Henry Eby, publisher of the "Deutsche Canadier" newspaper, and of various Mennonite devotional books, etc. Many of you will remember the building, which stood until comparatively recently when it was replaced by the brick dwelling known as No. 123 King Street East.. Where was the parsonage, rented, as was also the church'97the first Episcopal church on Water Street, on the site of the present one, was built in 1862'97and consequently where the probable birth place of the poet, remains for the present a fact lost to history. William Wilfred Campbell
 
6818 William Wilfred Campbell, whose father was the rector of the Anglican Church at Berlin, where William was born, became one of Canada's most famous poets, and was recognized as the leader of the Ontario poets of his generation.

He attended the University of Toronto and the Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and was ordained as a minister in the Church of England in 1886. He had a parish in New Hampshire and in 1988 became rector at St. Stephen, New Brunswick. He left the ministry in 1891 and entered the civil service.

His first volume of verse, Lake Lyrics, was published in 1889. He published five other books of poetry; four verse-plays; three novels and a descriptive work, The Canadian Lake Region, and edited the Oxford Book of Canadian Verse. Campbell was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1893. One of his best-known poems was Indian Summer.

Waterloo Region Hall of Fame 
William Wilfred Campbell
 
6819 St. Clement's Roman Catholic Church

The first Catholic missionaries in the area were Father James W. Campion, Father Cassidy and Father John Cullen - beginning c.1828. They were followed by the St. Agatha missionaries, Fathers John Louis Wiriath (1834-1837) and Peter Schneider (1838-1844), but it was Father Simon Sanderl (1844-1848), also from St. Agatha, who organized the construction of a church. The deed for the land, located on the northwest corner of Duke and Guelph (now Dolph) Streets and purchased from the Erb brothers (for five shillings), was dated March 9, 1846, but it is thought that building actually began in 1844. The new church was reported to be "perhaps the only substantial Catholic church west of Toronto" (Spetz 1916:139).
Services were held more or less monthly for many years as priests were in short supply and had to be shared by other congregations. Regular monthly services began in February 1882 with the arrival of Father William Kloepfer of Berlin who looked after Preston as well. Then, beginning in 1889 Preston and Hespeler became missions of Galt. Finally, on March 25, 1905, Preston received its own resident pastor, Rev. Jonas Lenhard. By now it had become apparent that a new and larger church was definitely needed but it was not until January 1907, when Father William Gehl was pastor, that land further along Duke Street was purchased. The cornerstone for the present church was laid September 4, 1911, and the basement of the building was ready for use the following year. The basement continued in use for services until the church was completely finished in 1922. The old church had been torn down in the summer of 1915. Fire on December 26, 1971 caused considerable damage, but the church was not damaged structurally. Repairs were made and the church was rededicated on June 25, 1972.1

1Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide To Churches Established Before 1900 By Rosemary Ambrose 
Rev. James W. Campion
 
6820 CAMPIONE, Carmelo

At St. Mary's Hospital, Kitchener, on Friday, Jan. 10, 1997, in his 59th year, Carmelo Campione, of Cambridge (G). Beloved husband of Vitina Campione (nee Maniglia); dear father of John Campione, Sandra and her husband Terry Hunter, Cristina and her fiance Rob Wesley and Valerie, all of Cambridge; cherished grandfather of Mitchell and Avory Hunter. Friends will be received at Little's Funeral Home, 223 Main St. E., Cambridge, today (Saturday) from 7-9 p.m. and Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The parish rosary will be recited at the flineral home, Sunday evening at 8 p.m. Funeral to St. Ambrose RC Church, Chalmers St. S., Cambridge, for Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, Jan. 13, 1997 at 10:30 a.m. Interment Mount View Cemetery, Cambridge.

The Record 11 Jan 1997 pg B4 
Carmelo Campione
 
6821 DE CAMPOS, Manuel

Peacefully at the Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Tuesday, March 1, 2011, at the age of 77. Loving and devoted husband of Irene Campos (nee Da Silva). Cherished father of Mike Campos and his wife Goretti. Special grandfather of Alicia Campos (Brandon Patterson) and Tanner Campos and great-granddaughter, Kiana Patterson. Manuel will also be sadly missed by his sisters, Florinda Da Silva, Rosa Campos and Otillia Campos, brothers Jose Campos and Francisco Campos, as well as several other family members and friends. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street, Cambridge, where the family will receive friends on Thursday, from 2-4 p.m. & 7-9 p.m. Rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial, will be celebrated at Our Lady of Fatima R.C. Church, Elgin Street S., Cambridge, on Friday March 4, 2011, at 10 a.m. Interment will follow at Parklawn Cemetery.

Cambridge Times 3 Mar 2011 
Manuel Campos
 
6822 LEHMAN, Vera Kathleen

Passed away peacefully, at her residence Riverbend Place, Cambridge, on Wednesday, August 13, 2003, in her 91st year. Beloved wife of the late Edgar (Jerry) Lehman. Vera was the last surviving member of her family. Predeceased by her parents, Dennis and Minnie Canary. Mrs. Lehman was born in Wingham, Ontario on March 15, 1913 and moved to Preston in 1919 and was a former employee of Bell Canada and a member of St. John's Anglican Church. A private family service was held on Saturday, August 16, 2003. Interment Parklawn Cemetery. The family would like to thank Riverbend Retirement and Nursing Staff and Wecare Home Health Services Staff, for their loving care.

The Record 18 Aug 2003 pg B7 
Vera Kathleen Canary
 
6823 SAD ACCIDENT AT GALT

A Pleasure Steamboat Goes Over The Mill Dam -- 8 Drowned

May 23, Galt. --The little steamer EMPRESS OF INDIA, which had been placed on the Grand River, and which on Monday last commenced its trips for the season on Blain's Dam, to all appearance was perfectly safe for the business required of it, and the calamity which has overtaken it was totally unlooked for.

Last evening about eight o'clock a party of some fifteen young men and two young women embarked on the vessel for a sail up the river. As the boat was crossing the dam something appeared to go wrong with the rudder, and the head of the boat could not be turned sufficiently up the stream to enable it to counteract the effects of the current caused by the flow over the dam. The west side of the dam was reached without mishap, however, but the point where the boat would have touched being rough and rocky, an order was given to reverse the engine, which was done. The boat again getting out into the stream, an effort was made to turn the bow up the stream but again it seemed as if the rudder would not work, and when at last it did, it unfortunately was turned the wrong way, and the boat headed directly for the fall, and before those on board could realize their position the steamer drifted broadside to the fall, and in a moment went crashing over into the boiling water beneath. Before it took it's final leap, however, two of it's occupants, John and William Ovens, jumped into the water, and the latter, in an almost miraculous manner, managed to obtain a foothold on the very edge and to resist the current until he reached the shore. His brother John was not so fortunate, being carried over the faIl, but he was eventually taken out of the river some distance below in an insensible condition.

Of those who went over with the boat, eight were lost, the rest having in various ways managed to reach shore. Both of the young women were saved, one, Miss Landreth, having had an escape that was perfectly miraculous, she floated down the stream until she struck the western pier of the upper bridge, against which the water pressed her so tightly that parties were enabled to get ropes and rescue her.

The following is a complete list of the drowned:-
Jas. Montgomery (engineer and owner), Edward Wren, Andrew Jackson; John Fraser; Frederick Cane; H. J. Jaffray (of the Galt reporter); Thomas Elliott and David Scott. The body of Mr. H. J. Jaffray was taken out of the water within a short time of the accident, but the most unremitting exertions on the part of the medical men present failed to restore life. It is the general impression, that when the boat went over the fall he must have been struck and stunned.

Efforts to recovers of the bodies were made during the night but without success. This morning the boat was turned over where she lay below the falls, t being supposed that some of the bodies must be entangled in the wreck, but none were discovered. The dam is about ten or twelve feet high, with about a foot of water flowing over the fall. The depth of water above the fall is from fifteen to eighteen feet.1a


1aMeaford Monitor Friday, May 31, 1878 
Frederick J. Cane
 
6824 1871 - John Cane was staying with Abram Detwiler. John Cane
 
6825 Trayton Cane and The Findon Windmill

The occupier of the Findon windmill in West Sussex, England abt 1842 was Trayton Cane. He was a youthful miller and maltster. He resided in one of the Mill Cottages which by now had been built on the adjacent land. Trayton married Elizabeth Hersee on 16th June 1842 in nearby Angmering. The marriage record stated he was "of Findon, miller". Trayton had two children while living there before moving to Galt, Ontario, Canada. There was only two mill cottages at the mill, the residence of the other cottage was Harriet Cane and her son William, possibly brother and mother of Trayton. Trayton is buried in the Trinity Anglican Cemetery in Cambridge, Ontario.1a

1aAdapted from http://www.findonvillage.com/0077_in_the_footsteps_of_the_first_miller.htm by Valerie Martin 1997 
Trayton Cane
 
6826 KANMACHER, Hilda

Of Riverbend Retirement Home, Cambridge, on Thursday, Nov. 6. 1997, Hilda Canning, beloved wife of the late Sylvester Kanmacher. Dear mother of Gord and his wife Bernice (Eby) of Southampton: loving grandmother of four grandchildren. Sherry, Mary, Rodney and Jane and seven great-grandchildren. Sadly missed by Ken and Jacquie Kanmacher. Predeceased by her parents, Frederick and Lillian Canning and one brother, Ernest Canning and his wife Margaret. Mrs. Kanmacher, was a lifelong resident of Cambridge and had been employed as a secretary, at Eastern Steel Products and Woods Transport of Cambridge. She was a member of St. John's Anglican Church, the ACW and a very active member of the Eventide Aux. Group. The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Road, Cambridge, today (Friday) from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be conducted at the Funeral Home, on Saturday, Nov. 8, 1997, at 1:30 p.m., with Canon David Bowyer officiating. Interment in Trinity Anglican Cemetery, Cambridge.

The Record 7 Nov 1997 pg B4 
Hilda Lillian Canning
 
6827 Cant, Gourlay, & Co., manufacturers. of all kinds of wood-working machinery, with latest improvements, also steam engines, portable and stationery. The works are located on Concession Street. near G. W. R. R. station. Mr. Cant in a native of Scotland, where he was born in 1828, and has been a resident of the county since 1843. Mr. Gourlay was born in Huron County, 1844, but removed here with parents when only 2 years old.2a

2aIllustrated Atlas of the County of Waterloo, H. Parsel & Co., Toronto - 1881 
Adam Cant
 
6828 LIGHT FRUIT CAKE
Miss E. Cant
Five eggs, one pound light brown sugar, one-third pound butter, one-half pound lemon and orange peel (mixed), one and a quarter pounds flour, one teaspoonful soda, one pound raisins (if wanted). Put raisins and peel in after the flour. 
Elizabeth "Eliza" Cant
 
6829 THE GORE FIRE INSURANCE CO.

Among the many institutions of which Galt boasts, none are more conspicuous than the Gore Ins. Co's pal-atial and imposing structure situated on the corner of Main and Ainslie streets. The style is of a Romanesque char-acter, and is built with Connecticut brown-stone, rock-faced base up to the first storey window sills ; above this it is faced with brown pressed brick, tooled portage entry stone trimmings and Terra Cotta carvings. The corner of Main and Ainslie streets is round, having over the main entrance a heavily moulded arch, supported on two Doric columns, and over the arch the Company's name carved in mediaeval letters. This round corner is continued up above the roof, forming a round tower, roofed with Span-ish tiles and terminating in a columned and octagon lantern, with ogee top and flag staff. Total height from the side-walk about eighty-two feet. The Gore has about 125 active agents through Ontario.1a

1a1897 Jubilee Souvenir of Galt 
Mayor Hugh Cant
 
6830 Hugh Cant Jr. was born in Calcairn Mills, Rosshire, Scotland 18 May 1833. When 10 years old he came with his family to Canada, spending a year in Hamilton, arriving in Galt in 1845. He father was a miller who worked for the Crombie Mill. In 1856 Hugh Jr. travelled to California and in 1862 returned to Galt and becane a harness and saddlery business with his brother John. In 1868 they closed the business and Hugh, John and other brother Andrew created a foundry business. After retiredin 1895 the business moved to Lancaster, New York. he was a member of the Galt Public board and the school board. He wrote the book "Historical Reminiscences of Galt and Other Writings.1a

1aCambridge Mosiac, Jim Quantrell, 1998, City of Cambridge [snippet from original text in book]

____________________________

Serving in public life in Galt for forty years after taking up residence in 1845 made Hugh Cant, the 1903 mayor, an authority on the town's early history. In 1915 he wrote an interesting brochure, "Historical Reminiscences of Galt." He was a native of Calcairn Mills, Rosshire, Scotland.

In early life, when horses were very numerous, Cant engaged in the harness and saddlery business and had a busy shop on Main Street. He then became a partner with his brother's Andrew and John, in the firm of Cant Brothers, a woodworking machinery company, from which he retired in 1890.

Cant was actively associated with the Galt Town Council, the Board of Trade, the Galt Collegiate Institute Board and the Public School Board. He was a director of the Gore Mutual Insurance Company from 1877 until his death in 1917, having become president four years earlier in 1913.2a

2aWaterloo Region Hall of Fame 
Mayor Hugh Cant
 
6831 In Galt, on Saturday evening, 24th inst., at half-pst 6 o'clock, Alison, relict of the late Hugh Cant, in the 78th year of her age.

Galt Reporter May 30 1879 pg 3 
Hugh Cant
 
6832 CANTO, John

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of John, in the comfort of his home and surrounded by his family, on Friday, February 10, 2017, at the age of 90. Loving husband to Irondina, for 65 years and devoted father to Liz Bithell (Ken) and Mary Crowder. Proud grandfather of John Bithell (Jennifer), Donald Crowder, Michael Bithell, Ann Crowder Kleinschmidt (Kyle) and Steven Bithell (Aine). Adoring great-grandfather of Hayden, Abby, Evan, Griffin, Graeme, Declan, Audrey, Erin, Connor, Alexander and Harrison. Predeceased by his parents, Joao and Amelia Canto, brothers Imidio, Joe and Manuel and sister-in-law, Isabel. He is survived by sister, Belmira of S. Miguel, Azores and sisters-in-law, Isabel of Cambridge and Fernanda of Guelph. John will also be missed by many nieces and nephews and numerous friends. John immigrated to Canada in 1956 from S. Miguel, in order to provide a better life for his wife and young daughters. Through hard work and determination he successfully achieved his goal. Although he loved and never forgot his roots, he also loved this country of opportunity and was a proud Canadian, to the end. John was not only passionate about his flower gardens and green, green grass, but also his music. When young and walking home from school, his daughters, always knew they were close to home, when they could hear the strains of a John Philip Sousa march. Visitation will be held at the T. LITTLE FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CENTRE, 223 Main Street, Cambridge (519-623-1290) on Wednesday, February 15th from 6 - 9 p.m., with Rosary Prayers said at 8:30 p.m. The Mass of Christian Burial, will be celebrated at St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church, 210 South Street, Cambridge, on Thursday, February 16, 2017, at 11 a.m. Interment will follow at Parklawn Cemetery. John's family wishes to express their sincere and grateful thanks to CCAC and the Palliative Care Team, especially Dr. N. Robichaud, Abby, Elaine and Dustin. Their exemplary care and compassion granted John's wish of ending his days with dignity. A big thank you also to Dr. Achtymichuk and his staff for their care over the last many years.

Waterloo Region Record 13 Feb 2017 
Joao "John" Canto
 
6833 Death of Mrs. Bruce Burt

Mrs, Bruce Burt passed away on Saturday at the Parts Nursing and Convalescent Home after an illness of several years. She was the former Louisa Jane Capes and was born in London, England, in 1871. She had resided in Ayr with her husband, who survives, for 16 years. Funeral service was held on Monday afternoon at 2.30 at the W. O. Ball Funeral Parlor with Rev. W. D. Goodger officiating. The pallbearers were: John T. Mlles, Hector Kyle, Gilbert Gemmell, J. Morton Guthrie, G. S. Dalrymple and John H. Dance. Internment took place in the Ayr Cemetery.


The Ayr News Mar 4 1954 pg 1 
Louise Jane Capes
 
6834 MRS. SANGSTER LEDERMAN

Alice Elizabeth Capling, wife of Dr. Sangster Lederman, 25 Ahrens St, W., passed away at noon yesterday in St. Mary's Hospital. Born in Perth County on Sept, 18, 1884, to the late Mr, and Mrs, Louis Capling, deceased was 60 years old at death. A member of Zion Evangelical Church, the late Mrs. Lederman participated in the activities of the Ladies' Aid Society and the Women's Missionary Society. Immediate survivors are her husband; one son, Robert, Kitchener; four daughters, Mrs. E. B. Hymmen, Galt ; Mrs. J. C. Armburst, Toronto; Mrs. C. T. Lockhart, Kitchener; Kathryn Lederman, R.C.A.F. (W.D.) Trenton; two brothers, Amos, Stratford; Abner, Montreal; and two sisters, Mrs. George McFarlane, Plattsville and Mrs. Ida Ball, Tillsonburg. Five grandchildren also survive, Rev. E. E. Hallman will officiate at the funeral service being conducted at Zion Evangelical Church Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. Remains will rest at the Ratz-Bechtel Funeral Home until noon Thursday, when the removal will be made to the church where friends may pay their respects until the hour of the funeral. Interment will be made in Woodland Cemetery .

Kitchener Daily Record 26 Jun 1945 pg 13 
Alice Elizabeth Capling
 
6835 Died - The death occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Sarah Daub, in North Easthope, on Wednesday of Mrs. Andrew Falk, at the age of 74 years, 5 months and 10 days. The deceased had been ailing for some time and her death was not unexpected. The late Mrs. Falk was born in North Easthope, being a daughter of the late John Capling and spent all her life in that township. About fifty years ago she was married to Mr. Andrew Falk, who predeceased her five years ago. She was a kind and loving mother and good neighbor and highly esteemed by all who knew her. There remain to mourn her loss a family of three sons and four daughters: George of North Easthope, Edward and Ezra of Dinsmore, Sask., Mrs. Ed. Schlotzhauer of Stratford, Mrs. Domm of Ayton and Mrs. Samuel Schlotzhauer of Stratford. She is also survived by 19 grandchildren. The funeral will be held on Sunday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock from her late residence to Oetzel's Evangelical church and cemetery.

New Hamburg Independent, March 5, 1920 
Jane Capling
 
6836 Capling, Milton Lewis Private. Son of Henry Capling, Tavistock, Ontario. He enlisted at Kitchener April 18, 1916 with the 118th Battalion. He died July 27, 1917 from wounds received in action on July 25th. He is a brother of Mr. Ephraim Capling of Kitchener.1a

1aCapling, Milton Lewis: Grace Schmidt Room Digital Collection. (2016). Vitacollections.ca. Retrieved 21 May 2016, from http://vitacollections.ca/kpl-gsr/2825923/data?n=1 
Private Milton Lewis Capling
 
6837 I have attached the photo of Asa Wolverton. He was born in PA, July 4, 1803; came to Paris, ON with his family from Cayuga NY in 1823. He was a lumber merchant and a very, very wealthy man; in business with his younger brother Enos. Asa died in 1861. Juliet and Asa married in 1842 (still researching for more information) did not have children but I have researched that Juliet had a brother Wm who named his son Joseph Wolverton Capron. Her brother John named his son Joseph Wolverton Capron.

We are currently doing a complete historic restoration of Juliet and Asa's home which was built on the edge of the Grand River in Upper Village of Paris in 1851. It was a one bedroom house with a ballroom. We know that they took in the freed black slaves as well as the Irish families as servants....1a

1ahttps://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/CapronFamilyAssociation/conversations/messages/61 2014 
Joseph Wolverton Capron
 
6838 Lilly Laurene Bailey "at her residence at R. R. #2, Puslinch, on Monday evening, October 2, 1961, in her 70th year. Mrs. Bailey was born in Hastings County on Jan. 6, 1892, daughter of the late Chester Card and Margaret Fitzgibbons. She resided in Oshawa, prior to making her home at R. R. #2, Puslinch six years ago. She was a member of the United Church. Surviving are her husband; one son, Dalmain of Bowmanville; a daughter, "Dimny" (Mrs. A. H. Bott) of R. R. #2, Puslinch; four brothers, D. K. Card and Russell Card, both of Lake St. Peter; Nelson and Rex of Detroit; five sisters, Verna (Mrs. James Bailey) of R. R. #2, Puslinch; Winnifred (Mrs. Wilfred Campbell) of Lake St. Peter; Ethel (Mrs. Frank Wasmund) of Bancroft; Edith (Mrs. S. Carr) of Windsor; Eva (Mrs. Albert Carswell) of Oshawa; and four grandchildren. Service at the W. R. Coutts Funeral Home on Thursday at 2. Rev. Hugh Crozier of Whitby United Church officiated. Pallbearers: Charles and Robert Scott; Lome Jamieson, Alex Allan, Clayton Henderson, all of Galt; Thomas Day of Oshawa. Interment Memory Gardens, Breslau." Lilly Laurene Card
 
6839 W.D. Card, Barrister

Mr. Card is a rising young Canadian. He was born in 1870 in the town of St. Marys, Ontario and called to the Bar while yet in his minority, possessing in a high degree the qualities which go to make up the "legal light." Mr. Card began practice here in 1892 and has already gained a wide reputation in his well-chosen profession. His office is in the Imperial Block, South Water Street.1a

1aJubilee Souvenir of Galt, 1897 
William Draper Card
 
6840 Born in Guelph, Ontario, Dominic Cardillo - teacher, politician and man of the people - became a household name long before the City of Kitchener named a major ice hockey arena in his honour.

Cardillo worked as a secondary school teacher and coach from 1956 to 1965 at Kitchener Collegiate Institute, at Forest Heights Secondary School in 1964, and Laurel Vocational in 1968.

Cardillo ran successfully for Kitchener City Council in 1963, sponsored in part by a collection taken by his grade twelve students. He remained in office until his retirement in 1994. The longest-serving Mayor in Kitchener's history, Cardillo had many tributes awarded to him, including the naming of the Dom Cardillo Arena.

His service to the community was remarkable and included: director of the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs; president of Big Brothers; secretary of the Kitchener Minor Hockey Association; member of two hospital boards; and eighteen years as a Hydro Commissioner. He helped raise funds for many local civic projects and charitable causes.

Known to attend all functions to which he was invited, Cardillo had the ability to remember names of everyone he met. He tirelessly promoted his city and its reputation, taking a fastidious interest in the cleanliness of its streets. Also known for passing out pens and lapel pins promoting the City, he was once photographed giving out pens in a rice paddy in Japan.2a

1aWaterloo Region Hall of Fame 
Mayor Dominic Vincent Patrick Cardillo
 
6841 Years Served: 1963-1982, 1983-1994 (Mayor) Mayor Dominic Vincent Patrick Cardillo
 
6842 Gordon E. S. Leach is her Grand-Father Noella Kathleen Caren
 
6843 CAREY, Aloysius (Al)

Passed away, on Tuesday, June 9.1998, at K-W Health Centre of Grand River Hospital, age 87 years. Al was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes RC Church in Waterloo. He thoroughly enjoyed playing cards and peaknuckle with his many relatives and friends. Son of the late Ida and William Carey. Dear brother of William Carey of Kitchener and brother-in-law of Rita Carey of RR 2 Baden. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by brothers, James. Jerome, Herbert and George: sisters, Edith Schlueter, Marie Kurt and Marg Diebold. Al's family will receive friends at the Edward R. Good Funeral Home, 171 King St. S., Waterloo, on Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Vigil prayer service on Thursday evening, 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Prayers will be offered at the funeral home on Friday at 1:15 p.m. followed by the funeral mass at 2 p.m. at Our Lady of Lourdes RC Church, Rev. Edward Sheridan officiating. Interment will follow at Mount Hope Cemetery, Kitchener.

The Record 10 Jun 1998 pg B6 
Aloysius Albert "Al" Carey
 
6844 Military Service: Service Number: 603182 Age: 27 Force: Army Unit: Canadian Infantry (British Columbia Regiment) Division: 7th Bn Charles Edward Carey
 
6845 SCHLUETER, Mrs. Oscar (Edith) - Peacefully, on Saturday, Jan. 14, 1989, at St. Mary's Hospital, Kitchener, Edith Eileen Schlueter, of 105 Brown St. Wellesley. Edith was born in Waterloo Township, 65 years ago. She was a daughter of the late William Carey and the late Ida Reist. Edith was a member of St. Agatha RC Church; was also active in the Catholic Women's League of the church. She was also a member of the Wellesley Jolly Oldsters. Beloved wife of Oscar F. Schlueter of Wellesley, dear mother of Michael and his wife Beverly Schlueter of RR 1, Gadshill; dear sister of Herbert and his wife Rita Carey of RR 2, Baden, William and his wife Alice Carey of Kitchener, Jerome and his wife Marie Carey of Waterloo, Aloysius Carey of Waterloo, Margaret and her husband David Diebold of RR 3, Wellesley. Lovingly remembered by her grandchildren, Jason and Jennifer Schlueter. She was predeceased by one son, Patrick; two brothers, George and James; and one sister, Marie Kurt. Visitation at the Futher Bros. Funeral Home, 40 Henry St., Wellesley, where the family will receive friends on Sunday 7-9 pm and Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Prayers will be offered at the funeral home on Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 10 am followed by Mass of Christian Burial at St. Agatha RC Church at 10:30. Spring interment in the St. Agatha RC Cemetery.

Unidentified Newspaper Obituary 
Edith Eileen Carey
 
6846 Hazel came to live with the Halsteads after the death of her mother in 1893. Hazel Carey
 
6847 CAREY, Jerome

Peacefully, at his home, in Waterloo, surrounded by his family, on Saturday, March 14, 1998, age 84 years. Dear father of Barbara and her husband William Harnock of Kitchener, Ronald Carey and his fiancee Linda and John Carey and his wife Sharon, all of Waterloo; he is lovingly remembered by seven grandchildren, Karen and her husband Steve Buttons, Kevin Harnock and Theresa, Kelley and her husband Leighton Beyers, Trisha Carey, Tina and her husband Geoffrey Wittacker, Ryan and Shannon Carey; 11 great-grandchildren and two brothers, Bill Carey of Kitchener and Aloysius of Waterloo. He was predeceased by his wife, Marie (Ruchty) in 1995; three brothers, Herbert, Jim and George and three sisters, Edith Schlueter, Marg Diebold and Marie Kurt. Mr. Carey was a faithful member of St. Louis RC Church where he was an usher for over 50 years and was member of the Waterloo Knights of Columbus Council 5135. He was retired from Electrohome and St. Louis RC Church and School where he had worked as a custodian. Mr. Carey's family will receive friends at St. Louis Church Parish Hall (enter off Willow St.) today (Monday) from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral mass will be held at St. Louis RC Church on Tuesday at 10:30 a.m., with Rev. Robert Liddy officiating. Interment to follow in Parkview Cemetery, Waterloo. The parish prayer service will be held this evening (Monday) at 8:30 p.m. in the church hall.

The Record 16 Mar 1998 pg B3 
Jerome Carey
 
6848 DOUD, Ruth Louise

Passed away peacefully, Thursday, January 27, 2005, at St. Andrews Terrace, Cambridge, in her 80th year. Gone to be with her beloved husband Gerald (December 21, 2003), her son Brian Lee, her parents, Donald and Minetta Carey, sisters Dorothy Carswell, Isabelle Hilborn, Myrtle Bird, Kathleen Carey, brothers Sydney, David and Harry Carey. Will be sadly missed by her daughters, Sue (Robert) Fox and Judy Doud, her brother Robert (Lee) of Nova Scotia, grandchildren; David, Mandy, Karen, Nancy, great-grandchildren; Zachary, Charles, Tessa, Mikey, Willy and Laura. Memorial services will be conducted at St. Andrews Terrace, St. Andrews St., Cambridge on Thursday, February 3, 2005, at 7 p.m. At Ruth's request there will be no visitation and cremation has taken place.

The Record 29 Jan 2005 pg B7 
Ruth Louise Carey
 
6849 CARLAW, John A.(Jack) Peacefully, on Monday, Dec. 9, 1991, following a lengthy illness, John Carlaw, of Conestoga, age 68 years.

John was born in Arthur, Ont. and moved to Conestoga after serving in the RCAF. John operated a garage in Conestoga for five years and owned his own construction business for the past 35 years. John served on the Conestoga Volunteer Fire Department for 35 years, many of those as chief. He retired from the fire department in 1985.

He is survived by his wife, Donna (Schwindt), one son, John and one daughter, Shari both, at home. He was predeceased by his parents, Albert and Mabel of Arthur and his brother, Arnold.

THe family will receive friends at the Dreisinger Funeral home, Elmira, on Wednesday, from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. At noon on Thursday transfer will be made to St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Conestoga for funeral service at 2 p.m. with RRev. Everett A. Mossman officiating. Interment will be made in the adjoining cemetery.1a

1aThe Kitchener-Waterloo Record 10 Dec 1991  
John A. Carlaw
 
6850 Florence Carlyle, born in Galt, was a relative of British author Thomas Carlyle. She studied art in Paris under three distinguished French artists and in 1898 established studios at London and Woodstock, Ontario excelling in landscapes, domestic interiors and portraits.

Her paintings were exhibited at Paris in 1893, and at the Chicago World's Fair, where she was awarded a silver medal. She was a member of the Royal Canadian Academy and the Ontario Society of Artists.

In 1899 she moved to New York City where she opened a successful studio. During the World War I she did hospital work in England and sold paintings to aid the Red Cross Society. She exhibited at the Royal Academy, London, the Royal Canadian Academy of Art, the Art Association of Montreal, the Canadian National Exhibition, and the Pan-American Exhibition.

Her paintings hang in the National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario and the London, Hamilton and Woodstock galleries.

Carlyle died at Crowborough, Sussex, England at the age of 59.

Waterloo Region Hall of Fame

_______________________________


Florence Carlyle Born in Galt, Ontario, Florence Carlyle became a figure and portrait painter in modernist style and was known especially as a colorist. She was raised in Woodstock, Ontario where her father was the county Inspector of Schools. Sensing her art daughter's art talent, Florence's mother arranged for an art teacher from New York City to provide lessons in a studio specially set up to encourage her daughter's talents.

In 1890, Florence Carlyle, then age 26, went to Paris, France where she studied at the Academy Julian with William Bouguereau, Jules Lefebvre and Tony Robert-Fleury. In 1893, her work was exhibited at the Royal Academy, and three years later, she returned to Canada.

She had studios in London and Woodstock, and in 1897 became the first woman to be elected an Associate of the Royal Canadian Academy. In 1899, she established a studio in New York City.

The last twenty years of her life were lived in Crowborough, Sussex, England where she and a friend, Julie Hastings, bought an English cottage they called "Sweet Haws".

Florence Carlyle died at Crowborough, England on May 2, 1923. Her work is in the collection of the Woodstock Art Gallery, a museum in Woodstock, Ontario. 
Florence Carlyle
 
6851 Mrs. Elizabeth Ringler

PRESTON, July 11 — The death occurred at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kreig, Stewart St., of Mrs. Elizabeth Ringler yesterday. Mrs. Ringler, who was in her 88th year, had been ailing for some time. Born in Fullerton she lived there until she was eight years of age when she went to Wroxeter, living there until 17 years ago when she came to Preston. Her husband, Benjamin, predeceased her in December, 1943, as well as two sons, John, who was killed in 1918 during the First Great War, and Benjamin, who died in Galt in 1932. Eight sisters and one brother also predeceased her. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Charles Kreig of Preston, eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. She was of the Presbyterian faith. The deceased is resting at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, 508 Stewart St., from where the funeral will be held on Friday at 2:30 p.m., with interment in the Preston Cemetery.

Kitchener Daily Record 11 jul 1946 pg 19 
Elizabeth Carmichael
 
6852 CARMICHAEL, Garnet

Passed away peacefully, at Lisaard House on Tuesday, April 6, 2010, in his 86th year. Beloved husband of 65 years to Eunice (nee Rodger). Loving father of Larry and his wife Mona; Craig and his wife Wendy and Ellen and her husband Bernie Garant. Cherished grandfather of Tracy and Stephen; Christopher and Cari; Meredith; Melissa; Justin; Renee; Denise and Ron; Aline and Dave; Lise and John and Donna. Proud great-grandfather of Kyle, Emily, Sydnee, and Emerson. Dear brother of Margaret Jordan and Harvey and his wife Jean. Fondly remembered by his many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his son Jimmy. Garnet was a proud family man who would do anything for those he loved. Always seen as the Pied Piper, the children in the family, could always be seen smiling following him around, all of them laughing together. An active and passionate member of the Allan Reuter Centre, for over two decades. As president of the Centre, he saw to the creation of more social programs for other seniors in the area. An avid golfer, Garnet proudly shot his first hole-in-one, at the age of eighty. Cremation has taken place. Please join in a celebration of Garnet’s life to be held at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Road, Cambridge, on Saturday, April 10, 2010, from 1-3 p.m. The family will share memories at 3 p.m.

Waterloo Region Record 14 Apr 2010 
J. Garnet "Garnet" Carmichael
 
6853 J. .F. Carmichael, a distinguished educator, was born in Victoria County. He attended the Lindsay Collegiate Institute and on graduation from the Ottawa Normal School taught in several one-room schools before being appointed principal of Margaret Avenue School, Berlin, in 1905. He became principal of Suddaby School in 1910 and the first principal of Victoria School in 1912, where he remained until his retirement in 1937. The J.F. Carmichael School on Patricia Street was named in recognition of his outstanding contributions to elementary education.

In his teaching he particularly stressed character building and high ideals as desirable goals.

Carmichael also gave long and distinguished service to St. Andrew's Church in many areas. He served as a member of the Kitchener Public Library Board and as chairman of the Kitchener Public School Board.

In 1949, in recognition of his outstanding services to the Masonic Lodge, the Scottish Rite Association set up a Memorial Hospital Bed Fund to honour his memory.1a

1aWaterloo Region Hall of Fame

____________________

JOHN F. CARMICHAEL


John F. Carmichael, retired supervising principal of the Kitchener Public Schools, died on May 4th, 1949. He was born July 24th, 1866, at Woodville, Victoria County, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carmichael.

Mr. Carmichael, after attending the local public school, continued his education at the Lindsay Collegiate, and after graduation completed his standing at the Ottawa Normal School.
After a period of teaching at the school at Dickie Settlement near Galt, and at Hespeler, he accepted the principalship of Margaret Avenue School, Kitchener. At the death of the late Principal Jeremiah Suddaby he was appointed supervising principal of the city schools until his retirement in June, 1937.

He was subsequently elected to the Kitchener Public School Board and became its chairman. In tribute to him as an educator in the community, the Board named the J. F. Carmichael School after him.

He took an active part in the Ontario Educational Association affairs and of the Ontario Trustees' and Ratepayers' Association, and was recognized as among the leading educators of the province.

Mr. Carmichael was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, where he showed keen interest in all phases of church work, serving as an elder for a number of years. He identified himself with the Sunday School and with the instruction of adults in the Presbyterian faith.

He was well known in Masonic circles, being a life member of Grand River Lodge, A.F. & A.M., having served as Master and later as District Deputy Grand Master of Wellington District. He was a member of Kitchener Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, also a former Principal of Vallette Preceptory and Provincial Prior, having been honored last year as Knight Commander of the Temple. He was a member of the Royal City Lodge of Perfection and the Guelph Chapter of the Rose Croix.

He married Elizabeth B. Jackson who survives, with one daughter, Mrs. Orvan E. (Elva) Schneider, and four grandchildren.

Thirty-Seventh Annual Report of the Waterloo Historical Society 
John Fayden Carmichael
 
6854 Daughter of Thomas Cormody & Mary Callaghan Bridget Carmody
 
6855 CARNEY, Frank

At his residence, on Saturday, May 10, 1986, as the result of a heart attack, Frank Carney, of Waterloo, in his 64th year. Beloved husband of Lillian; father of Janice and Pat (Mrs. Greg Paleczny), both of Kitchener; Dave and his wife Chris of High River, Alta. and Tom of Kitchener; brother of Marguerite (Mrs. Peter Worden) of Cambridge. Also survived by grandchildren, Drew, Erin and Adam. He was predeceased by his first wife, Helen. Frank was employed with Bell Canada for 38 years and was a member of the Bell Pioneer Club. He was a volunteer with the Canadian Cancer Society, Meals on Wheels and Recreation on Wheels. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held at St. Anne's RC Church, 268 East Ave., Kitchener, on Wednesday, May 14, 1986 at 10 a.m.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 12 May 1986 pg D15 
Frank D. Carney
 
6856 Joseph Carney

PRESTON—Well-known Preston resident for the past 42 years, Joseph Francis Carney, 62, died at St. Mary's Hospital, Kitchener, Sunday. Until the time of his illness he was employed as foreman of the packing room of the Canadian Office and School Furniture, Preston. A member of St. Clement's RC Church he was also a member of the Holy Name Society. Surviving are his wife, Julia Pawelko; a daughter, Mrs. Peter (Marguerite) Worden of Preston, and a son, Frank, at home; and four grandchildren. The body is at the Stager-Pass Funeral Home until Wednesday when requiem high mass will be celebrated at St. Clement's Church at 10 a.m. Interment will be in the RC Cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 17 May 1954 pg 5 
Joseph Francis Carney
 
6857 WORDEN, Marguerite

Peacefully, surrounded by her family, on Tuesday, Dec. 8, 1998, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in her 79th year. Dearly loved wife of the late Peter Worden. Devoted mother of John (Mary Ann), Jennifer, Molly (Tom), Katherine (Faolan), Shelley, Joseph and Jeffrey (Susan): cherished grandmother of David, Charles, Andrew, Christopher, Catherine, Michael, Peter, Matthew and Jeremy. Dear sister of the late Frank Carney. Survived by sisters-in-law, Marie Rain and Lillian O'Connor, both ofToronto. Marguerite, a lifelong resident of Cambridge was a well known piano teacher, performer and an avid supporter of the arts. A life member of St. Clement's RC Church and the CM. A memorial funeral mass will he celebrated on Saturday, Dec. 12, 1998, at 10 a.m., at St. Clement's RC Church, 745 Duke Street, Cambridge. Cremation has taken place.

The Record 10 Dec 1998 pg B4 
Marguerite Carney
 
6858 ELMIRA - Mrs. John King, formerly of Elmira, died on Sunday at Jersey City, N.J. The former Edna Carnochan, she was a daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. Samuel Carnochan, Elmira, Surviving are her husband, her mother, two sisters, Mrs. Marie Manning and Mrs. Susan Goodwin, both of Kitchener. The body is at the Dreisinger Funeral Parlor, Elmira, where services will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. Interment will be in Elmira Cemetery. Rev. Walter McCleary will officiate.1a

1aElmira Signet 27 Sep 1956 
Edna P. Carnochan
 
6859 Samuel Carnochan - By Record Correspondent - ELMIRA, Oct. 30 - Samuel Carnochan, 86, of 2 Rate St., Elmira, died at the K-W Hospital-Saturday after a short illness. He was born in Hullett Township, Huron County. He attended Gale Presbyterian Church. Surviving are his widow, the former Annie Schmidt; one daughter, Mrs. John (Edna) King, of Corry Penn.; two step-daughters - Mrs. William (Ermina) Manning of Bridgeport and Mrs. Allan (Susan) Goodwin, of Kitchener; two, brothers, William of Linwood and John of Cranbrooke; one stepbrother, James of Listowel one sister, Mrs. Robert Boyd of. Seaforth, step-sisters, Mrs. William Wilson of Burks Falls, Mrs. John Hone of Listowel and William Gill of Ethel. One sister, Mrs. Adam McKay, and one step-son, Alex Widenhammer, pre-deceased him. The body is resting at the Dreisinger Funeral Parlor. Services will be held at the Dreisinger Funeral chapel tomorrow at ….

Unidentified Newspaper Obituary 
Samuel Carnochan
 
6860 Mrs. Herb Wenk

Mrs. Herb Wenk of Knoxville, Tennessee passed away June 13th. She was in her 63rd year. The former Eleanor Louise Carothers, she was born in northern Ontario, a daughter of the late Clarence Carothers and Janet Scott. The Carothers family resided on a farm on upper Stanley Street, Ayr, for several years. Surviving besides her husband are two children John Singler and Sandy Genjar, both of Michigan; two grandchildren; and three sis-ters, Mrs. Jim (Mary) Gordon of Kitchener, Mrs. Frank (Ruth) Cowing of Galt and Mrs. Maurice (Margaret) Hogg of Preston. Predeceased by a brother John Carothers. A memorial service will be held at the Wm. Kipp Funeral Home, Ayr, this Friday at 2 p.m. Interment Ayr Cemetery.

The Ayr News 19 Jun 1991 pg 14 
Eleanor Louise Carothers
 
6861 GORDON, Mary - Passed away peacefully on Sunday July 22, 2007 at St. Mary's Hospital in her 81st year. Beloved wife of the late Jim (2004). Cherished mother of Linda and her husband Wayne Bethune and James (Jim) and his wife Trisha all of Ayr, Cathy and her husband Derrick Arndt of Kitchener, Susan Bethune of Paris and Diane and her husband Art Drover of Preston. Mary was the loving grandmother of eight grandchildren and a very special great-grandmother to six great-grandchildren. She will be dearly missed by her sister Margaret and her husband Morris Hogg of Preston and brothers-in-law Frank Gowing of Galt and Herb Wenk of Tennessee. Predeceased by her sisters, Ruth Gowing, Eleanor Wenk and her brother John Carothers. Mary was a hairdresser in Ayr for over 36 years. A service to celebrate Mary's life will be held at the Henry Walser Funeral Home, 507 Frederick St., Kitchener, 519-749-8467 on Friday, July 27, 2007 at 11 a.m. Fr. Earl Talbot officiating. Reception to follow in the funeral home. Mary's committal service will be held in the Ayr cemetery following the reception. As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society ,the SickKids Foundation, Canadian Cancer Society or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario would be appreciated by the family (cards available at the funeral home). Visit www.henrywalser.com for Mary's memorial.

The Waterloo Region Record Jul 23 2007
 
Mary E. Carothers
 
6862 GOWING, Ruth Gertrude (nee Carothers) - Went home to be with the Lord, on Friday, May 4, 2007 at St. Andrews Terrace, Cambridge in her 78th year. Beloved wife of Frank for 58 years. Loving mother of Stephen and his wife Anne, Wendy and her husband Raoul Guenard, Tom and his wife Lynda, Susan and her husband Kris Munro, Victoria and her husband John McTavish, Mark and his wife Shirley. Cherished grandmother of 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Fondly remembered by her sisters, Mary Gordon, Margaret and her husband Morris Hogg. Predeceased by her brother, John and sister, Eleonor. Life-long member of Westside Bible Chapel. Co-owner and bookkeeper of Gowing Plumbing and Water Treatment, Galt. Friends will be received at Coutts Funeral Home & Cremation Centre , 96 St. Andrews Street Cambridge, on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held from Westside Bible Chapel, 143 Glenmorris Street, Galt on Tuesday, May 8, 2007 at 11 a.m. Interment Ayr Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations made to The Gideons would be appreciated by the family.

The Waterloo Region Record May 7 2007
 
Ruth Gertrude Carothers
 
6863 Carpenter, John. Private. Enlisted in Galt, February 1, 1916 with the 11th Battalion. He was born in England and his next of kin is Mrs. Alice Maud Carpenter, Ayr, Ontario.1a

1aCarpenter, John: Grace Schmidt Room Digital Collection. (2016). Vitacollections.ca. Retrieved 21 May 2016, from http://vitacollections.ca/kpl-gsr/2888110/data?n=1 
John Carpenter
 
6864 CLAYFIELD, Lillian Edith - Passed away, on Tuesday, April 30, 2002 at K-W Health Centre of Grand River Hospital, age 86 years. Mrs. Clayfield was a member of All Saints Anglican Church, teaching Sunday School for over 25 years and an active participant and volunteer at the Waterloo Adult Recreation Centre. Wife of the late William John Clayfield. Beloved mother of Gerald of Waterloo, William and wife Helen of Waterloo, Karen Stuebing and husband Larry, Judith Miles and husband Ken, Brian and wife Barbara, all of Kitchener, Kenneth and wife Sharon of Kingston, Keith and wife Teresa of Waterloo. Also survived by 17 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren and a son-in-law, Patrick Murphy. Will be sadly missed by family and friends. Predeceased by a daughter, Beverly Anne Murphy; a son, David, in infancy; brothers, Frank and Russell. Mrs. Clayfield's family will receive friends at the Edward R. Good Funeral Home, 171 King St. S., Waterloo this evening (Wednesday) 7-9 p.m. and Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service on Friday at 11 a.m. at All Saints Anglican Church, 685 Highpoint Ave., Waterloo with Canon Robin Lyons officiating. Interment will follow in Parkview Cemetery, Waterloo. Donations to All Saints Anglican Church Sunday School would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy and can be arranged by calling the funeral home 745-8445 or www.edwardrgood.com1a

1aThe Record 1 May 2002 
Lillian Edith Carpenter
 
6865 Maurice Carr

Maurice A. (Mac) Carr, 56 of 101 Bruce St., died yesterday, in South Waterloo Memorial Hospital. Galt. Born at Logansport, Ind., Mr. Carr lived in Kitchener one year, prior to his death. He resided in Preston 12 years, before moving to Kitchener. A safety engineer, he was a member of St John's Anglican Church, Preston, and of the IOOF and Rebekah Lodges in Preston. He served with the RCAF during the Second World War. He is survived by his wife, Pearl. The body is at the Stager-Barthel Funeral Home. The funeral will be conducted, Wednesday, at p.m., at St. John's Anglican church by Rev. R. T. Appleyard. Burial will be in the Preston cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 11 Apr 1960 pg 7 
Maurice A. "Mac" Carr
 
6866 CARREIRO, Constantina

Peacefully, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2002, at the age of 92. Born in St. Miguel, Azores, Portugal. Loving wife of the late Jose DaCosta. Dear mother of Armando Da Costa and his wife Beldina of Cambridge. Constantina will be sadly missed by five grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Constantina was predeceased by her daughter, Lurdes DaCosta. Resting at the Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas St., Cambridge, where the family will receive friends on Monday, Sept. 23, 2002 (today) from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A Parish Rosary will be recited this evening (Monday) at 8:30 p.m. A Mass of Christian burial, will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2002, at 10 a.m. from Our Lady of Fatima RC Church.

The Record 23 Sep 2002 pg B7 
Constantina Carreiro
 
6867 CARRIERE, Dale

In loving memory of Dale Carriere, 63 years, who passed away in Killarney on Tuesday, October 30, 2007. Beloved father of Debbie-Lynn Ralston (Scott) of Kitchener, Donna Shaw (Tony) of Florida and Dale Jr. of Toronto. Loving grandfather of Terrence and Devon Shaw and Parker Ralston. Dear nephew of Maude McNabb of Killarney and cousin of Ann Roque of Killarney. A memorial service will be held at the St. Bonaventure Church, Killarney on Saturday, November 3, 2007 (today) at 1:30 p.m. Cremation with interment of ashes at Parklawn Cemetery on Monday, November 5, 2007, at 2 p.m.

The Record 3 Nov 2007 pg B7 
Dale Carreiro
 
6868 AMARAL, Ilda

Passed away peacefully at Lisaard House on Sunday, March 8, 2015, at the age of 68, surrounded by her family. Devoted and loving wife of Aires Amaral of Cambridge. Dear mother to Eusebio Amaral and Nelson Amaral. Loving grandmother of Ronin J. Amaral and Locke N. Amaral. Also survived by her mother Alexandrina Carreiro, her sister Noemia Correia, both of Sao Miguel, Azores; her brothers, Serafim Carreiro of North Bay, and Joao Carriero of Somerset, Massachusetts. In addition, she is survived by many cousins, nieces, nephews, and their respective families. She was predeceased by her late father, Alfredo Carreiro. Visitation will be held at Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Road, Cambridge, Ontario, N3H 3J8, on March 11th from 7-9 p.m. and on March 12th from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Funeral services will then take place on March 13, 2015, at 11:00 a.m., at St. Clement's Church, located at 745 Duke Street, Cambridge, N3H 3T7. Interment to follow at Park Lawn Cemetery, Cambridge.

Canbridge Times 10 Mar 2015 
Iida Carreiro
 
6869 Carreiro, Jose Furtado

Peacefully, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Sunday February 15, 2009, at the age of 76. Jose will be missed by his brothers; Daniel and his wife Romana and Manuel and his wife Ruth-Anne as well as his nieces and nephew; Colleen, Danny, Darlene, Cythnia, Gloria, Jennifer, Manuel and Lucy. Mass of Christian Burial, will be celebrated at Our Lady of Fatima R. C. Church, Elgin St. S., Cambridge, on Thursday, February 19, 2009, at 10 a.m. Interment will follow at Parklawn Cemetery.

Unknown Paper 
Jose Furtado Carreiro
 
6870 CARREIRO, Jose Oliveira

At Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2002, in his 76th year. Mr. Carreiro, was born on March 10, 1926, in Sao Miguel, Azores. He leaves his wife, Laura Carreiro; his children, John Carreiro and his wife Lurdes, Gloria Furtado and her husband Orlando and Jimmy Carreiro, all of Cambridge. He also leaves his grandchildren, Stephen and Chrissy Carreiro, Christina, Stephanie and Victoria Furtado and one sister, Rosaria Rodrigues of Cambridge. He was predeceased by his parents, Antonio and Gloria Carreiro and his brothers, Francisco and Cristiano and his sisters, Encarnacao and Margarida. Resting at the Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas St., Cambridge, where the family will receive friends today (Monday) and Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass will take place at Our Lady of Fatima RC Church on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2002, at 11 a.m. Interment Parklawn Cemetery. Rosary will be recited at the funeral home on Tuesday evening, at 8 p.m.

The Record 11 Feb 2002 pg B7 
Jose Oliveiro Carreiro
 
6871 Died In Galt, on Friday, October 6th, 1916 at 3.30 o'clock a.m. Christie Carrick Widow of the late John McAuslan The Funeral Will take place from her late residence, 91 Water Street,S., on Monday afternoon, October 9th, at 2 o'clock, to Mount View Cemetery. Kindly Omit Flowers.

City of Cambridge Archives Funeral Card Collection 
Christie Carrick
 
6872 PICKLED QUINCES


Quinces, sugar, vinegar, one teaspoonful whole cinnamon, one teaspoonful cloves, one teaspoonful mace. Peel and core the quinces. If small cut into quarters, if large into eighths. Weigh the pared fruit and take sugar in the proportion of three-fourths pound to every pound of fruit. Arrange the quinces and sugar in alternate layers in a preserving kettle and bring them slowly to a boil. To every five pounds of fruit and sugar together allow a cupful of strong vinegar and a teaspoonful of cinnamon and cloves and mace. When the syrup boils add spices and vinegar, and boil six minutes. With a split spoon remove the fruit and spread no flat dishes, leaving the syrup to boil until it thickens. Pack air-tight glass jars with the fruit, fill to overflowing with the boiling syrup and screw the tops on tightly. Pears, peaches, plums, crab apples are all good pickled according to the above recipe. 
Christie Carrick
 
6873 Jesse Carrick - SAD ACCIDENT - A very melancholy accident happened in North Dumfries on Saturday morning last, whereby a young child of Mr. Robert Carrick, of North Dumfries, about three years of age, received such injuries that its life is despaired of. The mother, it appears, had just taken a pot of boiling water off the stove and had set it on the floor, when the little thing lifter the steamer off the top of the pot, and in turning sharp round struck the stove with the steamer, throwing her off her balance, and causing her to fall in a sitting position into the water. The poor little thing was terribly scalded, convulsions setting in directly; and from present appearances the doctor in attendance has but small hopes of her recovery. -Since the above was written we regret to learn that the hopes at one time entertained of the little sufferer's recovery, have not been realized, and that she passed to her rest on Wednesday evening last. The funeral will take place to-day, (Friday), at 1 o'clock. The parents will have the sympathy of the entire community in their saddening bereavement.

Galt Reporter - 7 Apr 1882 
Jesse Carrick
 
6874 Mrs. J. A. Gillespie Passes In 67th Year

One of the district's most respected citizens, Mrs. J. Albert Gillespie died at her home, South Dumfries, on Saturday, following an illness of several weeks. She was 66 years of age.

Born Mary Carrick at "Cedar Nook Farm" on the Roseville Road, North Dumfries, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Carrick. Following her marriage, 41 years ago, she came to "Richmond Place" farm, where she resided until her death.

Mrs. Gillespie was active in community and church work, being a member of Knox United Church and a life member of the Kate M. Thomson Auxiliary. She also took a leading part in the activities of the Blenheim Dumfries Farm Women's Club.

Surviving, besides her husband, are three sons, Robert J. of Windsor, George T., North Dumfries, and Hugh C., at home, and a daughter, Jennette, at home. Two sisters, Miss Margaret L. Carrick, Banff, B.C., and Mrs. George P. Moore (Nettie), North Dumfries, also survive. There are six grandchildren.

The Funeral

The funeral, which was largely attended, was held from her late residence on Tuesday afternoon, with service conducted by Rev. W. D. Goodger, assisted by Rev. J. W. Currie. Interment was made in Ayr Cemetery. The pallbearers were all nephews, Donald Moore, John D. Moore, Robert E. Ford, John Gillespie, Cameron Edgar and Sherwood Taylor. Bearing the profusion of flowers were six neighbors: Alden Cochrane, Roland Maeder, Clifford Faus, Peter Gourlay, John Easton and John A. Manson.

During the service Mrs. Norman R. Morton and R. A. McRuer sang, "The Lord's My Shepherd," accompanied by Mrs. R. A. McRuer.


The Ayr News May 29 1952 pg 1 
Mary Carrick
 
6875 Mrs. George P. Moore of RR 4, Galt, passed away at the Golden Years Nursing Home, Preston, on Monday, December 29th. The former Nettie Carrie, she was born at Cedar Nook Farm on Roseville Road, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1. Carrick. She had been a lifelong resident of the area. Mrs. Moore was a member of Central Presbyterian Church, Cambridge; the Women's Missionary Society; past president and honourary life member of Central Dumfries Women's Institute; past president and honourary life member of Waterloo South District Women's Institute; and honourary director of Cambridge Fair. Predeceased by her husband George P. Moore in 1962. Survived by two sons John and Donald of RR 4, Galt; three daughters Mrs. Robinson (Elizabeth) Thompson of Belmont, Mrs. Gordon (Roberta) Herdman of Richmond, B.C., Mrs. Nelson (Evelyn) Campbell of Niagara-on-the-Lake; also 12 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral and committal services were held Friday at Little's Funeral Home, Galt. Interment in Cedar Creek Cemetery.

The Ayr News 7 Jan 1981 pg 9 
Nettie Carrick
 
6876 1851 - Robert Carrick was in same household as Alexdr. Scrinniger. Robert Carrick
 
6877 MEINZINGER, Margery L.

On Tuesday, Dec. 7, 1993, at K-W Hospital, age 78 years, of Kitchener. Daughter of the late, George and Bertha Carrivick. Wife of Louis Meinzinger: mother of David and his wife Katherine of Orleans, Ont.. Patricia Lewis and her husband Terry, Ken and his wife Huguette, all of Kitchener, grandmother of David, Alister, Helen, Kenny, Chris and Mark Meinzinger, David and Terry Lewis: great-grandmother of Cheri, Jeffrey and Cohn Lewis and Thalia Barclay. Mrs. Meinzinger's family will receive friends at the Edward R. Good Funeral Home, 171 King St. S., Waterloo, this evening (Wednesday) from 7-9 p.m. and Thursday, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral services will be held Friday, at 11 a.m., in the funeral home chapel, Rev. Robert Schroeder of St. John's Anglican Church, officiating. Interment Woodland Cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 8 Dec 1993 pg A11 
Margery Lillian Carrivick
 
6878 Mrs. Levi Stein

Last Sunday morning, Dec. 15th, death claimed the beloved wife of Mr. Levi Stein. Deceased moved to Elmira with her husband and daughter about 17 years ago. Although suffering with a chronic ailment, she was able to be about and attend to her household duties most of the time until several weeks ago, when her condition became worse and the services of a professional nurse were required. She leaves a sorrowing husband and an invalided daughter to mourn their great loss. She was laid to rest in the Elmira Union Cemetery. The funeral was conducted by Rev. P. Webster. A short but impressive service was held in the Methodist church. Rev Webster spoke on the test: "She hath done what she could." His theme was "The Immortality of Good Work." He spoke very feelingly of the help he personally had received from Mrs. Stein's life, saying it was a tonic to visit at her home. The sympathy of the community is extended to the sorrowing husband and the daughter.1a

1aElmira Signet 19 Dec 1918 
Annie Carroll
 
6879 1871 - John Carroll is staying with William Oliver. John Carroll
 
6880 THE LATE LEVI KARL

A Few Interesting Notes on His Life

Doubtful Whether He Was 100 Years Old

The News-Record is indebted to Mr. Bachman for the following interesting reminiscences of the history of Levi Karl, the colored gentleman who died at the House of Industry on Thursday Last. Though generally reported to be a centenarian, Mr. Bachman stated that the figures of history would hardly bear out this statement, according to narratives related by Karl himself about his boyhood days. He was born in slavery and stated he remembered quite distinctly when the British, under Rear Admiral Cockburn, worsted the Americans, and advanced upon Washington. He relates the fact of being carried away by his master and hidden away in a large storehouse to escape from the British. As he was only about 5 or 6 years old at the time, he could hardly have reached the century mark. About 60 years ago he first came into this vicinity and was engaged by a Weaver family, who presented him with the land near the High School, on which he lived for many years. After the death of his wife, about 8 years ago, he became involved in difficulties, and for some years was an inmate of the Poor House, his step-daughter and her son being also committed. A son of Karl's, a sailor, met his death on Lake Erie, during a gale and shipwreck many years ago.1a

1aNew Record 17 jul 1897 pg 1

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Mr. Levi Carroll, of Greenbush, declares he is 102 years old, and has lived 53 years in Canada. He was born in slavery, and on making his escape came to this locality where he has ever since been a quiet and respected citizen. He has lived for many years in an old building which has the honor of being the first school house in Waterloo County.2a

2aThe Qu'Appelle Progress 29 Nov 1894
________________

Levi Carroll was an ex-slave who had escaped and came to Kitchener. He lived in the log house that had originally been Waterloo's first school. This log house preserved is now located in Waterloo Park. Buried in an unmarked grave in the House of Industry and Refuge cemetery on Victoria Street, Kitchener. 
Levi Carroll
 
6881 Life-Long Resident of the District Passes in Her 83rd Year

The death occurred in Galt Hospital at 4.10 p.m. Saturday of Mrs. Henry Elliott, in her 83rd year. The late Mrs. Elliott, who was a native and life-long resident of this district, was taken to Galt Hospital about a week ago after an illness of several days. Her maiden name was Mary Ann Carroll and her husband predeceased her five years ago. Prior to coming to Ayr about ten years ago, the Elliotts had lived at Greenfield, where Mr. Elliott was employed at the Goldie mill. Mrs. Elliott took an active interest in the affairs of Knox United Church where she was a valued member. Besides belonging to the Ladies' Aid and Women's Missionary Society of the church, she was interested in the Ayr Women's Institute and the Ayr Women's Hospital Aid Society. Of a kindly, helpful disposition, she was highly esteemed by many friends and neighbors. She was the last surviving member of her family.

The Funeral.

The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon from her late residence, Water street, to the Ayr Cemetery. There was a large attendance of old friends and neighbors, and there were many beautiful floral tributes. Rev. J. W. Currie conducted the services, and the pallbearers were: A. G. Watson, Wm. Manson, A. M. Rice, J. W. Currie, Wm. T. Edgar and And. G. Laurie. Among those present from out-of-town were: Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Scott and Miss Nettie Doughty, Caledonia; a nephew, John Anderson, Welland; Mrs. Filsinger and daughter, Goderich; David J. Hall, Peterborough; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Waybrant, daughter, Alberta, and son, Neal, Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. Will Elliott, Jarvis; Mrs. Robert Taylor and Mrs. James Patterson, Cleveland.

The Ayr News Oct 6 1938 pg 8 
Mary Ann Carroll
 
6882 1871 - Nancy Carroll is staying with John Aitchison. Nancy Carroll
 
6883 CARROLL, Stanley Norman (Stan) - Passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on Thursday June 19, 2008 at K-W Health Centre of the Grand River Hospital, Kitchener. Stan was a resident of Morningside Village, New Hamburg. He was born 84 years ago in Windsor a son of the late Charles and Rosina (Mosley) Carroll. Stan had served overseas during the Second World War with the 7th Reconnaissance Regiment in Belgium, Holland and Germany. Following the War, he served with the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1949 to 1967 as an aero engine mechanic. Stan was retired after 22 years with the Victoria County Board of Education having taught high school in Uxbridge, Ajax and Fenelon Falls. He was the former Reeve of Fenelon Falls. Stan enjoyed compiling his memoirs entitled "Best Foot Forward" with local writer Nancy Silcox. He wintered for many years in Florida, was active in the Morningside Community, a faithful Blue Jays fan, and enjoyed tennis, bridge and gardening. Beloved husband of Lucille (nee Dempster) Carroll whom he married August 24, 1991. Loving father and grandfather of Brad and Cara (Braeden, Damon, Tevin) of Calgary, Keith and Kathy (Shawn, Shannon) of Orangeville, and Lois and Jack Stanton (Olivia, Grace) of Mississauga. Also remembered by daughter-in-law, Shelagh Carroll and Brian Logan (Kathleen and Anik) of Uxbridge. Lovingly remembered by Lucille's family, Doug and Isabel Dempster (Baillie, Cameron) of Seattle, Wash., Bonnie and John Tadej of Mississauga, and Tim and Suzanne Dempster (MacKenzie, Mariah, Madison) of Sudbury. Also remembered by sisters Ida Brueggeman of Michigan, Dorothy Graham of Windsor, Kathleen Gardiner of Michigan, Lorna Carroll of Vancouver and by sisters-in-law, Marjorie Carroll of Michigan, Aileen Carroll of Toronto, and Joyce and Bill Oxford of Midland. Stan was predeceased by his first wife Shirley Frances Fenton on October 23, 1990, son David Carroll in 1980, by brothers and sisters Charles, Rose, Florence, Gordon, Ronald and by brothers-in-law Bob Peterson, Clarence Brueggeman, Mike Graham, Ralph Gardiner and Bob & Sylvia Fenton. According to Stan's wishes cremation has taken place. Friends and relatives are invited to Mark Jutzi Funeral Home , 291 Huron St., New Hamburg on Monday June 23, 2008 for visitation from 1 p.m. until the memorial service at 2 p.m. with Pastor Robert Thaler and Pastor Syd Hills officiating. Reception to follow at Morningside Village. Burial of cremated remains in Fenelon Falls at a later date. As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the War Amps (Kids) or the Grand River Regional Cancer Centre by contacting the funeral home at 519-662-1661.1a

1aThe Waterloo Region Record - Jun. 20, 2008 
Stanley Norman Carroll
 
6884 DEATH OF MRS. WOOD

The death occurred in Toronto on Thursday morning of Jean Carruthers, widow of the late John Wood, after an illness of some seven weeks of heart trouble. Mrs. Wood was born in Ayr, being a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carruthers. She is survived by the following sisters and brother; Mrs. Joseph Wismer, Ayr; Mrs. James Elliott, Toronto; Mrs. Joseph Faus, Jr., and John Carruthers.

Ayr News 22 May 1941 pf 8 
Jane "Jennie" "Jean" Carruthers
 
6885 Bierwagen, Mrs. Charles (Louise) - At her residence, 247 Franklin Street, formerly of Bridgeport, Saturday, April 24, 1976 after a lengthy illness, 89 years of age. A member of St. Paul's Lutheran church, (Bridgeport Road), the Bridgeport Women's Institute and the Lutheran Church Women. Mother of Dorothy (Mrs. Charles Sawyer) of Owen Sound, Hilda (Mrs. Ed Pfeffer) of Kitchener, and Dell (Mrs. Harold Schaefer) of Elmira. Sister of Mrs. Nettie Robinson of Fort Erie. Also surviving are four grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by her husband Carl (Charles) Bierwagen, four brothers and one sister. Resting at the Schreiter-Sandrock Funeral Home, Benton and Church Sts. where Rev. Ralph Huras of St. Paul's Lutheran Church will officiate the funeral service, Tuesday at 2 p.m. Internment Memorial cemetery (Bridgeport).

Kitchener-Waterloo Record, April 26, 1976 
Louisa Carruthers
 
6886 Died At her residence in South Dumfries, on Sunday, November 16, 1947 Nettie Carruthers Beloved wife of Joseph Faus, Jr., in her 65th year. The Funeral Will be held from the Cumming Funeral Home, Paris, on Thursday, November 20. Service at 2 p.m. Interment in Ayr Cemetery. Friends and acquaintances will please accept this intimation

Waterloo Historical Society Death Notices Collection - photocopies

_________________________

Mrs. Joseph Faus, Jr.

The death occurred at her residence in South Dumfries township on Sunday of Nettie Carruthers, beloved wife of Joseph Faus, Jr., in her 65th year.

Mrs. Faus was born in Ayr, being a daughter of the late Robert Carutthers and Elizabeth Sherman. Here she resided until her marriage to Mr. Faus 37 years ago, when she removed, with her husband, to South Dumfries.

Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, William, Brantford and Emerson, at home; a sister, Mrs. James Elliott, Toronto, and a brother, John Carruthers, South Dumfries.

The funeral will take place from the Cumming Funeral Home, Paris, this (Thursday) afternoon at two o'clock to the Ayr Cemetery.

The Ayr News Nov 20 1947 pg 1 
Nettie Carruthers
 
6887 ...Unfortunately Mr. Bryant's principalship of the school was doomed to be very brief. An infirmity, deafness, which had been gradually creeping upon him, so interfered with his duties as to make it absolutely necessary for him to withdraw from the position and from the profession, and so, to the great regret of the school and the public, he retired in 1884, after three years of splendid work. Mr. Carscadden, M. A., who had been English Master of the school during Mr. Bryant's time, was appointed to succeed him, and from that year, 1884, to the present, Mr. Carscadden has guided the destinies of the Old St. Andrew's Church. Collegiate, maintaining for it that high character which it has held through half a century. It only remains to state that much of the success which the school has attained is undoubtedly due to the able support of the citizens and of the trustees, who have always given the school their best services and support, and have sought by every legitimate means to maintain the high position so long held by this, probably the most unique institution in secondary education in the Province of Ontario...1a

1aGalt Collegiate Institute Semi-Centennial and Tassie Old Boys' Re-Union, Galt, 1902 
Thomas Carscadden
 
6888 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. David Edward Carse
 
6889 Alderson Carson

Alderson Carson of 102 Young St. died at his home Sunday following a lengthy illness. He was 71. Born in Hespeler, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Carson and had lived in Kitchener for the past 47 years. He was employed as a shoe cutter by the Woelfle Shoe Co. until his retirement in 1966. He was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Arthur (Irene) Grieve of Buffalo, N.Y. The body is at the Ratz-Bechtel Funeral Home where the funeral service will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. with Very Rev. Finlay G. Stewart officiating. Burial will be in the Preston Park Lawn cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 8 Sep 1970 pg 24
 
Alderson Carson
 
6890 moved to Whitby, Ontario Dr. George A. Carson
 
6891 Mrs. Annie Fulton Murray died suddenly in Toronto Saturday, February 1st. Born in Glen Morris, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carswell, she was in her 88th year. From the time of her marriage until 1946 she had resided at RR 3, Ayr. She was a life-long member of Glen Morris United Church; a Life member of the United Church Women; and member of the Glen Morris Women's Institute. Surviving are her family Mrs. P. A. (Isabel) McCrea, RR 1, St. George; Mrs. L. G. (Kathleen) Weber, Toronto; and James F. Murray, RR 3, Ayr; two sisters Miss Mary and Miss Katie Carswell, Glen Morris. Also surviving are nine grandchildren. Her husband John Murray predeceased her in 1927. Funeral service was conducted by Dr. Stephen J. Mathers Tuesday February 4th, at Glen Morris United Church. Interment in Ayr cemetery. The pallbearers were Paul Murray, Mark Weber, Murray McCrea, Alan Hair, Donald Gray and Jamie Bethune.


The Ayr News Feb 13 1975 pg 5 
Annie Fulton Carswell
 
6892 Kate's story was somewhat unusual: her father Thomas died just before she was born (1890). She was a wonderful storyteller, a writer of funny poems, and also a bit of a practical joker.1a

1aEmail Anne White 2012

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Interview with Miss Kate Carswell conducted on 15 June 1978.

Miss Carswell now resides at the John Noble Home in Brantford. Previous to her move there she lived in Glen Morris She came from a large family and was involved in many community activities including the Women's Institute.

Interview

Interviewer: Were you born in Glen Morris?

Miss Carswell: Yes, I was born in Glen Morris in 1890. My sister and brother and I were born there. The others were born elsewhere. I was from a big family, my brothers worked for farmers and my sisters and I worked doing housework. I went to Galt in 1909, so Glen Morris was my early life.

Interviewer: Could you describe what the village was like in your early days?

Miss Carswell: it was a busy little place at one time. There was a cheese factory, a woollen mill, a saw mill, two blacksmith's shops, a wagon shop and of course a store. There was a frame store that got burned in my day. They had a tailor's shop in there with several people making mens' clothes. There was a hotel where the library is now. That's where they have the good reading books and very old books too.

Interviewer: I've heard some controversy over the spelling of the name "Glen Morris". Could you tell me something about that?

Miss Carswell: Before Glen Morris was Glen Morris it was known as Middleton and then as Dawson's Bridge. And this Glen Morris business being spelled in two words is the funny part of it. There was a gentleman who lived in Galt who wrote a book. His name was the Honorable James Young. It says in the book that he wrote that it was supposed to be spelled as one word. There was quite an argument about that. When we went to school it was always spelled as two words and you would think that if it was supposed to be spelled as one word the teachers would have made us do it that way. In later years my sister wrote to our nephew who was then in parliament to see what it was in Ottawa, so he had his secretary look it up and she found it as two words. As you know Glen Morris was named after a Mr. Morris who was a postmaster at one time and you would think that anybody's name would not be spelled with a small letter. I do have one record that supports the idea of spelling it as one word and that is in a family Bible. My grandmother had this family Bible and the date in it is 18?9. In it she had "Mrs. Carswil, Glenmorris", one word. So at one time it may have been spelled as one word, but we knew nothing about it. Mrs Hester Walker, as curator of the Tweedsmuir History asked about it and they said that it did not matter as to how it was spelled but it mattered to us.

Interviewer: So you moved to Galt and worked there?

Miss Carswell: No, I lived in Galt but my home was always in Glen Morris. I worked at a doctor's house there and I stayed there for 27 ½ years. I did a lot of things there and then I went to work at the silt mills. I rode back and forth, still living at home.

Interviewer: Could you tell me a little bit about the schools that you attended?

Miss Carswell: I know we had an inspector who came around and gave us a half day holiday once in a while. This was at the old school where the Scouts and Guides have there camp now. I don't think that, it went too higher grades than grade eight. When I passed entrance I wasn't going to go on so then I took one more year called Public School Leaving. If anyone wanted to go to High School they would have to go to Galt.

Interviewer: I understand that you were involved in the United Church in Glen Morris?

Miss Carswell: Yes, I always went there. My sister played the organ there for fifty years, believe it or not. She played in 1902 and 1903 and then she went to Galt to work. Then she came home to stay with mother and they kept asking her year after year to play the church organ. She just loved it. I was in the choir at the church. My father came to Glen Morris as "precenter". We still have the tuning fork that he used.

Interviewer: Were you involved in Women's Institute, Miss Carswell?

Miss Carswell: No, not a great deal. I was away a good bit of the time working. I was involved more with it later on though. My sister Mary and I did quite a bit of work on the Tweedsmuir Books.

Interviewer: Did you belong to any other organizations?

Miss Carswell: I was secretary of the United Church Women's Association for twelve years. I belonged to the afternoon group. Let me tell you a little story. We were up at Harknesses one afternoon for a meeting and Mrs. Moore was the guest speaker. Well she was doing her talk and all of a sudden "Katie" fell asleep. So I put in the records "that due to the lulling voice of the guest speaker the secretary went to sleep. She admits that she missed out on some of the important things for which she is truly sorry. That's right in the book. I don't think that anyone else would have put it in.

Interviewer: What was transportation like from Glen Morris to the larger centres?

Miss Carswell: There was a trolley that went from Glen Morris to Galt. In the first place it was the Grand Valley Railroad and it came up through from Paris and cut through some good farmland. Later they put the Lake Erie and Northern Railroad through the bush. The trolley consisted of one car and most people used this in the time of the Grand Valley when few people had cars.

Interviewer: What kind of entertainment was available to you when you were younger?

Miss Carswell:
Well, there were strawberry socials that were held on the Manse lawn. A young gentleman would come up and take the young ladies to the table where they would eat their ice cream and strawberries or whatever and then the band from Paris would play and the couples would stroll around the lawn.

Interviewer: What about dances?

Miss Carswell: Oh yes there were dances too, but that is something I was not very good: at so I'm not a good one to talk about it with. My sister Mary was a lovely dancer. They did love to dance and there were a lot of them around. They really looked nice. They were so smooth and they would just slide over the floor.

We also had concerts. There was one time we had the church annual supper in the hall. We had to wait on each others tables. There were so many people that we had to have three sittings. They would come from all over the surrounding area. After supper they would have the program including recitations, plays and singing.

We had Christmas Concerts at school too. All the children would take part. I had a good memory and I was a fairly good poet. My mother was related to the Stevenson's and some said that we were related to Robert Louis Stevenson, so maybe I inherited his talent.

We were quite a musical family. There were four bass and the rest of us fit in and we made quite a sound. We had a good time on our own.2a

2aOurBrant.wikia.com 2012 
Kate T. Carswell
 
6893 Interviewer: I understand that you were involved in the United Church in Glen Morris?

Miss Carswell: Yes, I always went there. My sister played the organ there for fifty years, believe it or not. She played in 1902 and 1903 and then she went to Galt to work. Then she came home to stay with mother and they kept asking her year after year to play the church organ. She just loved it. I was in the choir at the church. My father came to Glen Morris as "precenter". We still have the tuning fork that he used.2a

2aOurBrant.wikia.com 2012 
Mary Carswell
 
6894 BROWN, Mary Stewart - At Queen's Square Terrace, on Monday, May 21, 2001, in her 90th year. Mary Brown is the beloved wife of the late Albert t. Brown (1991). Dear mother of Thomas Brown and his wife Donna of Cambridge and David Brown and his wife Marcela of Toronto; loved grandmother of Edward, James and Albert; dear sister of Dodi Hoy of Calgary. She was predeceased by one sister, Alexandra Henderson. Mrs. Brown was a lifelong member of Central Presbyterian Church where she had been active with the Flower Guild, the Senior Choir and the Catherine Nairn Circle. She was formerly a volunteer for the Carol Currier Residence. A private family service will be conducted in the chapel of Coutts & Son Funeral Home, 96 St. Andrews St., Cambridge. Interment will follow in Mount View Cemetery. The family will receive friends at Queen's Square Terrace, 10 Melville St. N., Cambridge for a period of refreshments and fellowship from 2-4 pm Friday, May 25, 2001. As expressions of sympathy, donations may be made to the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario.

Cambridge Reporter May 2001 
Mary Allison Stewart Carswell
 
6895 Interviewer: I understand that you were involved in the United Church in Glen Morris?

Miss Carswell: Yes, I always went there. My sister played the organ there for fifty years, believe it or not. She played in 1902 and 1903 and then she went to Galt to work. Then she came home to stay with mother and they kept asking her year after year to play the church organ. She just loved it. I was in the choir at the church. My father came to Glen Morris as "precenter". We still have the tuning fork that he used.2a

2aOurBrant.wikia.com 2012 
Thomas Carswell
 
6896 Mrs. Henry (Harry) Sullivan

PRESTON — Mrs. Henry (Harry) Sullivan, 456 Waterloo St. S., Preston, died Saturday at South Waterloo Hospital, Galt. Mrs. Sullivan was the former Ada Caroline Carter and was born at Waubaushene. She lived in Cochrane for a short time and had resided in Preston for 45 years. She was a member of St. John's Anglican Church and a charter member of the IODE at Waubaushene and was a member of the local Victorian Order of Nurses board. She was also a member of Preston's board of education for eight years and had taught Sunday school, in St. John's Anglican Sunday school for several years. Besides her husband, she is survived by one son, Barry, of St. Louis, Missouri; one daughter, Mrs. Albert (Paula) Beaver of Preston; two brothers, Jack Carter of Cochrane and Lytle Carter of Gravenhurst; one sister, Mrs. George (Jessie) McNee of Kingston and five grandchildren. The body will be at the Barthel-Stager Funeral Home until 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, when removal will be made to St. John's Anglican Church for service at 2 p.m. Interment will be in Preston Park Lawn cemetery. Rev. C. E. Ladds of St. John's, will officiate.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 5 Jul 1965 pg 19 
Ada Caroline Carter
 
6897 Mrs. Lloyd Beavers

Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Lloyd Beavers, Sun City Arizona, on January 9th, 1976. The former Agnes Carter she was born in Detroit, a daughter of Dr. J. C. Carter and Margaret Reid. She attended school in Ayr and married Lloyd Beavers, an electrician of Ayr, in 1924. In 1926 the couple went to Detroit where Mr. Beavers was employed as an engineer with Chrysler Corporation. Mr. Beavers retired in 1967 and they moved to Sun City. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Alice Billiu of Columbus. N.C.: and Mrs. Jack ( Gwin Kanmacher of Ayr ) Funeral service was held in Sun City on January 12th.

The Ayr News 29 Jan 1976 pg 9 
Agnes Baylise Carter
 
6898 Name: Ruth Auwarter Kaufmann | E-mail: wait2k@canada.com | IP: 24.222.109.230
I am seeking information about the family of my great grandfather, John Carter, b. 1822, Coldingham, emigrated to Canada 1848 to Puslinch, Ontario. His father was Robert Carter and his mother was Janet Wishart. Robert Carter was killed in a railway accident at Cockburnspath in 1845 and Janet Wishart Carter and her (grown) children went to Canada. 
Alexander Carter
 
6899 Of Route 1, Newton, Ont., passed away suddenly in the Stratford General Hospital, on Wednesday, March 30, 1977, in his 53rd year.
He was a son of Christina Carter and the late Harold Carter. He had farmed all his life at Lot 3, Concession 7, of Mornington Township.
Surviving are his wife, the former Laura Kuepfer; and three sons, John, David and Danny, all of Route 1, Newton, and one daughter Ruth-Ann; three brothers, William, Joe and Leroy, all of Route 1, Newton; one sister, Mrs. Ruth (Ephriam) Steckley of Route 2, Atwood.
Resting at his residence, Lot 3, Concession 7, Mornington Township, until Saturday, when the funeral service will be held there at 1 p.m. Interment 7th Line Amish Mennonite cemetery, Mornington Township. Arrangements were made by Huebner Funeral Home, Milverton. 
Emmanuel Carter
 
6900 Mrs. Jack Kanmacher Passes

Mrs. Jack Kanmacher, Piper Street, Ayr, passed away in Stratford General Hospital on Sunday, February 13th. She was 66. Born in Ayr, she was the former Gwin Carter, a daughter of the late James Carter and Margaret Reid. She was a member of St. James' Lutheran Church, New Dundee. For many years she had been associated with the Girl Guides in Ayr. Surviving besides her husband are a son Brian of 'Troy; a daughter Mrs. Casper (Rose Annett) Baas of Sarnia; a sister Mrs. Everett (Alice) Billiu of Tryon, N.C.; also five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by a sister Mrs. Lloyd (Agnes) Beavers. A memorial service will be held tonight (Wed.) at 8 p.m. in St. James Lutheran Church, New Dundee. Cremation.

The Ayr News 17 Feb 1977 pg 9 
Isabella Gwin "Gwin" Carter
 
6901 Janet was the first woman to receive a Master of Arts from the University of Toronto. First woman to teach at the Galt Collegiate Institute in 1901. Was involved in the Galt Little Theatre and the Waterloo Historical Society.

Cambridge Mosiac, Jim Quantrell, 1998, City of Cambridge [snippet from original text in book]

____________________________

Janet Wishart Carter, of Galt, was the first woman to graduate from the University of Toronto with a Master of Arts degree and the first woman teacher on the staff of the Galt Collegiate Institute. She had the distinction of receiving a decoration from King George for her outstanding contributions in the field of education.

Carter received her early education at Elora where her family lived for some time. She was appointed to the staff of the Galt Collegiate Institute in 1901 and to perfect her ability as a teacher of French, German and Spanish spent several summers studying in Europe.

She was the first president of the Galt Collegiate Institute Staff Players Club, organized in 1924, was an active member of the Little Theatre, and a member of the Galt Library Board from 1938-39. Her wide interests included the work of the Grenfell Mission to which she gave strong support.

Waterloo Region Hall of Fame 
Janet Wishart Carter
 
6902 MRS. THOMAS TODD. Mrs. Todd was a kindred spirit to Mr. Todd. If she had one pre dominant characteristic it was this, that she was bent on doing good. Kindness was her distinguishing quality. That in her was always seeking expression. And she gave it expression constantly in secret unobtrusive ways. With her own hands she ministered to the poor and needy. And those in straitened circumstances deserving people found in her a warm friend. But few knew the extent of her beneficence. She hated the pharisaic spirit of sounding a trumpet before one in the work of charity. With her it was pure Christian charity. She did it for its own sake. But this in her sprang from religious principle, that was its source. She loved the pure gospel of the grace of God, and would tolerate nothing else. And as years rolled by she clung to it with firmer and firmer grasp. Nothing but the gospel would satisfy her soul. She must hear of Christ and His work, otherwise she was unsatisfied. Christ s name was to her full of music, and life came into her soul through it. A sermon that did not have something of Christ in it was utterly worthless to her.

Her heart went out after the salvation of souls What hungering and thirsting she had in reference to this! Often when I have called on her our conversation would be of nothing else. One could not but feel the intensity of her spirit in regard to this, and be mightily stirred by it. There was in her no worldly spirit, dwelling upon the frivolities of life and the empty vanities of time. Another light shone in her sky, that was brighter than the light of the noonday sun, and that dimmed all else. Many listening to her talk might think her narrow and out of harmony with her mundane relations, but she was simply coming down upon them from a higher sphere to lift them up. To lift anything higher we must be above it. And one can elevate the world, not by conformity to it, but by being better than it is, and higher than it holds itself. You cannot reform a drunkard by drinking with him, or a worldling by being of the same mind. No, you 18 must be sober and spiritually minded to do both.

Mrs. Todd had strong faith in prayer. When Mr. Todd crossed the Atlantic, as he did often on business, she never failed to accompany him with her prayers Once he had to cross in mid winter, and she was much opposed to his tempting the stormy sea at such time. She entreated him not to go, but he persisted in going. When he would not on any account give up his intention, her greatest conceivable threat of evil was put in these words: " Now, I'll not pray for you, Todd; remember that, I'll not pray for you."

She went out to the North-West to visit Dr. and Mrs. Lowe, and while there was called home. Some years before she had been seriously ill, indeed hopelessly ill, but she recovered, and lived on, with all the experiences of that time as a preparation for the Lord's coming, whenever that might be. She was found waiting and ready to go in to the Marriage Supper of the Lamb.

Ebenezer: A History of the Central Presbyterian Church, Galt, Ontario, with brief sketches of some of its members who have passed on the the other side, The Rev. James A. R. Dickson 
Margaret Carter
 
6903 Unimaginable grief' when two mothers lose four sons

Ten local soldiers were killed 100 years ago, capturing a ruined French village on the Western Front.

It was among the bloodiest days this community endured in the First World War and it happened Sept. 15, 1916, at the Somme battlefield.

The telegrams reached home three weeks later. Two mothers suffered the most.

Harriet Carthy learned that her son Percy was killed in action. That's after his brother Eric was killed in an earlier skirmish. Annie McNicol learned that her son James was killed in action. That's after his brother Alexander died of his wounds following an earlier skirmish.

Percy and James climbed out of the trenches at 6:24 a.m. They were in the first wave to attack the German front line, aiming for the ruins of Courcelette.

The men of their 18th infantry battalion advanced under shrapnel and bullets, inching forward on their bellies, using corpses as cover, after the enemy caught them in the open in no man's land. Percy, James, and more than 90 comrades were killed.

James, 22, checked train cars before he enlisted. He was a cheerful man who played in the battalion band. "I knew there was something wrong," Annie said, absorbing the terrible news. She hadn't received a letter from her son in three weeks.

Percy, 21, was a labourer. The Kitchener News Record consoled his mother by lauding her dead sons as heroes: "Their example inculcated by the spirit of manhood will not die."

Later, a stranger wrote to say that Percy saved her brother's life in a different battle. "I hope Mrs. Carthy that you, your husband and your family in your great loss will find a little consolation in knowing what a great hero your son was."...

'Unimaginable grief' when two mothers lose four sons. (2016). Therecord.com. Retrieved 15 September 2016, from http://www.therecord.com/news-story/6858427--unimaginable-grief-when-two-mothers-lose-four-sons/ 
Eric Carthy
 
6904 Carthy, Joseph D. - Suddenly, as the result of a heart attack, at St. Mary's Hospital, on Saturday, May 2, 1987, age 86 years, of 40 Patricia Ave., Kitchener. Mr. Carthy was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church and retired from Vetter Shoes and Terry Williams Knitters Ltd. Beloved husband of Margaret; dear father of Donald and his wife Leone of Maryhill; Ted of Kitchener; Herbert Millard and his wife Patricia of Waterloo; and Robert Millard and his wife Ann of Glen Williams. He is also lovingly remembered by eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and three sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Schell, Phyllis (Mrs. Mervin Karn) and Eileen Carthy, all of Kitchener. Predeceased by five brothers, Percy, Eric, Harold, George and William; one sister, Eunice Martin and his parents, Harriet and Joseph Carthy. Mr. Carthy's family will receive friends at the Edward R. Good Funeral Home, 171 King St. S., Waterloo, from 2-4 and 7-9 pm on Sunday. At noon on Monday, transfer will be made to St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Kitchener, for the service in Covenant Chapel at 2:30 pm (Monday), with Rev. Dr. Grant MacDonald officiating. Interment to follow in Memory Gardens, Breslau. Donations to the TV Ministry of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.

Unidentified Newspaper Obituary 
Joseph D. Carthy
 
6905 Unimaginable grief' when two mothers lose four sons

Ten local soldiers were killed 100 years ago, capturing a ruined French village on the Western Front.

It was among the bloodiest days this community endured in the First World War and it happened Sept. 15, 1916, at the Somme battlefield.

The telegrams reached home three weeks later. Two mothers suffered the most.

Harriet Carthy learned that her son Percy was killed in action. That's after his brother Eric was killed in an earlier skirmish. Annie McNicol learned that her son James was killed in action. That's after his brother Alexander died of his wounds following an earlier skirmish.

Percy and James climbed out of the trenches at 6:24 a.m. They were in the first wave to attack the German front line, aiming for the ruins of Courcelette.

The men of their 18th infantry battalion advanced under shrapnel and bullets, inching forward on their bellies, using corpses as cover, after the enemy caught them in the open in no man's land. Percy, James, and more than 90 comrades were killed.

James, 22, checked train cars before he enlisted. He was a cheerful man who played in the battalion band. "I knew there was something wrong," Annie said, absorbing the terrible news. She hadn't received a letter from her son in three weeks.

Percy, 21, was a labourer. The Kitchener News Record consoled his mother by lauding her dead sons as heroes: "Their example inculcated by the spirit of manhood will not die."

Later, a stranger wrote to say that Percy saved her brother's life in a different battle. "I hope Mrs. Carthy that you, your husband and your family in your great loss will find a little consolation in knowing what a great hero your son was."...

'Unimaginable grief' when two mothers lose four sons. (2016). Therecord.com. Retrieved 15 September 2016, from http://www.therecord.com/news-story/6858427--unimaginable-grief-when-two-mothers-lose-four-sons/ 
Percy Carthy
 
6906 EDWARD CARTWRIGHT

PRESTON, Nov 3 — A well-known Preston citizen for 40 years, Edward Cartwright, 81, who resided in Toronto for the past10 years, died in the Western Hospital there on Saturday. The deceased had been confined to the hospital for the past two months, suffering from a broken hip as the result of a fall. Born in Beverley township he had also resided in Galt for some years. He was employed with the R. McDougal pump works in Galt for 33 years. His wife predeceased him in 1910. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. George Clark and Mrs. Fred Stahlbaum, of Toronto, Mrs. Richard Ashworth, Brantford, and Mrs. Louis Petsura, Gravenhurst, three sons, Charles E. Cartwright, Preston and William Oliver and James R. Cartwright of Toronto. The remains will arrive at the H. K. Stager Funeral Home, Preston, at 8 o'clock this evening. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. Interment will be in Preston cemetery .

Kitchener Daily Record 2 Nov 1941 pg 13 
Edmund Cartwright
 
6907 CARTWRIGHT

Wendel Edmund - Passed away, at St. Mary's Hospital, on Tuesday, July 27, 1993. Beloved and devoted husband of Beatrice (Johnston) and loving father of Joan and her husband Dr. William Holland, dear grandfather of Dr. David Holland and his wife Natalie and John Holland all of Kitchener. Predeceased by his parents, Charles and Susannah Cartwright of Cambridge. Wendel was a member of Trinity United Church, Kitchener. He was a Past Master of Twin City Masonic Lodge, AF & AM No. 509 and a charter member of the Otto Klotz Lodge No. 731, AF & AM GRC. He was a life member of the Royal City Lodge of Perfection, the Guelph Chapter of Rose Croix Lodge, Moore Consistory of Hamilton, the Mocha Temple Shrine Club in London, Ont., the Waterloo County Scottish Rite Association, a life member of the Canadian Professional Sales Association, a former member of the K-W Kinsmen Club, a member of the Dundee Golf and Country Club and Cove Cay Golf and Country Club in Clearwater, Fla. Friends and relatives may call at the Ratz-Bechtel Funeral Home, 621 King St. W. Kitchener, on Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be held in the Ratz-Bechtel Chapel on Friday at 2:30 p.m., with Rev. Harold Steed officiating. Interment Woodland Cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 28 Jul 1 993 pg A15 
Wendel Edmund Cartwright
 
6908 CARVALHO, Jose (Joe)

Of 1273 Concession Rd., Cambridge, on Saturday, Nov. 10. 1990, in his 26th year. Dear son of Helen and Jose Carvalho of Cambridge; loving brother of Mark, Peter, Mary and Angela, all of Cambridge. Joe was born in Cambridge, September 14, 1965 and was employed at Compact Sod for the last four years. Friends will be received at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd.. Cambridge, Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial, will be celebrated Wednesday, Nov. 14, at St. Clement's RC Church, Cambridge, at 10 a.m. Interment Parklawn cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 12 Nov 1990 pg A13 
Joe A. Carvalho
 
6909 CARVALHO, Jose Garcia (Joe)

Passed away, on Friday, June 30, 2006, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in his 75th year. Beloved husband of Helen Rudziarz. Loving father of Mark and Pete of Cambridge, Mary White and her husband Graeme of Kitchener and Angela of Maine. Loving grandpa of Kaelyn, Jesse, Karley and Cody. Also survived by his mother-in-law; Anna Budziarz: his brother, Antonio and sisters, Edwina Santos, Maria Carvalho and Maria Smears. Predeceased by his parents, Manuel and Maria Carvalho: his son, Joe (1990) and one brother. Joe was born in Santa Cruz das Flores, Azores, on May 22, 1932 and has lived in the area since 1956. He was retired from Cambridge Towel. The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Road, Cambridge, on Tuesday, July 4, 2006, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated St. Clements RC Church, 745 Duke St., Cambridge, on Wednesday, July 5, 2006, at 10 a.m. Interment Parklawn Cemetery. Parish prayers will be recited at the funeral home, Tuesday, at 3:45 p.m.

The Record 3 Jul 2006 pg B7 
Jose Garcia "Joe" Carvalho
 
6910 CARVERY, Daniel J. Alexander

Passed away suddenly, on Monday, September 2, 2013, at the age of 28. Cherished son of John (Mary) Carvery and Denise Allison. Loving brother of Amanda, Kaitlyn, Kelsey, Ada, Christopher and Leigh. Daniel will also be missed by his nieces, nephews and extended family. A Memorial Service will be held at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas St. N., Cambridge on Monday September 9, 2013 at 10 a.m.

Unknown Paper 
Daniel James Alexander Carvey
 
6911 CASEY, Donald Keith

Passed away, on Thursday, August 10, 2006, in his 66th year. Predeceased by his wife, Catherine Willett (1983). Loving father of Steven, Kim and her husband Michael Rouse. Cherished and proud "Papa" to Calvin, Coleson, Makenna and Caiden. Don is survived by his brothers, Charles (Heather) of Pickering, John of Scarborough, Jimmy (Glenda) of London Derry, Nova Scotia. Also survived by his sisters, Bev MacDonald (Marvin) of Springhill, Nova Scotia, Joyce Brown (Jack) of Scotsburn, Nova Scotia and his many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, Douglas and Audrey Casey; his sister, Sharon Coles (2003) (Stan) of Prince Edward Island. Don was a long time employee at Babcock and Wilcox, until his retire-ment in 2004 and a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Br. 126. The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Road, Cambridge, on Tuesday, August 15, 2006, from 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday, August 16, 2006, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral services will be held from the funeral home on Thursday, August 17, 2006, at 11 a.m. with Canon David Bowyer officiating. Interment Parklawn Cemetery.

The Record 14 Aug 2006 pg B7 
Donald Keith Casey
 
6912 Charles Herbert Caskenette

PRESTON — Charles Herbert Caskenette of Sarnia died Wednesday, at Sarnia General Hospital. He was 44. Mr. Caskenette was born in Windsor and had resided the last 10 years in Sarnia. He was service manager of Toledo Scales, Ltd. He had served over-seas with the merchant navy in the Second World War and was a member of St. Clement's RC Church. He was predeceased by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Caskenette and by two brothers, James and Edward. Surviving are two brothers, Richard of Kitchener and Thomas of Preston. Four sisters, Mrs. George (Ruth ) Goddard of Preston, Mrs. Arthur (Rita) Hatt and Mrs. Robert (Doris) Pfeiffer both of Doon and Mrs. John (Maria) Fisher of Blair. The body will be at the Barthel-Stager Funeral Home, until Saturday morning then to St. Clement's RC Church for funeral mass at 10 a.m. Interment will be in Preston Park Lawn cemetery. The parish rosary will be recited at the funeral home Friday at 9 p.m.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 4 Feb 1971 pg 23 
Charles Herbert Caskenette
 
6913 CASKENETTE, Gerald R. (Gerry)

Of 1822 Biscayne Drive, Cambridge, on Sunday, March 28, 1993, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in his 63rd year. Beloved husband of Geraldine Tebow; dear step-father of Linda, Ostrom of Cambridge. Lovingly remembered by three granddaughters, two great-granddaughters and five sisters, Florence Smith of Brussels, Rose (Mrs. Edward Wadel), Gertrude (Mrs. Peter Stan), Beatrice (Mrs. Andy Thomas), all of Teeswater and Theresa O'Reily of London, Ont. Predeceased by his parents, Raphael and Mary-Ann Caskenette; two brothers, Bert and Howard and two sisters, Helen Mowat and Dorothy Koch. Mr. Caskenette was born in Teeswater and moved to Cambridge (Preston) in 1946. He was an employee of Kockums of Guelph and Fredericton, N.B., retiring in 1990. The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, today (Monday) from 7-9 p.m. and Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral mass will be celebrated by, Father L.P. Cullaton at St. Clement's RC Church, Duke Street, Cambridge, Wednesday, March 31, 1993, at 10 a.m. Interment Parklawn Cemetery, Cambridge. The rosary will be recited at the funeral home Tuesday at 8.30 p.m.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 29 Mar 1993 pg A13 
Gerald R. "Gerry" Caskenette
 
6914 CASKENETTE, Howard I.

Of 1822 Biscayne Drive, Cambridge, on Wednesday, July 29, 1992, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in his 77th year. Dear brother of Gerald and his wife Geraldine of Cambridge, Florence Smith of Clinton, Rose and her husband Ed Wadel, Gertrude and her husband Peter Stan, Beatrice and her husband Andy Thomas, all of Teeswater and Teresa O'Reilly of London, Ont. Lovingly remembered by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents; one brother, Bert and two sisters, Helen Mowat and Dorothy Koch. Mr. Caskenette was born in Maryhill, Ont. and was a longtime resident of Cambridge (P). He was a retiree of Appleton Electric and since his retirement he had lived in Teeswater and Cambridge. He was a member of St. Clement's RC Church, Cambridge and Sacred Heart RC Church, Teeswater. The family will receive friends at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, today (Thursday) 7-9 p.m. and Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral mass will be celebrated at St. Clement's RC Church, Duke Street, Cambridge, Saturday, Aug. 1, at 10 a.m. Interment Parklawn Cemetery, Cambridge.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 30 Jul 1992 pg A9 
Howard I. Caskenette
 
6915 CASKENETTE, Jerome (Jerry)

Passed away, at the age of 91, on Tuesday, February 7, 2012, at Grand River Hospital. Beloved husband of Hedy for 63 years. Forever missed by his three children: Lynn (Bill) Strouth of Wasaga Beach, Gary (Kathy) Caskenette of Port Dover and Jamie (Ingrid) Caskenette of Kitchener. Jerry was blessed with five grandchildren; Natalie and Jennifer Strouth of Guelph, Tammy (Kevin) Sundberg, Kathryn Caskenette (Will Frost) and Stephanie Caskenette, all of Kitchener and further blessed with three great-grandchildren Marissa, Brock and Peyton. He is also survived by his sisters Lorraine Andrews of Niagara-on-the-Lake and Leona (Peter) Chomitz of Kitchener and his sister-in-law Anita Caskenette of St. Catharines. Predeceased by his parents Louis and Margaret Caskenette and by his brothers Harry Caskenette of St. Catharines, Walter Caskenette of Cambridge (Preston) and his brother-in-law Stan Andrews of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Jerry was born September 30, 1920 in Cambridge (Preston) where he lived until three years ago when he and Hedy moved to Doon Village Retirement Residence. Jerry was a long time employee of the Waterloo Region District School Board. After his family, his next true love was golf and he spent every possible moment at Doon Valley Golf Course along with his adoring wife, enjoying a round or two of golf. If you visited Jerry and Hedy in their home, you would often find Jerry in his basement repairing and making golf clubs or you would find him watching the golf channel. The family will receive friends at The Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Road; Cambridge, Ontario (519-653-3251) on Friday, February 10, 2012, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Clement's Roman Catholic Church, 745 Duke Street; Cambridge, Ontario at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 11, 2012. Those wishing to make donations in Jerry's memory, may do so to a charity of your choice and would be appreciated by the family.

Waterloo Region Record 10 Feb 2012 
Jerome "Jerry" Caskenette
 
6916 JOSEPH CASSENETTE

The death occured yesterday afternoon at three o'clock, in St. Mary's Hospital, Kitchener, of Joseph Caskenette, late of 635, South street, Preston, The desceased who had been ailing for some time, although it was not until Saturday that he had been forced to bed, was in his 88th year. Born in St.Hyacinthe, Quebec. He came to Preston in 1911 and was a devout member of St. Clement’s church, also of the Holy Name Society. Surviving are his wife, Margaret, one brother Frank, of Teeswater and two sisters, Harriet of New Hamburg and Julia of Rainy River. Eight sons, Peter, William, Ralph, Louis, Alexander, John, Leo and Wilfred and three daughters, Olive, Josephine and May all of Preston. The funeral will be held on Friday morning at nine o'clock from the residence of his son-in-law, E. Eicheldinger, 635 South street, to St. Clement's church for service. Rev. Fr. P. J. Meyer will officiate. Interment will be made in the Preston R. C. Cemetery.

Kitchener Daily Record 16 Dec 1931 pg 3 
Joseph Caskenette
 
6917 Louis Caskenette

PRESTON—Louis Caskenette, 82, of 709 South St., Preston, died Monday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Guelph, following a lengthy illness. Mr. Caskenette was born in Bruce County and came to Preston in 1920, then, left Preston in 1929 and lived at Niagara-on-the-Lake until 1945 when he returned to Preston. He was a mason by trade and a member of St. Clement's RC Church and of the Holy Name Society. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Margaret Mosack, in 1956. Surviving are three sons, Harry of St. Catharines, Walter of Elora and Jerome of Preston; two daughters, Mrs. Stanley (Lorraine) Andrews of Niagara-on-the-Lake and Mrs. Peter (Leona) Chomitz of Kingston; three brothers, Peter of Preston, John of Tillsonburg and Alex of Hamilton; one sister, Mrs. Josephine Stepheler of Hespeler and 14 grandchildren. The body is at Barthel-Stager Funeral Home. Requiem mass will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. at St. Clement's RC Church. Interment will be in St. Clement's RC cemetery, Preston. The rosary will be recited at the funeral home, Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 26 Apr 1966 pg 23 
Lewis Caskenette
 
6918 Leo Caskinette

PRESTON — Leo Richard Caskinette, 82, Preston mason contractor for many years. died yesterday. Born in Teeswater, he came to Preston and lived here the greater part of his life. A veteran of the First World War, he served overseas with the 111th Battalion. He was a member of the Preston Canadian Legion and of St. Clement's RC Church. Surviving are his wife, the former Elizabeth Mosack; four daughters, Mrs. George (Ruth) Goddard of Preston; Mrs. Arthur (Rita) Hatt, Mrs. Grant (Marie) Fischer and Mrs. Robert (Doris) Pfeiffer of Doon; and four sons, James, Richard, Charles and Thomas, all of Preston; three brothers, Peter and Louis of Preston, and John of Hamilton; one sister, Mrs. George Steffler, Hespeler, and 22 grandchildren. A son, Edward, predeceased him in 1952. The body is at the Stager-Pass Ltd., funeral home from where the funeral will be held on Wednesday with requiem high mass at St. Clement's RC Church at 9 a.m. Interment will be in the RC cemetery.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 15 Nov 1954 pg 5 
Corporal Richard Leo "Leo" Caskenette
 
6919 Death as Result of Drinking Lye

We sincerely regret to have to report the death of Annie Edna, third daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Chas. Cassady, Blenheim, which sad event took place yesterday. The child was nearing her fourth birthday and the case is all the more interesting from the heroic fight made a year ago last May to overcome the evil effects of drinking a solution of Gillett's lye. The little one suffered excruciating pain at the time and for weeks her life was despaired of. In fact she never fully recovered and before her death, though apparently not suffering much, if any, she was reduced in flesh to a mere skeleton. The funeral takes place to Ayr cemetery tomorrow afternoon and much sympathy will be extended to the bereaved family.1a

1aAyr Reformer Oct 25 1906 pg 8 
Anna Edna Cassady
 
6920 Death of Charles W. Cassady
Passing of Another Pioneer Resident of the Section

The death on Saturday, Oct. 5, of Charles William Cassady of South Dumfries, removes a pioneer resident of the section, and one who spent all his life in aiding to foster and build up the agricultural interests of the country. To such men as him the wonderful development achieved is largely due and when their life's work is done and they pass on to eternal rest it is our duty to honor their memory.

Born near St. George over 68 years ago, the late Mr. Cassady moved to Blenheim at the age of three years, where he lived continuously until a few months ago. In his early days a good deal of the work about the farm was done with oxen and there was little machinery to lighten the labor of the husbandman.

In 1884 the deceased married Annie Hunter, who survives, together with the following family: Roy, Sarah and Florence at home, Hunter in Paris, Ernie overseas, and Mrs. Robert McArthur in South Dumfries. A number of brothers and sisters also survive. They are: David in Ayr, Mrs. Marshal Daniels in Hamilton, Mrs. John Petrie, Sr., in Blenheim, Arthur at Hardie Bay, B.C., and Daniel in Paris, Ont.1a

1aAyr News Oct 10 1918 pg 1.jpg 
Charles William Cassady
 
6921 Died In South Dumfries, on Tuesday, January 24, 1950 William Roy Cassady In his 65th year. The Funeral Will take place from his late residence, Lot 38, Con. 3, South Dumfries, on Thursday, Jan. 26th, at 2.30 p.m. to the Ayr Cemetery. Friends and acquaintances will please accept this intimation

Waterloo Historical Society Death Notices Collection - photocopies  
William Roy "Roy" Cassady
 
6922 Abraham Cassel, "born March 15th, 1782, was married to Polly Bean."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Abraham Cassel
 
6923 Abraham Cassel, "the youngest of the family, was born in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, August 31st, 1728, where he died February 15th, 1776. He was married to Feige Grimly who was born in 1729 and died January 18th, 1778. To them was born a family of five children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Abraham Cassel
 
6924 Abraham B. Cassel, "was born in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, April 12th, 1825. In 1848 he came to Canada with his brother, John. He was married to Catharine, daughter of Solomon and Catharine (Bechtel) Gehman. They resided in Lake View, Michigan, where she died October 10th, 1894. To them was born a family of six children".1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Abraham B. Cassel
 
6925 Adam B. Cassel, "was born December 24th, 1836. He was married to Anna Detweiler. They resided in Blenheim Township, Oxford County, where he died February 12th, 1892. His family consisted of five children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Adam B. Cassel
 
6926 Barbara Cassel, "was married to Isaac Wisler."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Barbara Cassel
 
6927 !QUESTION: John Histand is married to two Catharine Cassels are they the same, what is the error if any.? Catharine Cassel
 
6928 Catharine Cassel, "born March 11th, 1784, was married to Jacob Bergey."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Catharine Cassel
 
6929 Catharine Cassel, "eldest daughter of Abraham Cassel, was married to Abraham Haas."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Catharine Cassel
 
6930 Catharine Ann Cassel, "is married to Josiah Hallman, a farmer. They reside in Wilmot Township, on the Blenheim Township line, near Washington P.O. To them were born four children1a

1aBiographical History of Waterloo Township, Ezra Eby 
Catharine Ann Cassel
 
6931 1871 - Catharine Cassel is staying with Menno Hallman. Catharine G. Cassel
 
6932 Mrs. Catherine Voll, 73, of Linwood, died May 20, at the Elmira Private Hospital after a lengthy illness. Born in Hesson, she was the former Catherine Cassel, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cassel. She lived in the Linwood district all her life. Surviving among others are a sister, Mrs. Albert Forester of Elmira; two brothers, Herbert Cassel of Glen Allan and Thomas Cassel of Wingham, 38 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A daughter and a brother predeceased her. The body was at the Dreisinger Funeral Parlor until Sunday when removal was made to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ephriam Runstedler of Linwood.1a

1aElmira Signet 24 May 1961 pg 5 
Catherine Cassel
 
6933 Christian Cassel, "was married to Susannah Heinrich."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Christian Cassel
 
6934 Elmer Cassel, son of Clayton and Edith plus daughter : Dorothy May Cassel b July 9, Plattsville, ON d May 20, 1998, Brantford ON m Gordon Alfred Davison, dau. Sharon Anne Davison Jan. 9 1951 and Brenda Louise Davison b. Oct.7. 1953.1a

1aSharon Davison McKenna email 2013 
Clayton Morris Cassel
 
6935 David B. Cassel, "was born June 8th, 1831, and died, aged about five years."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
David B. Cassel
 
6936 David S. Cassel, "was born December 15th, 1861. He is married to Harriet Morton. They reside in Alberta, N.W.T., about 75 miles north of Calgary where he is engaged in farming. Thier family consists of three children1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
David S. Cassel
 
6937 CASSEL, Edmund Joseph - After a long and courageous battle with cancer, Edmund passed away, on October 27, 2000, at Freeport Health Centre of Grand River Hospital, Kitchener, in his 77th year. He was born in Wellesley Township on November 27, 1923. Beloved husband of Hilda Diebold of Elmira; father of Mark and Danielle of Elmira, Valerie of Harrington, Jennifer and Todd Whittom of Elmira, Ann and Rick Kilgour of Kitchener and daughter-in-law, Darlene Cassel of Elmira; dear papa of Ryan and Taylor Cassel and Austin Whittom, all of Elmira; son-in-law of Helen Diebold of Glen Allan. Beloved brother of Doris Hahn of Elmira, Arthur and June of Fergus, Elgin of Elmira, Mary Cybulskie of Waterloo, William and Theresa of Elmira, Lloyd and Susan of Milverton, Joe of Stratford, Sheila and Dominic Etmanski of Kitchener. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by parents, Herbert Cassel and Coletta Foerster; father-in-law, Jerome Diebold; two brothers, Leonard and Murray; two brothers-in-law, William Hahn and Anthony Cybulskie; three sisters-in-law, Florence Cassel, Rose Cassel and Barbara Cassel. Edmund farmed in the Glen Allan and Linwood area before moving to the Brunner/Milverton area in 1969 where he farmed for 23 years. He then farmed for 9 years in the Ripley area before moving to Elmira in May, 2000. The family received friends and relatives at the Dreisinger Funeral Home, Elmira on Sunday from 7-9 pm and will receive friends and relatives today (Monday) from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Funeral mass will be held at St. Teresa of Avila RC Church, Flamingo Drive, Elmira on Tuesday, Oct. 31 at 10:30 am, with Father George Nowak CR officiating, followed by interment in Elmira Union Cemetery. Parish prayers will be offered at 8:30 pm this evening.

Unidentified Newspaper Obituary 
Edmund Joseph Cassel
 
6938 Elizabeth Cassel, "born February 22nd, 1786, was married to Abraham Kratz."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Elizabeth Cassel
 
6939 Elizabeth Cassel, "second daughter of Abraham Cassel, was married to John Reiff."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Elizabeth Cassel
 
6940 Elizabeth Cassel, "was married to a Mr. Benner."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Elizabeth Cassel
 
6941 Enos B. Cassel, "was born April 14th 1829. He is married to Catharine Oberholtzer and resides in Culpsville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, where he is engaged in farming. His family consists of two children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Enos B. Cassel
 
6942 Cassel - Ephraim B. Cassel died after a short illness, Nov. 1, 1946, in his ninetieth year. His entire life was spent in the New Hamburg, Ont., community, except for the past few years when he resided at the Braeside Home, Hespeler, Ont. He was a member of the Biehn congregation, New Hamburg and had served as one of the first Sunday-school superintendents at that place. His wife predeceased him by four months. One son (Allen, Toronto, Ont.) survives. Funeral services were held at the church, Nov. 4, in charge of Manasseh Hallman, Moses H. Roth, and C. C. Cressman. Interment was made in the church cemetery.1a

1aGospel Herald - Vol. XXXIX, Number 42 - January 14, 1947 - pages 898 & 899 
Ephraim B. Cassel
 
6943 Cassel, Harvey Paul 'Paul'

An amazing man, drew his final breath April 30, 2012. Beloved wife, Marel, devoted sister Blanche and loyal, loving friends and relatives remember his passion for people, photography, classic Mustangs and all things wireless. He was a CKCO employee, an entrepreneur co-owning a successful pager and tower company, VP for Bell Canada's Pager Division and a RIM consultant. Paul was a licensed HAM radio enthusiast for 50 years. He will be missed around the world as VE3SY and here at home as the man who could make you smile, with a deep voice that warmed hearts.

Predeceased by his parents Harvey and Bernice. Paul's family will receive relatives and friends from 2-4p.m. and 7-9p.m. on Friday, May 4, 2012 at the Henry Walser Funeral Home, 507 Frederick St., Kitchener, 519-749-8467. A private memorial celebration will be held at a later date. As expressions of sympathy, donations to Hospice Wellington or the Grand River Hospital Foundation would be appreciated by the family (cards available at the funeral home). Special thank you to the compassionate staff of both Grand River Hospital and Hospice Wellington for all the love and care given to Paul.1a

1aHenry Walser Funeral Home website 
Harvey Paul Cassel
 
6944 1871 - Henry Cassel is staying with Solomon Gehman. Henry Cassel
 
6945 Henry Cassel, "No report of him."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Henry Cassel
 
6946 Henry Cassel, "was born May 8th, 1835. He is married to Mary Ann Bricker. They reside two and one-half miles south of New Hamburg where he is engaged in farming. To them are born four children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby

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On the 20th of Sept., 1900, at New Hamburg, Ontario, Bro. Henry R. Cassel, as we trust, fell asleep in Jesus, at the advanced age of 65 years, 4 months and 12 days. He suffered with Bright,s disease for a little over eight months, and had a desire to go home and be with Christ which is far better. He was born in Montgomery Co., Pa., and leaves a widow, two sons and one daughter to mourn his death. Funeral services were held at the Blenheim M. H. on the 23rd, were largely attended, and conducted at the house by Jos. Nargang and Isaiah Rosenberger, and at the M. H. by Noah Stauffer, from Isa. 38:1, and by Amos S. Cressman from Heb. 2:6.2a

2aOctober 15, 1900 Herald of Truth, Vol. XXXVII, No. 20, page 318, 319 
Henry B. Cassel
 
6947 Hupert Cassel, "was married to Magdalena Jantz."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Hupert Cassel
 
6948 Isabella S. Cassel, "was born June 30th, 1855. She is married to John Snyder. They reside about three miles south-west of New Hamburg, Ontario, where he is engaged in farming. Their family consists of five children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Isabella S. Cassel
 
6949 Isaiah O. Cassel, "is married to Maggie Clemens. They reside in Elmwood, Ontario, where he is proprietor of the Royal Hotel. They have no family."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Isaiah O. Cassel
 
6950 Jacob Cassel, "(From John B. Cassel of New Hamburg, Ontario) the eldest of the family, was born near Schwenksville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, October 12th, 1760, and died August 1st, 1838. He was married to Susannah, daughter of Abraham and Catharine (Bachman) Clemens. (She was a grand-daughter of old Gehart Clemens. See Clemens" family). She was born November 1st, 1762, and died December 4th, 1844. To them were born seven children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Jacob Cassel
 
6951 Jacob Cassel, "born July 5th, 1792, was married to Wilhelmine Kulp."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Jacob Cassel
 
6952 Jacob Cassel, "the eldest, was born July 27th, 1821, died aged about four years."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Jacob Cassel
 
6953 Jacob D. Cassel, "twin brother to John, was born September 3rd, 1871. He is unmarried and is engaged as a manufacturer of buttons."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby

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Before the turn of the century, John and Jacob Cassel born in 1871, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Adam B. Cassel of Blenheim township, Oxford County, gained considerable fame as tightrope and trapeze artists, and balloonists. They ascended to approximately 500 feet landing by parachute and gave many performances throughout Waterloo County.

The accomplished athletic brothers spent some time travelling with circuses in the USA and Jacob worked with a medicine show as a magician and sharpshooter.

John, the only one of the pair to marry, later lived in South Carolina. In his early forties he was injured in a fall which resulted in his death in 1910. Jacob was also hurt in a fall, from which he only partially recovered, passing away from of a heart attack at his mother's home.2a

2aWaterloo Region Hall of Fame

 
Jacob D. Cassel
 
6954 Jesse Cassel, "was born August 20th, 1827. He was first married to Mary, daughter of David Oberholtzer of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, where she was born August 23rd, 1829. They resided in Wilmot Township, near Haysville, where she died January 9th, 1880. After the decease of his first wife he was married to Veronica, daughter of Aaron and Hannah (Snyder) Biehn. To him and his first wife were born five children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby

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Cassel. - On February 7th, 1906, near New Dundee, Ont., Bro. Jesse B. Cassel, who was born in Montgomery Co., Pa., Aug. 20, 1827, and was thus in his 79th year. He contracted pneumonia only about five days before he died. He leaves a widow, three sons and two daughters to mourn his death. His end was peace. Funeral services at the Blenheim Mennonite Church, Feb. 10. Bro. Noah Stauffer preached in German from II Tim. 4:8 and Bro. E. S. Hallman in English from I Cor. 15:57, to a full house. Interment in the cemetery adjoining. 2a

2aThe Gospel Witness - Volume 1, Number 49 - March 7, 1906 - page 463 
Jesse B. Cassel
 
6955 Before the turn of the century, John and Jacob Cassel born in 1871, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Adam B. Cassel of Blenheim township, Oxford County, gained considerable fame as tightrope and trapeze artists, and balloonists. They ascended to approximately 500 feet landing by parachute and gave many performances throughout Waterloo County.

The accomplished athletic brothers spent some time travelling with circuses in the USA and Jacob worked with a medicine show as a magician and sharpshooter.

John, the only one of the pair to marry, later lived in South Carolina. In his early forties he was injured in a fall which resulted in his death in 1910. Jacob was also hurt in a fall, from which he only partially recovered, passing away from of a heart attack at his mother's home.2a

2aWaterloo Region Hall of Fame 
John Cassel
 
6956 John Cassel, "the sixth member of the family, was born November 18th, 1794. He was married, September 19th, 1820, to Sarah, daughter of John Biehn. She was born February 26th, 1799, and died August 23rd 1885. In the year 1849 Mr. and Mrs. Cassel, with their family, moved to Canada and settled with their son, Abraham at Blair, Ontario, where they resided until their son, Jesse, purchased his farm near New Dundee, then they made their home with him until Mr. Cassel's death which took place September 9th, 1866. After his death she made her home with her son, John, where she died. Their family consisted of ten children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
John Cassel
 
6957 John B. Cassel, "was born February 23rd, 1823. In October 1848, he came to Canada and arrived at Mr. Henry Clemens', Roseville, Ontario, where he had his home for some time. On September 9th, 1851, he was married to Rachel, daughter of David P. and Sarah (Biehn) Shantz. She was born July 15th, 1828. Soon after their marriage they moved on their farm near Haysville, Ontario, where they resided thirty-one years. In 1883 they retired from farming and moved to New Hamburg, Ontario, where they now reside. Their family consists of four children" 1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby

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Cassel. - John B. Cassel of New Hamburg, Ont., died Dec. 1, 1908; aged 85 y. 9 m. 8 d. For some years he was unable to attend church services. He expressed himself ready to go to his eternal reward. He leaves to mourn his departure, one son and one daughter. Remains were taken to Geiger's Cemetery. Funeral services were conducted by Amos S. Cressman and Osias Cressman. Text, II Tim. 4:6.2a

2aGospel Herald - Vol. I, No. 40 - January 2, 1909 - page 639 
John B. Cassel
 
6958 Cassel, in K-W Hospital, on Tuesday, Nov. 18. John Enos Cassel, beloved husband of Sarah Ann Gehman, in his 82nd year. Resting at the H. K. Stager Funeral Home, Preston, until Friday at 10 a. m. when removal will be made to the home in Doon, for funeral service at 2.30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 21. Interment in Blair Cemetery.1a

1aThe Kitchener Daily Record 19 Nov 1941 
John Enos Cassel
 
6959 Josiah Cassel, "was first married to Maria Hallman and after her decease to Sarah Hallman, a cousin to his first wife. He resides on his father's old place, near Haysville, Ontario. With his first wife there were two children, namely: Edna, and Edgar. With the second wife there are three children".1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Josiah Cassel
 
6960 Lovina D. Cassel, "was born November 29th, 1865. She is unmarried."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Lovina D. Cassel
 
6961 1871 - Lena Cassel was staying with David Gehman.

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Mrs. Magdalena Knarr


NEW DUNDEE:\emdash Two weeks from the day that she fell down the cellar steps at her home in this village and suffered a fractured hip. Mrs. Magdalena Knarr widow of the late Martin Knarr, passed away at St. Mary's Hospital, Kitchener, Friday, Jan. 5, in her 8lst year. A life-long resident of this district the deceased was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cassel and was born on Aug. 1, 1859. Following her marriage to Martin Knarr they farmed in Blenheim township for many years and retired to the village 24 years ago where her husband died in 192S. Surviving are: one son, Ephriam of New Dundee; one brother, Henry Cassel of Goshen, Ind., four grandchildren and six great grandchildren. The late Mrs. Knarr was a member of the Detweiler Mennonite Church at Roseville at which place the funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon following a service at the family residence at 2 o'clock. Interment was made in the adjoining cemetery.


Waterloo Chronicle 12 Jan 1940 pg 3 
Magdalena Cassel
 
6962 Magdalena Cassel, "youngest daughter of Abraham and Feige (Grimly) Cassel, was married to Henry Musselman."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Magdalena Cassel
 
6963 Mary Cassel, "born October 17th, 1789, was married to Samuel Bergey."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Mary Cassel
 
6964 Mary Cassel, "third daughter of Abraham Cassel, was married to Jacob Klein."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Mary Cassel
 
6965 Mary Ann Cassel, "the eldest in family, is married to Angus McNally. They reside at Blair, Ontario, where he is engaged in manufacturing woollen goods. They have one son Herbert."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Mary Ann Cassel
 
6966 Mary S. Cassel, "was born December 26th, 1858. She is unmarried and at present resides in California, U.S."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Mary S. Cassel
 
6967 Nathan Cassel, "was born August 21st, 1833. He resides in Wilmot Township, near the Blenheim Mennonite Meeting House, where he is engaged in farming. He was married to Nancy Gehman, and after her decease to Hannah Hallman. To him were born the following children, namely:...of the first wife, and Joseph of the second wife."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby


Is referred to as Nelson in Eby Book. 
Rev. Nathan B. Cassel
 
6968 Oliver D. Cassel, "was born June 16th, 1863. He is married to Barbara S. Geiger. They reside in New Dundee, Ontario, where he is engaged in the woollen mills. They have two children, "1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Oliver D. Cassel
 
6969 SAMUEL CASSEL was born on a farm two miles northeast of Washington in the Township of Blenheim in the year 1858. In the year 1861 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Cassel, moved to a farm on the Huron Road in the Township of Wilmot, three miles west of Haysville. Here Mr. Cassel spent his boyhood days. After securing an education at S.S. No. 5, where he distinguished himself as a brilliant scholar, he embarked in business for himself. He purchased the homestead in 1885. Three years ago he bought the west half of Lot 27, known as "Spruce Farm", adjoining his own property, from Mr. Manley Mark, thereby securing one of the finest 200 acre farms in the county. Mr. Cassel was married to Miss Mark, eldest daughter of the late Samuel Mark, in the year 1885. Mr. Cassel has won an enviable reputation as a feeder of export cattle. Visitors from all sections visit his large barns to admire the beautiful cattle that are to be found in his stables. He feeds 70 exporters every year. He has been school trustee for three terms, besides being continuous secretary-treasurer of his school section for several years. He was a member of the school board when the present schoolhouse was built and was largely instrumental in making it one of the finest schoolhouses in the county. He is a member of the Church of England and takes an active interest in its welfare. In 1902 he was elected township councillor and has since been a very creditable member. He was appointed a justice of the peace in 1903 and reappointed by the present government in 1905.1a

1aChronicle-Telegraph Newspaper, 100 Years of Progress in Waterloo County Canada Semi-Centennial Souvenir 1856-1906 (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: Chronicle-Telegraph Newspaper, 1906) pg 29 
Samuel B. Cassel
 
6970 Sarah Cassel, "the youngest in family, was born September 29th, 1838. She was married to Joseph Oberholtzer. They resided in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, where she died in September, 1885. Her family consisted of five children"1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Sarah Cassel
 
6971 Sarah S. Cassel, "was born April 25th, 1854. She was married to Percy Page, a farmer. They resided in Sanilac, Michigan, where she died April 2nd, 1883, leaving no family."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Sarah S. Cassel
 
6972 1871 - Solomon Cassel was staying with David Gehman. Solomon G. Cassel
 
6973 Cassel.-Susannah, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Cassel, was born in Waterloo Co., Ont., March 3, 1860: died March 13 1937, at the home of her daughter in Waterloo. She was in her 78th year. On March 6, 1883, she was united in matrimony to the late Noah S. Shantz, also of Wilmot, who predeceased her 10 months ago. Two daughters (Mrs. Tobias Shantz of Waterloo and Mrs. Marian Steiner of Lima, Ohio) and 3 sons (Lincoln C. of Kitchener, Walter C. of Wilmot, and Dr. Stauffer C. of Kitchener), 10 grandchildren and 2 brothers (Samuel of Kitchener, and Ephraim of New Hamburg) survive. She accepted Christ as her personal Savior and united with the Mennonite church a few years after her marriage and has been a consistent member of Blenheim congregation ever since. Her constant testimony was to serve her Lord and she had a longing desire to depart and be with her Master, especially since the passing of her late husband. Her desire has been granted and though her lips may be silent and her hands cease to minister, yet her labors will still go on for "she being dead yet speaketh." "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth; Yea saith the Spirit that they may rest from their labours and their works do follow them." Funeral services were held on March 16 with Bro. J. B. Martin at the home and at the Blenheim Mennonite Church with M. H. Shantz in charge. Text, Job 14 :14, 15. Burial in adjoining cemetery.1a

1aGospel Herald, April 15, 1937 - Vol. XXX, No.3 - page 62,63,64 
Susannah Cassel
 
6974 Susannah Cassel, "youngest daughter of Jacob and Susannah (Clemens) Cassel, was born September 11th, 1799. She was married to Daniel Pannebecker."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Susannah Cassel
 
6975 1871 - Susanna Cassel is staying with Solomon Gehman. Susannah G. Cassel
 
6976 William O. Cassel, "is a farmer and resides in Bosanquet Township, Lambton County, Ontario. He is married to Minnie Clemens. Their family consists of two children, namely: Morley and Perley."1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby

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"William David O. Cassel was born in Waterloo Co. , Ontario, Canada in 1859. In 1879 he went to Michigan and in about 1880 returned again to Canada and married AlzaMina Clemens, d/o Henry Clemens of Ontario, and went back to Michigan again until the year 1884, where their eldest son was born in 1881. Then they returned again to Canada and settled on a farm in Wilmot Tp. , Waterloo Co. , Ontario, Canada. "2a

2aA Genealogical History of the Cassel Family 
William David Cassel
 
6977 Yelles Cassel, "(From D. K. Cassel's 'History of the Mennonites' son of Hubert Cassel, came to America about the year 1720. He was a native of the Palatinate, Germany. After arriving at Philadelphia he soon wended his way to Germantown and from there to Skippack, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, where he died. His family consisted of six children" 1a

1aThe Biographical History of Waterloo Township, by Ezra Eby 
Yelles Cassel
 
6978 STRIDE, Whillmenia Eliza

Surrounded by her family, Whillmenia passed away at Grand River Hospital, Kitchener, on Monday, April 7, 2008, at the age of 60. Loving wife of Howard Stride. Beloved mother of Dennis (Carole), Craig (Jacqueline), Geoffrey (Laurie) and Sherri Moore (Ronald). Cherished grandmother of nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. She is survived by her sisters, Maude Dyke, Sandra Gale, brothers, Ronald Cassell, David Cassell, Randy Cassell and their families. Predeceased by her granddaughter, Natasha. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street, Cambridge, where the family will receive friends on Thursday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A service to celebrate Whillmenia's life will be held at the Salvation Army Cambridge Citadel, 16 Shade Street, at the corner of Main and Shade Streets, Cambridge, on Friday, April 11, 2008, at 1 p.m. Interment will follow at Parklawn Cemetery.

Waterloo Region Record 9 Apr 2008 pg B6 
Whillmenia Eliza Cassell
 
6979 St. Clement's Roman Catholic Church

The first Catholic missionaries in the area were Father James W. Campion, Father Cassidy and Father John Cullen - beginning c.1828. They were followed by the St. Agatha missionaries, Fathers John Louis Wiriath (1834-1837) and Peter Schneider (1838-1844), but it was Father Simon Sanderl (1844-1848), also from St. Agatha, who organized the construction of a church. The deed for the land, located on the northwest corner of Duke and Guelph (now Dolph) Streets and purchased from the Erb brothers (for five shillings), was dated March 9, 1846, but it is thought that building actually began in 1844. The new church was reported to be "perhaps the only substantial Catholic church west of Toronto" (Spetz 1916:139).
Services were held more or less monthly for many years as priests were in short supply and had to be shared by other congregations. Regular monthly services began in February 1882 with the arrival of Father William Kloepfer of Berlin who looked after Preston as well. Then, beginning in 1889 Preston and Hespeler became missions of Galt. Finally, on March 25, 1905, Preston received its own resident pastor, Rev. Jonas Lenhard. By now it had become apparent that a new and larger church was definitely needed but it was not until January 1907, when Father William Gehl was pastor, that land further along Duke Street was purchased. The cornerstone for the present church was laid September 4, 1911, and the basement of the building was ready for use the following year. The basement continued in use for services until the church was completely finished in 1922. The old church had been torn down in the summer of 1915. Fire on December 26, 1971 caused considerable damage, but the church was not damaged structurally. Repairs were made and the church was rededicated on June 25, 1972.1

1Waterloo County Churches A Research Guide To Churches Established Before 1900 By Rosemary Ambrose 
Rev. Cassidy
 
6980 CASSIDY, Lloyd Martin

Passed away, on Saturday, Feb. 13, 1999, at Pinehaven Nursing Home, Waterloo, Lloyd Cassidy, in his 74th year, formerly of Preston. Dear father of Allan and his wife Sandra of Breslau, Terry of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Betty-Gail Lorentz of Waterloo, Colleen Coleman and her husband Ken of Cambridge: dear brother of Elmer and Lytle of Walkerton, Blanche Schurter of Greenoch. Also survived by nine grandchildren. Lloyd was predeceased by his wife, Mildred Weiler (1982) and a special friend, Greta Peer; six brothers, James, Gerald, Robert, William, Joseph, Harvey and three sisters, Hazel, Muriel and Agnes. Mr. Cassidy was born at Riversdale, Greenoch township on September 29, 1925 and came to Preston in 1950 and retired in 1974, from Jamesway. Relatives and friends will be received at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, on Tuesday, from 7-9 p.m. The funeral mass will be held at St. Clements RC Church, 745 Duke St., Cambridge on Wednesday, Feb, 17, 1999, at 11 a.m. Interment Parklawn Cemetery.

The Record 15 Feb 1999 pg B3 
Lloyd F. Martin Cassidy
 
6981 CASSIDY, Sammie Collin

Beloved infant son of Jeff and Tina Cassidy, of Hespeler, on Friday, March 13, 1998. Dear grandson of Roger and Terri Cassidy and Doug and Mary Ellen Collins, all of Cambridge; dear nephew of Natasha Cassidy, Stephanie Cassidy and Doug Collins, all of Cambridge. A private family service will be held at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas St., Cambridge. Interment New Hope Cemetery, Cambridge.

The Record 16 Mar 1998 pg B3 
Sammie Collin Cassidy
 
6982 DaSILVA, Maria Conceicao

Passed away at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, on Wednesday, January 18, 2017, at the age of 83 years. Predeceased by her husband, Vicente Da Silva. Loving mother of Joe Da Silva (Sonya) and Idalina (Idy) Doyle (Brian). Grandmother of Shawn Raposo (Victoria), Ashley Guida (Paul) and Scott Da Silva (Chelsea) and great-grandmother of Alexander Raposo. Survived by her sisters; Ilda Castro and Feliciana Carvalho. Predeceased by her brothers; Arthur Castro and Jose Castro. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas Street N., Cambridge, on Monday, from 5-9 p.m. Prayers will be recited at the funeral home on Monday evening, at 8 p.m. Funeral Mass will be held from Our Lady of Fatima RC Church, 185 Elgin St., S. Cambridge, on Tuesday, January 24, 2017, at 10 a.m. Interment at Parklawn Cemetery.

Waterloo Region Record 20 Jan 2017 
Maria Conceicao Castro
 
6983 ROCHA, Rosa

Passed away peacefully, at Grand River Hospital on Tuesday, January 27, 2015, at the age of 84. Beloved wife of the late Francisco Leal Rocha (2007). Loving mother of Francisco (Evangelina), Natalino (Rosaria), Rosa Maria (Jose), Lucia Sousa and Natalia Melo (Jose) all of Cambridge. Cherished grandmother of Sandra Brazil (Arthur), Suzanna Galvao (Paul), Suzie Caetano (Steve), Paul Sousa, Frankie Rocha (Marissa), Michelle Hickey (Brian), Sally Garcia (Nelson), Patricia Butler (Wayne), Jonathan Rocha, David Melo and Christina Rocha. Rosa will also be greatly missed by her 16 great-grandchildren. She will be missed by her sisters; Francisca (Antonio), Maria (Joaquin) and brother, Joao (Gloria). Rosa enjoyed spending time with her family and loved having everyone together. Resting at Corbett Funeral Home, 95 Dundas St. N., Cambridge, where the family will receive friends on Sunday, February 1, 2015, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Rosary will be recited in the funeral home chapel on Sunday evening, at 8 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial, will be celebrated at Our Lady of Fatima Roman Catholic Church, Elgin St. S., Cambridge, on Monday, February 2, 2015, at 10 a.m.. Interment will follow at Parklawn Cemetery.

Cambridge Times 30 Jan 2015 
Rosa Jesus Castro
 
6984 CATER, Herbert -- On Friday, Feb 8, 1980 at the K-W Hospital, Herbert Cater, aged 87 years, of 247 Franklin Ave. N., Kitchener. Dear father of Mary (Mrs. Klaus Kuehnbaum) of Garson, Ont. and Jean (Mrs. Richard Gingerich) of Ottawa. Also survived by granddaughter, Jan (Mrs. Malcolm Oliver) of Kitchener, eight other grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Predeceased by his fist wife the former Alma Totzke and his second wife Rose Smith. He was a member of Reformation Lutheran Church and the Canadian Legion, branch 50, Kitchener. Funeral and committal service was held today at the Ratz-Bechtel Chapel. Rev. Andrew Paulson officiating, Interment will be made in St. Peter's Lutheran Cemetery.1a

1aThe Kitchener-Waterloo Record 9 Feb 1980 
Herbert Cater
 
6985 MRS. EMERSON C. BOYD - Mrs. Emerson C. Boyd, 79, of Linwood, died Sunday, Dec. 30 at the Elmira Nursing Home following a lengthy illness.
Born near Linwood, her maiden name was Alberta Cathcart, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cathcart. She had spent all her life in Linwood where she was a member of the Linwood United Church and the Ladies Auxiliary.

Surviving are her husband to whom she was married in 1903; two sons, Harold and Robert Cameron, both of Kitchener; two daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Phillips of St. Thomas and Mrs. Alfred (Marieta) Holst of St. Jacobs; one brother, Wesley Cathcart of Fergus and five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Two sisters predeceased her. The body was at the Dreisinger Funeral Parlor, Elmira, until Wednesday when removal was made to Linwood United Church for service. Rev. Charles K. Forrest and Rev. Adolph Kappes officiated. Interment was in Hawkesville Cemetery.1a

1aElmira Signet Jan 2 1963 pg 4 
Emma Alberta "Bertie" Cathcart
 
6986 Robert Cathcart

LINWOOD\emdash The death occurred here on Friday of Mr. Robert Cathcart at the age 87. Mr. Cathcart for nearly a quarter of a century was a rural mail driver, covering more than 100,000 miles with his buggy and horse. Until last year he had continued as rural carrier and then relinquished this post and proceeded to meet the local trains and cart the mail to the office. A series of strokes, the last one recently, resulted in his death. Born on the old homestead, Mr. Cathcart qualified as a school teacher. After teaching at Bridgeport and Mannheim he again returned to the farm for 45 years. Twenty-two years ago Mr. Cathcart came to this village two years before leaving the farm, he was awarded the rural mail contract which he continued after coming to the village. Mr. Cathcart was a member of the Linwood United Church. His wife, one son and one daughter predeceased him leaving one son Wesley of Fergus and two daughters, Mrs. E. C. Boyd of Linwood and Mrs. Charles Corrigon of Vernon, B.C., to survive with one brother, two sisters, ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The funeral was held on Sunday at one o'clock, from his late residence to the Union Cemetery. Rev. W. 0. Mather officiated.

Waterloo Chronicle 31 May 1938 pg 3 
Robert Cathcart
 
6987 Mrs. J.W. Currie

A former Ayr resident, Mrs. J.W. Currie of St. Luke's Place, Hespeler, passed away in Cambridge Memorial Hospital on Friday, July 4th. She was in her 92nd year. The former Mary Elizabeth Caughell, she was born in Guilds (near Blenheim), a daughter of the late Peter Caughell and Elizabeth Haggart. After graduation from Blenheim School, she studied music and received her A.T.C.M. from Toronto Conservatory of Music. In 1917, she married Rev. J.W. Currie and the couple settled in Tara where he was a Presbyterian minister. They resided there until moving to Ayr in 1924. The Curries served Knox Church here until Rev. Currie retired in 1943. Following retirement the couple remained in Ayr for a further 24 years before moving to Toronto in 1967. Immediately after moving to Toronto they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. While in Ayr, Mrs. Currie was active and made a life member of Presbyterian and later United Church Women organizations. She was also a member of Ayr Women's Institute. Mrs. Currie, whose sight failed in later years, was active with the work of the Canadian National Institute of the Blind. Upon leaving Toronto, Mrs. Currie resided briefly in Ottawa and Kingston before taking up residence at St. Luke's Place. Besides her husband, she was predeceased by a brother David Alexander Caughell. Surviving are two sons Don of Ancaster and Eoin of Kincardine; eight grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral service was held Monday at Knox United Church, Ayr. Rev. George Saunders of Ayr, assisted by a grandson Rev. Paul Currie of Windsor, officiated. Interment in Ayr Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons Dave, John, Paul and Craig Currie, Anthony Lea and Ian Foulds.

The Ayr News 9 Jul 1986 pg 12 
Mary Elizabeth Caughell
 
6988 CAUGHEY, Charles David - At St. Mary's Hospital, in Kitchener, on July 8, 2008 at the age of 88 years. Beloved husband of the late Dorothy Grace Caughey. Loving father to Glenn, his wife Sandra, and Judith and her husband John Blais. He is lovingly remembered by his five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Predeceased by his mother, Kate Caughey (Palmer); one sister, Joann Frame (Caughey), and his loving in-laws, Frederick and Hilda Rainger. Charles was a long-standing member of Legion Branch 50. He was also a decorated Second World War veteran stationed in Aldershot, England. In lieu of flowers, donations to the War Amps or St. Mary's Hospital Foundation would be greatly appreciated by the family by calling Schreiter-Sandrock Funeral Home & Chapel , Kitchener at 519-742-4481. Online condolences may be made by visiting www.MeM.com1a

1aWaterloo Region Record - Jul. 12, 2008  
Charles David Caughey
 
6989 DILLOW, Alice Cavelle

Of 72 Dudhope St., Cambridge, on Sunday, July 29, 1990, at Cambridge Memorial Hospital, in her 74th year. Dear sister of John of Cambridge; lovingly remembered by one nephew, Gerald John Dillow of Stratford. Miss Dillow was born in Cayuga and came to Cambridge in 1950. She was a retired hairdresser having been employed at the Hair Salon at the Right House in Cambridge. There will be a private family funeral service conducted at the Barthel Funeral Home, 566 Queenston Rd., Cambridge, on Wednesday, Aug. 1, at 1:30 p.m. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Wednesday, from 12.30-1.30 p.m. Cremation following.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record 30 Jul 1990 pg A9 
Alice Cavelle
 
6990 THE REV. WILLIAM CAVEN, D.D., PRINCIPAL OF KNOX COLLEGE, TORONTO.

Principal Caven was born in the parish of Kirkcolm, Wigtonshire, Scotland, on the 26th of December, 1830. His ancestors on both sides had been settled in that neighbourhood for centuries, and several of them figure conspicuously in the local annals. They were in their day strenuous supporters of the Solemn League and Covenant, and the names of some of them are enshrined on the roll of the "Wigton Martyrs." One of the most cherished traditions of the family on the mother's side relates how one of them, for refusing to abjure his faith, suffered grievous bodily mutilation at the hands of the dragoons of "Bloody Claverse"-known to history as John Graham, Viscount Dundee. A less accurately authenticated tradition identifies Margaret Wilson, who suffered martyrdom in 1685, along with Margaret Maclachlan,10 as a member of the family from which Principal Caven's mother is descended.

His father was the late Mr. John Caven, a sound scholar and a very worthy man, who was by profession a school teacher. The late Mr. Caven was a member of the United Secession Church, which, by its union, in 1840, with the "Relief" Church, as it was called, formed the United Presbyterian Church-an organization which still retains a separate corporate existence in Scotland and the United States, though it has long since lost it in Canada and some of the other colonies, owing to successive unions between it and other Presbyterian bodies. Not being a member of the Established Church of Scotland, Mr. Caven was in those days ineligible for the position of a parish schoolmaster, but he had no difficulty in obtaining pupils, and enjoyed a creditable reputation alike as a sound scholar and a successful instructor. He emigrated from Wigtonshire to Canada in the summer of 1847, and for a short time took up his abode near Galt, Ontario, in the township of North Dumfries. After a time he removed to the neighbourhood of St. Mary's, where he continued to reside down to the time of his death a few months since. He resumed his labours in the work of education after his arrival in Canada, first as a teacher, and afterwards as a school superintendent, and was greatly beloved for his amiability and uprightness of character....1a


1aThe Canadian Portrait Gallery. by John Charles Dent, Assisted By A Staff Of Contributors. Vol II. Toronto: Published By John B. Magurn. 1880. 
Rev. John Caven
 
6991 Jan 10 1853.'97Moved by Mr Buchanan, seconded by Mr Robert Cranston, That Mr John Caven be local superintendent of common Sehools for the Township of North Dumfries, for the present Ye,ar.'97Carried: Rev. John Caven
 
6992 CAVEN, WILLIAM, Presbyterian minister, educator, and theologian; b. 26 Dec. 1830 in Kirkcolm, Scotland, son of John Caven and Mary Milroy; m. July 1856 Margaret Goldie, daughter of botanist John Goldie, and they had three sons and three daughters; d. 1 Dec. 1904 in Toronto.

William Caven was born into a Scottish Secessionist family with strong Covenanting roots. Among his ancestors were men who signed the Solemn League and Covenant and whose names appeared on the roll of the Wigton martyrs. Liberal principles in politics and voluntaryism in religion were characteristics of this tradition. William was educated at home in Scotland by his father. In 1847 the family moved to Upper Canada, to Dumfries Township, near Galt (Cambridge). John Caven taught in Ayr and later served as superintendent of schools in Waterloo County. William taught school for a few months in Blandford Township before beginning studies for the ministry with William Proudfoot* and Alexander Mackenzie at the United Presbyterian Seminary in London, Upper Canada, in 1