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Warden Ward Hamilton Bowlby, M. A. 

Warden Ward Hamilton Bowlby, M. A.[1]

Male 1834 - 1917

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  • Prefix  Warden 
    Suffix  M. A. 
    Birth  4 Oct 1834  Waterford, Townsend Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
    Gender  Male 
    Occupation  1861  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [5, 8
    Lawyer 
    1861 Tremaine's Map of Waterloo
    1861 Tremaine's Map of Waterloo
    Religion  1861  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Church of England 
    Elected Office  1865  , Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Councillor - Waterloo County 
    Elected Office  1865  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Reeve - Berlin 
    Elected Office  1865  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Reeve - Berlin 
    Occupation  1871  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Lawyer 
    Religion  1871  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Church of England 
    Occupation  1881  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Barrister 
    Religion  1881  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Church of England 
    Occupation  1891  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Barrister 
    Religion  1891  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Anglican 
    Residence  1897  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Bow Hill residence of W. H. Bowlby
    Bow Hill residence of W. H. Bowlby
    From: Busy Berlin Jubilee Souvenir 1897, published by Berlin News-Record
    Occupation  1901  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Lawyer 
    Occupation  1911  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    Barrister 
    Bowlby,W.H.-CrownAttorney-Envelope.JPG
    Bowlby,W.H.-CrownAttorney-Envelope.JPG
    Religion  1911  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    Church of England 
    Employer  1912  Ecomonical Fire Insurance Company, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    director of Economical Fire Insurance Company 
    Residence  1912  221 King St. W., Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Died  8 Jan 1917  Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Hall of Fame - Waterloo Region  Bef 2012  , Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [11
    Name  W. H. Bowlby 
    Eby ID Number  Waterloo-39226P 
    Buried  Mount Hope Cemetery, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID  I39226  Generations
    Last Modified  6 Oct 2017 

    Father  Adam Bowlby,   b. 20 Mar 1792 OR 29 Mar 1792, Wilmot County, Annapolis, Nova Scotia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Feb 1883, Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Elizabeth Sovereign,   b. 9 Mar 1795, , New Jersey Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Aug 1867, Canandaigua, Ontario, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  1819 
    Family ID  F23671  Group Sheet

    Family  Lissie Hespeler,   b. 5 Nov 1839, Preston (Cambridge), Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Jan 1920, Toronto, York Co., Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married  10 Apr 1861  Hespeler (Cambridge), Waterloo Region, Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 8, 12, 13
    Children 
     1. Annie Hespeler Bowlby,   b. 7 Mar 1862, , Ontario Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Aug 1910, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F10254  Group Sheet

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    Ward Hamilton Bowlby
    Ward Hamilton Bowlby
    from Waterloo Region Hall of Fame
    Ward Hamilton Bowlby
    Ward Hamilton Bowlby
    From: Official souvenir of the celebration of cityhood, July 17th 1912
    Ward Hamilton Bowlby
    Ward Hamilton Bowlby
    From: Official souvenir of the celebration of cityhood, July 17th 1912
    Ward Hamilton Bowlby
    Ward Hamilton Bowlby
    From: Berlin Celebration of Cityhood - Issued by Authority of the City. Berlin Ontario, Issued in Commemoration of its Celebration of Cityhood July 17th 1912.

  • Notes 
    • WARD HAMILTON BOWLBY, M.A., K.C.


      Another Bowlby for many years prominent in Berlin, now Kitchener, County Crown Attorney for hair a century, was Ward Hamilton Bowlby, fourth son of Adam Bowlby of Townsend Township, County of Norfolk. (Ancestry see preceding biography.) He was born October 4th., 1834, and died in Kitchener January 8th., 1917. After preliminary education at a clergyman's school, Woodhouse Rectory, near Simcoe, and at the grammar schools of Simcoe, Streetsville and St. Thomas, he went to Upper Canada College and from there to Toronto Univer sity where he graduated in arts in 1856 and in law in 1858, as gold medalist on both occasions, obtaining the first University gold medal in law awarded at Toronto University. He also studied in the law of fice of Wilson, Patterson and Beaty, in Toronto. In May, 1858, he was called to the bar and admitted as a solicitor. Shortly after his legal authorization Mr. Bowlby came in 1858 to the then village of Berlin to begin practice.

      He was senior partner in the law firm of Bowlby, Colquhoun and Clement the other partners being the late P. Colquhoun of Waterloo and E. P. Clement, K.C. later Bowlby & Clement, and so continuing until 1903, when Mr. Bowlby retired from the more active practice of his profession, after having attained distinction as a sound lawyer, a reliable counsiller and a trenchant prosecutor. During his long career he argued many important cases in the High Court at Toronto and in the Supreme Court at Ottawa.

      In 1862 Mr. Bowlby was for a short time Registrar for the then south riding registry division with office in Preston, which separate registry office was discontinued in 1863. He was appoint ed Crown Attorney and Clerk of the Peace of Waterloo County by the first Provincial Government of Ontario in December 1867 and was at the time of his death the oldest incumbent of such office in Ontario. He was at various times member of the Town and County Councils, was reeve of Berlin from 1863 to 1868 and was for thirty years, until his resignation in 1895, member of the Public School Board.

      He was a shrewd investor and became a large holder in Canadian Pacific, Merchants Bank and other stocks and securities. His place, Bowhill, with its eleven acres of well kept grounds, was an ornament to the County Town. The Tremaine map of 1861 shows the house, as also that of his brother, Dr. D. S. Bowlby. It is interesting to note that only one family, the Webers, father and son, was occupant of the Bowlby plot between Mr. Bowlby and original forest, in the Grand River Reservation of the Six Nation Indians. Abraham Weber came from Pennsylvania in 1807 and took as his allotment Lot 15 [should read 16] of the German Company tract of which this plot is a part. W. H. Bowlby bought from Sheriff Grange, the first Berlin real estate speculator, and he from Abraham C. Weber, son of Abraham Weber. Mr. Bowlby was a considerable traveller, in Europe and generally. On a trip he took up the Nile in a dahabeah with his family, in the winter of 1899, he wrote an interesting book which he presented to his friends.

      In 1861 Mr. Bowlby married Lissie Hespeler, eldest daughter of Jacob Hespeler of Hespeler. Mrs. Bowlby survives. Their only daughter who married Sir George H. Perley, now High Commisioner for Canada, in London, died in 1911. Of his generation there remains only his youngest brother, John Wedgwood Bowlby, K.C., mayor of Brantford at 80. Mr. Bowlby was a member and large supporter of St. John's (Anglican) Church.

      Fifth Annual Volume of the Waterloo Historical Society, 1917

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      Ward Hamilton, M.A, LL.B
      ., County Crown Attorney and Clerk of the Peace for the County of Waterloo, Berlin, Ont., was born in the Township of Townsend. in the County of Norfolk, Ontario, Canada, on October 4th, 1834. His father was the late Adam Bowlby, of Townsend, an extensive farmer and speculator in farm lands, who owned large tracts of land in Norfolk and adjoining counties, acquired considerable wealth, and died, at the advanced age of 91 years, on the 26th February, 1883. His grandfather, Richard Bowlby, during the American Revolutionary War, was a resident of the then Province of New Jersey, and being firm in his allegiance to the British Crown, became a U. B. Loyalist, left the United States, and settled in Annapolis county, Nova Scotia, where Adam Bowlby was born in 1792. Adam Bowlby served, while a mere lad, in the war of 1812, having been placed in command of a company of coast, guardsmen to prevent the landing of piivaleers on the shores of the Bay of Fundy, and for this service he was in receipt of a pension from the Canadian Government, up to the day of his death, as one of the veterans of the war of 1812. The Bowlbys are an old English family, but as the ancestors of the subject of this sketch settled in the British provinces of America at such an early period, this branch of that family may be now properly called the colonial branch of the family, and are descended from good U. E. Loyalist stock. Tilomas William Bowlby, an English barrister and an eminent war correspondent, who, in the capacity of correspondent of the London Times, accompanied Lord Elgin as ambassador to China in I859, and was there treacherously killed by the Chinese, and to whose family the Chinese government were compelled to pay a large indemnity, was a distant relative of this branch of the same family.

      The mother of the subject of this sketch was Elizabeth Sovereign, daughter of the late Leonard Sovereign, of Waterford, Ont., and niece of the late Philip Sovereign, M.P.P., member in the first parliament of Upper Canada at Niagara. Mr. Bowlby's great-grandmother, on the father's side, was a sister of Josiah Wedgwood, the celebrated English chemist who invented the Wedgwood ware. Ward Hamilton Bowlby was educated in a clergyman's school at the Woodhouse Rectory, near Simcoe, and in the grammar schools at Simcoe, Streetsville and St. Thomas, and at University College, Toronto, and graduated both in arts and in law at the University of Toronto. During every year of his college course he held a first scholarship, and on graduating to the degree of B. A. in the University of Toronto, in 1856, he obtained the Jamieson gold medal, and again on graduating to the degree of LL.B., in 1858, Mr. Bowlby obtained the University gold medal in law, he being the first person who ever had that honour from the Toronto University.

      Mr. Bowlby studied law in the office of the law firm of Wilson, Patterson & Beaty, of Toronto, which firm was then composed of the present Chief Justice Wilson. Judge Patterson, and Mr. James Beaty, Q.C., M.P., and he was called to the bar and admitted as a solicitor in May, 1858, and has now practised the legal profession for over twenty-seven years in Berlin. Mr. Bowlby is a member of the law firm of Bowlby & Clement, one of the leading law firms in the County of Waterloo, and is a sound lawyer, a good counsellor, an excellent cross-examiner of witnesses, and a shrewd man of business. He is also a solicitor for two of the chartered banks doing business at Berlin and Waterloo, and is solicitor for one of the largest insurance companies in Ontario. During his long professional career he has argued many important cases in the High Court at Toronto, and in the Supreme Court at Ottawa, and has always enjoyed a large and lucrative practice, and been in every way most successful, and is financially rated as one of the wealthiest citizens of Berlin.

      Mr. Bowlby has often been a member of the town and county councils; was reeve of Berlin from 1863 to 1868, and has been a member of the Public School Board of Berlin for the past twenty years, and has always done his utmost to promote the interests of education. In February, 1862, the Cartier-Macdonald Government issued a proclamation dividing the County of Waterloo into two registration districts, and offered Mr. Howlby the position of registrar of North Waterloo at Berlin, but, in consequence of the fact that the old registrar afterwards elected to retain the registrarship at Berlin, the Government appointed Mr. Bowlby registrar of South Waterloo, at Preston, on March 17th, 1862, and although he, at first, accepted the office and performed its duties for a length of time, yet he refused to comply with the law requiring him to remove his place of residence from Berlin to Preston, as he would not give up his law practice at Berlin for the registrarship at Preston, and a change of government having taken place in the meantime steps were thereupon taken to abolish the new registry office for South Waterloo, and on October 15th, 1863, under the auspices of the Macdonald-Dorion Government, there was passed the Act of Parliament. 27 Viet. cap. 35, whereby the ridings of Waterloo were re-united for registration purposes. Mr. Bowlby was appointed to the offices of County Crown Attorney and Clerk of the Peace for the County of Waterloo, by the first Provincial Government of Ontario, on December 24th, 1867, which offices he has ever since held, and in both of which he has given every satisfaction.

      Mr. Bowlby has travelled much in foreign parts, having crossed the Atlantic several times, and in the years 1877 and 1880, in company with his wife and daughter, he made a tour of fourteen months abroad and visited all the principal cities and places of interest in Great Britain and continental Europe. He is a member of the Church of England. Holding government offices for the last eighteen years, he has not recently taken any part in political matters, but in politics he is now generally supposed to be in sympathy with the Liberal party. Mr. Bowlby has one of the prettiest and most delightful residences in Berlin, situate in an enclosure of eleven acres, surrounded by a beautiful well-kept lawn, dotted over with clumps of evergreens, deciduous trees and shrubbery, and here and there flanked with spruce and cedar hedges. Mr. Bowlby has four brothers, viz., Alfred Bowlby, Esq., M.D., of Waterford ; William Bowlby. Esq., of Simcoe ; D. S. Bowlby, Esq, MD of Berlin, and J. W. Bowlby, Esq., LL. B., barrister, of Brantford ; and he has an only sister, Mary Ursula, wife of Col. Walker Powell, the Adjutant-General at Ottawa. Mr. Bowlby was married on April 10th, 1861, to Lissie, eldest daughter of the late J. Hespeler, Esq., founder of the village of Hespeler, and he has an only child, a daughter, Annie Hespeler Bowlby, now the wife of George H. Perley, Esq., a junior partner in the well-known and extensive lumbering firm of Perley & Pattee, of Ottawa2a

      2aA Cyclopaedia of Canadian Biography Being Chiefly Men of the Time. Vol. No. 11886

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      Ward Hamilton Bowlby, a prominent lawyer in Berlin and Waterloo County Crown Attorney for half-a-century, won the first gold medal in law awarded by the University of Toronto. A traveller of note, he wrote a book on his experiences during a trip up the Nile in 1899.

      He attended Upper Canada College and the University of Toronto, from which he graduated in arts in 1856 and in law in 1858. He was a senior partner in the law firm of Bowlby, Colquhoun, and Clement, later Bowlby and Clement, from 1858 to 1903. A sound lawyer, a reliable counsellor and a trenchant prosecutor, he argued many important cases in the High Court at Toronto and the Supreme Court at Ottawa.

      Bowlby was a member of the town and county councils, Reeve of Berlin from 1863 to 1868 and for thirty years was a member of the Public School Board.3a

      3aWaterloo Region Hall of Fame

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      Bowlby, W. H., barrister-at-law. Has been Reeve of the town four years, also County Crown Attorney and Clerk of the Peace. Was born in Norfolk Co., Ont., 1834, and has resided here since 1858.4a

      4aIllustrated Atlas of the County of Waterloo, H. Parsel & Co., Toronto - 1881

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      Ward H. Bowlby, K. C., Reeve 1865-6-7-8.

      Mr. Ward H. Bowlby, K. C. for the past forty-five years Crown Attorney of Waterloo County, was Reeve of the village of Berlin in 1865-6-7-8 and to-day is the only survivor of the Village Council of that day. The meetings of the Council were held in a frame building where now stands the Fire Hall and many interesting sessions were held. The idea of a greater Berlin was manifest at that time and the progress and welfare of the village was the chief aim of the councillors. He has watched with pleasure the growth of Berlin, from a village to a town and now to a city, and wishes it continued prosperity.5a

      5aOfficial souvenir of the celebration of cityhood, July 17th 1912, Berlin, Ontario, The German Printing and Publishing Co

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      The Waterloo office of Miller Thomson LLP is celebrating its sesquicentennial -- marking 150 years of serving the legal needs in its community. Founded in 1858 by Ward Hamilton Bowlby, Sims Clement Eastman, which merged with Miller Thomson, was one of the oldest law offices in Ontario. Starting as W.H. Bowlby, Barrister and Solicitors, a new partnership in 1876 saw the firm grow to three partners: Bowlby, Edwin Perry Clement and Frederick Colquhoun. In fact, the Clement family name remained with the firm until 2002 -- when it partnered with Miller Thomson LLP. Miller Thomson's Waterloo office has 35 lawyers supported by 78 administrative and professional staff working at its office located in the Accelerator Centre building at the University of Waterloo Research and Technology Park.6a

      6aWaterloo Chronicle Newspaper 14 May 2008

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      WARD H. BOWLBY, M.A., K.C.

      Ward Hamilton Bowlby, appointed in the fall of 1867 by the first government of Ontario as Crown Attorney and clerk of the peace for the county of Waterloo, in which position he is still serving, was for many years an active practitioner at the Bar of his district with a large and liberal clientage. He was born October 4, 1834, in Waterford, Norfolk county, Ontario, a son of Adam and Elizabeth (Sovereign) Bowlby. The father was a native of Annapolis county, Nova Scotia, and of United Empire Loyalist descent, his ancestors having removed to Nova Scotia from New Jersey in 1783. Adam Bowlby was born in 1792 and at the time of the War of 1812 he served as a captain in command of a company of coast guardsmen to prevent the landing of privateers on the shores of the Bay of Fundy. Following the close of hostilities he settled in Norfolk county, Upper Canada (now Ontario), where his uncle, Thomas Bowlby, had resided since 1786. He married Elizabeth Sovereign in 1819, and their family in the course of years numbered five sons and one daughter, Ward H. Bowlby being the fifth in order of birth. His brothers were: William Bowlby of Simcoe, now deceased; Dr. D. S. Bowlby, who for some years practised at Berlin, but passed away at Rome in Italy while on a trip abroad ; and Dr. Alfred H. Bowlby, who at the age of eighty-six years is still practising medicine at Waterford. The sister is the wife of Colonel Walker Powell of Ottawa, ex-adjutant general of the Dominion, and the youngest member of the family is J. W. Bowlby, K.C., now mayor of Brantford.

      Educated in a private school at Woodhouse Rectory near Simcoe, in the Simcoe grammar school, St. Thomas grammar school, the Streetsville grammar school and the Toronto University, Mr. Bowlby won the degree of Bachelor of Arts in 1856, of Master of Arts in 1857 and of Bachelor of Laws in 1858, taking the Jameson gold medal in arts in 1856 and the University gold medal in law in 1858. He entered upon the active practice of his profession in Berlin in the spring of 1858 and for many years was a prominent barrister, whose ability was indicated by the important character of the professional duties that devolved upon him. In December, 1867, he was appointed by the first government of Ontario Crown Attorney and clerk of the peace for the county of Waterloo, which offices he now holds, but he retired from practising law in January, 1903.

      In 1861 Mr. Bowlby was married to Miss Lesa, the eldest daughter of the late Jacob Hespeler, the founder of the town of Hespeler, Waterloo county. They have one daughter, Annie, now the wife of George H. Perley, M.P., the Ottawa millionaire lumber king, whose operations in lumber have gained him pre-eminence as a representative of that line of business in Canada. Mr. Bowlby is a member of the Church of England. He has always stood for that which promotes intellectual and moral progress and while an active practitioner at the Bar maintained the highest standard of professional ethics and, although his devotion to his clients' interests was proverbial, he never forgot that he owned a still higher allegiance to the majesty of the law.7a

      7aThe History of Ontario: Its Resouces and Developement.

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      In the late 1860s, Berlin barrister Ward H. Bowlby and wife Lissie Hespeler purchased about 10 acres at King and Wilmot (renamed Victoria South in the 1930s), erecting "Bow Hill," one of the village's first elegant estates. In 1918, Lissie, now a widow, sold her property to Ames, Holden, McCready, a rubber firm presided over by T.H. Rieder of Kitchener. It was the third rubber company Rieder had helped found locally \emdash Merchants and Canadian Consolidated (later Dominion) being the first two. Three years after the huge factory was built behind Bow Hill, Rieder died and B.F. Goodrich of Akron, Ohio assumed control. For the next 60 years, Goodrich tires and rubber products poured out of the factory. By the late 1980s, following purchase by global rubber conglomerates, both Dominion and Goodrich were doomed. When the King Street factory closed, a group of ex-Goodrich employees operated the plant as Epton Industries. Epton closed in December 1995 and within two years, all traces of the vast five-storey factory had been erased. A decade-plus later, the City of Kitchener and University of Waterloo filled Abraham Weber's old farmstead site with one of the most striking architectural gems in the city.

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    1. [S7] News - ON, Waterloo, Kitchener - Berliner Journal (1859-1917), 11 Apr 1861.
      Married 10 Apr 1861 In Hespeler, at the home of the bride's father, by Rev. E.R. Stimson, Ward Hamilton Bowlby Esq., holds a M.A. and is advocate of this paper, was married to Lissie Hespeler, oldest daughter of Jakob Hespeler, Esq.

    2. [S137] Census - ON, Waterloo, Berlin - 1901, Berlin (Town/Ville) A-12 Page 1.

    3. [S229] Census - ON, Waterloo, Berlin - 1871, Div. 2, Pg. 32.

    4. [S158] Census - ON, Waterloo, Berlin - 1881, Div. 2 Pg. 69.

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    6. [S340] Census - ON, Waterloo, Berlin - 1911, Div. 24 Pg. 20.

    7. [S1592] Census - ON, Waterloo, Berlin - 1891, Section 1 Page 53.

    8. [S31] News - ON, Waterloo, Cambridge - Dumfries Reformer (1850-1892), 17 Apr 1861.
      Bowlby, Ward married 10 Apr 1861 to Leesa Hespeler In Hespeler by Rev E R Stinson. Groom, barrister of Berlin; bride, eld dau Jacob Hespeler, Hespeler

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    11. [S220] Waterloo Region Hall of Fame Waterloo Region Hall of Fame.

    12. [S745] Book - A Cyclopedia of Canadian Biography being chiefly men of the time Vol. 1, pg 123-4 - biography of Ward Hamilton Bowlby..

    13. [S1333] News - ON, Wellington, Guelph - Guelph Mercury, 11 Apr 1861..
      In Hespeler, at the home of the bride's father, by Rev. E.R. Stimson, Ward Hamilton Bowlby Esq., holds a M.A. and is advocate of this paper, was married to Lissie Hespeler, oldest daughter of Jakob Hespeler, Esq.

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    Link to Google MapsBirth - 4 Oct 1834 - Waterford, Townsend Twp., Norfolk Co., Ontario Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Lawyer - 1861 - Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsReligion - Church of England - 1861 - Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 10 Apr 1861 - Hespeler (Cambridge), Waterloo Region, Ontario Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsElected Office - Councillor - Waterloo County - 1865 - , Waterloo Region, Ontario Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsElected Office - Reeve - Berlin - 1865 - Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Link to Google Earth
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    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Lawyer - 1871 - Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsReligion - Church of England - 1871 - Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Link to Google Earth
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    Link to Google MapsReligion - Church of England - 1881 - Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Link to Google Earth
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    Link to Google MapsResidence - 1912 - 221 King St. W., Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 8 Jan 1917 - Kitchener, Waterloo Region, Ontario Link to Google Earth
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