Early Days of Windsor, N.S. Wales [NOOK Book]

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Chapter III. SOME PIONEER FAMILIES. an old well-preserved Windsor Muster Book, dated 1813-3818, giving a half-yearly census of the military officers, soldiers, civil officers, free people, settlers, and prisoners—male, female, and...
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Chapter III. SOME PIONEER FAMILIES. an old well-preserved Windsor Muster Book, dated 1813-3818, giving a half-yearly census of the military officers, soldiers, civil officers, free people, settlers, and prisoners—male, female, and children being shown in each division—we find the following well-known names of pioneers. (This muster book is now in the Mitchell Library.) It will be noted that only the names of children born before 1818 are given:— In the Military: Lieutenant and Mre. A. Bell and nine children. Lieutenant and Mrs. Pureell and two children, Charles, and E. Sergeant Geo. Kay and three children, George, Mary Ann, and William. Lieut, and Mrs. W. Cox (1817-18) and three children, Edward, Ann, and William. The Civil officers were:— Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fitzgerald and three children, Richard, Robert, and John. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cox (1813), three children, Edward. Ann, and William. Mr. James Mileham and one child, Lucy. Mr. G. W. and Mrs. Evans, 1813, arrived in the Buffalo, four children, Ann, Harriet, William and Elizabeth. This family returned to Sydney in 1814. Mr. Thomas and Mrs. A. E. Hobby, who arrived in the Buffalo. He was Coroner for many years in Windsor. Rev. Robt. and Mrs. Cartwright and six children, Ann, Elizabeth, Richard, Thomas, John, and Mary. Rev. Hy. and Mrs. Fulton and five children, Sarah, John, Henry, Lydia, and Ann. Among the soldiers, freemen, and settlers who were in the district with their families, we give a selection of such names as are still familiar or that may be seen on the tombstones of our church yards. The names are those of Windsor only, and do not include such other places as Wilberforce and Richmond, and the families are only as recorded during the period 1813 to 1818. Children born at a la...
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  • BN ID: 2940024450710
  • Publisher: Tyrrell''s Ltd.
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  • Edition description: Digitized from 1916 volume
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Chapter III. SOME PIONEER FAMILIES. an old well-preserved Windsor Muster Book, dated 1813-3818, giving a half-yearly census of the military officers, soldiers, civil officers, free people, settlers, and prisonersmale, female, and children being shown in each divisionwe find the following well-known names of pioneers. (This muster book is now in the Mitchell Library.) It will be noted that only the names of children born before 1818 are given: In the Military: Lieutenant and Mre. A. Bell and nine children. Lieutenant and Mrs. Pureell and two children, Charles, and E. Sergeant Geo. Kay and three children, George, Mary Ann, and William. Lieut, and Mrs. W. Cox (1817-18) and three children, Edward, Ann, and William. The Civil officers were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fitzgerald and three children, Richard, Robert, and John. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cox (1813), three children, Edward. Ann, and William. Mr. James Mileham and one child, Lucy. Mr. G. W. and Mrs. Evans, 1813, arrived in the Buffalo, four children, Ann, Harriet, William and Elizabeth. This family returned to Sydney in 1814. Mr. Thomas and Mrs. A. E. Hobby, who arrived in the Buffalo. He was Coroner for many years in Windsor. Rev. Robt. and Mrs. Cartwright and six children, Ann, Elizabeth, Richard, Thomas, John, and Mary. Rev. Hy. and Mrs. Fulton and five children, Sarah, John, Henry, Lydia, and Ann. Among the soldiers, freemen, and settlers who were in the district with their families, we give a selection of such names as are still familiar or that may be seen on the tombstones of our church yards. The names are those of Windsor only, and do not include such other places as Wilberforce and Richmond, and the families are only asrecorded during the period 1813 to 1818. Children born at a la...
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