||, Ontario [1, 2]
||South Dumfries Twp., Brant Co., Ontario 
|House of Industry and Refuge
||House of Industry and Refuge, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario
The House of Industry and Refuge. In 1868, 141 acres was purchased on Frederick Street in Berlin (now Kitchener) and the house opened on June 15, 1869. The original building housed 100 and operated as an industrial farm, which raised crops and livestock. The residents worked for their keep if possible, those most did not. The House eventually became a strictly a residence of the aged and later relocated and renamed Sunnyside.
|Eby ID Number
||21 Feb 1901
||Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario 
|Cause: Epileptic fits |
||15 Mar 2017 |
||James Chapman, b. 15 Dec 1828, , England , d. 21 Nov 1903, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario |
||Anne Long, b. 14 Feb 1838, , Haldimand Co., Ontario , d. 25 Aug 1932, Galt (Cambridge), Waterloo Region, Ontario |
- Possibly buried in the House of Refuge Cemetery, Kitchener, but her parents are buried in St. George United Cemetery, St., Brant Co., Ontario
- [S713] Vit - ON - Death Registration, death certificate 27590 (1901), Harriet Ruth Chapman..
- [S2415] Census - ON, Brant, South Dumfries - 1891, Div 1 Pg 46.
James Chapman 60 b. Ontario Laborer
John 22 Laborer