LENNOX AND ADDINGTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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DEATH IN UPPER CANADA

Kingston and Bay of Quinte people from early burial records, 1791 - 1805 and Upper Canadian Newspapers, 1805 - 1842

The Lennox and Addington Historical Society gratefully acknowledges the work of Donald Reid, H.C. Burleigh, Cora Reid, Charles Gordon, Lesley Gavlas and others.

(Last updated June 26, 2009.)

Abbott, Samuel. On Sunday last, Mr. Samuel Abbott Senior, aged 70 years. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 30, 1819, p. 3

Adams, Eliphaiet. At his own house in Marysburgh, on the 24th of October last, Eliphaiet Adams. He left a widow and five children. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 9, 1816, p. 3, c. 4

Adams, Eliphalet. All persons having any demands against the Estate of the late Eliphalet Adams of Marysburgh, deceased, are hereby requested to produce their claims... Simeon Washburn, Acting Executor, Hallowell, 12 Nov., 1816. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 16, 1816

Adams, Francis. On Saturday, the 13th ult., Mr. Francis Adams, aged 23 years. Kingston Chronicle, July 19, 1822, p. 3

Adams, James. On Tuesday last, Mr. James Adams, for many years Jailor and Clerk of the Market of this town [Kingston] aged 54 years and six months. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 23, 1819, p. 3

Adams, James, buried August 14, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Adams, Sarah, buried August 23, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Aiken, William, buried September 13, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Aird, John. At Montreal on the 22d ult., generally lamented, John Aird Esq., one of the Partners in the house of Macnider, Aird and Co. Kingston Chronicle, April 4, 1823, p. 3

Aitkins, Alexander. Buried 1 January, 1800, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Alger, Nathaniel. Buried 22 February, 1796, Nathanel [sic] Alger of Ernest town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Alger, Sarah. Buried 24 September, 1795, Sarah, wife of Nathaniel Alger of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Allan, William George. On Friday, the 11th inst., William George Allan, eldest son of Col. Allan, aged 11 years and 6 months. Kingston Chronicle, January 18, 1822, p. 3 [and in the same paper] Births - On Wednesday, the 9th inst., the Lady of Col. Allan, of twins, both boys. (Copied from the York Observer)

Allen, Alexander V. At Hallowell, on 12th inst., Alexander V., son of Jonathan Allen of Adolphustown. Quebec Gazette, 26 January, 1836

Allen, John. At York, on Thursday the 25th inst., aged 8 years, John, son of William Allen, Esq. Kingston Chronicle, May 31, 1822, p. 3

Allingham, John, infant son of William and Ann Allingham of Napanee, age 10 months, was buried [Napanee] 28 November, 1841. Source: Anglican Diocese of Ontario Archives, Kingston.

Allingham, Mary, age about 5 years, daughter of William and Ann Allingham, natives of Ireland, died in Napanee October 13, 1841. Source: Anglican Diocese of Ontario Archives, Kingston.

Allison, Alexander. At Quebec on Saturday, the 1st inst., Alexander Allison, Esq., late of the firm of Allison, Turner and Company, one of our oldest Merchants. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 14, 1821, p. 3

Althooss, Lydia. Buried 7 October, 1803, Lydia, dau. of Nicholas and Lucinda Althooss [sic] of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Ambercomby, Robert. In the township of Kingsey, Lower Canada, the latter end of August, Robert Abercomby, aged 76 years, an old settler in the Eastern Townships, who was one of the troops went out to New York in 1776. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, October 1st, 1830

Anders, Silas. On the 27th July at South Bay in the County of Prince Edward, Silas Anders, aged 30 years. Kingston Chronicle, August 11, 1826, p. 3

Anderson, Joseph. In this town, on Friday last, Joseph Anderson, Esq., aged 70, Collector of the Customs for this Port. Kingston Gazette, June 15, 1813, p. 3

Andrews, ? , Colonel. On Sunday, the 24th inst., Colonel Andrews of the 60th Regiment. Kingston Chronicle, August 29, 1823, p. 3

Ansley, Amos. On Monday morning, 27th ult., Amos Ansley, aged 74. Mr. Ansley was one of the first settlers in this Province, and was one of the first legislative delegates. He has left a wife and eight children - - between forty and fifty grandchildren and a number of great-grandchildren. His was the first death in the family. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 1st October, 1830

Armstrong, Amelia Ann. On the 5th inst., Amelia Ann, infant daughter of Dr. E.W. Armstrong, aged seven months. Kingston Chronicle, June 15, 1827, p. 3

Armstrong, E.W. (son of) On Saturday evening last, an infant son of E.W. Armstrong. Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1825, p. 3

Armstrong, Elizabeth. On the same day [Saturday last], Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. G.W. Armstrong, aged 2 years. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 15, 1826, p. 3

Armstrong, Mary. Mary, wife of John Armstrong of Sophiasburgh was interred 3 Dec. 1793. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Asher, Alexander (son of ). The eldest son of Alexander Asher, of this town [Kingston], was yesterday drowned while bathing at Gananoque. The Patriot, Kingston, Tuesday, 27 July, 1830

Ashley, Joseph, buried August 20, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Askey, Corporal, buried June 29, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Askey, Mary, buried October 3, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Askine, John. At Amherstburgh, on the 1st inst., in the 56th year of his age, John Askine, Esq. Superintendent of Indian affairs for that post and Major commanding the 2nd Regt. of Essex Militia. In him his Majesty lost a most faithful and zealous servant and subject, and society a valuable and useful member. (copied from Upper Canada Gazette) Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 4, 1820, p. 3

Asselstine - see also Estlestine.

Asselstine, Christina. Christina Davy, wife of Peter Asselstine, died July 29, 1805, age 52. Old stone in Lutheran Burial Ground, now Union Cemetery, Ernestown township.

Atkinson, Ann. Sacred to the memory of Ann the daughter of Barraclough and Na'cy Atkinson, who died July 16, 1816, aged 18 yrs 6 mth. Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Atkinson, Henry. On Tuesday last, Henry Atkinson, of Ernest Town, was accidentally killed, a short distance above Vanvalkenburgh's tavern. (Copied from Kingston Chronicle.) Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 8 October, 1829

Atkinson, Jane [infant]. On Tuesday the 5th inst., at this place [Kingston], Jane Atkinson, aged 18 months. Kingston Chronicle, October 8, 1819, p. 3

Auchinvile, Margaret McDonald. At Gananoque, on 6th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, John S. McDonald, in the 61st year of her age, Margaret McDonald, a native of Perthsire, Scotland, relict of the late David Auchinvole, of Hudson, N.Y. and sister to the Hon. John and Colin McDonald, of Gananoque. The Transcript, Montreal, April 19, 1842

Aulthouser, Nicholas. Buried 24 February, 1801, Nicholas Aulthouser of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Aylsworth, Job 1722-1803 and his wife, Sarah, 1745-1803. Old stone in Violet Cemetery, Ernestown twp.

Badgley, William, buried March 20, 1798, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Baillie, John, Mrs. At Barriefield, Pittsburgh, on the 7th inst., Mrs. John Baillie, aged 51 years. Kingston Chronicle, June 15, 1827, p. 3

Baker, Charles. On Sunday last, Charles Baker, formerly a Clerk in the store of Kirby Esq., a promising lad. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 2, 1815, p. 3

Baker, Elizabeth Ranken. At Bath, on the 22d inst., in the 32nd year of her age, Elizabeth Ranken, wife of Doctor George Baker. Kingston Chronicle, March 28, 1829, p. 3

Baker, James (Cap'n), buried April 11, 1800, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Baker, Jane. At Bath, Tuesday morning, Mrs. Jane Baker, wife of Dr. Baker of that place. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 29 October, 1830

Baker, William, of Chatham. Died. On the 7th instant, at the River Thames in the township of Camden*, Upper Canada, much lamented by his friends, William Baker, a ship builder, aged 55 years; one of the first settlers under governor Simcoe in the township of Chatham. He was a native of New York, where his relations now reside, and it is hoped, for their information, that his death will be inserted in all papers in this province. *Camden [West]. Kingston Chronicle, July 14, 1820, p. 3

Ball, Deborah. Buried 15 September 1793, Deborah Ball of Amherst Island. [Location of burial could be Bath or on the Island.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Ballan, Julia, buried November 11, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Barber, William - see Bath Drownings.

Barclay, John, Rev. Estate of Rev. John Barclay, late Minister of St. Andrew's Church, Kingston. Executors are Francis A. Harper and James MacFarlane. Published Kingston, Nov. 17, 1826. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 17, 1826.

Barker, Abraham. At his residence in the Village of Hallowell on the 1st inst., Abraham Barker in the 48th year of his age. He was one of the first founders of the Village. He leaves a wife and five children. Kingston Chronicle, March 14th, 1829, p. 3

Barker, Lydia. Lydia Shore 1745-1804, wife of David Barker. Old stone, Quaker Cemetery, Adolphustown twp.

Barnard, M. In the F.B. Society Hospital, 12th inst., M. Barnard, a native of France, aged 64. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 16, 1827, p. 3

Barnes, John, buried October 21, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Barnum, Sarah. Buried 2 March, 1804, Sarah, dau. of Lemon and Mary Barnum of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Barnhart, Samuel. Samuel Barnhart of Fredericksburgh, was interred 24 August 1793. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Barns, Jane, buried April 23, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Barrie, Joseph, buried October 24, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Barry, James. In this town [Kingston], on Monday morning, 22nd inst., James Barry, Travelling merchant, aged about 48 years. He was a native of the city of Limerick, Ireland, and emigrated from that country to America in 1816. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 23 August, 1825

Bartells, Andrew. In Ernestown on Friday last, the remains of Andrew Bartells, which had been interred about three weeks, were at the request of some friends taken up, and a post mortem examination has since been pending. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tues., 17 Dec., 1839

Bartells, Hannah. At Ernest Town, on Monday evening, 24th October, Hannah, wife of Justice Bartells, aged 48 years, 8 months and 24 days. She has left a husband, 5 sons and 7 daughters. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 8 November, 1825

Bartholomeus, Peter. Peter Bartholomeus of Fredericksburgh was interred 26 Sept. 1790. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Bartlet, Nancy. In this town, on the 11th instant, Mrs. Nancy Bartlet, consort of Smith Bartlet, Esq., in the 36th year of her age. A gradual decline of nearly two years terminated her active and useful life. On the 14th her remains were attended to the place of interment by the inhabitants of the town generally, with every mark of sympathy and respect. [Survived by husband and children. Condensed from a longer obituary but there is no further genealogical information.] Kingston Chronicle, Friday, February 19, 1819

Bartley, Eleanor. Eleanor, wife of Josias Bartley of Fredericksburgh, was interred 10 March 1793. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Bath Drownings, 1818.
DROWNED!:
Susan McKenzie, daughter of Colin McKenzie
Roderick McKay, Esq., from North Briton
William Barber, from Ireland
Peter Lard (sic), a native of U.S.A.
James Johnston, a native of Ernest Town
The above people, all of Ernest Town, drowned in the Sound between the village of Ernest Town and Amherst Island on Wednesday the 9th inst. They were returning in the evening in a sail boat from Amherst Island after a day long visit. Kingston Gazette, September 15, 1818 [Note: Peter Lard is Peter Laird.]

Baubien, Cap'n, buried April 13, 1800, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Beaubien?]

Baxter, Barbara. On Wednesday last, Barbara, wife of Peter Baxter, farmer, of Pittsburgh [township], and mother of George Baxter, master of the Midland District Grammar School, and of Mrs. John McIntosh and Mrs. William L. Mackenzie of this town [Toronto]. She was a native of Scotland, the third daughter of George Baillie, Glammis, Strathmore, and at the time of her death was 60 years of age. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 25 January, 1834

Baxter, James. At 5 o'clock last Monday morning, James Baxter, Printer and Publisher of this newspaper, aged 23 years and 4 months. He was the second son of Peter Baxter, now of Pittsburgh; brother of the teacher of the district school, Kingston; a native of Dundee, Scotland; and has resided in Canada nearly 9 years. He was married about 16 months ago to Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas Denison, formerly of Manor Hamilton, Ireland, now of Collin's Bay, Midland District, by whom he had one daughter, born on March 7th last. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 28 March (Thurs.), 1832

Baxter, John (child). At Kingston on Friday, 21st ult., John, son of George Baxter, aged 3 years. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 3 November (Thursday), 1831

Bayley, ?, Mrs. At Cramahe, on Friday the 28th of June, Mrs. Bayley, mother of the Lady of Captain F.B. Spilsbury, R.N. Kingston Chronicle, July 12, 1822, p. 3

Bayman, James, son of James Bayman, buried November 17, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Baynes, [Edward], Major-General. At Woolbrook Glen, Sidmouth, Major General Baynes, formerly of the Glengary Fencibles. He was formerly Adjutant General of the Forces in Lower Canada under Sir J.H. Craig and Sir George Prevost. Kingston Chronicle, May 9, 1829, p. 2

Beach, Eunice. At Ernest Town, 6th concession, on Sunday, the 14th inst., Mrs. Eunice Beach, wife of Mr. Barnabus Beach, aged about 35 years. Kingston Gazette, September 23, 1817, p. 3

Beamish, Ann. Sacred to the memory of Ann Detlor, wife of William Beamish, who died July 15, 1832, aged 28 years & 2 days. Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Beardsley, Livingston Crannell. At Niagara on Wednesday 14th ult., Livingston Crannell Beardsley, Editor and Publisher of "The Canadian" in the 22nd year of his age. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 4 October, 1825

Beeman - see also Bayman[?]

Beeman, William, buried June 5, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Begley, Hugh. At his residence at Kingston, in the 74th year of his age, Hugh Begley, formerly a merchant at Coleraine, in Ireland, from whence he emigrated to Canada in 1816. The Transcript, Montreal, 20 January, 1842

Bell, Flora. Flora Bell of Fredericksburgh was interred 12 November 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Bell, Flora. Flora, daughter of Duncan and Anna Bell of Fredericksburgh was interred 3 Feb. 1802. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Bell, William. William Bell of Fredericksburgh interred 29 Sept. 1788. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Bender, George. On 29th ult., the wife of George Bender, aged 72 years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 6 September, 1825

Bennam, James Henry (infant) At Point Henry, on Saturday, the 26th inst., James Henry, infant son of Mr. Charles Bennam, aged 1 year and 11 days. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 27, 1826, p. 3

Bennet, Thomas. Died yesterday morning, after a long illness, Thomas Bennett, Esquire, Assistant Commissary General in charge at this place. [Kingston] Kingston Chronicle, November 5th, 1819, p. 3

Benson, James Sen'r. On Wednesday evening last, Mr. James Benson sen'r, aged 63 years. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 27, 1828, p. 3

Benson, Stephen. Last Sunday evening at Belleville, Stephen Benson, the only Reformer who had the office of a Justice of the Peace in that section of the Country. (Taken from a letter from Hastings dated December 20th.) The Constitution, Toronto, 28 December, 1836

Berczy, William, Esq. From the Boston paper of 15th February: Died lately of a lingering illness, Wm. Berczy, Esq., aged 68, a distinguished inhabitant of the Province of Upper Canada, and highly respected for his literary acquirements. In the decease of this gentleman, society must sustain an irreparable loss and the republic of letters will have cause to mourn the death of a man, eminent for genius and talents. Kingston Gazette, April 13, 1813, p. 3

Bethune, John Rev. At Williamstown, Upper Canada, on the 23rd inst., after being long in a weak state of health, Rev. John Bethune in the 65th year of his age. Mr. Bethune left Scotland with his parents at an early age, settling in the American colonies. During the rebellion he was appointed Chaplain of the 84th Regiment. After the peace, he settled in Canada. He has left a widow and numerous family. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 3, 1815, p. 3

Betton, ? Captain, buried October 13, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Bidwell, Sarah. On Saturday last, Sarah, youngest daughter of Marshall S. Bidwell, aged 11 months. (Copied from Kingston Herald, Wednesday, August 10, 1831.) Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 18 August, 1831

Bidwell, Sarah Gray. On 23rd ult., Sarah Gray, daughter of the Hon. Marshall S. Bidwell, Speaker of the House of Assembly, in the 9th year of her age. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, Thurday, 5 March, 1829

Birch, ?, Lieut. Suicide. On Tuesday morning last, Lieutenant Birch, on the half pay of the Royal Navy, terminated his life by shooting himself through the head with a gun, in a fit of insanity. Lieutenant Birch has left an amiable and affectionate wife and one child to lament their loss in his untimely death. Kingston Chronicle, August 20, 1819, p. 3

Bird, Henry. At his residence in Marysburgh, Henry Bird, in the 90th year of his age. He came to Canada in the 54th Regiment. The Patriot, Toronto, 6 April, 1841

Bird, James C. Died early this morning, Mr. James C. Bird, aged [65]. Kingston Chronicle, December 24, 1824, p. 3

Blackwood, Margaret Grant. At Montreal on the 12th inst., after a short illness, Mrs. Margaret Grant, wife of Thomas Blackwood of this city [Kingston?]. [A long obituary follows, detailing her virtues.] Kingston Chronicle, December 24, 1824, p. 3

Blakely, Ann. Ann Keough, wife of James Blakely, died Jan. 15, 1803. Old stone, Cherry Valley cemetery, Athol twp.

Blanchard, Ephraim. On Wednesday, 29th ult., at the residence of his son-in-law, Richard Ham, Fredericksburgh, Ephraim Blanchard of Ernest Town, formerly of Kingston, aged 65. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 4 February, 1840

Blanchard, Martha. On Monday, the 15th inst., Mrs. Martha Blanchard, wife of Mr. Ephraim Blanchard, farmer of Ernest Town, aged 56 years. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 19, 1823, p. 3

Boag, ?, Lt. Col. Died in England, Lt. Col. Boag of the Royal Artillery, aged 79; he served under General Wolfe in the taking of Quebec. Kingston Gazette, April 13, 1813, p. 3

Boardman, Alida M. At Watertown, N.Y., on 20th, Alida M., wife of the Rev. George S. Boardman, aged 28. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 3 December, 1830

Bogart, Peter, 1819 - see Hay Bay Drownings.

Boilan, ? Mrs. On the 21st ult., Mrs. Boilan, relict of the late Mr. Thomas Boilan of Niagara. Kingston Chronicle, May 4, 1821, p. 4

Bombacher, Clemens. Suicide. On the 8th inst., a man by the name of Clemens Bombacher put a period to his life by cutting his throat with a razor. On the Sunday before he had cut himself across the body with a carving knife, the part however was immediately sewed up and it was expected that he would recover of the wound. The unhappy man succeeded but too effectually in his second attempt to destroy himself. The instrument of his death was found in his hand. An inquest was yesterday held on the body. Verdict of the July -- that he came to his untimely death by cutting his throat with a razor in a state of insanity. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 9, 1821, p. 3

Boone, George Junior. At his residence near the village of Hallowell, on Sunday morning, March 7th, George Boone Jr., a member of the Society of Friends, formerly of Birmingham, England. The Patriot, Toronto, 12 April, 1836

Booth, Charles. Buried 20 October, 1799, Charles, son of John and Margaret Booth of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Booth, Joshua. Died at Ernestown on Saturday, the 30th October, very suddenly, Joshua Booth, Esq., aged 55. He was one of the oldest settlers of that place and ever retained the character of a reputable citizen. He has left a wife and 10 children to lament his loss. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 6, 1813, p. 3

Booth, Mahitable. At Ernest Town, on Sunday the 28th of May, of a long and painful illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, Miss Mahitable Booth, daughter of the late Joshua Booth, Esq., in the 16th year of her age. Miss Booth was a dutiful and affectionate daughter, a kind sister, an obliging neighbour, and an agreeable companion. It may be truly said, she lived a pattern of early piety - - it may be hoped, she died to witness the glories of her Redeemer. "Let others hail the rising sun, I bow to that whose course is run." Kingston Chronicle, June 2, 1820, p. 3, col. 5

Bostwick, Henry. At Woodhouse, in the London District, on the 27th ultimo after a week's illness, Henry Bostwick, Esq., Barrister at Law and Lieutenant Colonel, 1st Regt. of Oxford Militia, aged 34 years. (Copied from the Spectator.) Kingston Gazette, August 8, 1816, p. 3, c. 3

Bound, ? (Mr.) On Monday last, at Ernest Town, Mr. Bound. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 27, 1828, p. 2

Bourke, William. On 10th inst., at Wellington, P. E. District, in the 26th year of his age, William Bourke, eldest son of Captain Bourke, of Holles Street, Dublin, Ireland. The Patriot, Toronto, 4 June, 1841

Bowen, William. William, son of Petrus and Maria Bowen was interred 22 June, 1796. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Boyd, James. Mountain - Some time last week a man of the name of James Boyd, a farmer, residing in Mountain township, near Kemptville, committed suicide. The cause assigned for this rash act was the disagreeing with his family, which consisted of a wife and several small children. (Copied from Brockville Gazette.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 3 September, 1830

Bradshaw, Dinah. In Pittsburgh, near Kingston, on May 18th, Dinah, wife of Richard Bradshaw. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 4 June, 1839

Bradshaw, James. James Bradshaw of Fredericksburgh was interred 20 Feb. 1797. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Bradshaw, Lewis. On Tuesday the 1st inst., Lewis Bradshaw, painter and glazier, aged 38. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 8 November, 1825

Brady, John. John Brady, lockmaster at Brewer's Mills, John Murphy and John Marshall, sawyer to James Matthewson, were drowned in the Canal on Sunday night at Kingston Mills. The Patriot, Toronto, Tuesday, 24 November, 1835

Braley, William. Died - - on Thursday morning last, Mr. Wm. Braley. Kingston Gazette, December 26, 1812, p. 3

Brant, John. At the Mohawk Village near Brantford, of cholera, John Brant, Chief of the Mohawk Tribe of Indians. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 6 September, 1832

Brant, Mary, buried April 16, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Brawley, Isabella. On the 21st inst., Isabella brawley, aged 36 years. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 29, 1826, p. 3

Brewer, Elizabeth. In the township of Kingston, on Wednesday, the 19th inst., widow Elizabeth Brewer, one of the first settlers of the county of Frontenac, aged 68. She emigrated from the State of New Jersey. Her remains were interred at Waterloo on the 21st inst., after the manner of the Friends. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 28 January, 1831

Brintnal, Isaac. At his home in Bath, on the 13th inst., Isaac Brintnal, Inn-Keeper. Kingston Chronicle, October 2[3], 21, p. 3

Brisbin, William, died Sept. 18, 1801, age 37y 8m 9d. Old marker in Glenwood Cemetery, Picton.

Brisco, Eleanor. Buried 21 December, 1801, Eleanor, dau. of Nathan and Mary Briscoe [sic] of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Brisco, Isaac. Buried 17 August, 1805, Isaac Brisco of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Brisco, Samuel. Buried 27 November, 1800, Samuel, son of Nathan and Mary Brisco of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Brisco, Sarah. Buried 28 January, 1796, Sarah, dau. of Norris and Elizabeth Brisco of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Brock, Isaac. Subscription Under the Sanction of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor... to ensure the completion of a work worthy to commemorate the grateful sense entertained by this Province of the eminent services of the highly distinguished President and Commander, the late Major General Sir Isaac Brock, K.B. For this purpose it is intended to erect a Column on the summit of the Mountain near Queenston, a situation which from its commanding aspect but more particularly as the scene where the General in his spirited attempt to retrieve the frontier, yielded up in the cause of Upper Canada his latest breath, seems so appropriate... Subscriptions from the Midland District to be received by John Macaulay, Esq., Kingston.... Kingston Chronicle, March 15, 1822, p. 1

Brooks, John. At Medford, Massachusetts, on the 1st March, Hon. John Brooks, late Governor of Massachusetts, and father of the late Mrs. Stuart of this town, in the 73rd year of his age. Kingston Chronicle, March 25, 1825, p. 3

Brown, Claude S. On Monday, the 9th inst., after a short illness, Deputy Assistant Commissary Claude S. Brown, aged 28 years. Kingston Chronicle, July 13, 1821, p. 3

Brown, Daniel. [Notice.] Estate of Daniel Brown, Inn-Keeper, Town of Napanee. Executor, Maria Brown, wife. First published October 9th, 1823. Kingston Chronicle, October 10, 1823, p.3

Brown, Duncan. On Sunday, the 29th ult., Duncan Brown of Grand Island, aged 65 years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 7 June, 1825

Brown, John. Peterborough. On 4th inst., a man named John Brown, a native of Cumberland, England, was drowned at a milldam in Peterboro. He has left a gold watch, a quantity of baggage, and 82 pounds, 12 shillings, 3 pence in money. The money as been lodged in the York bank. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 24 September, 1830

Brown, John. John Brown of the 7th concession, township of Ernest Town, was gored to death by a bull on Sunday evening last. (Copied from Kingston Whig.) The Patriot, Toronto, 20 November, 1840

Brown, Mary and Richard buried November 26, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Brown, Thomas, Doctor. Died - on the 3rd April, at Brompton, England, in the 42nd year of his age, Dr. Thomas Brown, successor of Dugold Stewart as professor of moral philosophy in the university of Edinburgh. Kingston Chronicle, June 2, 1820, p. 3

Buchanan, Sarah. At Omagh, Ireland, aged 71 years, Mrs. Sarah Buchanan, mother of James Buchanan, Esq., British Consol at New York. Kingston Chronicle, July 5, 1822, p. 3

Buchette, Mrs. and baby, buried September 6, 1792, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Buck, Elizabeth. In the Township [of Kingston], on the 10th inst., Elizabeth Buck, aged 95 years. She has left eleven children; 85 grand-children; 27 great-grand-children and 5 great-great-grand-children, total 182. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 19, 1823, p. 3

Buell, Timothy. On Saturday, the 22nd of January last, at Brockville, Timothy Buell, third son of William Buell, Esquire of the same place, aged 19 years. Kingston Chronicle, March 3, 1820, p. 3

Bump, Alfred Caswell. In this Town, on Sunday last, after a short illness, Mr. Alfred Caswell Bump, a native of the U.S.A., aged 26 years. He has left a wife and three children. Kingston Chronicle, December 10, 1824, p. 3

Burgess, Benjamin. Buried 29 August, 1797, Benjamin Burgess of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Burgess, Thomas. At Bytown on 28th ult., Thomas Burgess, formerly of the Engineering Department of the Rideau Canal, aged 36. Bathurst Courier, Perth, 12 June, 1835

Burk, John. In this city [Three Rivers] on the 7th inst., Mr. John Burk, formerly of Upper Canada, of the Yellow Jaundice, after 30 years complaint. Aged 60 years and seven months. Kingston Gazette, July 29, 1817, p. 3

Burke, Joseph, buried May 24, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Burley, Freeman (1759-1838) was buried in what we call the Burley Grave Yard, Ernestown conc. III, lot 8. Susannah Burley, nee Weese, (born 1770) is also buried there. Source: Dr. H.C. Burleigh, "Loyalist Graves in the Bay of Quinte".

Burley, Lydia. At St. Eustache, County of York, District of Montreal, Lower Canada, on Monday the 10th inst., Miss Lydia Burley, second daughter of Emerson and Amable Burley, aged 31 years, 9 months, 3 days. She was a teacher. Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1825, p. 3

Burley, Samuel, buried August 26, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Burley, Sarah. At Waterloo [Cataraqui], on Sunday morning last, Sarah, wife of Emerson Burley, aged 44 years. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 21 Jan., 1840 (Tuesday)

Burley, Freeman, 1759-1838 - was buried in the Burley burial plot, Ernestown township concession III, lot 8. Source: Dr. H.C. Burleigh, "Loyalist Graves in the Bay of Quinte".

Burnett, Matthew. On Saturday evening last, four persons were drowned in Collin's Bay on a fishing expedition. They were Matthew Burnett, James Leakens, Joseph Silver, aged 16, and David Carr, aged 8. Burnett leaves a wife and two children. The Patriot, Toronto, Tuesday, 3 November, 1835

Burnett, Thomas. On Saturday last, Mr. Thomas Burnet [sic], aged 84. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 23, 1813, p. 3

Burnett, Thomas, Mrs. In the township of Kingston, on Tuesday the 19th ult., Mrs. Burnett, widow of the late Thomas Burnett, aged upwards of 80 years. Kingston Chronicle, March 1, 1822, p.3

Burnett, Thomas. At Montreal, on the 9th inst., after a long and lingering illness, Thomas Burnett, Esq., Engineer of the Lachine Canal, aged 50 years and 10 months, justly regretted by the Commissioners and all who had knowledge of his public worth. He was trained by the late Mr. Rennie and Mr. Telford, who recommended him to superintend the formation and execution of the Lachine Canal. He arrived in Canada in May, 1820. The great work is now far advanced to its completion and is a monument to Mr. Burnett. Kingston Chronicle, November 19, 1824, p. 3

Burns, Jane. At Niagara, on the 28th ult., Mrs. Jane Burns, relict of the late Rev. John Burns, aged 40 years. Kingston Chronicle, October 17, 1823, p. 3

Burns, John. At Niagara, on the 24th ult., the Rev. John Burns, Presbyterian Minister and teacher of the Public School at that place. Kingston Chronicle, March 22, 1822, p. 3

Burress, John. John Burress, one of the labourers on the locks of the Rideau Canal at Smith's Falls, was killed on 21st inst. Bathurst Courier, Perth, 30 Oct., 1835

Burt, Scott. A Coroners inquest was held on the body of Scott Burt, on Monday last. He was Engineer on board the Steam Boat Alciope, and dropped dead after he had come to shore to obtain medicine. (Copied from Niagara Herald.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, September 24, 1830

Burton, John. Buried 16 March, 1801, John Burton of Charlottenburgh. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Bush. Someone by that name buried August 14, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. Nothing further known.

Bush, John (son of). Two young men, one a son of John Bush, the other of Samuel Pruyne, both of Fredericksburgh, were drowned by skating into a crack in the ice on Monday last. (Copied from Picton Gazette.) The Patriot, Toronto, Tuesday, 8 March, 1842

Byrne, ?, Lieut. Died at Point Frederick on the 28th ult. [April], Lieut. Byrne of the King's Regiment, universally lamented. Kingston Gazette, May 4, 1813, p. 3

Caffrey, Phoebe. In this town [Kingston], on 28th ult., Phoebe, wife of Daniel Caffrey, aged 31. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 4 June, 1839

Cain, Francis, buried May 9, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Caine, Barnabas. Barnabas Caine of Fredericksburgh was interred 2 April, 1799. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Caine - see also Cain, Cane, Kane.

Caldwell, Joseph. At Port Hope on 28th December last, Joseph Caldwell, an U.E. Loyalist, aged upwards of 66 years. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, February 4, 1831

Caldwell, William Sr. Lately at Amherstburgh, William Caldwell Sen., Esq., former Captain in the late Butler's Rangers in which corp he served faithfully during the Rebellion of the American Colonies. Capt. Caldwell was also actively employed in the late contest with the United States, first as an Asst. Qr. Master General of Militia, and afterwards as a Superintendant of Indian affairs. Kingston Chronicle, March 15, 1822, p. 3

Calp, George, buried June 8, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Cameron, Alexander. Died - At Niagara, on Friday the 12th instant [June 12], Alexander Cameron, Esq., Barrister at Law, after a long and tedious illness. Kingston Chronicle, June 16, 1820, p. 3.

Cameron, Allan, buried February 18, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Cameron, Duncan (daughter of) At Williamstown, Glengary, on the 17th ult., the Lady of Duncan Cameron, Esq., M.P.P., of a daughter, still-born. Kingston Chronicle, March 2, 1827, p. 3

Cameron, Duncan Alexander. At Williamston [sic], Glengary, on the 27th ult., in the 6th year of his age, Duncan Alexander, eldest son of Duncan Cameron, Esq., M.P.P. Kingston Chronicle, May 11, 1827, p. 2

Cameron, Isabel. Isabel Cameron of Fredericksburgh was interred 14 Oct. 1796. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Cameron, John. On the 26th of November last at 40 Mile Creek, Niagara District, Mr. John Cameron, Government Printer, after a long illness. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 23, 1815, p. 3

Cameron, Samuel Hillyard. On 16th inst., at Warwick, near Kingston, Samuel Hillyard Cameron, aged 10 years, 4 months and 16 days, youngest son of Angus Cameron, Quarter Master of the 79th or Cameron Highlanders. The Patriot, Kingston, 22 March, 1831

Campbell, Alexander. The subscriber having obtained Probate of the last Will and Testament of the late Alexander Campbell, of Adolphustown, deceased, requests all those who have any claims on the Estate to render their accounts on or before the first day of October next... James Noxon, Acting Executor, Adolphustown, June 23rd, 1812. Kingston Gazette, June 23, 1812, p. 3

Campbell, Ilay. The late Sir Ilay Campbell... this venerable person ended his long and active life on the 28th March in the 89th year of his age. Kingston Chronicle, May 23, 1823, p. 3

Campbell, James, M.D. On Tuesday, 25 ult., at Kingston, Dr. James Campbell, aged 65 years. Dr. Campbell was a native of South Lincolnshire, England. He commenced practising his profession in 1798 at Hedon in Yorkshire. In the year 1824, he emigrated [sic] to Canada, residing in and near Montreal until 1836 when he removed to Kingston. The Transcript, Montreal, February 5, 1842

Cane, Catharine. Catharine, the wife of Josias Cane of Fredericksburgh was interred 28 March, 1803. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Cane, Josias. Josias Cane of Fredericksburgh was interred 28 Jan. 1805. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Canning, William Pitt (Hon.) Drowned on the island of Madeira on the 26th Sept. last, in the 29th year of his age, Captain the Hon. William Pitt Canning, R.N., eldest surviving son of the late Right Hon. George Canning. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 29, 1828, p. 2

Canon, Benjamin, buried Aug. 14th, 1797, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Carfrae, John. At York, on the 3d inst., aged 41, Mr. John Carfrae, Merchant. Kingston Chronicle, December 10, 1824, p. 3

Carpenter, Hastings. Notice is hereby given to all such as are in any wise indebted to the Estate of the late Hastings Carpenter, deceased, to make payment to the subscriber... on or before the fifth day of May next... David Henesey, Administrator, Ameliasburgh, 28th Feb., 1816. Kingston Gazette, March 9, 1816

Carr, David. - death, 1835, see BURNETT, Matthew

Carrol, Charlotte (child). On Saturday last, Charlotte, only daughter of Mr. Wm. Carrol, aged almost 3 years. Kingston Chronicle, September 15, 1826, p. 3

Carscallen, Dorothy. At Ernest Town on the morning of the 10th inst., aged 28 years, Mrs. Dorothy Carscallen, wife of Mr. Archibald Carscallen. She suffered a long and painful illness for three years. Kingston Gazette, April 26, 1817, p. 3

Carscallen, James. James, son of John and Esther Carscallen, was interred 21 March, 1790. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Carscallen, John - John Carscallen died August 18, 1828, age 75, and is buried in Camden township, it is believed in the plot known as "Hinch farm", conc. 1, lot 21. There is no stone. Source: Dr. H.C. Burleigh, "Loyalist Graves in the Bay of Quinte"

Carter, _____ [a person from the Carter family] buried September 21, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Carter, John. John Carter, a paraletic and asthmatical patient, perished when the Hospital in Kingston was burned down on Monday the 21st inst. The Observer, Cornwall, 25 December, 1835

Cartwright, Elizabeth, buried July 25, 1792, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Cartwright, Hannah, Mrs. buried Sept. 6, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Cartwright, Hannah. The death of Miss Hannah Cartwright, eldest daughter of Hon. Richard Cartwright of this place, who died on the night of the 21st inst. makes every reflection necessary that can paliate woe, not less distinguished for the many virtues of her mind than the accomplishments of her person she possessed the uncontrolled love of her parents and the universal esteem and respect of an extensive acquaintance. Kingston Gazette, December 26, 1812, p. 3

Cartwright, John. On the 23rd September at his home in Burton Crescent, London, John Cartwright. Had he lived to the 28th, he would have completed his 84th year. Kingston Chronicle, November 19, 1824, p. 3

Cartwright, Richard Sen'r, buried October 23, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. Monument in Cartwright enclosure reads: Richard Cartwright, Born in London, October 18, 1720, and his wife, Johanna Beasley, born in Albany, N.Y., May 9, 1726.

Cartwright, Richard. (Hon.) At Montreal on Thursday last, the 27t ult., Hon. Richard Cartwright of this town, aged 56 years. Kingston Gazette, August 1, 1815, p. 3

Cartwright, Richard (Hon.) ... Born at Albany. During the revolutionary war, from Loyalty to his King, he left the place of his birth and emigrated to Upper Canada. After the conclusion of the war, he entered into Co-partnership in trade with the Hon. Robert Hamilton of Queenston... and settled in the town of Kingston as a merchant. ... He was honourable and punctual... he allowed no obstacle to prevent him from a faithful attendance that Duty as a Member of the Legislature of this Province [required]. Whilst labouring under a disease where no hope remained.... he did not complain, but supported by the remembrance of a well-spent life patiently waited to resign his soul. Reader - - whilst lamenting the death of a worthy man - - follow his example. Kingston Gazette, Aug. 15, 1815, p. 3

Cartwright, Stephen. In this town on Monday morning last, after a lingering illness, Stephen Cartwright, son of the Hon. Richard Cartwright, aged 13 years and 6 months. Kingston Gazette, June 22, 1814, p. 2

Cartwright, Thomas R. Estate of the late Thomas R. Cartwright, Esq. Executor is John S. Cartwright. Kingston Chronicle, July 28, 1826

Cary, Thomas. At Quebec, on the 29th January ultima, Thomas Cary Senior, Esq., an old and respectable citizen of that place and for upwards of eighteen years the sole Editor of the Quebec Mercury, which he established and which he has ever since conducted with ability and advantage to the public. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 7, 1823, p. 3

Case, Hetty. At Belleville, U.C., on the evening of Saturday the 24th ult., Hetty, wife of Rev. William Case, General Superintendent pro tem of the M.E. Church in Canada. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 13 October, 1831

Cassady, Elizabeth, buried July 11, 1797, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Cassady, Henry, Mrs. Last night, Mrs. Cassady [sic], wife of Mr. Henry Cassady. Kingston Gazette, March 9, 1813, p. 3

Cassady, John, buried March 28, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Cassidy, Henry (infant). On Sunday, 10th inst., Henry David, infant son of Henry Cassedy [sic]. The Patriot, Kingston, 14 January, 1830

Chalmers, Elizabeth Petit. On Monday, 14th inst., at Trafalgar, aged 28 years, Elizabeth Petit, wife of George Chalmers. The Patriot, Toronto, 25 June, 1841

Chamberlain, Jacob B. (M.D.) Dr. Jacob B. Chamberlain of Fredericksburgh died in September, 1841 and was buried at Napanee. Source: Anglican Diocese of Ontario Archives, Kingston.

Chapman, John. On Sunday the 21st inst., Mr. John Chapman, aged 84 years. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 27, 1828, p. 3

Charters, George. Buried 7 September, 1789, George Charters of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Cheeseman, Richard. At St. Amand by a wound received by the accidental and careless discharge of a musket, Mr. Richard Cheeseman. Kingston Gazette, March 1, 1814, p. 4

Chesnut, Sarah. On Wed. last, Mrs. Sarah Chesnut [sic], wife of Mr. William Chesnut, Blacksmith. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 17, 1829, p. 3

Chisholm, Colin. James Hawley and Colin Chisholm were drowned on the 8th inst. when their canoe upset at the foot of Chaudiere Falls. They were extensively engaged in the lumber trade and leave young widows with families. The Patriot, Toronto, 1 July, 1836

Chittle, Amela. At Barriefield, on Tuesday, the 26th ult., Amelia, wife of Lieut. Chittle, R.V. Battalion, aged 34 years. Kingston Chronicle, March 8, 1822, p. 3

Christie, Brathwaite. At Belmont, on the 23 September, Captain Brathwaite Christie, late of the fifth Dragoon guards, son of Rear-Admiral Alexander Christie of Robertson in the county of Midlothian. Kingston Chronicle, November 19, 1824, p. 3

Church, Malachi. Malachi, son of Oliver and Jemima Church of Fredericksburgh was interred Feb. 16, 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Clancey. Someone of that name buried August 1st, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. Nothing further known.

Clapp, Benjamin. In Thurlow, on 5th March last, Benjamin Clapp, one of the first settlers on the Province, in the 60th year of his age. The Patriot, Toronto, 4 June, 1841

Clark, Alexander. On Thursday morning, 4th August, 1825, Alexander Clark in the 65th year of his age, Senior Captain of the 1st Regiment Lennox Militia. His father Hugh Clark fought at the Battle of Culloden in 1746, on the side of the King. [There is a longer account on page 1.] Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 6 September, 1825

Clark, Alexander, Lieutenant-Colonel. At Aberdeen, Scotland, on 25th July, Lt. Col. Alexander Clerk [sic], late of the 49th Regiment and on the half-pay of Glengarry (Canadian) Fencibles, and Knight of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order. Bathurst Courier, Perth, 21 October, 1836

Clark, Edward. Ernest Town, Feb. 17, 1819. Mr. Edward Clark, an aged and infirm man, in the third Concession, perished on Sunday night. He rose from the bed, and went to light his pipe at the fire, when he fell into it, and was burned to death. Mr. Fletcher is to preach his funeral sermon to-morrow. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 19, 1819

Clark, Elizabeth, 1819 - see Hay Bay Drownings.

Clark, Jemima. Jemima, wife of James Clark (A Judge of Mecklenburgh Court) was interred 21 Dec. 1788. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Clark, Hugh. Hugh, son of Alexander and Elizabeth Clark of Fredericksburgh, was interred 13 December, 1787. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Clark, I.W. On the 7th inst., on board the Emulous of Cape Chat, I.W. Clark, Esq., Deputy Commissary General. Kingston Chronicle, July 26, 1822, p. 3

Clark, James. At Louth, on the 27th inst., James Clark, Esq., Attorney at Law, lately Clerk to the Legislative Council. Kingston Chronicle, July 26, 1822, p. 3

Clark, John. The week before last (on a Sunday evening), John Clark, an old and respectable inhabitant of Haldimand township, was drowned while crossing in a small canoe from Adolphustown to the Stone Mills. He leaves a wife and a large family. (Copied from the Cobourg Star.) The Observer, Cornwall, 30 October, 1835

Clark, Margaret. Margaret Clark of Fredericksburgh was interred 2 Sept. 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Clark, Maria. Early in March at her father's residence, College St., Islington, Maria, relict of George Clark, and sister of S[h]ibley Forster of this town [Kingston]. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tues., 23 April, 1839

Clark, Mary. Mary, dau. of Alex. and Elizabeth Clark, Fredericksburgh, was interred 18 Oct. 1794. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Clark, Peter, buried January 15, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Clark, Robert. At Hope on the 11th inst., Mr. Robert Clark, son of R. Clark Esq. of Ernesttown, aged 36. He left a wife and 5 small children to lament his loss. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 23, 1813, p. 3

Clarke, Charles Alexander Mortimer (infant) At Belleville, on Tuesday, the 13th inst., Charles Alexander Mortimer, infant son of Charles Clarke, Esq., aged 5 weeks. Kingston Chronicle, March 30, 1827, p. 3

Clarke, Kate Henry (infant). At Kingston on 27th inst., Kate Henry, infant daughter of Assistant Commissary General Clarke, aged 14 days. Bathurst Courier, Perth, 10 April, 1835

Claus, James H. At the house of Mrs. Mary Chamberlain in Elizabethtown, on the 29th ult., Mr. James H. Claus, age 18 years, late of Niagara. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 17, 1824, p. 3

Claus, Julia Caroline. At Niagara, the 11th ult., in the 25th year of her age, Julia Caroline, youngest surviving daughter of the late Hon. William Claus... Kingston Chronicle, March 2, 1827, p. 3

Claus, [William], Colonel. On the 11th inst., at Niagara, aged 63 years, the Hon. Col. Claus, Superintendent General of Indian Affairs and Member of the Executive and Legislative Council of this Province. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 17, 1826, p. 3

Clowes, Mary. At Green Bay (Adolphustown) on Monday last, Mary, daughter of the late Samuel Clowes, Esq., aged 36. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 27, 1828, p. 2

Clowes, Samuel. At Hog's Back, near ByTown on the 14th inst., Samuel Clwes Sr., Esq., Civil Engineer, U.C., aged 62. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 27, 1828, p. 2

Cole, Mary, 1819 - see Hay Bay Drownings.

Coleman, Harriot Roxzana [infant]. At Belleville, Upper Canada, on Tuesday October 1, Harriot Roxzana, daughter of Thomas Coleman, Esq., aged 1 year and 7 days. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 12, 1816, p. 3

Coleman, Sarah Ann. On Tuesday Evening, the 18th Feb., in childbed, Sarah Ann Coleman, wife of Thomas Coleman, Esq., of Belleville, Upper Canada, and daughter of Maj. John Everitt of Kingston. The female child of which she was delivered is likely to survive. (Communicated.) Kingston Gazette, March 8, 1817, p. 3

Coleman, Thomas Earle. On the 1st Dec., Thomas Earle, eldest son of Capt. Thos. Coleman of Belleville Park, Upper Canada, a child of near four years old. - Communicated. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 7, 1821, p. 3

Collins, Ambrose. Drowned -- In Gananoque River on the 18th of April last, Ambrose Collins, a hatter by profession. His body was found on the 10th inst. Kingston Gazette, May 17, 1817 (Supplement), p. 3

Collins, Phebe Fowler (infant). At Ernest Town, on Thursday, Feb'y 26th, Phebe Fowler Collins, daughter of Christopher F. Collins, aged 1 year, 11 months and 6 days. Kingston Chronicle, March 14th, 1829

Colls, George, M.D. At Fort Erie in the 45th year of his age, Dr. George Colls, Royal Navy. Dr. Colls came to Canada with a detachment of the Royal Navy in 1816, and served at Kingston Dock Yard as a Surgeon until the reduction of the Yard in 1834. The Patriot, Toronto, 10 January, 1837

Coltman, John (of Quebec). At Portneuf, Lower Canada, John Coltman, Esq., of the House of Coltmans & Hale, of Quebec, in consequence of being crushed by a piece of timber which was putting on board a vessel loading at Portneuf. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 12, 1812, p. 3

Conger, Nancy, wife of Peter Conger, died March 20, 1799, age 30y 9m. Old stone in Stinson Cemetery, Hallowell twp., Prince Edward County.

Conger, Obadiah. On Thusday last, Mr. Obadiah Conger, formerly of Hanford, Onieda County, State of New York, aged 45. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 3, 1823, p. 3

Conner, David, daughter of. On Monday last a fine child about ten years of age, the daughter of Mr. David Conner of this Township [Kingston?] was unfortunately burnt to death by her clothes catching on fire. Mr. and Mrs. Conner had gone from home and in their absence, their daughter was staying with her aunt, Mrs. Dennis Hogan, who resides in the 6th Concession. Mrs. Hogan was employed in making [maple] sugar and had left the house with a child of her own in charge of her niece, who when the fatal accident occurred was attempting to place on the fire a kettle of water. Kingston Chronicle, April 19, 1822, p. 3

Cooper, Elvira. On the evening of the 23rd December last, at Cinncinnati, Miss Elvira Cooper, step-daughter of William Lomon, Esquire of that town. She died suddenly while dressing for her wedding.

Corby Family. Belleville - The wife and three sons of Mr. Corby, baker, were drowned when the sleigh in which they were driving went through the ice between Belleville and Fairman's Island on the 27th [or 17th? print illegible]. Mr. Corby came from London about three years ago. His three sons were named Henry, James and Charles. (Copied from Belleville paper dated 29th December, 1835.)

Cotter, James. James Cotter of Fredericksburgh was interred 20 April 1796. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Cotter, Lucretia, died April 22, 1804. Old stone, Lazier/Cronk Burial Ground, Sophiasburgh.

Cotter, Richard. Richard Cotter of Fredericksburgh was interred 13 Feb. 1791. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Cotton, Luther. On Monday, 29th Sept., in the Township of Sidney, at the home of Mr. Charles Bonisteel, Mr. Luther Cotton, carpenter, aged about 50. He left a wife and family in the Township of Hull on the Ottawa River while enroute to visit several brothers in the Township of Stamford. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 4, 1828, p. 3

Couche, John Rudolphe. John Rudolphe Couche was murdered in the township of Camden on August 15th by William Kain, of the same township. Mrs. Rebecca Couche, his widow. The Patriot, Kingston, Tuesday, 17 August, 1830

Couche, Rudolph. On Sunday evening a murder was committed in the Township of Camden on the person of John Rodolph [sic], a German, who was found shot within a few feet of his own door. One William Kain was immediately suspected, and upon being apprehended, confessed the fact. He was committed to prison yesterday and will take his trial at the approaching Assizes. (Reprinted from the Kingston Herald.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 20 August, 1830 (Friday)

Coulson, George. George Coulson, a black man, was found dead in the street last Thursday. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 4 June, 1839

Counter, Hannah (infant). On Monday last, Hannah, infant daughter of John Counter. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, October 8, 1830

Counter, John Sr. [On Sunday last] John Counter Senior, aged 52. Kingston Chronicle, September 15, 1825, p. 3

Counter, John (infant). On the 4th inst., John, infant son of Mr. John Counter, aged 9 months. Kingston Chronicle, August 11, 1826, p. 3

Coward, J. (Mrs.). At Kingston on 27th ult., Mrs. Coward, wife of J. Coward, aged 45 years. The Transcript, Montreal, 8 November, 1842

Coxe, Michael, buried April 24, 1797, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Coyle, Michael. On Thursday morning, Mr. Michael Coyle, belonging to this town. Kingston Chronicle, May 20, 1825, p. 3.

Coyle, Michael. On Thursday, the 19th inst., Michael Coyle. Copied from Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, May 24, 1825. At Kingston, on 19th inst., Michael Coyle, late conductor of His Majesty' Stores from Kingston the right division of the Army during the war with the United States. He was a native of the Parish of Aughmeelin, County Monaghan, Ireland, of a very respectable family. [Unidentified paper, May 31, 1825]

Craig, Nathaniel. CASUALTY - On Saturday, a small skiff containing five persons was accidentally upset off Point Henry, and three of the unfortunate men drowned, viz. a person named Ross, and his son, and a soldier, name of Craig. Ross's second son and a soldier were saved. The bodies of John Ross and Nathaniel Craig were later found. Kingston Chronicle, May 27, 1825, p. 3

Crawford, Bryan. Notice -- all persons having any demands against the Estate of the late Bryan Crawford, Esq., of Adolphustown, deceased are hereby requested to produce their claims, duly authenticated -- also all persons indebted to the said Estate are hereby requested to make immediate payment to William Alexander Grant, Executor. Kingston, July 19, 1817. Kingston Gazette, November 4, 1817, p. 4

Crawford, Martha. Martha Crawford of Fredericksburgh was interred 21 August 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Creighton, James. At New York, on the 18th ult., aged 70 years, James Creighon Esq., many years one of His Majesty's Judges of the Court of King's Bench of the Island of Dominica. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 1, 1822, p. 3

Cromie, ?, Lieutenant. Lt. Cromie, of the Royal Engineers, died yesterday afternoon as the result of being thrown from his carriage against a wall. The Patriot, Kingston, 14 January, 1830

Cronk, Solomon. In Cambridge (N.Y.), Solomon Cronk as the result of a cut with a sythe. [sic] He had married two wives and lived with each of them alternately a week at a time, and by each of whom he had 13 children. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 2, 1815, p. 3

Cronkhite, Johannes - see Fairman, Lydia

Cronkhite, Mareikia. Buried 11 October, 1803, Mareikia Cronkhite of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Crookshank, Jane. On Wednesday, the 27th August, at the residence of Mr. Thomas O'Farrel, in the Town of Kingston, U.C., Jane, relict of Mr. Wm. Crookshank, late of Belfast, Ireland, aged 38 years. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 6, 1828, p. 3

Cross, Levi. In this town [Kingston] on Saturday, the 29th ult., of the Small Pox, Mr. Levi Cross, aged twenty-two years. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 4, 1820, pg. 3. Notice - The CoPartnership heretofore existing between Joseph and Levi Cross, Shoemakers, having been dissolved on the 29th January, 1820, by the death of Levi Cross, all persons indebted to the above firm are hereby called upon to make payment... Joseph Cross, Kingston, Feb. 8, 1820. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 11, 1820, pg. 3

Cross, Mila. On Thursday Morning of the Small Pox, Mrs. Mila Cross, wife of John Cross, aged 22 years. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 11, 1820, pg. 3

Cumming, James. At Hallowell, on the 25th ult., in the 42nd year of his age, Mr. James Cumming, lamented by his family and relatives and regretted by all who knew him as a mercantile character [sic], he was justly esteemed for ... probity in all his dealings, and in domestic life admired as a kind and attentive husband, a tender and affectionate parent. Kingston Gazette, October 14, 1817, p. 3

Cumming, James. Notice - All persons indebted to the Estate of the late James Cumming, late of Hallowell, deceased, are requested to call without delay and settle the same with Mr. James McGregor... John Cumming and Wm. Mitchell, Executors, Kingston, Oct. 27, 1817. Reprinted in Kingston Chronicle, March 19, 1819

Cumming, John. Suddenly, on Sunday the 9th inst., John, eldest son of John Cumming Esq. aged 8 years and 10 months. Kingston Chronicle, January 14, 1820

Cumming, Mary, buried January 5, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Cummings, Archibald. Archibald Cummins [sic] was drowned in Chippewa bay, 11th January. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 28 January, 1831

Cummings, Thomas. Suddenly, at Chippawa, on Monday the 3d inst., Thomas Cummings Esq., of that place. -- Mr. Cummings was one of the first settlers in this province, having joined the Royal Standard during the Revolutionary War and served in Butler's rangers. He died universally regretted. Kingston Chronicle, March 21, 1823, p. 3

Cunningham, John. On Monday the 11th last, a man named John Cunningham, servant to Mr. Justice Boulton, fell from the Steam Boat Charlotte, while lying at the Carrying Place, and was drowned. (Copied from Upper Canada Herald) Kingston Chronicle, October 22, 1819, p. 3

Cushion, Catharine. Catharine, wife of James Cushion of Marysburgh was interred 6 Oct. 1793. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Dafoe, Mary. Mary Dafoe of Fredericksburgh was interred 12 Aug. 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Dailey, John. On Thursday evening, the 31st ult., Mr. John Dailey, aged 70 years. Kingston Chronicle, June 8, 1821, p. 3

Dale, William of the 41st Regiment was buried April 4, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Dalziell, Alexander. In this town, on Sunday last, Alexander Dalziell, stone cutter, aged 48. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 21 January, 1831

Darius, Eliza Ann (child). At Ernesttown, on Tuesday the 5th of Sept., Eliza Ann, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Darius and Martha Fisk, in the eleventh year of her age. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 15, 1826, p. 3

Darley, Ann, buried October 25, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Darling, Benjamin. At Hillier, on the 12th inst., Mr. Benjamin Darling. Kingston Chronicle, August 23, 1828, p. 3

Davenport, Henry. Died - Lately at Amherstburgh, Mr. Henry Davenport, late Acting Purser of His Majesty's Ship Niagara, on Lake Ontario. Kingston Chronicle, June 16, 1820, p. 3.

Davenport, Mary, buried March 2, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Davern, Daniel. At Adolphustown on 21st inst., Daniel Davern. The Patriot, Kingston, Thursday, 25 February, 1830

David, David. At Montreal, on the 30th ult., David David, Esq. [sic], aged 60 years. Kingston Chronicle, December 10, 1824, p. 3

Davidson, Janet. At Edinburgh, on the 20th July, Janet, fourth daughter of Samuel Davidson, Esq. and sister of Mrs. Dr. Marshall, of this town [Kingston]. Kingston Chronicle, October 15, 1819, p. 3

Davidson, Samuel. On Wednesday last, Samuel Davidson of the Commissariat Department, aged 42. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 8 November, 1825

Davis, Jane. At Richmond, on Sunday, January 27th, Jane, wife of Andrew Davis, formerly of Adolphustown, in the 35th year of her age. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 12 February, 1839

Davison, Hannah. Buried 6 June, 1805, Hannah, wife of John Davison of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Davy - see also Devey.

Davy, Jacob. Buried 25 September, 1800, Jacob, son of Petrus and Maria Davy of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Davy, Mary. Buried 22 September 1793, Mary, daughter of Johannes and Sophia Davy of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Davy, Sarah (infant) On the 26th ult. [June], Sarah, infant daughter of Mr. Peter Davy of Bath, aged 14 months. Kingston Chronicle, July 21, 1826, p. 2

Davy, William Rombough. Buried 15 August, 1803, William Rombough, son of Johannes and Sophia Davy of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Dawson, Barnabas. In this town on Sunday evening last, Barnabas, son of Mr. John Dawson, tailor, aged 3 years and 7 months. Kingston Chronicle, April 4, 1823, p. 3

Dawson, Jerusha. Sacred to the memory of Jerusha Dawson, wife of John Dawson of Kingston and Daughter of Barnabas Wartman, who departed this life December 17, 1820, aged 22 years. Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Deacon, Isabella. On Wednesday, the 5th inst., Isabella, daughter of Mr. Thomas Deacon, aged three years. Kingston Chronicle, March 14, 1823, p. 3

Deacon, Margaret. On Wednesday evening Margaret, wife of Thomas Deacon, aged 36. The Patriot, Kingston, Tuesday, 15 June, 1830

Deacon, Margaret (infant). On 24th ult., Margaret, daughter of T. Deacon, 12 months. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 8 October, 1830

Decareau. A person by that name buried February 26, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Demill, Anthony. Died in this town [Kingston] on Sunday last, Mr. Anthony Demill, aged 62. Kingston Gazette, January 23, 1813, p. 3

Demorest, Jinney. Jinney, dau. of Jacobus and Mareikia Demorest of Fredericksburgh was interred 10 March, 1794. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Dempsey, James. A few days ago, James Demsey [sic], an Irishman, was washed from on board the William IV Steamboat as she was leaving the harbour of this place [Cobourg] and drowned. In Ireland, he headed a notorious gang of White feet [sic] in the Queen's County, we are told, whose ferocity and daring had long been the terror of the neighbourhood. (Copied from Cobourg Star.) Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 13 December (Thurs.), 1832

Dempsey, Michael. On the 27th July, at Ten Island, 85 miles southeast of Huntsville (M.T.) on Coosa River, Michael Dempsey, an Irishman, who had a store of goods at that place amounting to about 4000 dollars. It is said he has a son about 4 years old in the state of South Carolina and two brothers in the City of New York. Kingston Gazette, October 21, 1817, p. 3

Denike, Andrew, child of, buried September 27, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

DePurbeck infant, buried August 4,1792, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

DelaSalaberry, Charles Michel, Lieut.-Colonel. At Chambly on the 29th of Feb., the Hon. Charles Michel DelaSalaberry, Esq., Lieut.-Colonel in his Majesty's Army, Knight Companion of the Most Honorable Military Order of the Bath, Member of the Legislative Council of the Province of Lower Canada, Seignor of [Beaulieu] etc., aged 50 years. This distinguished officer commanded the Canadian Voltigeur Regiment at the memorable defeat of the American army at Chateauguay the 26th of October, 1813. Kingston Chronicle, March 14, 1829, p. 3

Detlor, George. George, son of Valentine and Catherine Detlor of Fredericksburgh was interred 2 July, 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Detlor, Jane, 1819 - see Hay Bay Drownings

Detlor, Mary, 1819 - see Hay Bay Drownings

Devey, Peter. Buried 7 September, 1790, Peter Devey [sic - likely Davy] of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Dickson, John Alexander. At Queenston, on Wednesday, the 18th inst., John Alexander Dickson, son of Thomas Dickson, Esq., aged 2 years. Kingston Chronicle, August 3, 1821, p. 3

Dickson, Robert. At Drummond's Island on the 20th ult., Col. Robert Dickson, aged 55 years, late superintendant of the Western Indian Nations in his Britannic Majesty's service. He was a native of Dumfries, Scotland and emigrated to Canada 40 years ago. Most of his life has been spent among the Indians as a trader in a time of peace. [More details in paper.] Copied from the York Weekly Register. Kingston Chronicle, August 15, 1823, p. 3

Dickson, Thomas. At Queenston, on Wednesday, the 19th ult., Thomas Dickson, Esq., Colonel of Militia and Collector of Customs at that port, in the 50th year of his age. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 11, 1824, p. 3

Digneau, John Baptist, buried August 4, 1803. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Dingman, Adam. ...three men lately perished in the township of Percy. One McDonnell died suddenly in a Shanty on Wednesday night, the twenty-ninth of December. The other two, named Alex. La Fontang and Adam Dingman, together with a number of other Shanty men...afterwards left the Shanty with the intention of proceeding to the nearest house, which was one Robinson's, a distance of twenty miles. ...The verdict of the Coroner's inquest was that they came by their death by means of the severity of the weather. (Copied from Upper Canada Herald.) Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1820, p. 3

Donoghue, Michael. On Friday last, Michael Donoghue of Richmond, while on the road to Kingston, fell from his cart and was killed. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 17 Dec., 1839

Dorland, D.B. At Ameliasburgh on the 27th ultimo, D.B. Dorland, Esq., aged 36 years. Kingston Chronicle, May 4, 1821, p. 3

Douglas, Janet. In the city of St. John, New Brunswick, on 28th ult., at the residence of her son in law, C. Ward, President of the Commercial Bank, N. B., Janet, relict of the late James Douglas, Wigton, Scotland, and mother of Mrs. John Roy of this town [Kingston]. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 25 June, 1839

Douglass, George. Died on Friday evening the 17th inst., Mr. George Douglass, merchant of this town [Kingston], aged 38 years. Kingston Chronicle, September 24, 1819, p. 3

Dowling, William. On Sunday the 19th inst., in the Township of Kingston, Mr. William Dowling, aged 33 years. Kingston Chronicle, December 24, 1824, p. 3

Doyle, John. On Sunday last, John Doyle, 19 years of age, an assistant in Mr. Stegman's store, was drowned in the Bay of this town when a sailboat upset. This is the first accident of the kind that occurred in this Bay we believe for 6 or 7 years. He was the son of a widow, who lost her husband a few years ago by a similar accident upon this Lake. (Reprinted from Canadian Freeman, York, U.C.) Found in Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 5 July, 1825

Ducheinay, Antoine Louis Juchereau. At Beauport, Lower Canada, on Monday the 17th Feb., the Hon. Antoine Lopuis Juchereau Ducheinay, one of his Majesty's Legislative and Executive Councillors for Lower Canada. Kingston Chronicle, March 4, 1825, p. 3

Dugall, Phebe. Phebe Dugall of Fredericksburgh was interred 19 May, 1797. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Dulmage, Samuel. In this town, on Tuesday last, aged 14 years, Master Samuel Dulmage, eldest son of Mr. Elias Dulmage, as the result of an accident. This is the seventh child the afflicted parents have lost. Kingston Gazette, March 16, 1816, p. 3, c. 3

Dumaurier. The celebrated General Dumorier [sic] at Henley, near London, on 14th March, aged 84 years. Kingston Chronicle, May 23, 1823, p. 3

Dunbar, Alexander. At Waterloo*, near Kingston, on 3d March, at the advanced age of 87 years, Mr. Alexander Dunbar, a native of Scotland. He was at the taking of Quebec under General Wolfe, and at that time belonged to the Grenadier Company of the gallant Reg. known by the name of the Fraser's Highlanders. Kingston Chronicle, March 30, 1821, p. 3. * Waterloo was later re-named Cataraqui.

Dunham, Darius, Rev. At Fredericksburgh, Tuesday, 13th inst., the Rev. Darius Dunham, aged 63 years and 6 months. He was interred on Thursday the 15th inst. in the burial ground attached to the New Chapel, near Mr. Switzer's, a very appropriate sermon was preached by Rev. Augustus Shorts. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 20 September, 1825

Dunious, Margaret. Buried 11 October 1795, Margaret, dau. of Chehan Martin and Ruth Dunious of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Dunlop, Crawford. Rideau Canal - At the Isthmus, Rideau Canal, on the 26th ult., Crawford Dunlop, Clerk in the Engineer Department. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 17 September, 1830

Dunn, Terrence, buried March 27, 1797, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Dupre, Le Compte, Colonel. In this City [Montreal?], in his 90th year Col. Le Compte Dupre, of the 1st Battalion of Quebec Militia. He was second in Command of the Canadian Militia during the Siege and Blockade of this City by the Rebels in the winter of 1775-6. His funeral service was performed this forenoon in the Chapel of the Seminary and his remains were afterwards conveyed on board the Lauzon Steam Boat to St. Francois on the Island of Orleans, where they are to be interred. Copied from the Montreal Herald. Kingston Chronicle, May 19, 1820, p. 3, col. 4

Dusenberry, James. Ernest Town, Feb. 17, 1819. On Sunday, two men (Sarraizin, the cooper and James Dusenberry) who had been from the Mill Creek over to Fish Point, and were returning in a double sleigh drawn by one horse, drove into a crack about a third of the distance over, where the ice had parted twenty or thirty feet and the water was skimmed over with ice of the preceding night's freezing. The horse and sleigh are supposed to have gone down instantly; but the men remained on the surface until their cries had alarmed a man on the island and another on shore, who ran to their assistance.......but before they could reach them, they went down. The bottom was raked on Monday and the bodies, horse and sleigh drawn up in twenty fathoms of water. Mr. Fletcher delivered one of the most pathetic sermons to which I ever listened. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 19, 1819

Dusenbery, Phebe. Buried 19 February, 1794, Phebe, daughter of John and Eleanor Dusenbery of Fredericksburgh. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Earl, Anna. On Tuesday, the 17th inst., after a sad and severe illness, Mrs. Anna Earl, wife of Capt. Hugh Earl of this town and sister of the late Mrs. Magdalen Ferguson, aged 45 years and three days. Kingston Gazette, February 24, 1818, p. 3

Earl, Margaret Ann. At Kingston on Saturday 22nd ult., Margaret Ann, daughter of Captain Hugh Earl, aged 20. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 3 November (Thursday), 1831

Earl, Mary. At the house of the Honourable Thomas Clark, on Monday morning last, Miss Mary Earl, about 18 years of age. Miss Earl was the eldest daughter of Mr. Hugh Earl of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, April 12, 1820, p. 3, col. 4 [More about her character in source.]

Edgar, Robert John. At Honduras, on the 26 July [1824?], Robert John Edgar who lately held the rank of Captain in his Majesty's Army. Having fallen in with some agents of McGregor, he was induced to sell his commission and went out to the Land of Promise in Albion. The first prelude to his anticipated felicity was the drowning of five of his companions in attempting to cross the Black River Bar. At Honduras, he and his wife, who still lives, lived at the expense of Marshall Bennet. After his death, he was interred at public expense. Kingston Chronicle, December 3, 1824, p. 3

Edgecombe, Thos. On Saturday night, the 27th ult., of a rapid decline originating in his Exertions at the late fire on the premises of Mr. Robert Orkney, & hastened by a subsequent Attack of the measles, Thos. Edgecombe, Esq., age 28. Mr. Edgecombe had been appointed a Purser in the Royal Navy at the early age of 18.... He has left a widow and child to mourne their loss. (Quebec, April 1) Kingston Chronicle, April 9, 1819

Ellice, Simeon. Drowned at the river Trent, on the 24th inst., in crossing the river in a scow, Simeon Ellice of Belleville in the township of Thurlow, a shoemaker. Kingston Gazette, July 1, 1817, p. 3

Ellis, James. In England, Captain James Ellis, aged 79 years, the oldest commander in the Navy. He was wounded in June, 1783 in the action between the Belle Poule and the Arethusa, and subsequently commanded the Orestes. Kingston Chronicle, December 24, 1824, p. 3

Ellis, John. At Hallowell on Saturday, the 5th inst., John Ellis, aged 63. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 15 March, 1825

Ellis, John. On Saturday the 5th inst., at Hallowell, Mr. John Ellis, aged 23 years. Kingston Chronicle, March 18, 1825, p. 3

Ellison, Thomas W. On the 4th inst., Thomas W. Ellison, a native of Castlebar, Ireland, aged 28 years. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 13 August, 1830

Emmons, Eli. In this town [Kingston] on Sunday morning last, very suddenly, Mr. Eli Emmons, aged 41 years. Kingston Gazette, January 18, 1817, p. 3

Empey, Catharine, daughter of T. and Mary Empey, died Aug. 3, 1805, age 2y 5m 8d. Old stone in Fourth Line Cemetery, Ernestown township.

Empey, Christianne. At Osnabruck, on Saturday, 13th inst., Christianne relict of the late Christopher Empey, in the 74th year of her age. The Observer, Cornwall, 15 August, 1836

Estlestine, Henry. Buried 24 March, 1793, Henry, son of Petrus and Christeen Estlestine [sic - likely Asselstine] of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Old Lutheran Burial Ground, now Union Cemetery.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Evans. A child of Serjeant Evans was buried October 9, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Evans, John. On the 6th, John Evans, an emigrant, late from Ireland. Kingston Chronicle, October 8, 1819, p. 3

Everitt, John (Major). On Tuesday, 28th ult., Major John Everitt, aged 82 years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 5 July, 1825 (Tues.)

Fackery, William, buried November 17, 1800, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Thackery?]

Fairfield, Clara. In Ernest Town on the 12th inst., Miss Clara Fairfield, aged 18 years, eldest daughter of Benjamin Fairfield, Esq., one of the Members of Parliament. Kingston Gazette, April 20, 1816, p. 3

Fairfield, Elizabeth. Buried 14 October, 1803, Elizabeth, wife of William Fairfield Jr. of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Fairfield, William. At his house in Ernest Town, on Tuesday the [6th] of February instant, in the 47th year of his age, Wm. Fairfield, Esq. after a confinement of 9 days, with a bilious fever, accompanied by an inflamation of the liver. Mr. Fairfield has left a widow and seven children to mourn their irreparable loss. This is the first link that has been broken in a family chain of twelve brothers and sisters, all arrived at years of maturity. ... He was engaged in mercantile business, both in the village of Ernest Town and the town of Kingston. He was one of the Commissioners for expending the public money on the roads. Formerly he was a member of Provincial Parliament... As a magistrate and a man, he was characterized by intelligence, impartiality, independence of mind and liberality of sentiments. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 10, 1816, p. 3

Fairfield, William. All persons indebted to the late William Fairfield, Esq. and the subscriber, under the firm of BENJAMIN FAIRFIELD AND CO., at Ernest Town, or in the name of William Fairfield at Kingston are requested to settle their accounts... Benjamin Fairfield, Ernest Town, March 12, 1816. Kingston Gazette, March 16, 1816

Fairman, Lydia. Buried 8 July, 1805, Lydia, dau. of Catharine Fairman [of] Amherst Island, by Johannes Cronkhite as was supposed. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Farrier, John. All persons having claims against the Estate of John Farrier, late of Kingston, deceased, are requested to present them to the subscriber duly authenticated, for payment and all who are indebted to the said estate are desired to make payment immediately. P. J. Fitch, Acting Enumerator, Kingston, Oct. 28, 1816. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 16, 1816

Fawcett, George. On Wednesday, 12th inst., George Fawcett, aged 38 years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 18 October, 1825

Ferguson, John W. (wife of). At Adolphustown on 8th inst., the wife of John W. Ferguson. [entire notice] Bathurst Courier, Perth, 20 Feb., 1835

Ferguson, Magdalen. At midnight last night, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with uncommon fortitude, Mrs. Magdalen Ferguson, wife of John Ferguson Esq., of this town [Kingston] aged 54 years, 8 months and 19 days. Kingston Gazette, January 20, 1818, p. 3

Ferguson, Thomas. On Monday morning, Mr. Thos. Ferguson, butcher, of this town [Kingston]. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 10, 1829, p. 2

Fern, Alexander John. On Saturday last, Alexander John, youngest son of A. J. Fern, aged 16 months and 14 days. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, October 8, 1830

Fielding, Katy. Katy, dau. of William and Datreen Fielding of Fredericksburgh, was interred 7 Oc.t 1797. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Fikes, Phebe. Phebe, wife of Peter Fikes of Fredericksburgh was interred 3 April, 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Finkle, George. George Finkle of Fredericksburgh was interred 29 March, 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Finkle, John. Buried 25 October, 1795, John, son of Henry and Lucretia Finkle of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Finkle, Mary Ann. Buried 15 October, 1793, Mary Ann, daughter of Henry and Lucretia Finkle of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Fish, William. At Kempville [sic] on the night of the 13th inst., Captain William Fish, aged 43, a native of England and formerly an officer in the British Provincial Navy on Lake Ontario. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 11, 1822, p.3

Fisher, Alexander, Judge. At an advanced age* on 23rd inst., at his residence in Adolphustown, Alexander Fisher, for many years Judge of the District Court. The Patriot, Kingston, Thursday, 25 May, 1830. *William D. Reid calculated Judge Fisher's age as 74.

Fisher, Finlay. In this City, yesterday afternoon, after a short illness, Mr. Finlay Fisher, Schoolmaster, aged 62, much and justly regretted. Mr. Fisher was one of those meritorious characters who discharged the various and important duties of a Teacher of youth...his name will be dear to all who have acquainted with him, and his memory will be long cherished... Kingston Chronicle, Friday, Jan. 29, 1819

Fisher, Matilda (infant) At Hallowell on the 4th inst., Matilda, infant daughter of Mr. Isaac Fisher of the said place, aged 2 years, 3 months and 12 days. Kingston Chronicle, July 21, 1826, p. 2

Fisk, Eliza Ann At Ernesttown, on Tuesday the 5th of September, Eliza Ann, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Darius and Martha Fisk, in the 11th year of her age. Kingston Chronicle, September 15th, 1826, p. 3

Fisk, Harriet. On Thursday the 9th inst., Harriet, daughter of Mr. John Fisk, aged 12 months and 2 days. Kingston Chronicle, October 17, 1823, p. 3

Fitchett, Peggy. Peggy Rombough, dau. of James and Elizabeth Fitchett was interred 18 Nov. 1803. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Fleming, John (41st Regt.) , buried August 26, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Fleming, Thomas, Mrs. We regret to learn that Mrs. Thomas Fleming of the township of Hillier, died last week. (Copied from the Kingston Herald.) Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 11 July, 1833

Flemming, David, M.D. In this town on Wednesday last, very suddenly, Dr. David Flemming of the Medical Staff, aged about 76 years. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 5, 1815, p. 3

Flock, Mary, Mrs. Last evening, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Mary Flock, age 42. Kingston Chronicle, July 14,1826, p. 2

Floyd, Henry. In Brockville, Nov. 5th, Henry Floyd, a native of Africa. He was, by his own account, near 100 years of age. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 12 November, 1830

Foley, John. In Ernesttown on the 16th inst., Mr. John Foley, aged 21 years, due to a careless accident with his gun. Kingston Gazette, August 22, 1815, p. 3

Fornyea, ?, Mrs. At Leeds [county] on the 2nd inst., Mrs. Fornyea, aged 74 years. Kingston Chronicle, March 22, 1822, p. 3

Forneyea, Christopher. Died in this Town [Kingston] on Friday, the 27th ult., Mr. Christopher Forneyea, aged 70. Kingston Gazette, September 7, 1813, p. 3

Forrest, John (infant). In this town on Monday, John, son of Robt. Forrest, aged 2 years. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 3 December, 1830

Forsyth, George, buried July 26 and Ann Forsyth August 1, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Forsyth. A Child of Joseph Forsyth, Esq., was buried August 7, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Forsyth, Joseph. On Monday afternoon, Joseph Forsyth Esq., Collector of the Customs. He was one of the oldest settlers of this place and ever maintained the character of an upright and reputable merchant. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 23, 1813, p. 3

Fortier, P.M. On 5th Dec., at Dover, River Thames, Captain P.M. Fortier, late Captain of the Provincial Navy, aged about 70 years. He had been forty years in His Majesty's Service as an officer on the Lakes. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 17, 1823, p. 3

Forward, [Joanna Fairfield] (Mrs.) [On Monday last] at Bath, Mrs. Forward, wife of Doctor [Lester H.] Forward. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 27, 1828, p. 3

Foster, Alexander Sutton (infant). On the 7th inst., aged 3 weeks, Alexander Sutton, infant son of Lieut. Colonel Foster, Assistant Adjutant General. Kingston Gazette, August 11, 1818, p. 3

Foster, Elizabeth. At Quebec on the 10th inst., Elizabeth, wife of Lieut. Col. Foster, Assistant Adjutant General to the Froces, aged 58 years. Kingston Chronicle, Aug. 23, 1828, p. 3

Fowler, George. At Quebec, on the 21st inst., deeply and deservedly regretted, Capt. George Fowler, in the 55th year of his age, and for many years employed on the Staff of the Army in Canada, as Deputy Quarter Master General. Kingston Chronicle, April 28, 1822, p. 3

Fowler, Henry. Died on Monday morning the 3rd inst., Mr. Henry Fowler, Merchant Tailor, aged 40 years. Kingston Chronicle, July 7, 1820, p. 3. All persons indebted to the Estate of the late Henry Fowler, of Kingston, Tailor are required to settle same... Ann Fowler. Who offers for Sale the remaining Stock for cash.... Kingston, July 20th, 1820. Kingston Chronicle, July 21, 1820, p. 3

Fox, Margaret, child of, buried August 7, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Fox, W.H., died August 7, 1806, age 3 years. Stone in Old Boulter Cemetery, Sophiasburgh.

Fox, W.H., died December 17, 1806. Old marker moved from a farm on Green Point to the Old Boulter Cemetery, Sophiasburgh.

Fralick, ? We understand that on Saturday last, several young men from Drummondville went to bathe in the [Niagara] River near the Falls, when one of them, a lad named Fralick, aged 18 years, a son of Mrs. Fralick who keeps a tavern in that vicinity, was swept over the Falls. (Copied from the Hamilton Express.) The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 23 July, 1839

Fralick, Christopher. Notice - All persons are cautioned against purchasing two notes, purporting to have been drawn by the late Christopher Fralick, payable to John C. Fralick or order, dated May, 1821, one payable in one year from date, the other payable in two years from the date; as the said notes have been paid and cancelled. J. Lewis Fralick, Ernest Town, 25th May, 1825. Kingston Chronicle, June 3, 1825, p. 3

Fralick, Jacob. Notice. All persons indebted to the Estate of Jacob Fralick, late of the township of Fredericksburgh, deceased, are requested to make immediate payment to the subscribers and all those who have any claim against the said estate are requested to present their accounts, duly authenticated, on or before the first day of March next. John Fralick and Jacob Smith, Executors, October 10, 1812. Kingston Gazette, October 24, 1812, p. 3

Fralick, James. On Sunday last, James, son of J. L. Fralick of Ernest Town, aged 9 years, was killed by a horse trampling on him. (Copied from the Herald.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, February 4, 1831

Franey, Oliver. On Thursday, the 28th March, a man of the name of Oliver Franey drowned in crossing the ice from the Village of Fredericksburgh to Marysburgh. Kingston Chronicle, April 12, 1822, p.3

Franklin, Joseph. At Pittsburgh on Sunday last, Joseph Franklin, aged 70. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, October 1, 1830

Fraser, ? An elderly woman by the name of Fraser, who has for some time been about Kingston, was found dead on the street on Wednesday last. Death was probably due to intoxication. She was formerly from Quebec. Kingston Gazette, April 14, 1818, p. 3

Fraser, Alexander. At Sorel, aged 99, Alexander Fraser. He served under General Wolfe in 1759 and [re-enlisted] in 1775, and preserved his faculties until his death and was seen in the street a few days previously. Kingston Chronicle, March 7, 1823, p. 3

Fraser, Isaac L. At Ernest Town on 23rd Oct., Isaac L. Fraser, son of Isaac Fraser Esq. of Ernest Town, in the 15th year of his age. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 12 November, 1830

Fraser, Sarah. Buried 1st March, 1791, Sarah, the wife of Daniel Fraser of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Fraser, Sarah. In Ernest Town on Wednesday last, Mrs. Sarah Fraser, aged about 30, wife of Mr. Daniel Fraser. Kingston Gazette, March 9, 1813, p. 3

Fraser, Thomas. At his residence in Matilda, on Thursday, the 18th inst., Thomas Fraser, Esq., long an upright, independent and impartial Magistrate, Colonel of the Dundas Militia and a member of the Legislative Council of Upper Canada. Copied from Brockville Recorder. Kingston Chronicle, October 2[3], 1821, p. 3

Fraser, William. At Quebec on the 4th inst., Mr. William Fraser, Watch-Maker, aged 32, formerly of this town [Kingston]. Kingston Chronicle, March 14, 1829, p. 3

Freeman, Mrs., buried February 11, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Freyermuth, Sarah. Buried 11 March, 1800, Sarah, wife of Johannes Adam Freyermuth of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Frobisher, B.J., Lieut.-Col. At Quebec, on the 18th inst., after a lingering illness, Lieut.-Colonel B.J. Frobisher, Provincial Aid de Camp. Kingston Chronicle, March 20, 1821, p. 3

Fuller, Mary O'Brien. At her residence, near Kingston, on Tuesday the 14th inst., Mrs. Mary O'Brien Fuller, widow of Thomas Richard Fuller, Esq., late Major in his Majesty's 41st Regiment. Kingston Gazette, July 28, 1818, p. 3

Furnival, Samuel. Melancholy Accident - On Saturday the 3rd inst., Samuel Furnival, the only surviving child of Mr. D. Furnival, of Bellville [sic], having, unnoticed by his parents, strayed to the bank of the river Moira, fell into the water and was drowned. Though the child was discovered and taken out of the river in a few minutes afterwards, all attempts to restore him to life proved unavailing. Kingston Chronicle, June 9, 1820, p. 3

Gabbie, ? Captain. DROWNED this morning, Capt. Gabbie of the ship London, having been on a party of pleasure to the Island of Orleans, the boat in which he and five others were [crossing] was upset. Kingston Chronicle, July 26, 1822, p. 3

Galloway, George, child of, buried December 14, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Galway, John. At the house of John M. Balfour, Esq., in Percy [township], on the 9th inst., Mr. John Galway, aged [80? text illegible] years. Kingston Chronicle, June 24, 1825, p. 3

Gamble, John M. D. Notice - Isabella Elizabeth Gamble, having obtained letters of administration for the estate of the late Doctor John Gamble of Kingston, deceased, requests all who have claims on said estate to render their accounts... Kingston, November 15th, 1811. Kingston Gazette, January 7, 1812

Geddes, James M.D. At Kingston, Dr. James Geddes, late Assistant Surgeon to the Garrison. He left behind him 22 children. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, Thursday, 14 August, 1834
"To the Memory of James Geddes Esq., Assistant Staff Surgeon, who died in Kingston of Cholera contracted in the fearless discharge of his duties on the 5th day of August, 1834, aged 54 years... " (Old Kingston cemetery stone transcribed by Lawrence Hayward.)

Geddes, Jane Whitney. On Wednesday, the 6th inst., Jane Whitney, daughter of Dr. Geddes, aged 13 months and 12 days. Kingston Chronicle, August 8, 1823, p. 3

George, James Jackson, son of John and Catharine George, died Oct. 21, 1806. Old stone in St. John's Cemetery, Bath.

Georgen, Chris, child of, buried April 9, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Georgen, James, buried March 20, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Gerard, Margaret, buried Oct. 24, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

German, Jane, 1819 - see Hay Bay Drownings

German, John, 1819 - see Hay Bay Drownings

German, Margaret Smith. At Adolphustown, on 11th inst., Mrs. Margaret Smith German, wife of Matthew German, aged 37. She has left a husband and eight children. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 21 January, 1831

German, William. On the 28th of the same month [March], Mr. William German, aged 30 years, son of Mr. Christopher German of Adolphustown. Kingston Chronicle, April 14, 1820, p. 3.

German, William. Notice. The subscribers being appointed to settle the affairs of the late William German of Portland, request all persons having any demands against the Estate to present the same for settlement; and those indebted to said Estate are hereby called upon to make immediate payment to Matthew German, Adolphustown, or Nathaniel Deo, Portland. Portland, May 15, 1825. Kingston Chronicle, June 3, 1825, p. 3

Gibbs, Vicary, Right-Honourable. At his house in Russel Square, London, on the 8th of February, the Right Hon. Sir Vicary Gibbs, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas. Kingston Chronicle, April 14, 1820, p. 3, col. 5

Gibson, William Henry (infant). Yesterday morning, William Henry, infant son of Richard Gibson, aged 7 months. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 18 June, 1839

Gilbert, John (infant). On the morning of the 25th ult., John, infant son of J. D. Gilbert, Adolphustown, aged 3 months. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 14 July, 1831

Gilbert, John Enoch (infant). At Hallowell on the 4th inst., aged 5 months and 27 days, John Enoch, only child of Reuben and Waity Gilbert. Kingston Chronicle, July 21, 1826, p. 2

Gilbert, Sarah (Miss) At Adolphustown, on the 16th inst., in the 18th year of her age, Miss Sarah Gilbert, daughter of Lazarus and Sarah Gilbert. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 27, 1828, p. 3

Gildersleeve, Henry Russell. On the 30th inst., Henry Russell, youngest son of Captain Gildersleeve. The Patriot, Kingston, 30 August, 1831

Giles - see Gyles

Gillespie, William. In this town on Sunday last, Mr. William Gillespie in the 65th year of his age. Kingston Gazette, April 20, 1816, p. 3, c. 3

Gilway, John. At the house of John M. Balfour, in Percy, on Thursday 9th inst., John Gilway, aged 30 years. - - He taught a school in this town a number of years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 14 June, 1825

Glover, P. M. (child of). The only child of P. M. Glover, blacksmith, in Waterford, of about two years of age, was burned to death on Thursday. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 29 October, 1830

Goff, James. Buried 14 August, 1798, James Goff of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Good[e], Elizabeth, buried September 25, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Good[e], Mary Ann, buried September 2, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Good, William, buried February 10, 1797, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Gordon, Ackland. Information Wanted. Left the County of Down, Ireland, Ackland Gordon, who arrived in Quebec in 1819. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, William, directed to the care of Mr. David Johns, River Trent, Upper Canada. Nov. 3, 1821. Kingston Chronicle, November 9, 1821, p. 3

Gore, Ralph At Quebec, on the 31st ult. [January], Lieut. Col. Ralph Gore, lately on the half pay of the Army, and Ordnance Storekeeper in the Canadas... Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 9, 1827, p. 3

Gornall, Emily. On Wednesday the 29th ult., Emily, infant daughter of Richard Gornall [sic] aged 5 months. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 5 July, 1825

Goudig, ? Mr. Died recently. Mr. Goudig was distinguished for his great liberality. He was highly useful to the Government during the last war with the U.S. and for his activity and skill in naval architecture he was employed to build several vessels of the largest size for His Majesty's service on [the] Lakes. Copied from The Mercury. Kingston Chronicle,, December 24, 1824, p. 3

Gould, ? Mr. - death, 1840, see GRIFFITH, James

Graham, Ann. In this town on Wednesday last, the 15th inst., Mrs. Ann Graham, wife of Mr. Robert Graham Senior, aged 67 years. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 18, 1815, p. 3

Graham, Ann. In Memory of Ann Graham, who died 15 Novr, 1815, In the 68th year of her age. Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Graham, Robert. In Memory of Robert Graham, who died 26th Octr. 1814 in the 67th year of his age. Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Graham, Robert. .All persons having claim against the Estate of Robert Graham Senr., late of Kingston, are requested to present them duly authenticated for payment on or before the 15th Feb. next, as no accounts will be allowed after that date and all persons indebted to the said Estate are desired to make immediate payment. Thomas Graham, Kingston, December 22, 1815. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 3, 1816

Grandy, Robert. In this town [Kingston] on 30th ult., Robert Grandy, a native of the United States, aged 36 years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 13 September, 1825

Grange, James. At Richmond near Napanee Mills on Friday, the 20th ult., Mr. James Grange, age 26 years. He left a widow and two children. (Communicated.) Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 17, 1826, p. 3

Grant. Old Mr. and Mrs. Grant buried August 17, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Grant, John. On Sunday last a boy about 16 years of age, a servant to Mr. Allen, innkeeper of Laprairie, died of hydrophobia resulting from a dog bite. [long obituary] Kingston Gazette, April 1, 1815, p. 3

Grant, Mary. On Saturday, the 18th inst., Mrs. Mary Grant, wife of Peter Grant, Esq., of Belleville. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 24, 1823, p. 3

Grant, William Alexander. All persons having claim against the Estate of William Alexander Grant of Pittsburg [township], are requested to present them duly authenticated for payment on or before the 15th Feb. next, as no accounts will be allowed after that date and all persons indebted to the said Estate are desired to make immediate payment. William Crawford, Kingston, March 10, 1825. Kingston Chronicle, March 11, 1825, p. 3

Grass, Michael. Michal [sic] Grass died April 25, 1813, aged 78. Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Gray -- see also Grey.

Gray, ?, Captain. Captain Gray, Acting Deputy Quarter Master General, was killed close to the enemy's Block House [at Battle of Sackett's Harbour]. In him the Army have lost an active and intelligent officer. Kingston Gazette, June 1, 1813, p. 3. x-ref. War of 1812.

Gray, ? (Mrs.) On Wednesday last, Mrs. Gray, aged 70. Kingston Gazette, September 7, 1813, p. 3

Gray, J. A., Mr. Died at Montreal, J. A. Gray, Esq., Notary Public. Kingston Gazette, August 22, 1812, p. 3

Gray, John. In Kingston, on Monday evening last, aged 96, John Gray, a native of Argyleshire, Scotland. Mr. Gray was supposed to be the only surviving soldier of the armies of Generals Amherst and Wolf, under whom he served at the reduction of Louisburgh and Quebec. He has left 2 children, 20 grand children, and 26 great grand children. The Colonial Advocate, Toronto, Thursday, 22 January, 1829

Gray, Sarah. At Quebec, on the 14th ult., Mrs. Sarah Gray, wife of Mr. James Gray of this place [Kingston]. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 5, 1823, p. 3

Gray, William. At Montreal, on Tuesday the 28th ult. [sic] Mr. William Gray, Proprietor of the Montreal Herald, aged 33 years. Kingston Chronicle, March 8, 1822, p. 3 [February 28th was actually a Tuesday]

Green, a soldier of 60th Regiment, buried February 26, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Green, John. On Saturday last a lad named John Green, aged about 17 years, was accidentally drowned near the Scow Wharf. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, May 10, 1825

Green, John. Melancholy Accident. On Saturday last a young man named John Green was drowned at the wharf near the ferry house immediately below McQueen's boarding house. It appears that, when in the act of getting a bucket of water, he lost his balance and fell in. Dr. Sampson and Dr. [Franklin] of the 37th used every means [the could] suggest to restore him, but to no avail. The deceased is a native of the county of Monaghan in Ireland. Kingston Chronicle, May 13th, 1825, p. 3

Greensitte, John. Died on Saturday last, John Greensitte, son of Mrs. Greensitte of Youngston (U.S.) Set out from this side of the river in a canoe, two other young men in company, names unknown. It is said that they were seen entangled in the ice and thus drifted past Fort Niagara near dusk and have not been heard of since. It is strongly suspected that they are lost. (Copied from Niagara Gleaner) Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1820, p. 3

Gregory, ? M.D. At Edinburgh, on the 26th March, Dr. Gregory, professor of medicine in the University of that place. Kingston Chronicle, June 1, 1821, p. 3

Gregory, Isabella Ferguson. Died - On Saturday last, the 27th of March, Isabella Ferguson, widow of the late John Gregory, Esq., at her house near Montreal, aged 66 years. Kingston Chronicle, April 9, 1819

Greig, Thomas. If Thomas Greig, supposed to reside within four miles of Kingston, has any regard for a distressed Brother, he is desired to apply at this Office for information. Kingston Chronicle, March 8, 1822, p. 3

Grey, John. In this town [Kingston] on Monday evening last, at the advanced age of 96 years, Mr. John Grey, a native of Argyleshire, Scotland. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 17, 1829, p. 3

Griffith, James. On Saturday, last, James Griffith and Messrs. Gould and Pierce, of Belleville, all fathers of families were drowned while engaged in securing the Dam at Benson's Mills. The Backwoodsman, Peterborough, 22 April, 1840 (Wed.)

Grindstone, Mrs., was buried November 19, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Grinduelle (a French Sailor), buried January 27, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Grooms, Anthony, buried August 27, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Grooms, Elisha, a daughter of, buried July 20, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Grooms, Margaret, buried September 12, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Grover, Levi, died Oct. 9, 1801. Old marker at St. Andrew's United Church, Haldimand twp.

Gyles, Thomas, buried January 6, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. [Giles ?] Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Hagerman, Daniel. At Bath, on Saturday, the 30th ult., Daniel Hagerman, Esq., Barrister at Law and a member of the Provincial Parliament of Upper Canada, aged 27 years. Kingston Chronicle, July 6, 1821, p. 3

Hagerman, Nicholas. At his residence in Adolphustown on Friday evening, the 19th instant, in the [58th] year of his age, Nicholas Hagerman, Esquire, Barrister at Law and Major in the Militia of the County of Lennox; one of the first settlers in the Bay of Quinte, lamented by a numerous family and extensive acquaintance. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 26, 1819

Hagerman, Sarah Maria. Yesterday evening, Sarah Maria, youngest daughter of Mr. Justice Hagerman, aged 4 years. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 27, 1828, p. 3

Hailes, Harris William, Colonel. At Fredrickton, New Brunswick on 30th December [1819], the Honourable Colonel Harris William Hailes after a short illness of three days, in his [68th] year. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 18, 1820, p. 3

Haines, Sarah. In Kingston, on Monday, the 2nd inst., Sarah, wife of George Henry Haines, aged 49 years and 8 months, late of Leicester, England. The Constitution, Toronto, 18 October, 1837

Hall, Robert. On the 1st of June, Robert Hall, Esq., Assistant Store-Keeper General, aged 28 years. Kingston Chronicle, June 8, 1821, p. 3

Halstead, Jonas. Jonas Halstead of Fredericksburgh was interred 9 Oct. 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Ham, Hester. On Sunday, 7th inst., Hester, consort of George Ham of Bath, aged 33 [?] years. [Could be 38. Editor.] Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 12 November, 1830

Ham, Peter. At Bath on Monday the 12th inst., Mr. Peter Ham, Merchant of this place [Kingston], aged 37 years. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 17, 1829, p. 1

Hamilton, Henry. In the Jail of this District [Brockville] on Saturday last, Henry Hamilton, who was lately convicted of Murder, and sentenced to be executed on 7th October Next. (Reprinted from the Brockville Recorder, September 19, 1825.) Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 27 September, 1825

Hamilton, M. Gavin. Died, yesterday, M. Gavin Hamilton, Esq. of this city. Kingston Chronicle, May 21, 1819

Hands, James. In Montreal, on Sunday the 24th of March after a lingering illness, Mr. James Hands, aged 21 years, son of William Hands Esq. of Sandwich, Upper Canada. Kingston Gazette, April 8, 1815, p. 3

Hands, Samuel. At Sandwich on the 20th May, age 23 years, Mr. Samuel Hands, third son of William Hands, Esq., Sheriff of the Western District. Kingston Chronicle, June 21, 1822, p. 3

Hands, William Junior. At Sandwich on 13th inst., William Hands Jr., eldest son of William Hands Esq., Sheriff of the Western District, aged 33 years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 30 August, 1825

Harley, James. Buried May 31, 1791, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Harlow, Hugh Clark. Hugh Clark, son of William and Anne Harlow, Fredericksburgh, was interred 27 Nov. 1794. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Harrison, Nicholas Richard. An inquest was held on 2nd inst. on the body of a black man named Nicholas Richard Harrison, who was drowned on Sunday, 31st ult. in attempting to cross from Whitefish Falls to Beverley. He has left two boys, one of 15, the other 13 years of age. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, November 12, 1830

Hartman, Katreen. Buried 9 October, 1795, Katreen, dau. of Philip and Huldah Hartmann of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Hartman, Matthew. Matthew Hartman of Fredericksburgh was interred 3 May, 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Hashforth, Thomas, R.C.V., was buried May 30, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Could this be R.C.N. ?]

Hasleden, John. At Prescott, Lancaster, England, aged 87, John Hasleden: he served in the siege of Quebec, in the 15th Regiment, and was employed by the immortal Wolfe as his valet until the death of the hero. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 28, 1820, p. 3

Hatt, Richard, MPP. At Ancaster, on Sunday morning last, Richard Hatt, Esq., aged 50 years. Member of the Provincial Parliament, Judge of the District court, and Major of the Lincoln Militia. Kingston Chronicle, October 8, 1819, p. 3

Havens, Robert. At Bath on 1st inst., Robert Havens, in the 60th year of his age. Kingston Chronicle, 11 March, 1825, p. 3

Havens, Robert. At Bath on 1st inst., Robert Havens, in the 60th year of his age. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 15 March, 1825

Hawley, Abigail. Buried 6 March, 1804, Abagail, dau. of Ichabod and Mary Hawley of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Hawley, Clara. Buried 26 March, 1797, Clara, dau. of Davis and Mercy Hawley of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Hawley, Davis. Buried 11 August, 1796, Davis, son of Martin and Amy Hawley of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Hawley, Emma Stephenson (infant). At Murray, on the evening of 16th inst., Emma Stephenson, infant daughter of Shelden Hawley, aged 12 months and 14 days. Upper Canada Herald, Tuesday, November 29, 1825

Hawley, James. James Hawley and Colin Chisholm were drowned on 8th inst. when their canoe upset at the foot of Chaudiere Falls. They were extensively engaged in the lumber trade and leave young widows with families. The Patriot, Toronto, 1 July, 1836

Hawley, Jehiel (son of ). On December 25th, a son of Jeheil Hawley [sic], of Mille Roche village, Cornwall, age 10 years, was killed by the bursting of a spirit cask. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 7 January, 1831

Hawley, Jepthah. Jepthah, son of Martin and Amy Hawley of Fredericksburgh was interred 19 March, 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Hawley, Phebe. Buried 26 August 1794 Phebe, daughter of Ichabod and Mary Hawley of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

[Hay Bay Drownings] -- Melancholy Accident. On Sunday morning last, about eight o'clock, as eighteen young persons were crossing Hay Bay from the fourth to the third concession of Adolphustown, for the purpose of attending Divine Service, in a small leaky boat, when within about three hundred yards of the shore the boat filled and precipitated them all into the watery element!! Eight escaped-the other ten sunk never to rise again! The names of those who perished are as follows: John Germain, Jane Germain, Mary Detlor, Jane Detlor, Matilda Roblin, Elizabeth McKay, Elizabeth Clark, Mary Cole, Huldah Madden and Peter Bogart. This truly distressing scene was tendered doubly so by the presence of several agonized parents who were on the shore. (U.C. Herald, Aug. 31)
Kingston Chronicle, September 3, 1819, p. 3

Hayden, Nancy. At Belleville, on the 12th April instant, Mrs. Nancy Hayden, wife of Doctor Anson Hayden, after a long and distressing illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, aged 27 years. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, April 28, 1820, p. 3

Hayes, John. On the 11th inst., John Hayes, aged 34 years, an old and faithful servant to Major Hillier. Kingston Chronicle, June 29, 1821, p. 3

Hayward, Edward, buried November 21st, 1798, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Hayward, Judah, buried May 27, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Hearns, Gilbert. Suddenly, at the Rouge, in Pickering on the 7th inst., Gilbert Hearns. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 18 August, 1831

Henderson, Charles (infant). In this town [Kingston], on the 6th inst., Charles infant twin child of Mr. E.J. Henderson, aged 7 months. Kingston Gazette, March 8, 1817, p. 3

Hendry, John. At Point Henry on Tuesday last, John Hendry, Ship Builder, aged 38 years. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, April 21, 1820, p. 3, col. 4

Henry, Mary. Near Kingston, at the residence of David Leahy, Mary Henry, eldest daughter of the late James Henry, Innkeeper, age 25. The Mirror, Toronto, 27 August, 1841

Herchmer, George. In this town [Kingston] on Sunday morning last, Mr. George Herchmer, eldest son of Lawrence Herchmer, Esq., aged sixteen years. Kingston Gazette, July 29, 1817, p. 3 See issue of August 5, 1817 for a longer obituary.

Herchmer, Hanzoost, buried August 7, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Herchmer, Hanzoost, a Child, buried September 19, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Herchmer, Lawrence. On Tuesday the 14th inst., after a short illness, Lawrence Herchmer, Esquire, aged 32 years. ... His unexpected death, while in the apparent possession of a robust frame, and unbroken constitution, is a heavy loss in the domestic circle.... Kingston Chronicle, October 22, 1819, p. 3

Herchmer, Nicholas. Here lies the Body of Nich's Herchmer, who departed this life on the 15 Octr, 1809, aged 38 years & 9 months. Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Herner, Charles. Charles, son of Philip Frederick and Nancy Herner of Fredericksburgh was interred 23 Jan. 1801. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Herns, Catharine. Catharine, wife of Gilbert Herns of Fredericksburgh was interred 8 Aug. 1788. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Herns, Eleanor. Eleanor, dau. of Josiah and Yannotshay Herns of Fredericksburgh, was interred 13 Feb. 1793. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Herns, Gilbert. Gilbert, son of Gilbert and Catharine Herns of Fredericksburgh interred 7 Sept. 1788. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Herrington, Jacob. All persons indebted to the Estate of the late Jacob Herrington of Fredericksburgh, deceased, are requested to come forth and settle without delay; and those who have claims against the Estate are desired to present them, duly authenticated, for payment. Moses Herrington, Fredericksburgh, January 24, 1817. Kingston Gazette, January 24, 1817, p. 3

Heslup, Mary, buried May 5, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Heureux, Amable. Suicide. Amable Heureux, Baker of this town, terminated his existence last Monday afternoon by placing in his mouth the muzzle of a gun... He is said to be about 25 years of age, of a good character and a native of the Parish of Machiche in the District of Three Rivers, where his connexions [sic] still reside. The Jury returned a verdict of insanity. Kingston Chronicle, September 10, 1819, p. 3

Hickey, ? (Mr.). Suddenly, on Thursday, the 4th inst., Mr. Hickey, Dancing Master. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 9 August, 1825

Hickey, Edward. On Sunday last, Edward Hickey, of this town [Kingston], aged 26. The Patriot, Kingston, 7 September, 1830 (Tues.)

Hicks, J., Rev. At Quebec, the Rev. J. Hicks, Methodist Preacher, brother in law to Alderman Monro. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, Thursday, 14 August, 1834

Hicks, Joseph, buried May 24, 1800, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Hillyer, Nicholas. Nicholas Hillyer of Fredericksburgh was interred 3 Feb. 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Hinds, ? At Fort Henry, on Wednesday, the [?] ult., Adjutant Hinds of the 68th Regiment. Kingston Chronicle, April 4, 1823, p. 3

Hocks, Ann, buried December 4th, 1798, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Hofman, Fonica. Buried February 5, 1796, Fronica Hofman of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Hogarth, Isabella. On the 20th Sept., at Long Dales in the parish of Ainstable, Mrs. Isabella Hogarth, aged 108 years. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 3, 1824, p. 3

Hogle, Francis. Died on the 29th June, at Sydney, Francis Hogle. Kingston Chronicle, July 7, 1820, p. 3

Hoisington, J. A. (child of). An infant child of J. A. Hoisington, of this city, by scalding in an unfortunate accident. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, February 4, 1831

Holcomb, Chehan Baltus. Chehan Baltus, son of John and Mary Magdalena Holcomb of Adolphustown was interred 27 Aug. 1794. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Holland, Samuel. On the 18th Jan., at Chatham (England), in the 27th year of his age, Lieut. Samuel Holland of the 49th Regt., eldest son of John F. Holland, Barrack Master of Prince Edward Island, and grandson of Samuel Holland, Esq., late Surveyor General of Lower Canada. He entered the service in the 49th foot in the year 1800 and served with that regiment in all the arduous campaigns of Upper Canada during the American war. Kingston Chronicle, July 5, 1822, p. 3

Holmes, Peter. In this Township [Kingston], on Sunday the 26th October, Mr. Peter Holmes, aged 28 years. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 4, 1817, p. 3.

Hooper, Sarah. At [Niagara] on the 2nd inst., Sarah, the wife of Mr. B. Hooper, late of Kingston and formerly of London. ...also her infant son. Kingston Chronicle, October 17, 1823, p. 3 and October 24, 1823, p. 3

Horne, ? Mrs. In this Town on Saturday the 28th May, after a long and painful illness which she bore with Christian fortitude, Mrs. Horne, wife of Assistant Surgeon Horne, Glengary Light Infantry, aged 23 years. Kingston Gazette, June 2, 1814, p. 4

Hough, Barnabas. Buried 19 May, 1803, Barnabas Hough of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Hough, Johannes. Johannes Hough of Fredericksburgh was interred 12 Sept. 1805. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Hough, Margaret, buried July 12, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Hough, Nancy. Nancy, dau. of Jacop [sic] and Molly Hough of Fredericksburgh was interred 23 May, 1800. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

How, Catherine. Sacred to the memory of Catherine How, wife of Peter How, who died July 17th, 1820 aged 26 years, 3 months and 21 days. Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Howard, James. Buried 22 November, 1793, James, son of John and Anne Howard of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Howard, John. Buried 20 July, 1795, John Howard of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Howard, Katy. Buried 16 January 1804, Katy, dau. of John and Anna Howard of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Howel, Anne. Anne Howel of Fredericksburgh was interred 15 Sept. 1790. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Howell, John. Died at his residence in Sophiasburgh on the 18th inst., after a long and painful illness which he bore with Christian fortitude and resignation, John Howell, Esq. in the 67th year of his age, one of the first settlers of this District. He was a tender parent, an affectionate friend and a kind neighbour. He was remarkable for his steady Loyalty and warm attachment to his King and Government which sentiments he retained to his last. Kingston Chronicle, August 25, 1820, p. 3

Howell, Joseph, buried October 18, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Howland, Mrs. -- Mrs. Howland buried October 13, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Huff, Paul. The subscriber having been duly appointed Executrix to the Estate of Paul Huff, late of Adolphustown, deceased.... Elizabeth Huff, Adolphustown, Dec. 24, 1818. Kingston Chronicle, March 12, 1819

Huffman - see also Hofman.

Huffman, Jacob. Buried 6 June, 1799, Jacob, son of Jacob and Regina Huffman of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Hufman, David. Buried March 6, 1793, David, the son of David and Elizabet [sic] Hufman of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Hufman, Elias. Elias, son of Jacob and Margaret Hufman [sic] was interred 29 October, 1788. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Hull, J.W. In Grandville, on Monday the 25th October, J.W. Hull, Esq., formerly Captain in His Majesty's 43rd Regiment Light Infantry. Kingston Chronicle, December 24, 1824, p. 3

Humphreys, Thomas, buried November 29, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Hunter, George. In Kingston, on 16th inst., George Hunter, in the 43rd year of his age. Bathurst Courier, Perth, 23 October, 1835

Hus, Jan Michel Paul. On the 31st January, Michel Paul Hus, aged 87. This veteran served at the siege of Quebec in 1759 when he was wounded. He served also in 1775 during the American War. Kingston Chronicle, March 7, 1823, p. 3

Hutchinson, Isaac. In Ameliasburgh on 17th ult., Isaac Hutchinson in the 78th year of his age, for several years a resident of that place. His funeral was attended on Monday, at the School house (Carrying Place), where a sermon was delivered by the Rev. Mr. Breakenridge. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, May 17, 1825

Hutchinson, Isaac. At Ameliasburgh, on the 17th ult., Mr. Isaac Hutchinson in the 78th year of his age, for several years a merchant of that place. Kingston Chronicle, May 20, 1825, p. 3

Hutchinson, W. At his native place in Scotland, Mr. W. Hutchinson, for many years a respectable Grocer in the city of Montreal. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 26, 1819

Immigration, hazards, 1820. Notice. The Subscriber having in his possession Three Wooden Chests brought from Lacine in the Autumn of 1819, not yet claimed.- - The owners are required to call for them, prove the property and pay the charges thereon. Lambert C. Tucker, Kingston, July 17, 1820. Kingston Chronicle, July 21, 1820, p. 3

Immigration, hazards, 1820. Unnamed Women. The influx of emigrants is... unfortunately strong evidence of the prevalence distresses among the population of the Mother Country. ... too great a proportion of the emigrants are in indigent circumstances, [such] that when they reach their lots they are incapable of performing the task of settlement and are for a time a burden rather than a benefit to the country. The sufferings of many of these wretched people are also very great, and though the charity of the old inhabitants be liberally extended to these wanderers from their native homes, so numerous are the cases of distress that relief cannot at all times reasonably be administered to all. The passage from Montreal to [Kingston] in open boats, exposed to a powerful sun and to many privations is apt to engender disease and sometimes bring on acute and fatal maladies... we had only last week a distressing case of two unfortunate women who contracted inflammatory fevers by exposure in an open boat, and whose death was hastened, if not occasioned by the inhumanity of the Master [of the vessel]. The emigration is besides so great, that the number of persons inquiring for work exceeds the immediate demand for their labour... Kingston Chronicle, July 28, 1820.

Indian, unidentified, buried October 27, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Indian, unidentified. An old Indian was yesterday mortally wounded on Point Frederick in a drunken quarrel by one of his fellows who shattered the skull of the unfortunate man with an axe. the offeder has been committed to Gaol. Kingston Chronicle, April 19, 1822, p.3

Instant, Peter. Drowned on Saturday, the 25th September, Peter Instand [sic] and his nephew, Alexander Instand, by the upsetting of a small boat, in which with a boy, they were crossing from Kingston to Point Frederick. The boy reached the shore in safety by swimming, and it is supposed that Peter Instand might have saved himself in the same way, if after getting near the shore he had not attempted to return to the assistance of his sinking nephew. Peter Instand was aged 34 years, a native of Glasgow and a Warrant Officer in His Majesty's Ship Montreal. His nephew was a young man of about 18 years of age and had only arrived from Scotland a few days before. Peter, we are informed, has left a wife and two children and other relations who depended on him for subsistence. Kingston Chronicle, October 1, 1819, p. 3

Irons, Emerandy (infant). On 21st inst., Emerandy, youngest daughter of S. A. Irons, aged 2 years and 4 months. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 23 July, 1839

Jackson, Archibald. In this town of a fever on the 25th inst., Mr. Archibald Jackson of the town of Schuyler on the Mohawk River, State of New York, aged about 27 years. He has left a wife and child. Kingston Gazette, Aug. 29, 1815, p. 3

Jackson, David. Buried 5 November, 1796, David Jackson of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Jackson, Rachel (U.S.A.) At the Hermitage, on 22nd ult., Mrs. Rachel Jackson, consort of General Andrew Jackson. (Copied from Pittsburg Gazette.) Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 17, 1829, p. 3

Jarvis, Stephen, Mrs. At York, U.C. on the 2nd inst., Mrs. Jarvis, wife of Stephen Jarvis, Esq., Register of the Home District. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 23, 1819, p. 3

Jarvis, William. At York, on the 13th inst., William Jarvis Esq., Secretary and Register [sic] of this Province. Kingston Gazette, August 17, 1817, p. 3

Jeffers, Robert Jr., Rev. At Fredericksburgh on the 10th inst., the Rev. Robert Jeffers Junior. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 17, 1826, p. 3

Jeffers, Robert Jr., Rev. At Fredericksburgh on the Napanee River, the 10th ult., the Rev. Robert Jeffers Junior, late itinerant Preacher of the Gospel, aged 23 years 16th of April last. Funeral presided over by the Rev. Mr. Deacon, Church of England, Minister of Adolphustown... Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 1, 1826, p. 3

Jencks, Frederica. Frederica, dau. of Joseph and Rachel Jencks of Ernesttown was interred 31 Jan. 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Jenkins, George, Rev. Montreal, April 28, 1821 - In this place on Thursday, the 26th ult., Rev. Georgbe Jenkins, Chaplain to His Majesty's Forces in this place, aged 45 years. He had long time served as a preacher in the Episcopal Church. He was generally respected and beloved, etc. Kingston Chronicle, May 4, 1821, p. 4

Jessup, Joseph. In Elizabethtown on the 15th inst., Joseph Jessup, Esq., aged 34 years. He was among the first settlers of Canada, and he lived respected by all who enjoyed his acquaintance. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 21, 1821, p. 3

Johns, Maria. At Ernest Town, on Friday the 10th inst., Maria Johns, consort of Solomon Johns, Merchant, in the 20th year of her age. She left one child. Kingston Gazette, December 22, 1818, p. 3

Johnson, Ann Catharine. At Ernest Town on Monday, 22nd instant, Mrs. Ann Catherine Johnson, aged 74 years. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 26, 1819

Johnson, Eliza (infant). In this town [Kingston], on Sunday last, Eliza, infant daughter of Thomas Johnson, aged 8 months. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 18 June, 1839

Johnson, Henry. On the 16th inst., Henry Johnson, late a fireman of the steamboat, Queenston, was drowned at Prescott. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, October 29, 1830

Johnson, Margaret, buried March 20, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Johnson, Mary. Yesterday, Miss Mary Johnson, daughter of the late Sir Wm. Johnson, Bart, aged 44. Kingston Gazette, May 11, 1813, p. 3

Johnson, Robert, Captain. Drowned on the 31st ult. [March] in crossing to the Ile Aux Noix, L.C. Capt. Robert Johnson of the 100th Regiment, son of Sir John Johnson. Kingston Gazette, April 13, 1813, p. 3

John, William (a child), buried February 2nd, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Johnson, Daniel (Mrs.) On Saturday, the 20th inst., Mrs. Johnson, wife of Mr. Daniel Johnson. [This is entire entry.] Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 27, 1828, p. 2

Johnson, William, Colonel. Died at Montreal, after a long and very afflicting illness, Col. William Johnson in his 37th year, eldest son of the Hon. John Johnson, Bart., Inspecting Field Officer of the Militia of Lower Canada. Kingston Gazette, Jan. 28, 1812, p. 3

Johnson, William. On the 11th instant, near Bellville [sic], Mr. William Johnson, aged 84 years. Mr. Johnson was by birth an Englishman, and one of the first settlers in that part of the Country-who during his whole life maintained the highly respectable character of a good farmer and an honest man. Kingston Chronicle, August 20, 1819, p. 3

Johnston, James - see Bath Drownings.

Johnston, John. Buried 22 December, 1794, John Johnston of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Johnston, John (daughter of). York - On Wednesday evening, 18th inst., about sunset, John Johnston missed one of his children, a girl of about 7 years of age, and after looking for her until near 12 o'clock that night, she was found, drowned beneath the wharf owned by Mr. Bergin. (Copied from the Christian Guardian, York.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 27 August, 1830

Jones, James, the Boatswain, buried May 24, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Boatswain: pronounced bosun, in the Royal Navy, this officer was responsible for discipline of the ship's crew, order on deck, the rigging and supplies.]

Jones, James W. [wife and children]. Ernest Town, Feb. 17, 1819. Mrs. Jones and three daughters burned to death. Only one daughter, Julia, escaped. Mr. Jones away on business. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 19, 1819

Jones, John. John Jones of Fredericksburgh was interred 25 September, 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Jones, John (of Newark). Burlington [U.S.A.] - December 31st - In this town on Thursday, the 23rd, Capt. John Jones of Newark, U.C., a British prisoner taken at Fort George. On Saturday, the funeral ceremonies were attended with all the honor due to an officer of his rank. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 8, 1814, p. 3. x-ref. War of 1812.

Jones, Mary Stuart. On Sunday morning, the 25th inst., Mrs. Mary Jones, wife of Charles Jones, Esq., of Brockville and second daughter of the late Rev. Dr. John Stuart, in the 26th year of her age. Beloved by her relatives and endeared to her acquaintances.... with fortitude, patience and resignation during a long and lingering illness preceded by the life of a Christian.... Kingston Gazette, October 31, 1812, p. 3

Jones, Solomon, Mrs. At Augusta, District of Johnstown, U.C., on the 25th of April last, aged 60, Mrs. Jones, wife of Dr. Solomon Jones of that place. Mrs. Jones had for many years been afflicted with a slow decline, whose gradual but inevitable progress she had learned to contemplate with that Christian resignation which the consciousness of a well-spent life and the firmest hopes of acceptance through the merits of our Redeemer can alone inspire. Kingston Chronicle, May 19, 1820, p. 3, col. 4

Joseph, Ann Elizabeth Hagerman. On Wednesday night, Ann Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Secretary John Joseph, and daughter of Christopher A. Hagerman, Attorney General. The Patriot, Toronto, Friday, June 15, 1838

Kain, William. William Kain, aged 21 years, was executed yesterday for the murder of John Rudolph Couche. This is the first execution in fifteen years in Kingston. The Patriot, Kingston, Tuesday, 7 September, 1830

Kantz, Peter, buried January 12, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Kay, Mungo. At Montreal, on Sunday, the 6th inst., Mr. Mungo Kay, Editor of the Montreal Herald, aged 43 years. Kingston Gazette, September 15, 1818, p. 3

Kayton, John, buried January 8, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Keating, [Edward], M. D. (of Kingston). On Thursday evening the 31st ult., Dr. Keating, Physician to his Majesty's forces and principal medical officer in this province, aged about 45 years. Kingston Chronicle, April 14, 1820, p. 3, col. 5

Keating, Richard. The Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, Assize and Nisi Prius, which was opened for this District on Monday the 27th September closed its preceedings this day. Richard Keating, convicted of stealing a cow, sentenced to be hanged on Thursday, 11th November next. Kingston Chronicle, October 8, 1819, p. 3

Keller, Christian. Christian Keller of Fredericksburgh was interred 12 Sept. 1790. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Keller, Mary. Mary, dau. of Frederick and Elizabeth Keller, Fredericksburgh, was interred 4 Jan. 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Kelley, Michael. Michael Kelley died at a public house in this village [St. Catherines] on Tuesday, 16th inst. He was a native of the north of Ireland, and was formerly a soldier in the British Army. (Copied from St. Catherines Journal.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 3 December, 1830

Kelly, Sarah. Sarah, wife of Stephen Kelly of Fredericksburgh, was interred 31 Oct. 1800. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Kemp, Anna. Anna, wife of John Kemp of Fredericksburgh was interred 15 July, 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Kemp, Jacob. Jacob, son of Joseph and Katreen Kemp of Fredericksburgh, was interred 27 April, 1797. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Kemp, James. James Kemp of Fredericksburgh was interred 23 March 1803. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Kemp, Jane. Jane, wife of James Kemp of Fredericksburgh was interred 8 Sept. 1799. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Kemp, John. John Kemp of Fredericksburgh was interred 31 Jan. 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Kemp, Phebe. Phebe, wife of James Kemp of Fredericksburgh was interred 3 Jan. 1798. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Kemp, Phillip. Phillip, son of Joseph and Katreen Kemp of Fredericksburgh, was interred 31 Aug. 1800. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Kendrick, J. (child of). On Friday, a fine child about four years of age, belonging to Mr. J. Kendrick, was dreadfully burnt by its clothes taking fire -- it only survived a few hours. ... This is the third such accident. Parents are advised they cannot be too cautious how they leave children by themselves where there is an open fireplace. Immediately upon an alarm of this kind, the child should be thrown on the floor where the flames will be much easier extinguished. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 22, 1817, p. 3

Kennelly, David T., M.D. At the Cove of Cork, whither he had gone to embark for Canada on the 14th Feb., Doctor David T. Kennelly, aged about 37 years. He was much esteemed for professional skill and amiable qualities. Kingston Chronicle, May 4, 1821, p. 4

Kenney, John. An inquest was held on 20th inst., on the body of John Kenney, who was found dead on the side road leading to the first concession. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 28 January, 1840

Kerr, Thomas. Died - At Fort Malden, aged 18, Ensign Thomas Kerr of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, of the wounds he received in the battle of Frenchtown, near Detroit... The pride of a Regiment which will long remember him with regret ... he fell mortally wounded on the 22nd January while leading a small party of his Regiment, which suffered considerably, to dislodge a body of the enemy... exclaiming as he fell to an officer near him, "Press on, they have done for me." Kingston Gazette, April 27, 1813. x-ref. War of 1812.

Kerry, John. In the Female Benevolent Society's Hospital [sic] on the 25th inst., John Kerry, a native of Ireland, aged 66. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 29, 1828, p. 2

Kimmerley, Andrew. Estate of the late Andrew Kimmerley Esq. of Richmond township. Executor is Robert McClure. Dated 20th Sept. 1826. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 22, 1826, p. 3

King, Richard. St. Catherines - On Monday morning last, Richard King, painter of this village, was found dead in a small building erected for a grocery by the side of one of the locks on the Canal. (Copied from the St. Catherines Journal.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 24 December, 1830

King, William. Died at Belleville, Bay of Quinte, Upper Canada, on the 12 April instant, William King, a ship wright, reported to be brother-in-law to John Gaudie, Ship Builder at Quebec. Much praise is due to Mrs. Margaret Simpson of Belleville and her family, for the kindness and attention manifested to this poor man in her house whilst sick and the decent manner in which the Funeral was conducted at her own expense. Kingston Chronicle, April 23, 1819.

Kipp, Elizabeth Rochelean. On Thursday last, the 16th inst., after an illness of three years, Mrs. Elizabeth Kipp, wife of James Kipp, Master Carpenter, and eldest daughter of the late F. X. Rochelean [sic] of this place, aged 24 years and 3 months. Kingston Gazette, October 20, 1818, p. 3

Kirby, Cecilia Bethune. At Kingston on 20th ult., Cecilia, wife of the Hon. John Kirby, and formerly widow of the later Walter Butler Wilkinson of Cornwall, and eldest daughter of the late Rev. John Bethune of Glengary [sic], in the 57th year of her age, long a resident of Kingston. The Transcript, Montreal, 5 Feb., 1842

Kirby, Mary, nee Merrill. On the 3rd Oct., inst., in the township of Sombra on the River St. Clair, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Mary Kirby, wife of Mr. George Kirby and eldest daughter of Mr. Samuel Merrill of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, October 2[3], 1821, p. 3

Kiser, Ellen. On Saturday, 28th ult., Ellen, daughter of Richard Kiser of Fredericksburgh, aged 9 years. (Copied from Kingston Spectator.) The Correspondent, York [Toronto], 12 October, 1833

Knapp, John. In this township [Kingston township?] on Monday morning last, after an illness of nearly three years, Mr. John Knapp, aged [illegible - 31?] - - a striking example of the comforts to be derived from the holy religion of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. (Communicated from a third party.) Kingston Chronicle, July 14, 1820, p. 3

Krantz, Peter, buried Jan. 12, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Kyte, John. At the Dock Yard in Kingston, on 29th inst., John Kyte, clerk in the Navy Department, aged 33. The Patriot, Kingston, Thursday, February 4, 1830

La Fontang, Alex. ...three men lately perished in the township of Percy. One McDonnell died suddenly in a Shanty on Wednesday night, the twenty-ninth of December. The other two, named Alex. La Fontang and Adam Dingman, together with a number of other Shanty men... afterwards left the Shanty with the intention of proceeding to the nearest house, which was one Robinson's, a distance of twenty miles. ... The verdict of the Coroner's inquest was that they came by their death by means of the severity of the weather. (Copied from Upper Canada Herald.) Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1820, p. 3

Laplant, Francis (a Sailor), buried August 23, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Laird, Peter - see Bath Drownings.

Lake, Christopher. At Loughborough, on the morning of the 6th instant, Mr. Christopher Lake, an old settler - - and age 65 years the day he died. Kingston Chronicle, April 7, 1820, p. 3, col. 3

Lake, Elias, buried March 9,1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Langan, Patrick. In this town very suddenly on the 23rd ult., Patrick Langan Esq. of the Commissariat Dept. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 1, 1813, p. 3

Lansingh, Philip P., buried November 6, 1792, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Laroque, Henry. In this town [Kingston], on the 28th ult., Mr. Henry Laroque, aged 64 years. Kingston Chronicle, May 10, 1822, p. 3

LaRose. A French Woman by the name of LaRose buried September 9, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Latham, James, buried January 30th, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Laughlen, Alexander. At Ernest Town, on Thurs., the 24th Jan. last, deeply regretted by his relatives and acquaintances, Mr. Alexander Laughlen, in the 68th year of his age. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 8, 1822, p. 3

Laughlin, Mary, wife of Alexander Laughlin, 1760-1796. Stone in Old Lutheran Burial Ground, now Union Cemetery, Ernestown township.

Lawson, Mary. Buried September 20, 1791, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Lawson, Peter. At Ameliasburgh, on Thursday, the 6th inst., Mr. Peter Lawson, aged one hundred years, three months and twenty-six days. A Brother of the deceased now resides in Murray, who is upwards of Ninety-four years of age, and who was last year active enough to follow the plough. (Copied from Upper Canada Herald.) Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1820, p. 3

Layne, Charles. On the 17th of May, in the County of Campbell [U.S.A.] Mr. Charles Layne Senior, at the remarkable age of 121 years. He was born in Albermarle, near Huckinham County, Virginia, in the year 1700. At the period of General Bradock's defeat, Mr. Layne was 55 years of age and exempt from military duty on that alarming occasion. He has left a widow, aged 110 years and numerous family to the 3rd and 4th generation. Mr. Layne was a subject of four British Sovereigns and a citizen of the United States for 48 years. Kingston Chronicle, July 6, 1821, p. 3

Leakens, James. - death, 1835, see Burnett, Matthew

Leavens, Eliza. On Monday morning the 7th inst., Miss Eliza Leavens, second daughter of Mr. Roswell Leavens, merchant in Thurlow, aged 11 years and 8 months, after a long and painful illness. Kingston Gazette, May 11, 1816, p. 3

Lemoine. Edward Wm. Lamoine [sic] buried October 27, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Lemoine, Joseph, Lieut. Died in this town on the 2nd inst., Lieut. Joseph LeMoine of the 1st Regiment, Hastings Militia, after a short illness, aged 19 years. By his death the Office of Clerk of the Midland District Court and Store Keeper to the Indian Department are become vacant. Kingston Gazette, July 9, 1814, p. 8

Lemoine. Mrs. Susan Lamoine [sic] buried December 29, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Leonard, Aaron. In the township of Pittsburgh, on the 21st inst., Mr. Aaron Leonard. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 29, 1826, p. 3

Lesslie, Edward. At his residence, Dundas, Halton County, Mr. Edward Lesslie [sic], Merchant. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 20, 1828, p. 3

Lewis, James Lawrence (child). Died -- In this Town on Friday last, James Lawrence, son of Mr. Isaac Lewis, aged 1 y. and 9 months. Kingston Gazette, October 27, 1818, p. 3

Lewis, Levi. Lately, at his residence near Grimsby, Levi Lewis, Esq., an old respectable inhabitant, for several years a member of the Provincial Parliament. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 6, 1828, p. 2

Lindsay, William. At St.Johns, on Monday, 24th of June, aged 82, William Lindsay, Esq., Collector of Customs at that port. This respectable character long filled duties of his situation with equal honor to himself and advantage to the public service. Kingston Chronicle, July 5, 1822, p. 3

Lines, Mary. In this town on Friday last, Mrs. Mary Lines, wife of the late Capt. Nathaniel Lines, aged 37. Kingston Gazette, August 10, 1813, p. 4

Lines, Nathaniel, Captain. In this town last Saturday, Capt. Nathaniel Lines. Kingston Gazette, July 20, 1813, p. 3

Lloyd. ... Lloyd of Marysburgh was interred 17 July, 1793. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Lloyd, Daniel. Daniel Lloyd of Fredericksburgh was interred 9 October 1802. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Lloyd, Henry. Henry, son of Henrich (Jerry) and Katreen Lloyd of Fredericksburgh was interred 12 Feb. 1794. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Lloyd, Layna. Layna, dau. of Daniel and Dorothy Lloyd, Fredericksburgh, was interred 22 Jan. 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Lloyd, Richard. Richard Lloyd of Sophiasburgh was interred 2 June, 1793. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Lockwood, David. At Ernest Town on Thursday, 26th ult., David Lockwood Esq. Kingston Chronicle, May 4, 1821, p. 4

Lorraway, Isaac. Isaac Lorraway of Fredericksburgh was interred 8 October, 1790. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Lorraway, Jinney. Jinney, dau. of Abram and Katreen Lorraway was interred 17 May 1796. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Loucks, Jacob. Jacob Louks [sic] was interred 30 July, 1791. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Loucks, Katreen. Katreen Loucks of Fredericksburgh was interred 8 July, 1798. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

MacAchan, Lochlin. Buried 8 September, 1795, Lochlin MacAchen of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Macarty, Mrs., buried September 17, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Macaulay, Allan, Rev. At York on 5th inst., Rev. Allan Macaulay of the Episcopal Church. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 29 October, 1830

Macaulay, George. At Bath on Thursday last, George Macaulay, Esq., Barrister at Law. Kingston Chronicle, Aug. 9, 1828, p. 3

Macaulay, [James], M.D. It becomes our painful duty to communicate to our readers the decease of Doctor Macaulay, of this Town [York], on the 1st inst. In the death of this truly valuable member of society, charity has lost its best supporter and the unfortunate Emigrants their best friend. The House of Assembly and the Legislative Council adjourned to attend the funeral. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 18, 1822, p. 3 [Dr. Macaulay was born in Scotland in 1759. He had a distinguished career and was a close friend of the Simcoes. His daughter married John Solomon Cartwright of Kington. See Dictionary of Canadian Biography.]

Macaulay, Robert, buried September 2, 1800, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

MacCay, Jeptha. Buried 12 August, 1795, Jeptha, son of Samuel and Amarilla MacCay of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

MacChannanick, Isabel. Buried 17 October, 1793, Isabel, wife of John MacChannanick of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

MacChannanick, John. Buried 17 August, 1798, John MacChannanick of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

MacDonel, John. John MacDonel of Fredericksburgh was interred 17 June, 1798. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

MacDonell, John, Mrs. At Charlottenburgh, Glengary, on the 20th ult., Mrs. John MacDonell, aged 25 years. Kingston Chronicle, May 11, 1827, p. 2

Macdonell, Alexander. At Glengarry, Upper Canda, on the 29th ult., in his 74th year, Alexander Macdonell Esq. of Greenfield, for upwards of twenty years a respectable Magistrate in that county, and a Lieutenant-Colonel in the Glengarry militia, much and deservedly respected by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. (Copied from Montreal Herald.) Kingston Chronicle, Friday, Jan. 29, 1819

MacGee, William. William MacGee, fell off Mr. Smith's wharf in this place [Kingston] on Friday evening, and was unfortunately drowned. (Copied from Kingston Chronicle.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 10 December, 1830

Mackintire -- a child by the name of Mackintire buried August 17,1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

MacIntosh, John. All persons having claims upon the Estate of the late John MacIntosh, Esquire, deceased, are requested to deliver the same, properly attested, to the subscriber ... Martha MacIntosh, Administrix and Roswell Leavins, Administrator, Thurlow, Dec. 14th, 1815. Kingston Gazette, January 10, 1816

Mackay - see also MacCay

Mackay, Roderick. Notice - Letters of Administration having been granted to me on the Estate of the late Roderick Mackay, Esquire, it is requested that all who have claims against that Estate will present the same to me, and that all who are indebted to it will pay the amount due, with as little delay as possible. James Rankin, Administrator, Bath, 28th June, 1820. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, June 30, 1820, p. 3, col. 5

Mackay, William, Lieut., buried March 13, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Mackenzie, Alexander (infant). At Montreal, on the morning of the 24th ult., Alexander MacKenzie, son of Henry Mackenzie, Esq., aged 7 months and 14 days. Kingston Chronicle, April 5, 1822, p. 3

Mackenzie, David Hume (infant). At Noon, Saturday, 26th inst., Joseph Hume, infant son of William Lyon Mackenzie, Editor of the Colonial Advocate. The Patriot, Toronto, November 1, 1833

Mackenzie, James. At Kingston on 27th ult., James Mackenzie, a Master in the Royal Navy, aged 50 years. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 6 September, 1832

MacKenzie, Margaret (Miss). At Montreal on the 5th inst., at the house of George Moffat, Esq., aged 15 years, Margaret, daughter of the late Kenneth MacKenzie, Esq., formerly of the North West Company. Kingston Chronicle, May 9th, 1829, p. 2

MacKinzie, John Howard. Buried 15 April, 1803, John Howard, son of Colin and Mary MacKinzie of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island. ] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

MacKinzie, Sarah. Buried 19 October, 1800, Sarah, wife of Colin MacKinzie of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island. ] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

MacKinzie, William Duncan. Buried 5 October, 1800, William Duncan, son of Colin and Mary MacKinzie [sic] of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island. ] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Macklem, William. On 15th inst., William Macklem, son of James Macklem, merchant, of Chippewa, aged about 23 years, was fatally injured in his father's Steam Mill. (Reprinted from the Niagara Gleaner.) Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 8 November, 1825

MacLea, Rose. Rose or Rosenna MacLea [sic] of Fredericksburgh was intgerred 26 Nov. 1793. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Maclean, Harriet. On Thursday, the 2d inst., Mrs. Harriet Maclean, wife of Allen Maclean, Esq., aged [57? text illegible] years. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 10, 1826, p. 3

Maclean, John. On Sunday, the 26th inst., John, infant son of John Maclean, Esq., aged 17 months. Kingston Chronicle, December 31, 1824, p. 3

MacLean, William. Died, lately, at Fort George, Ensign William MacLean, eldest son of A. MacLean Esq. of this place [Kingston]. He nobly fell while combatting with the foes of his country. Kingston Gazette, June 15, 1813, p. 3. [War of 1812]

MacLinnan, Alexander. Buried 25 December, 1798, Alexander MacLinnan of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

MacMann. [Person by this name buried January 8, 1792, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston.] Nothing further known. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

MacMullan, Daniel. Daniel, son of Daniel and Catharine MacMullan [sic] of Fredericksburgh interred 4 Sept. 1788. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

MacMullin, John. Buried 29 July, 1802, John MacMullin of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island. ] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

MacMullin, Mary Ann. Buried Sept. 5, 1793, Mary Ann, daughter of Neal and Mary Macmullin of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

MacMullin, Patrick. Buried 6 September, 1802, Patrick MacMullin of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island. ] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Macpherson, Catharine. Buried 20 May, 1800, Catharine, dau. of Peter and Elizabeth MacPherson of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Macpherson, Duncan. Buried 31 May, 1789, Duncan, son of John and Jennet Macpherson of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Macpherson, Duncan. On Tuesday, at Ernest Town, Mr. Duncan Macpherson. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 27, 1828, p. 3

Macpherson, Lowther Pennington. On 28th ult., off Cape Antonio, Island of Cuba, on board the brig Neptune, on her passage to New York, Lowther Pennington Macpherson, Barrister, of Hallowell, in the 30th year of his age. He went to the West Indies in November last for the benefit of his health. He was son of the late Lt. Colonel Donald Macpherson of the 4th Veteran Battalion. It may be mentioned as a curious coincidence that he was born and died on the Ocean. The Patriot, Toronto, 10 May, 1836

Macpherson, Margaret. At Lancaster, on the same day [20th ult.] of Consumption, Miss Margaret MacPherson in the 19th year of her age. Kingston Chronicle, May 11, 1827, p. 2

Macpherson, Nelly. Nelly, dau. of Felix and Margaret Macpherson of Fredericksburgh was interred 28 Aug. 1790. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

MacTaggart, Richard. Richard, son of James and Anne MacTaggart was interred 2 May,1796. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Madden, Bernard. Bernard Madden, formerly Colour Sergeant in 37th Regt. of Foot, was unfortunately drowned last evening by falling into the water from on board the steam boat St. George while in harbour. He has left a widow and three children residing in the neighbourhood of Perth. (Copied from Kingston Chronicle.) Bathurst Courier, Perth, 3 October, 1834

Madden, Huldah, 1819 - see Hay Bay Drownings.

Madden, John. At Ernest Town on the 7th inst., John Madden, in his ninety-sixth year. Mr. Madden was a native of Ireland, from whence he emigrated to America at an early age. He came into Canada in the year 1796, and was one of the U.E. Loyalists. He has left now living in Canada, six sons, two daughters, thirty-eight grand-children, and one or two great-grandchildren, the most of whom were present at his funeral. (Communicated. 9th June, 1819) Kingston Chronicle, June 11, 1819

Magee, Patrick. The Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, Assize and Nisi Prius, which was opened for this District on Monday the 27th September closed its preceedings this day. Patrick Magee convicted of having knowingly uttered a forged receipt. Sentenced to be hanged on Thursday, 11th Nov. next. Kingston Chronicle, October 8, 1819, p. 3

Magin, Sarah. Buried 1 April, 1789, Sarah, daughter of George and Nancy Magin of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Magin, Sarah. Sarah Magin of Fredericksburgh was interred 10 Sept. 1790. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Magraw, Katy. Katy, dau. of William and Katreen MacGraw of Fredericksburgh, was interred 17 Feb. 1797. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Magraw, Samuel. Samuel, son of On. and Catharine MacGraw, Fredericksburgh, was interred 30 Aug. 1794. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Mair, John. On Tuesday evening, Mr. John Mair, Merchant of this Town [Kingston], aged 51. Kingston Chronicle, March 21, 1829, p. 3

Maitland, Alexander, Hon. Lately, General the Honourable Sir Alexander Maitland, one of the oldest officers in the Army. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, April 28, 1820, p. 3, col. 4 [More on career in source.]

Marsh, Joseph. Joseph Marsh of Fredericksburgh was interred 11 Feb. 1788. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Marshall, John. - death, 1835, see BRADY, John

Martin, Chehan - see Dunious, Margaret.

Marton, David. In Pittsburgh, on 31st July, David Marton, aged 74, a native of Armagh, Ireland. The Patriot, Kingston 9 August, 1831

Mathers, Susannah Brownley. Susannah Brownley, wife of Henry Mathers of Richmond*, was drowned in a mill pond recently. She leaves a husband and 7 children. Bathurst Courier, Perth, 27 November, 1835. * There are TWO Richmonds. This might be Richmond township, Lennox and Addington County, or it might be the hamlet of Richmond near Bytown.

Mattice, John. John Mattice, a lad about 16 years of age, was accidentally drowned in the Napanee River, in the township of Camden, on Tuesday, 11th inst. The Patriot, Kingston, Thursday, 25th May, 1830

Maxwell, Henry. On the 10th inst., after a painful and lingering illness, Henry, son of William Maxwell, Esq., 1st Battalion, 80th Regiment, aged 12 years and 5 months. Kingston Chronicle, November 14th, 1823, p. 3

May, William. At York on 2d inst., Mr. William May of Grantham, aged 84 plus years. He joined the British Standard at Niagara in 1778. After the war, in 1783, he received a grant of land. United Empire Loyalist. Kingston Chronicle, April 20, 1827, p. 3

Mayo, Edward. A verdict of wilful murder has been rendered by a Coroner's Jury against Edward Mayo, who on August 7th beat Jean Baptiste Ranger, a French Canadian, who expired in our hospital a few days since. This Mayo is a brother of the Mayo who, at last Summer Assizes of the Home District, was tried for the murder of another brother, but was found guilty only of manslaughter, and sentenced to six months imprisonment. The Patriot, Toronto, 2 September, 1835

Mayo, Francis. Francis Mayo was struck on the head by an axe in the hands of his brother, Andrew Mayo, on Friday last, and died yesterday. The Mayos were long known in Kingston. The Patriot, Toronto, Friday, 13 Feb., 1835

McCanniffe, Patrick. On the 9th inst., Mr. Patrick McCanniffe, Merchant of this Town [Kingston] after a lingering sickness, upwards of three months, which he bore with fortitude and resignation to his God, aged 28 years and much lamented by his relations and friends. Kingston Chronicle, September 10, 1819, p. 3

McCracken, Maitland. Yesterday evening about seven o'clock, Mr. Maitland McCracken, aged 32 years. He was a native of Ayrshire, Scotland. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 10, 1824, p. 3

McCrea, Mary. In this town [Kingston], on the 19th inst., Mrs. Mary McCrea, wife of Mr. Samuel McCrea, aged 22. Kingston Gazette, October 31, 1812, p. 3

McCreadie, Elizabeth. On Tuesday last an inquest was held on the body of Elizabeth McCreadie, the wife of a Sergeant of the 79th Regiment, who died suddenly the previous evening. The Patriot, Kingston, Thursday, 4 February, 1830

McCuaig, Thomas Hermans (infant). Suddenly, at the Hallowell Village, Upper Canada, of the Cholera Morbus, on the evening of Tues., the 19th Sept., Thomas Hermans, youngest son of John McCuaig, Esq., aged 2 months and 7 days. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 29th, 1826, p. 3.

McCullough, Charles, buried September 9, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

McCullough, R., Rev. Lately in Fifeshire, Scotland, Rev. R. McCullough, D.D., Minister of that Parish, in the 85th year of his age and the 58th of Ministry. Kingston Chronicle, December 24, 1824, p. 3

McCullum, John. At Kingston, John McCullum, Master Mason. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, Thursday, 14 August, 1834

McDonald, Mrs., buried January 17, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

McDonald, Alexander (Sergeant). On the 3rd inst., Sergeant Alexander McDonald, in his 78th year. He enlisted in 1757 in the 78th or Frazers Regiment in which he served during the taking of Louisburg, Quebec. In 1763 he was drafted in to the 60th and served under General Prevoss in Carolina and Georgia. In 1799, he was drafted from the 60th to the 41st Regt. in which he served till Aug. 1811 ... a faithful service of nearly 55 years. (Copied from the Herald.) Kingston Gazette, Oct. 24, 1815, p. 3

McDonald, Alexander. On Sunday, 6th inst. [sic], Alexander McDonald, shipwright of H. M. Dock Yard, a native of Scotland, aged 51. The Patriot, Kingston, Tuesday, 1st March, 1831

McDonald, Alexander. At St. Andrew's, near Cornwall, Tuesday last [November 1st?] Alexander McDonald, merchant, in the 4_ year of his age. The Transcript, Montreal, 8 November, 1842

McDonald, Ann. Near Bolton, England, Oct. 30, Mrs. Ann McDonald, aged 108. She was 12 years in America and present at the siege of Quebec, as laundress to General Wolfe. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 7, 1823, p. 3

McDonald, Charles. At Gananoque, on Sat. morning, Charles McDonald, Esq., a native of Scotland, aged 42 years. [A longer obituary follows.] Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 6, 1826, p. 3

McDonald, James. On Monday, the 22nd ult. [April 22nd], James, second son of Mr. Hugh McDonald [sic], Merchant, of this town, aged five years and six months. Kingston Chronicle, May 3, 1822, p. 3 [This is the brother of future Prime Minister, John A. Macdonald.]

McDonald, Margaret - death, 1842, see Auchinvole, Margaret

McDonell. A child of D. McDonell was buried January 3, 1794. Alexander McDonell was buried February 15, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

McDonell, Susan. On 4th inst., Susan, wife of Archibald McDonell, aged 34. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, January 7, 1831

McDonnell, ? ...three men lately perished in the township of Percy. One McDonnell died suddenly in a Shanty on Wednesday night, the twenty-ninth of December. The other two, named Alex. La Fontang and Adam Dingman, together with a number of other Shanty men...afterwards left the Shanty with the intention of proceeding to the nearest house, which was one Robinson's, a distance of twenty miles. ...The verdict of the Coroner's inquest was that they came by their death by means of the severity of the weather. (Copied from Upper Canada Herald.) Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1820, p. 3

McDonnell, Catharine, buried August 8, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

McDonnell, D.C. At Montreal on the 24th ult., after a long and painful illness, Mr. D.C. McDonnell, aged 37 years. Kingston Chronicle, January 7, 1825, p. 3

McDonnel, John - a Sailor, was buried July 3, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

McDonnell, John, buried January 9, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

McDonnell, John (of the Glengary Settlement) On the 31st December at Glengary, U.C., John McDonnell of Ardnoble, aged 70 years. He emigrated with his father from Glengary, Inverness Shire in 1773 and on the breaking of the American War joined the Royal standard and came into Canada under the Protection of Sir William Johnson... Interment at St. Raphael. Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1825, p. 3

McDougal, Robert. At Niagara, on the 16th ult., Mr. Robert McDougal, Merchant. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, May 4, 1821, p. 4

McGee, Charles Ratcliffe. On the 21st inst. at this place [Kingston] in the 43rd year of his age, Charles Ratcliffe McGee Esq., Ordnance Store Keeper. The interment in this town burial place on Tuesday last. Kingston Gazette, May 27, 1815, p. 3

McGhie, ? Lieutenant. Died at Chambly, Lieut. McGhie of the Royal Artillery, aged 25 years. Kingston Gazette, August 22, 1812, p. 3

McGraw, John. All persons having claims against the Estate of John McGraw, late of Marysburgh, deceased, are requested to bring them forward duly authenticated, on or before the 1st day of June next; and all persons indebted to the said Estate are desired to pay the same without delay. Dorothy McGraw, Administrix, Marysburgh, Feb. 27, 1816. Kingston Gazette, March 9, 1816

McGregor, James. At Albany, on 29th ult., on his way to Europe, James McGregor, of Napanee, aged 32 years. The Patriot, Toronto, Tuesday, 17 February, 1835

McGuin, Mary. Sacred to the memory of Mary, wife of Anthony McGuin, who departhed this life 26th March, 1833, aged 44 years.

McKay, Elizabeth, 1819 - see Hay Bay Drownings

McKay, J.D., buried October 11, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

McKay, Roderick - see Bath Drownings.

McKechnie, Gillis. At Gonrock, Scotland on the 1st of Dec. 1814, Gillis McKechnie, aged 104, supposed to be the last of the warriers that fought with Prince Charles in the year 1745. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 24, 1815, p. 3

McKennery, Matthew. Mr. Matthew McKennery, aged between 60 and 70, died lately in the Orange County Jail, where he had been confined 30 years for a single debt; 6 months imprisonment for petit larceny; 3 years for horse dealing; 7 years for manslaughter and 30 years for the crime of being in debt. Kingston Chronicle, June 15, 1821, p. 1

McKenzie, Alexander (Sir). Died - On the 12th of March ult., suddenly at Inn of Dalwhinny in Perthshire (being there on a journey) Sir Alexander McKenzie Bart. of Avoch, Ross Shire, well known for his indefatigable exertions in exploring the north west part of this continent, being the first who ever traversed it from sea to sea. His complaint is said to have been an ossification of the heart. Kingston Chronicle, May 19, 1820, p. 3, col. 4

McKenzie, Ann. At Berthier on the 12th Mrs. Ann, widow of the late Mr. Robert McKenzie of Montreal, aged 41 years. Kingston Chronicle, April 21, 1820, p. 3

McKenzie, Isabella. At York, on the 22nd inst., of small pox, Isabella, only daughter of W.L. McKenzie, Editor of the Advocate, aged 19 months. Kingston Chronicle, December 31, 1824, p. 3

McKenzie, Robert. At Montreal on the morning of Wednesday the 15th inst., Robert McKenzie Esq. of the St. Antoine Suburbs. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 23, 1819, p. 3

McKenzie, Susan - see Bath Drownings.

McKibbon, Mary. On Friday last, Miss Mary McKibbon, aged 25 years. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 15, 1825, p. 3

McLaren, Charles. As two horses were fighting in the stables of Richard Olmsted on the Rideau Canal, a young man of the name of Charles McLaren, in endeavoring to part them, received a kick in the forehead which caused immediate death. (Copied from Brockville Gazette.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 3 September, 1830

McLaughlin. McLaughlin burial, September 19, 1794. [No further information.] Old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

McLaughlin, John. In this town [Kingston], last week, Mr. John McLaughlin. Kingston Gazette, March 9, 1813, p. 3

McLean, Catharine. Yesterday morning, Catharine, wife of John McLean, Sheriff of the Midland District. The Patriot, Kingston, 31 December, 1829

McLean, Jane. At Pittsburgh [township] on the 10th inst., Mrs. Jane McLean, wife of Mr. William McLean, aged 22 years. Kingston Chronicle, July 16, 1819, p. 3

McLean, Neil, Esq., buried September 1, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

McLeod, Alexander. On Sunday last, Mr. Alexander McLeod, aged 31 years. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 15, 1826, p. 3

McLeod, John, buried April 1, 1800, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

McLeod, Neil. On the 3rd inst., aged 34 years, Mr. Neil McLeod. A gentleman whose uniform integrity and Christian deportment has procured the esteem of all who knew him. In his death his family has lost an affectionate husband and kind father, the Church one of its brightest ornaments, and Kingston one of its best citizens. Kingston Chronicle, Aug. 4, 1826, p. 3

McMillar, Allan. At Lancather [sic] in U. Canada, on the 5th inst., Allan McMillan Esq., formerly of Glenpean [Grampian?], Inverness Shire, much lamented by his family, relations and numerous circle of acquaintances. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 28, 1823, p. 3

McMullen, John, buried December 23, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

McNabb, ? Mrs. On Sunday, the 5th inst., the lady of Lieut. A. McNabb, of His Majesty's 68th Light Infantry. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 17, 1826, p. 3

McNabb, James, M. P. On Wednesday the 5th instant, on his return to his family from York, where he had attended during the last Session of Parliament, James McNabb, Esquire, M. P., aged 44 years. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, April 14, 1820, p. 3, col. 5 [More information about career in source.]

McNabb, Simon. At Belleville, on Monday night last, Simon McNabb, Esq., Collector of Customs. He has left a numerous family to deplore his loss. Kingston Chronicle, April 13, 1821, p. 3

McNair, F. W. In [Saratoga] on Monday evening last, about 25 years of age. He was originally from Aberdeen in Scotland, but for several years past has resided in the Island of Jamaica, and was lately from Bermuda, where he stated he has a brother now living. He was on his way to visit another brother in Canada, who resides near Drummondville, in the Lower Province, whom he stated to be half pay Lieutenant. Mr. McNair's visit here was purely incidental; he was attacked by the disease of which he died on his passage up the river, and arrived here too much indisposed to proceed further. He expired on the sixth day after his arrival. Printers in Canada and in New York would probably oblige the friends of the deceased by giving the above insertion. Saratoga Sentinel, June 14, 1820. Kingston Chronicle, June 30, 1820, p. 3, col. 4

McNally, Leonard. Lately, at Dublin, Leonard McNally, Esq. of the Irish bar. He was in the 68th year of his age, and was called to the bar in 1776. He was a lawyer of great eminence. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, April 28, p. 3, col. 4

Meacham, Seth, M.D. On the morning of the 22nd inst., on his farm in Sidney [township] near the Moira River, Doctor Seth Meacham aged 47 years. He exercised his profession in Sydney and Thurlow for upwards of 14 years and was much respected. He has left a widow and four small children. Internment in the Burying Ground at Thurlow. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 31, 1815, p. 3

Meiklejohn, John. At Niagara on Wednesday the 15th inst., Mr. John Meiklejohn, formerly from Quebec. Kingston Chronicle, June 29, 1821, p. 3

Merrill, George Okill Stuart. On Saturday morning, the 13th inst., George Okill Stuart Merrill, aged 11 months and 21 days. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 19, 1823, p. 3

Merrils, Mary, buried July 11, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Merrit, Joseph, buried April 29, 1792, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Metcalf, William Franklin (infant) At Hallowell, the 12th inst., aged one year, William Franklin, only child of the Rev. Franklin Metcalf. Kingston Chronicle, July 21, 1826, p. 2

Meyers, Eliza Ann, wife of H. Meyers, died May 11, 1801. Old marker, Riverview Cemetery, Tyendinaga twp.

Meyers. The Reverend Mr. Meyers was buried October 27, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Meyers, John W. At Bellville [sic], John W. Meyers, aged 20 years. His amiable disposition endeared him to all. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 30, 1819, p. 3

Meyers, John Walden. At his residence in the township of Thurlow on Thursday the 22nd inst., Captain John Walden Meyers, aged 77 years, long a resident of this township and one of the first inhabitants of the Province, being among the numbers of those who remained faithful to the cause of the British Arms during the Revolutionary contest, and at the close thereof sought this country as an asylum, etc. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 30, 1821, p. 3

Miles, Laura, nee Spafford. At Loughborough on Tuesday, 31st July, after a painful illness of four weeks, Laura, third daughter of the late Mr. Elijah Spafford, and wife of Mr. Stephen Miles, late publisher of the Kingston Gazette, aged 27 years. Kingston Chronicle, August 3, 1821, p. 3

Miles, Laura, nee Spafford. Sacred to the memory of Laura, Late Companion of Stephen Miles, and third daughter of the late Elijah Spafford. Her happy soul took its flight on the 31st of July, 1821 (her birthday) aged 27 yrs. A few minutes before she breathed her last, she was heard to whisper the blessed name of Jesus! Jesus! Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Milton, Elizabeth, buried April 23, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Milward, George. On Sunday night at Mr. Blackaby's, Loughborough, George Milward, Innkeeper, of the Old King's Head, Market Square, this town [Kingston]. The Patriot, Kingston, Thursday, 4 February, 1830

Militia General Order. The very satisfactory report of the zeal manifested by the men volunteering their services in the Flank Companies making a deep impression on His Majesty's Provincial Government... they have solicited his Royal Highness the Prince Regent for his gracious permission to allot to the Wives and Children of such Soldiers, Militia and Marines, who may be killed in the present contest, a portion of the vaste Lands of the Crown; and to afford relief to such as may be dissabled in the service, for whom no provision is otherwise provided... Aeneas Shaw, Adjutant General, Militia. Kingston Gazette, June 30, 1812, p. 3

Miller, Jonathan. Jonathan Miller of Fredericksburgh was interred 22 March, 1805. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Miller, Matthew, Rev. Drowned in the Bay of Quinte on 15th inst., the Rev. Matthew Miller, Presbyterian Minister, of Cobourg. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 27 February, 1834

Milligan, Michael. Michael Milligan was drowned on Monday, 10th inst., off Hallowell, when a skiff upset. (Copied from Cobourg Reformer.) The Observer, Cornwall, 4 September, 1835

Mills, James. At Henderson, Jefferson County, N.Y., on the 20th July, James Mills of Kingston, Upper Canada, aged 82 years. On the following day the corpse was buried by the Fraternity in Masonic order. The ceremony was conducted by Ref. Mr. Osgood. Kingston Gazette, August 12, 1817, p. 3

Milnes, Henry Bentinck O. On Sunday 1st, the 25th inst. in the 21st year of his age, Capt. Henry Bentinck O. Milnes, of the First Regiment of Foot Guards, Aid-de-Camp to his Excellency, the Commander of the Forces, and third son of Sir Robert Shore Milnes, Baronet, of Ollerton in Nottinghamshire. Funeral in Kingston yesterday. Kingston Gazette, July 27, 1813, p. 3 [Sir Robert Shore Milnes was Lt.-Governor of Lower Canada from 1799-c1805 and the family was known to many prominent Kingstonians.]

Mininger, John, buried April 11, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Mitchell, Elizabeth. At Drummond Island, on Sunday, 4th Feb., inst., Elizabeth, wife of David Mitchell, surgeon in the Indian Dept., in the 64th year of her age. Kingston Chronicle, April 6, 1827, p. 3

Mitchell, Henry. We are sorry to announce that two men were drowned yesterday as they were bringing ballast from Long Island, by the filling of the boat, which immediately sunk. The name of one is Henry Mitchell, who boarded at Mr. Belonge's and the other was called Peter Moffat, and, we are informed, was from Niagara. The Patriot, Kingston, 10 May, 1831

Mitchell, William. All persons having claims upon the Estate of the late William Mitchell, deceased, are requested to deliver the same, properly attested, to the subscriber ... Kingston Chronical, April 27, 1821

Moffatt, Peter. We are sorry to announce that two men were drowned yesterday as they were bringing ballast from Long Island, by the filling of the boat, which immediately sunk. The name of one is Henry Mitchell, who boarded at Mr. Belonge's and the other was called Peter Moffat, and we are informed, was from Niagara. The Patriot, Kingston, 10 May, 1831

Molloy, John. On the 20th September at Richmond, John Molloy, late of Kingston, a native of Ireland, County of Armagh, and parish of Creghen, aged 81 years. Also on the same day, a few hours previously, his wife, Margaret Molloy, aged 64 years. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 6, 1826, p. 3

Molson, Sarah Ainsly Vaughan. At Montreal on the 18th inst., Sarah Ainsly Vaughan, wife of John Molson, Sr., Esq., aged 69 years. Kingston Chronicle, March 28, 1829, p. 3

Molyneaux, Ju. At Bath (U.C.) on Thursday, the 6th June, Mr. Ju. Molyneaux, late from Belfast, Ireland. He was a cabinet maker by trade and supposed to be about 31` years of age. \ He was a stranger in this place. Kingston Chronicle, June 28, 1822, p. 3

Monagan, Catherine. Catherine Monagan, a girl of about 20 years of age, was drowned on January 1st in a well opposite the residence of Thomas M'Mahon, of Ameliasburgh township, by whom she was employed as a servant. Bathurst Courier, Perth, 22 January, 1836

Moore, ? (Mr.). In this Town on Friday, 24th inst., Mr. Moore of the Barracks department. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 28 June, 1825

Moore, James. At Belleville, on 21st ult., James Moore, surveyor, a native of Ballymena, County of Antrim, Ireland, aged 39. Bathurst Courier, Perth, 13 November, 1835

Moore, John. On Sunday last, after a lingering illness, Mr. John Moore, Proprietor of the Mansion House Hotel, aged 50 years. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 20, 1826, p. 3

Mordoff, George. All persons having any demands against the effects of the late deceased George Mordoff of Fredericksburgh are requested to present them for settlement, and all persons indebted are required to make payment on or before the first day of December next. Alex'r Clark, John Camp, Executors, Fredericksburgh, Sept. 18, 1815. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 19, 1815

Mordoff, Nanny. Nanny, wife of George Mordoff of Fredericksburgh was interred 15 April, 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

More, John. In Scotland, on the 17th Jan., the Hon. John More, formerly of the Executive Council of Lower Canada and for a long time a merchant extensively engaged in the trade of this country. Kingston Chronicle, April 4, 1823, p. 3

Morgan, ? Mrs. On Monday last, Mrs. Morgan, aged 26, lady of the Deputy Commissary General. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 3, 1823, p. 3

Morin, John, Dr. On Tuesday morning, Dr. John Morin, age 28. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 21 January, 1831

Morley, Valentine. Those owing money to the late Valentine Morley are urged to settle their accounts as soon as possible. Mary Morley, Executor of the Estate of Valentine Morley. Kingston Chronicle, November 14, 1823, p. 3

Morrill, Margaret. In London, U. C. on 27th July, Margaret, wife of Simon Morrill, formerly of Kingston. The Patriot, Toronto, Tuesday, 25 August, 1835

Moss, John. The St. Catharines Journal states that one John Moss died in that village on the 5th inst. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, October 22, 1830

Motley, William. On Saturday, William Motley, Clerk for Messrs. Frederick I. Rodfield and Company, Merchants, committed suicide. He was interred in the Church Yard at Brantford. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 3, 1815, p. 3

Mottashed, John. Whereas a young man named John Mottashed did (in company with two other persons, John and William Claytons, all Shoe-makers) left Montreal and did reside and worked for a Mr. Robert Smart in Detroit where said young man was taken very ill in April [1819] and consequently obliged to leave above person's employ, no further information having as yet been obtained concerning him, all charitable persons knowing anything respecting the fate of the said young man will confer a particular favour on his distressed family by writing immediately to his father, Jonathan Mottashed, St. Lawrence Suburb, Montreal. Dec. 21, 1819. Kingston Chronicle, January 14, 1820, p. 3

Mountain, Jacob, D.D. At Marchmount, near the City, on Thursday last, in the 78th year of his age, the Right Reverend Jacob Mountain, D.D., Lord Bishop of Quebec. His Lordship was the first Bishop of this Diocese, which was consecrated in the year 1765. (Copied from the Quebec Mercury.) Kingston Chronicle, June 24, 1825, p. 3

Mountain, Jehosaphat, D.D. In Montreal on Thursday, the 10th of April, aged 70, the Rev. Jehosaphat Mountain, D.D., Official of Lower Canada and Rector of Christ Church in that city. Kingston Gazette, May 8, 1817, p. 3

Mountain, Salter J., Rev. At the Parsonage House of Cornwall, Upper Canada, on Saturday the 18th ult. in the 60th year of his age, the Rev. Salter J. Mountain, A.B., for the last thirteen years Rector of that place and previously for many years, of Quebec. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, October 8, 1830

Mowat, John. On the 3rd instant, John, infant son of Mr. Olivr Mowat. Kingston Chronicle, August 8, 1823, p. 3

Muir child, buried July 21, 1792, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Muirhead, Mrs., buried January 3,1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Muirhead, John Butler. At Niagara, on the 29th ult., John Butler Muirhead, aged 23 years. He was the only child of James Muirhead, Esq., and Mrs. Muirhead, the only daughter of the late Col. Butler. He had married about six months ago and was a lawyer. Kingston Chronicle, December 17, 1824, p. 3

Mulholland, Henry. On the 17th inst., at Hillier, Upper Canada, Mr. Henry Mulholland, aged 24 years. He was a native of Ireland and left the following memorandum: Patrick Mulholland, Father of H.M., lived in Furlow near Castlebarr, County of Mayo, Province of Connaught, Ireland. Robt. F. Ormsby, uncle of H.M., lived at Perth, U.C. Kingston Chronicle, April 25, 1829, p. 3

Munro, Samuel. At his residence in Sophiasburgh on the 28th inst., Mr. Samuel Munro, in the 65th year of his age, much lamented by his friends and neighbours. Kingston Chronicle, July 6, 1821, p. 3

Murdock, Robert. In this town on Saturday morning at the residence of Daniel Caffrey, Robert Murdock, second son of the late Joseph Murdock, aged 31 years and 10 months. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 23 April, 1839

Murney, Charles Smyth. Died in this town [Kingston] on Saturday morning last, Charles Smyth Murney, son of Capt. H. Murney, aged 8 years. Kingston Gazette, January 7, 1812, p. 3

Murney, Henry. In Kingston on Thursday last, Henry Murney, one of the oldest inhabitants of the place, aged 77 years. The Patriot, Toronto, Tuesday, 25 August, 1835

Murphy, John. - death, 1835, see BRADY, John

Murphy, Martin. At Johnstown [New York?] Martin Murphy, by choking on a piece of meat at breakfast in Mr. Salsbury's Tavern, where he had stayed the preceding night. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 12 November, 1830

Murray, D.L., M.D. On Monday, after a long illness, D.L. Murray, M.D. Kingston Chronicle, October 27, 1826, p. 3

Myers, ?, Colonel. At Montcalm House, Quebec, Col. Myers of the 99th Regiment, Deputy Quarter-Master General to the Forces in Canada. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 18, 1817, p. 3

Myers, Frederick Wilhelm. On Wednesday, the 3d inst., Frederick Wilhelm, youngest son of Adam Henry Myers, Esq., of this town, aged 13 months, 14 days. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 19, 1823, p. 3

Myers/Myass, John. At Sidney, on the 18th of June last, at the residence of Milton C. Burns, John Myass [sic], a native of Hornsea, Yorkshire, England, in the 22nd year of his age. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 27 August, 1830

Naylor, Jacob. On Thursday the 18th inst., Mr. Jacob Naylor, Tin Smith, aged 56 years. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 27, 1826, p. 3

Near, Charles. Suddenly, at Bath on the 16th inst., Charles Near of the Mohawk River. Kingston Chronicle, July 21, 1826, p. 2

Negro, unidentified. A Black Boy buried September 20, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Negro. Inde, a Negro Woman, was buried May 28, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Negro. Sophia, a black woman belonging to Mr. Robins, buried June 27, 1800, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Negro. A negro child, buried Dec. 14, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Neilson, Jane. In Ernest Town on the 23rd Feb., Mrs. Jane Neilson, aged 30 years, consort of Dr. Samuel Neilson of that place. Kingston Gazette, March 9, 1813, p. 3

Nelson, M. D. At Valparaiso (South America) on 20th October, 1824, M. D. Nelson, a native of Sandwich, Upper Canada. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, March 29, 1825

Nibery, Solomon. An old hunter, Mr. Solomon Nibery, died on the 16th inst. in Laurens District (S.C.) aged 104 years. He was born in England. At the age of 19, he married and settled in Maryland until about 53 years ago. He never lost his teeth or his eyesight and a few days before his death he joined a hunting party and killed a deer. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 2, 1815, p. 3

Nicklas, Jean. Saturday night last, a man by the name of Jean Nicklas, late a soldier with DeWattsville Regiment [sic], committed suicide. Kingston Gazette, May 19, 1818, p. 3

Norton, Jane. In this Town on Sunday Morning last, widow Jane Norton, late consort of the late N. Norton, aged 50 years. Kingston Gazette, July 28, 1818, p. 3

Oates, Elizabeth. At York, on Wednesday, the 16th inst., Mrs. Eliz. Oates, wife of Mr. Edward Oates, aged 36 years. Kingston Chronicle, June 29, 1821, p. 3

O'Brien, Ann Grant. At Prescott, on Wednesday the 17th instant, after a long and painful illness, Mrs. Ann O'Brien, aged 40, wife of Peter O'Brien Esquire of Springfield Park, and daughter of John Grant, late of [Denlogan], North Britain. Prescott, December 22, 1817. Published in Kingston Gazette, January 13, 1818, p. 3

O'Bryant, Thomas. On Saturday, the 24th inst., at the house of Mr. William Phelps in Bastard, Thomas O'Bryant, a native of Ireland, a stranger. He told Mr. Phelps that he belonged formerly to the Army and lived about three years in the province near Fort George, and has a wife, whom he left in Kingston at Mrs. Scantlebury's, and that her friends reside at Ancaster, Upper Canada. -- Brockville Recorder. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 7, 1821, p. 3

Occum, ?, Mr. On Tuesday last, as some workmen were occupied in renewing the old capboarding of a house belong to Mrs. O'Neale in this town [Kingston], they accidentally discovered between the roof and the collar beams a small box containing from 7 to 8,000 dollars of counterfeit American Bank Notes... the completed notes bear dates in 1803 and 1802. It is conjectured that this counterfeit money was concealed in 1810 or 1811 by two persons named Rimmington and Occum. Both these mean were concerned in uttering forged notes in this place - - the former, a notorious character, effected his escape, the latter was apprehended, convicted and punished. Kingston Chronicle, August 25, 1820, p. 3

O'Farrell, Thomas. On Sunday night, Thomas O'Farrell, Notary Public, and Commissioner of the King's Bench, a native of Ireland. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 3 December, 1830

Olcott, Harriet. On Wednesday, the 3d inst., Mr. Harriet Olcott, wife of Benjamin Olcott of this Town [Kingston], aged 49 years. Kingston Chronicle, April 12, 1822, p. 3

Olds, Henry. Henry Olds, a private in the 24th Regt., was murdered in Kingston on 28th ult. by John M'Auliff [sic], also a private in the same regiment. Bathurst Courier, Perth, October 9, 1835

Oliphant, John Laing. On 5th inst., John Laing, son of John Oliphant, aged 4 years and 3 months. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 13 August, 1839

Oliver, John. In the town of Elmsby, last Sunday, about one o'clock, Mr. John Oliver, who lived at the ferry on the road to Perth Village, committed suicide by a musket shot. Copied from the Brockville Recorder. Kingston Chronicle, April 5, 1822, p. 3

Oliver, Thomas. At Brookfield, Conn., on 17th January, Thomas Oliver, aged 25, son of George Oliver, on this town. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, February 4, 1831

O'Neil, Elizabeth (Mrs.) On Tuesday evening last, Mrs. Elizabeth O'Neil, aged 81. Kingston Chronicle, March 14, 1829, p. 3

O'Niel, Felix. Felix O'Niel [sic], a carter, was found drowned this morning near one of the wharves. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 4 October, 1825

Orbell, Conrad. Found drowned in a small stream on the farm of Mr. M. Purdy, on Wednesday, 5th inst., Conrad Orbell, a German, aged 67 years, a resident of the township of Kingston for many years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 11 October, 1825

O'Riley, Edward (Mrs.). At Waterloo, near Kingston, on Monday, 27th inst., the wife of Edward O'Riley, Innkeeper. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 28 June, 1825

Ovens, Thomas. In Kingston on the 20th of Sept. last, Thomas Ovens, a native of the County of Fermanough [?], Ireland, aged 24 years. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 29, 1826, p. 3

Page, John, a Seaman, buried August 22, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Parke, Sarah. At Fredericksburgh, on the 2d inst., after a short illness, Mrs. Sarah Parke (relict of the late Mr. Parke) aged 93 years and 5 months. Kingston Chronicle, May 11, 1821, p. 3

Parker, J.G. (child of). In the Town [Kingston?] on Thursday, the 17th inst., a child of Mr. J.G. Parker of Sacket's Harbour, aged 10 months. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 28, 1818,p. 3

Parker, Simon S. Died at Belleville, on the 9th inst., Simon S. Parker, infant son of Thos. Parker, Esq., Post-Master, aged one year and 12 days. [Poem in honour of the child.] Kingston Chronicle, October 17, 1823, p. 3

Parker, Willard. In this town on Thursday morning last, Mr. Willard Parker, formerly from the States, aged about 21. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 30, 1816, p. 3

Parrot, James. On the 22nd inst. at his residence in the Bay of Quinte, Lieut.-Colonel James Parrot, late of the Addington Militia, aged upwards of 80 years. Lieut.-Colonel Parrot had entered into the army early in life and continued in active service until the year 1783, when he retired as Lieut. on Half Pay of the Queen's Rangers. He was a man of sober and industrious habits and exceedingly punctual and correct in his dealings. Besides several thousand pounds in money, he has left a handsome property in lands, which will now be divided among his relatives. Kingston Chronicle, May 25, 1821, p. 3

Patrick, Aldham. Died in this town [Kingston] on Tuesday last, after a lingering illness, Aldham Patrick, aged 13, only son of the late Mr. Jermyn Patrick. Kingston Gazette, April 27, 1813, p. 3

Patrick, John. Buried 3 June, 1795, John Patrick of Ernesttown. The first sermon ever preached in the new Church of St. John's Ernest Town was preached at the last mentioned burial. [Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Patrick, William P. Died in this town [Kingston], on Monday last, Mr. Wm. P. Patrick, aged 82. Kingston Gazette, Jan. 30, 1813, p. 3

Patterson, Antoine. Antoine, son of George Paterson [sic] of Fredericksburgh was interred 23 Aug. 1788. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Patterson, John. At Charleston, on the 3rd April, at the home of Mrs. Russell, of a consumption, Mr. John Patterson, merchant, of Kingston (Upper Canada). Kingston Gazette, April 27, 1816, p. 3

Pattinson, Richard. At Albany, on the 1st instant, aged about 45 years, Richard Pattinson [sic] Esq. of Montreal and formerly one of the most respectable merchants of Sandwich, Upper Canada. Kingston Gazette, January 20, 1818, p. 3

Paxton, Thomas. All those having demands against the Estate of the late Captain Thomas Paxton of this place [Kingston] will please tender their accounts... Jane Paxton, Kingston, November 25, 1817. Published in Kingston Gazette, December 2, 1817, p. 5

Pearson, Charles Edward (infant). At Kingston, on 22nd February, Charles Edward, infant son of T. Pearson, aged 6 months and 24 days. The Patriot, March 1, 1842

Peck, Caleb. Buried 27 February, 1804, Caleb Peck of Amherst Island. [Could be buried at Bath or on the Island. ] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Peddie, Stewart. At Perth in Scotland, Mr. Stewart Peddie, late of this city [Kingston], aged 37 years. Kingston Chronicle, May 4, 1821, p. 4

Pember, Francis. On Sunday last, Mr. Francis Pember, aged 36 years. Kingston Chronicle, September 15, 1826, p. 3

Pember, Maria Robinson. Died in this Town [Kingston], very suddenly, Mrs. Maria Pember, aged 23; wife of Mr. Francis Pember, and step-daughter of Mr. James Robinson. "Let frantic mirth be pensive here, Here let youth weep its transient bloom; Here let vain beauty drop a tear, Maria moulders in the tomb." Kingston Gazette, November 6, 1810, p. 3

Pember, Philip. On Sunday evening last, about 11 o'clock, while attempting to go on board a Schooner laying at Mr. Thomson's wharf, Mr. Philip Pember, youngest son of widow Martha Pember of this town, aged 19 years. Kingston Gazette, August 4, 1818, p. 3

Pember, Sarah, was buried August 8, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Pember, Thomas. In this town [Kingston], yesterday morning, Mr. Thomas Pember, aged 36 years. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, June 23, 1820, p. 3

Perkins child, buried April 20, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Perkins, John, buried February 18, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Perkins, William, buried Nov. 15, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Perry, Anne. Buried 15 March 1791, Anne the wife of Robert Perry of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Perry, Esther. Buried 9 October, 1803, Esther, wife of Robert Perry Jr. of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Perry, Sarah. Buried 10 April, 1803, Sarah Perry of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Peters, Bemsley, buried October 4, 1798, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Peters, Joseph. Joseph Peters of Fredericksburgh was interred 10 Nov. 1800. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Peterson, Abraham, Mrs. At Hallowell, on 21st ult., Mrs. Peterson, widow of the late Abraham Peterson, aged 93, one of the first settlers in that district. Quebec Gazette, 3 March, 1836

Petrie, Thomas O. [infant]. On Sunday the 8th inst., Thomas O. Petrie, 17 months, son of A. O. Petrie, Master of the Schooner Brock, of this Port [Kingston]. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 14, 1816, p. 3

Pettet, Elizabeth, wife of Daniel Pettet [sic], died June 15, 1799, age 40. Old stone in Pettit Cemetery, Hallowell township, Prince Edward County.

Phillips, John, buried July 5, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Philips, Mary. Buried 29 September, 1790, Mary the wife of Michael Philips of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Phippen, Joseph Scobell (infant). In Kingston on 15th inst., Joseph Scobell, infant son of Samuel Phippen. Bathurst Courier, Perth, 24 April, 1835

Piche, Antonie (child of ). Last Sunday evening was drowned at Bellville [sic] another child, the daughter of one Antonie Piche, a Canadian carter, which it is supposed, slipped into the river from the bank while fishing. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, June 23, 1820, p. 3

Pickett, Medad. In this town on Thursday the 3rd inst., Mr. Medad Pickett, aged 17 years, 7 months and 17 days. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 3, 1814, p. 2

Pickle, Johannes. Johannes Christophel Pickle of Fredericksburgh was interred 17 Feb. 1803. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Pierce, ?, Mr. - death, 1840, see GRIFFITH, James

Platt, George. At Montreal, on the 9th inst., George Platt Esquire, aged 44 years, a respectable merchant in the city. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 22, 1818, p. 3

Pollard, Richard. At Sandwich, on the 8th inst., after a long and painful illness, Rev. Richard Pollard, Rector of that place. Kingston Chronicle, November 26, 1824, p. 3

Polley, William. At Kingston, on Monday last, William Polley, aged 49 years. The Patriot, Toronto, 21 August, 1840

Pomeroy, Dan. Buried 31 January, 1804, Dan Pomeroy of Fredericksburgh. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Pomeroy, Patience. Buried 15 June, 1803, Patience, wife of Dan Pomeroy of Fredericksburgh. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Poricet, John. Died in this town [Kingston] this morning, Mr. John Poricet. Kingston Gazette, January 23, 1813, p. 3

Porteous, Charles. On Tuesday evening, the 5th inst., in the 30th year of his age, Charles Porteous, Esq., Advocate, a gentleman universally respected and regretted. His remains were last Thursday attended to the grave by their Honors the Judges of His Majesty's Court at King's Bench, the Members of the Montreal Bar, the Students at Law and a concourse of gentlemen remarkable for respectability. Kingston Chronicle, June 15, 1821, p. 3

Porter, William. Lately at Liverpool, Wm. Porter Esq., of the firm of Messrs. Porter, Froste and Company of Quebec. Kingston Chronicle, May 23, 1823, p. 3

Powell, ? Ensign. On Sunday morning at Walker's Hotel [Kingston], Ensing Powell of the King's Regiment, an active, promising young officer and much regretted by his companions in arms, and all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. Kingston Gazette, April 13, 1813, p. 3

Powell, Betty. On 29th ult., at Kingston, Betty Powell, a coloured woman, aged 109 years, for many years a pensioner of St. Georges Church. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 12 January, 1832

Powell, Catharine. On Wednesday, 1st inst., Catharine, wife of William Powell of this town, aged 51 years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 7 June, 1825

Powell, Henry Carns. On Wednesday, the 4th July, after a short but severe illness, Henry Carns [sic], infant son of Major Powell, 76th Regiment, aged 9 months and 4 days. Kingston Chronicle, July 13, 1821, p. 3

Powell, John. On Thursday evening last, John Powell, Deputy Sheriff, son of Col. Powell, of Perth, was murdered in the township of Richmond, Bathurst District, while attempting to serve a writ on one Morgan.* The Patriot, Kingston, Tuesday, 31 August, 1830.
* Note: Powell was wounded but did not die. The culprit was Francis Morgan. William D. Reid.

Powley, Jacob. Here lays [sic] the body of Jacob Powley, who gave much satisfaction until the last period when he sat in his chair facing the door on the 21st day of June, 2 o'clock afternoon year 1814. He lay down his head without struggle or a groan to sleap in silence, being age'ed 69 yrs 8 months. Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Prevost, Lady. On the 1st August, at Belmont House, near Harvant [sic], England, Lady Prevost, relict of the late Sir G. Prevost, Bart., in the 55th year of her age. Kingston Chronicle, October 2[3], 1821, p. 3 [Sir George Prevost (1767-1816) was Governor of Canada during the War of 1812. Catherine Anne Phipps married Sir George Prevost in 1789. She had lived in Canada with him and was known in Kingston. They had five children.]

Prevost, Anna Buell. On Friday the 25th of February last, Mrs. Anna Prevost, wife of Mr. Andrew Prevost of Brockville and daughter of William Buell, Esquire, of the same place, aged 35 years. Kingston Chronicle, March 3, 1820, p. 3

Price, John. John, son of John and Esther Price of Fredericksburgh was interred 3 October, 1798. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Priestly, William. Melancholy Event. On Wednesday, the 15th Oct., inst., as Mr. William Priestly of this town was returning home in a skiff, with two other men, from fishing in the harbor, the skiff was unfortunately overset, and Mr. Priestly was drowned before any relief could be afforded. The other two were taken up by a boat from Navy Point. Several attempts have been made to bind the body [sic] of the deceased, but in vain. Mr. Priestly was a native of England and had resided in Kingston only a few months. He was in the 44th year of his age, an industrious, honorable man, and a good member of society. He has left a widow, in a very infirm state of health, and one child. Kingston Gazette, October 21, 1817, p. 3

Pringle, Elizabeth. On Wednesday morning, Elizabeth, wife of Alexander Pringle. aged 52. The Patriot, Kingston, Tuesday, 15 June, 1830

Pritchard, Joseph, buried August 10, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Proctor. At Bath, Major General Proctor. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 7, 1823, p. 3

Proctor, Josiah. At Cramahe, on the 24th of May, 1822, Mr. Josiah Proctor, aged 56 years. Kingston Chronicle, June 21, 1822, p. 3

Pruyne, Samuel (son of). Two young men, one a son of John Bush, the other of Samuel Pruyne, both of Fredericksburgh, were drowned by skating into a crack in the ice on Monday last. (Copied from Picton Gazette.) The Patriot, Toronto, Tuesday, 8 March, 1842

Purdy, Elizabeth. At Portland on the 20th inst., Elizabeth, wife of Micajah Purdy Jr., aged 20 years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 23 August, 1825

Purdy, Mary. On Sunday night last, aged 42 Mary, fourth wife of Mr. Micajah Purdy Sen'r of the Township of Kingston and daughter of John Embury, Esq., of Adolphustown. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 6, 1828, p. 2

Purkess, William. At Ernest Town on Friday, the 18th inst., William Purkess aged 24. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 22 February, 1825

Ramsay, George William, Lt. - General. At Antigua, Lieutenant General George William Ramsay, Governor of that Island, after a long illness, in the 58th year of his age. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 18, 1820, p. 3

Randall, David. Estate of the late David Randall, Miller of Ernestown. Executor is Benjamin Booth. First published Ernestown, Sept. 15, 1826. Kingston Chroncle, Sept. 15, 1826, p. 3

Ranken, James. Notice - An assignment having been made to the subscriber of all the Lands, Goods, and debts, belonging to the late firm of James Ranken and Co. of Ernest Town, Merchants, as well as those belonging to James Ranken individually ... all persons as stand indebted are desired to pay their respective accounts to Chr. A. Hagerman, Esq., of Kingston before the first day of December next [1820]. John Kirby, Kingston, 1st September 1819. Kingston Chronicle, June 2, 1820, p. 1, col. 1

Rankin, David. At Naples, Italy, on June 23rd, David Rankin, formerly of Kingston, U. C., in the 36th year of his age. The Patriot, Toronto, 27 September, 1833

Rankin, John. On the 11th instant, at Kingston, U.C. after a short but very severe illness, aged 27 years, Mr. John Rankin, Deputy Ass't Com'y Gen. to H.M. Forces in British North America. His remains were interred at Ernest Town on the 13th inst. Kingston Chronicle, May 21, 1819

Rankins, Ann, buried September 30, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Ranny, ? (Mr.) In this town on Tuesday last, a laboring man by the name of Ranny fell from Mr. Worchin's wharf, in the presence of a number of spectators, and was drowned. Kingston Gazette, July 1, 1817, p. 3

Read, Catharine. On the 22d inst. Miss Catharine Read. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 29, 1826, p. 3

Redden, Mary. Buried 12 January, 1790, Mary, daughter of Francis and Elizabeth Redden of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Reddick, ? Mrs. Died, a few days since, at Ameliasburgh, Mrs. Reddick. Kingston Chronicle, June 16, 1820, p. 3

Reid, Jane. On Tuesday, the 12th inst., Mrs. Jane Reid, wife of Mr. Peter Ried, Cabinet Maker, aged 22 years. Kingston Chronicle, March 22, 1822, p. 3

Reitter, Catherine (infant). On Wed. last, Catherine, infant daughter of Mr. Joseph Reitter, aged 1 year and 7 months. Kingston Chronicle, March 28, 1829, p. 3

Renny. A child by the name of Renny buried March 20, 1797, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Rice, Patrick, of the 60th Regiment, buried November 17, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Richards, Sally. At Marysburgh on Monday the 5th inst., Sally, wife of John Richards, aged 35 years, leaving a husband and five small children. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 20 September, 1825

Richardson, Asa. Asa Richardson of Fredericksburgh was interred 4 August 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Richardson, John Jr. At Montreal, on Monday the 2nd inst., at the premature age of 16 years, John, the second son of the Honourable John Richardson of that city. [Drowned by swimming.] Kingston Chronicle, August 13, 1819, p. 3

Richardson, Matthias. Matthias, son of Thomas and Eve Richardson of Fredericksburgh was interred 15 Jan. 1801. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Richardson, Robert Jr. At Amherstburg, on the 7th June, in the 21st year of his age, of a long and lingering illness which he bore with greatest fortitude. Robert Richardson Jr., second son of Robert Richardson of the same place, Esq., a young gentleman. ... He was one of the many who fought and bled in defence of his country and there is no doubt but the fatal disease originated in the dangerous wound which he received... (Copied from Upper Canada Gazette). Kingston Chronicle, July 16, 1819, p. 3

Richardson, Tamar. Tamar Richardson of Fredericksburgh was interred 26 May, 1797. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Richardson, W. Lately, at North Shields [Britain], while writing a letter, Mr. W. Richardson, notary public, the elegant translator of Odes of Anaereen and author of several works of genius. Kingston Chronicle, November 19, 1824, p.3

Richmond, Duke of -- Kingston, September 3, 1819. It is with the deepest feeling of sorrow that we announce the death of His Grace, the Duke of Richmond, Governor-General of His Majesty's North American Dominions...Saturday, 28th ultimo at Richmond. The road to Richmond [from Perth] led through a low and marshy tract of country that was impossible for wagons or horses..the water upwards of two feet in depth. This exposure to fatigue and wet, added to the influence of a power sun, produced a fever...Canada is in a moment bereft of the best of Governors...On reference to the Peerage list we find His Grace was born in the year 1761. Kingston Chronicle, September 3, 1819, p. 3

Richmond, ?, M.D. The subscriber begs leave to inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of Kingston, and the public generally, that he has taken the house lately the residence of Dr. Richmond in King Street near the Government House, where he has for inspection a complete assortment of Boots and Shoes..... J. Jones, Kingston, July 17, 1820. Kingston Chronicle, July 21, 1820, p. 3

Ridout, Charles. At York on 21st ult., Charles, fourth son of the late Hon. Thomas Ridout, aged 27 years. The Patriot, Kingston, 9 August, 1831

Ridout, Thomas, Hon. At York, on the 8th inst., in the 75th year of his age, The Honourable Thomas Ridout, a member of the Legislative Council of this Province and for many years Surveyor General. Mr. Ridout was a native of England. (Copied from the Advocate.) [There is a longer obituary.] Kingston Chronicle, February 14, 1829, p. 2

Rikley, Rosanna. Rosanna, dau. of Andrew and Mary Rikely of Fredericksburgh, was interred 12 May, 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Ripp, William, buried August 16, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Ritchie, Joseph. Lately, at Mourzue, in Africa, about 400 miles south of Tripoli, Joseph Ritchie Esq. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, April 28, 1820, p. 3, col. 4 [More information about his career in source.]

Roads, Elizabeth (infant). In this town, on the 3rd concession [Kingston township], on Sunday evening last, Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. Mr. Roads, aged 16 months. Kingston Gazette, May 17, 1817. (Supplement) p. 3

Rob, William. On Monday, 14th instant, William Rob, Esquire, aged 47 years. Kingston Chronicle, June 18, 1820, p. 3

Roberts, ?, Mr. - Drowned on Monday last, about two o'clock p.m., Mr. Roberts, a schoolmaster in this place*. He had gone to the river for the purpose of bathing, and immediately went into the water, and after diving as he went in, rose and made signs as it was thought afterwards for assistance and immediately sunk from the view of spectators. Every attempt was made to get the body by diving and hauling with a seine [net] but it was in vain. Copied from Niagara Gleaner. Kingston Chronicle, July 7, 1820, p. 3. *[Niagara-on-the-Lake?]

Robertson, Anna. In this Town, Anna, second daughter of Mr. J. Robertson. [Nothing further.] Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 10 December, 1830

Robin, William. Died. On Monday, 14th instant, William Robin Esquire, aged 47 years. Kingston Chronicle, June 18, 1819

Robins, Alexander. At Ernest Town on Friday the 12th inst., Mr. Alexander Robins, aged 43. Kingston Chronicle, January 19, 1827, p. 3

Robins, E. (Mr.). At Quebec, on 25th ult., Mr. E. Robins, late of this place [Kingston]. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 7 June, 1825

Robins, E.R. (Mr.). At Quebec on the 25th ult., Mr. E.R. Robins. Kingston Chronicle, June 10, 1825

Robins, James. On Thursday, 26th inst., at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Alicia Forsyth, of this place [Kingston], aged upwards of 87 years, James Robins, one the oldest inhabitants of Kingston. Kingston Chronicle, June 3, 1825 and Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 31 May, 1825

Robins, John, buried November 20, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Robins, Margaret, buried December 28, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Robinson, Mrs. -- Mrs. Robinson buried October 17, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Robinson, [English soldier]. At Tobago in the month of March, Lieut. Robinson, 4th foot, A.D.C., only son of Major General Sir F. P. Robinson, Governor of that Island. Kingston Chronicle, August 18, 1820, p. 3

Robinson, Betsy, buried September 29, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Robinson, ?, M. D. Dr. Robinson of the ordnance Medical Department, was drowned in crossing Mud Lake near the isthmus on the Rideau Canal on Sunday last. The body was interred in this town yesterday. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 8 October, 1830

Robinson, Ann. On Monday last, Miss Ann Robinson, aged 20 years. The Patriot, Kingston, Tuesday, 1st March, 1831

Robinson, Beverly, Hon. On the 30th ult. at New York in his 63rd year, Honourable Beverly Robinson, one of the Members of His Majesty's Council in New Brunswick. He was the eldest brother of the Commissary General. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 9, 1816, p. 3, c. 4

Robinson, James. On Sunday morning, the 21st instant, Mr. James Robinson, cooper, aged 55, for many years an inhabitant of this town. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 26, 1819

Robinson, Jane. On Wednesday last, Mrs. Jane Robinson, wife of Mr. James Robinson, Cooper, aged 35 years. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 5, 1816, p. 3, c. 5

Robison, Richard. At Richmond, near the Napanee Mills, on Sunday last, the 25th inst., Richard Robison, Esq., Merchant, in the 38th year of his age. The loss sustained by the death of Mr. Robison is one that to his family and relatives is irreparable. Having been engaged in mercantile concerns for a number of years at the Napanee Mills, his character for integrity and for accommodating attention to business during this period of his residence is well - appreciated by his friends and acquaintance. They have respected him as a valuable and useful member of their society and by them his services will not soon be forgotten. Kingston Chronicle, April 30, 1819

Robison, Richard. Notice - - all those indebted to the co-partnership of Richard Robison and David Secord are requested to make payment to the surviving partner, David Secord, and those to whom said co-partnership may be indebted, are requested to send in their accounts for adjustment and payment. Kingston, 27 May, 1819. Kingston Chronicle, May 19, 1820, p. 3

Roblin, Matilda, 1819 - see Hay Bay Drownings.

Rocheleau, Benjamin, buried May 2, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Rodgers, Thomas. On Monday night, Thomas Rodgers, a Sergeant of the 70th Regiment. He had embarked in wooden canoe and was crossing from Point Henry to the fort on Point Frederick, when by some mischance the canoe was overset and the unfortunate man sank to the bottom. Kingston Chronicle, October 1, 1819, p. 3

Rogers, Amy. Buried 15 January, 1804, Amy Rogers of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Rogers, James. James Rogers of Fredericksburgh was interred 25 Sept. 1790. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Rogers, James. Niagara - In this Town, James Rogers, Innkeeper. It is only about one month since his brother, Alexander, departed this life. (Copied from Niagara Gleaner) Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 30, 1819, p. 3

Rogers, Margaret. Margaret Rogers of Sophiasburgh was interred 3 Dec. 1793 Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Rogers, Stephen. On Monday last, Mr. Stephen Rogers, a native of Kingston, aged 22 years. Kingston Chronicle, April 4th, 1829, p. 3

Rogers, William. William Rogers of Fredericksburgh was interred 18 June, 1799. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Rose, Alexander. On 3rd inst., Alexander Rose, aged 34. [Entire entry.] The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 6 August, 1839

Rose, Benjamin. Buried 12 March, 1788, Benjamin, son of Daniel and Eleanor Rose of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Rose, Benjamin. Buried 6 April, 1797, Benjamin, son of Mattias and Nancy Rose of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Rose, Dorcas. Buried 16 August, 1796, Dorcas, wife of Mathias Rose of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Rose, Elizabeth. Buried 10 May, 1801, Elizabeth, wife of Matthias Rose of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Rose, Israel. Buried 12 July, 1795, Israel, son of Daniel and Eleanor Rose of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Rose, Jinney. Buried 15 June, 1800, Jinney, dau. of Mathias and Elizabeth Rose of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Rosebury, Mary, Countess At London on Sunday, the 9th March last, Mary, Countess Dowager of Rosebury in the 71st year of her age. Kingston Chronicle, May 23, 1823, p. 3

Ross, John. CASUALTY - On Saturday, a small skiff containing five persons was accidentally upset off Point Henry, and three of the unfortunate men drowned, viz. a person named Ross, and his son, and a soldier, name of Craig. Ross's second son and a soldier were saved. The bodies of John Ross and Nathaniel Craig were later found. Kingston Chronicle, May 27, 1825, p. 3

Rouchelau, Francois X. A few weeks since at Williamstown, County of Glengary [sic], Mr. Francois X. Rouchelau, aged 51, for many years a respectable inhabitant and master-mason of this town [Kingston]. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 12, 1812, p. 3

Royal Navy. Toast offered at Kingston, June 1820: "Our absent friends, the Gentlemen of the Navy, who did us the honor to walk with us - - but not to dine with us." Kingston Chronicle, June 16, 1820, p. 3, col. 3

Russell, Abigail. Buried October 12, 1791, Abigail Russel [sic], old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Russell, Elizabeth. At York, on Tuesday the 12th ult., Miss Elizabeth Russell, sister of the late Hon. Peter Russell, formerly Receiver General of this Province, in the 68th year of her age. Kingston Chronicle, March 8, 1822, p. 3

Russell, James, child of, buried March 8, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Russell, John. John Russell of Fredericksburgh was interred 30 Aug. 1791. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Russell, Mary. In this town on Thursday last, the 17th inst., after a lingering illness, Mary the youngest daughter of Capt. F. Russell of the Royal Engineers, Dept., age 16 years. Kingston Gazette, Aug. 15, 1815, p. 3

Ruttan, William. At New York, on Wednesday, 3rd inst., aged 19, William, eldest son of Henry Ruttan, M.P.P., for Northumberland. He was on his return from a tour through Italy and South of France to which he was recommended for declining health. The Patriot, Toronto, 23 May, 1837

Rutter, George. On Sunday, the 5th inst., George, eldest son of Mr. John Rutter, aged 3 years. Kingston Chronicle, May 10, 1822, p. 3

Ryder, Samuel. In this township (3d Concession) on Monday night last, after a short illness, Mr. Samuel Ryder, Tanner, aged about 40 years. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 14, 1816, p. 3, c. 5

Sailor, unidentified, buried February 21, 1791.
Sailor, unidentified, buried April 29, 1791.
Sailor, unidentified, buried August 26,1791.
Sailor, unidentified, buried September 6, 1791.
Sailor, unidentified, buried September 18, 1791.
Sailor, unidentified, buried October 1, 1791.
Sailor, unidentified, buried February 6, 1792
Sailor, unidentified, buried May 11, 1792.
Sailor, from St. Thomas [West Indies?], buried April 25, 1793
....in old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Salisbury, Edward. In Adams, Jefferson County [United States], on the 29th March, Mr. Edward Salisbury, aged 103 years. He was a soldier with a commission in the French War. He was at the building of Fort Stanwick under General Stanwick, at Rome [N.Y.] in 1775, at the taking of Oswego and [Cataragea] from the French and Indians in 1756 and in the battle of Ticonderoga in [1758]. He has about 200 descendants, 12 children, 84 grandchildren, 100 great-grandchildren and several of the 5th generation. Kingston Chronicle, May 9th, 1829, p. 2

Sampson, Mary. In this town on Sunday evening last, after a short but difficult illness, Mrs. Mary Sampson, wife of Captain Theophilus Sampson, aged 40. Kingston Gazette, Nov. 16, 1816, p. 3, c. 5

Sarraisin, ?. Death - 1819, see DUSENBERRY, James.

Scantlebury, John. On Tuesday, the 19th inst., Mr. John Scantlebury, Proprietor of the Commercial Hotel, aged 53 years. Kingston Chronicle, Aug. 23, 1828, p. 3

Schmitt, Elizabeth. Elizabeth, dau. of Philip and Hannah Schmitt of Fredericksburgh was interred 10 June, 1794. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Schmitt, Jacob. Jacob Schmitt of Fredericksburgh was interred 10 Sept., 1790. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Schmitt, Nicholas. Nicholas Schmitt of Fredericksburgh was interred 30 April, 1789.

Schmitt, Nicholas. Nicholas, son of Philip and Hannah Schmitt of Fredericksburgh, was interred 11 Feb. 1793. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Scott, Barbara. In Quebec, on the morning of the 5th inst., Barbara Scott, aged 8 years, daughter of Thos. Scott, Esquire, Paymaster, 70th Regiment. Kingston Chronicle, October 2[3], 1821, p. 3

Scott, Joseph R. At the Naval Establishment, Grand River, on 31st March last, Mr. Joseph R. Scott, Assistant Surgeon, Royal Navy, aged 36 years. Kingston Chronicle, May 4, 1821, p. 4

Scott, Robert, Ensign. At Point Henry on Friday morning, Ensign Robert Scott of the Canadian Regiment, aged 19 years. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 8, 1814, p. 3

Scott, Thomas. At Quebec, on the 14th inst., after a lingering illness, Thomas Scott Esq., Paymaster of His Majesty's 70th Regiment, aged 52 years. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 28, 1823, p. 3

Scott, William. Died at Quebec on the 11th inst., the Hon. William Scott, Comptroller of His Majesty's Customs and one of the members of the Honourable Legislative Council of the Province. Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 28, 1820, p. 3

Skrimner, Solomon, buried August 30, 1799, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Seaman, Nehemiah. Brockville - On December 9th, Nehemiah Seaman, late of this town, was found dead inside the wall which is built to support the south side of Main Street. (Copied from Brockville Recorder.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 24 December, 1830

Secord, Mrs., buried September 23rd, 1796, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Sellers, Elizabeth, buried November 6, 1800, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Servant, unidentified. A servant of Mr. Lynes was buried May 31, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Shannon, Hannah Merrill. On November 30th, 1833 at Stamford, near the Falls of Niagara, Hannah, wife of John Shannon, and third daughter of Samuel Merrill Senior of Kingston, aged 32 years, 2 months and 10 days, leaving a husband and five children. The Patriot, Toronto, 21 January, 1834

Shannon, John, of Camden was interred 23 August, 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Sharp, Johannes. Buried 16 February, 1794, Johannes, son of Johannes and Bata Sharp of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Shaver, John N. At Matilda on 17th ult., John N. Shaver, aged 81. He was one of those who accompanied the late Sir John Johnson through the wilderness to Canada at the breaking out of the American Rebellion, and afterwards served in the Royal Yorkers till the peace of 1783. He commanded a company of the Dundas Militia at the battle of Presqu'isle, in 1812, when, in conjunction with Capt. Ault's flank company, he contributed greatly to defeating the efforts of a determined and numerous enemy to carry the position of Presqu'ile. The Observer, Cornwall, 11 October, 1838

Shaw, Elizabeth. Elizabeth, dau. of William and Jane Shaw of Fredericksburgh was interred 2 May, 1788. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Shaw, Jane. Yesterday morning, Jane, wife of Samuel Shaw, merchant of this place, aged 28 years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 5 July, 1825

Shaw, Margaret Grant. Here, on the 16th inst., Mrs. Margaret Grant, relict of the late Capt. James Shaw, aged 75 years. Kingston Chronicle, May 25, 1821, p. 3

Sheek, David. At Cornwall, on the 25th ult., David Sheek, Esq., aged 68. Kingston Chronicle, April 13, 1821, p. 3 In next issue: "We have received a letter from David Sheek, Esq., of Cornwall, whose death was announced in the Courant of the 4th inst., intimating to us the erroniousness of that statement -- we sincerely regret that any such effort should arise and that our paper should have been the medium of such a pitiful trick, but as we received the intelligence by a letter signed I. Bruce, and dated Cornwall, seeming to come from a friend of Mr. Sheek's, we could have no doubt of its authenticity." Copied from Cornwall Courant. Kingston Chronicle, April 27, 1821, p. 3

Sheek, David. At his home at Milleroche, in the Township of Cornwall, U.C., on Sunday, the 15th ultimo, David Sheek, Esq., aged 58 years. He was upwards of 26 years a Magistrate of this County, and many years Judge to the Eastern District and Surrogate Court. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 14, 1821, p. 3

Shepard, Joseph. On Wednesday last, 3rd inst., at his house on Yonge Street, Joseph Shepard, the Father of Reform in Upper Canada. He was born in the colony of New Hampshire in 1767, his father and mother being natives of Ireland. The last 44 years of his life were passed in the county of York, to which he removed from the Bay of Quinte, near Kingston, in 1793. He would have been three score and ten years had he lived till the 10th of August next. The Constitution, Toronto, 10 May, 1837

Sheppard, Mary Ann, buried September 16, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Sherwood, Polly. At Brockville, on the 8th inst., Mrs. Polly, wife of Reuben Sherwood, Esq., Deputy Provincial Military Surveyor, aged 42 years. Kingston Chronicle, June 29, 1821, p. 3

Shewman, William, husband of Margaret, died 1800. Old marker, Parks Cemetery, North Fredericksburgh.

Shibley, Peter. At Portland, on the 24th of March, Peter, son of Jacob Shibley, aged 6 years. Kingston Chronicle, April 14, 1820, p. 3, col. 5

Shorey, Catharine. Buried 13 December, 1803, Catharine Shorey of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Shorey, Elizabeth. Buried 15 January 1804, Elizabeth Shorey of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Short, David. At Marysburgh on 22nd ult, David Short, aged about 60. Upper Canada Herald, Kingsto, Tuesday, 20 September, 1825

Short, Elizabeth. At St. John's New Brunswick, on the 28th November last, Elizabeth, consort of J.Q. Short, Esq., Staff Surgeon, aged 40 years. Kingston Chronicle, December 31, 1824, p. 3

Short, R.Q., Rev. At Three Rivers, on the 31st ult. [January], the Rev. R.Q. Short, aged 63, and for 26 years Rector of the Protestant Episcopal Church there. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 9, 1827, p. 3

Short, Sarah. At Collins Bay on Tuesday last, the 29th, very suddenly, Mrs. Sarah Short, wife of Mr. David Short, aged 61 years. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 5, 1815, p. 3

Shorts, David B. At his father's residence in Belleville, on 30th ult., David B. Shorts, eldest son of Philip Shorts, formerly of Adolphustown, aged [blank] years. The Transcript, Montreal, 8 November, 1842

Shriver, Rosanna. Rosanna, dau. of George and Katreen Shriver of Fredericksburgh was interred 2 Oct. 1791. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Shuman, Cheban Martin. Cheban Martin Shuman of Fredericksburgh was interred 6 April 1797. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Sicker, Sarah. "In memory of Sarah, wife of William Sicker, who departed this life June 1, 1832, aged 33 years and 9 months. My friends bid all adieu, I leave you in God's care, and if I here no more see you, Go on, I'll meet you there... " Old stone in Fourth Line Cemetery.

Sills, Johannes. Johannes Sills of Fredericksburgh was interred 21 Nov. 1800. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Sills, Joseph. Joseph, son of Conrad and Sarah Sills of Fredericksburgh was interred 24 Feb. 1794. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Silver, Joseph. - death, 1835, see BURNETT, Matthew

Simpson, Alexander. Alexander Simpson of Fredericksburgh was interred 21 May, 1800. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Simpson, James. James Simpson was murdered at Kingston on 7th inst. by his wife, Catherine. Bathurst Courier, Perth, 28 November, 1834

Simpson, Thomas. On the 18th Jan., Mr. Thomas Simpson, late Messman of the 76th Regiment, after a lingering illness. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 1, 1822, p. 3

Sinclair, James (child). On Tuesday, the 21st inst., James Sinclair, son of Capt. James Sinclair, aged 3 years. Kingston Chronicle, September 24, 1819, p. 3

Sinclair, Lucy-Ann (child) On the 16th inst., Lucy-Ann, daughter of Duncan Sinclair, aged 3 years. Kingston Chronicle, August 18, 1826, p. 3

Singleton, George. George Singleton of Fredericksburgh was interred 23 Sept. 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Skenandon. At his residence near Oneida Castle, on Monday the 11th ult., Skenandon, the celebrated Oneida Chief, age 110 years. He watched and repelled the Canadian invasions. Kingston Gazette, May 25, 1816, p. 2

Sloan, Ebenezer. At Hillier, on Friday, the 7th inst., Mr. Ebenezer Sloan, aged 40 years. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 11, 1828, p. 3

Small, John R. Suddenly, at Utica, New York, on his way from the West Indies to Upper Canada, John R. Small, Esq., Colonial Secretary to the Island of Nevia, son of John Small, Esq., of Upper Canada. Kingston Chronicle, July 6, 1821, p. 3

Smallpox - 1820. Messrs. Editors - As there are some cases of small pock now existing in this town and this vicinity and some deaths having already been occasioned by it... I most earnestly entreat those better informed... to use their influence among their poorer and less informed neighbours to have their children vaccinated. Expence can be no excuse as they may have it done gratis by application to the Rev. Official Stuart, the Rev. John Wilson, or any of the Clergy in Kingston....
Kingston Chronicle, March 17, 1820, p. 3

Smith, Amy. In this town [Kingston] on Monday morning last, Mrs. Amy Smith, wife of Mr. George Smith, aged about 40 years. Kingston Gazette, April 12, 1817, p. 3

Smith, Andrew. Died at Elizabethtown on Monday, the 30th ult. [ie. Dec. 30, 1811] Mr. Andrew Smith, merchant of that place, age 40, and on Wednesday following his remains were interred with every possible mark of respect. He was an affectionate husband, and parent and has left a wife and three children to deplore his loss. Kingston Gazette, January 21, 1812, p. 3

Smith, Ann, buried April 9, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Smith, Anne (of Kingston). On the morning of the 14th inst., Anne, third daughter of Peter Smith, Esq., of this town, aged 20 years. Kingston Chronicle, May 20, 1825, p. 3

Smith, Anne (of Kingston). On the morning of the 4th inst.[sic], Anne, third daughter of Peter Smith of this town [Kingston], aged 20 years. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, May 17, 1825

Smith, Anson, M.D. On the 23rd ult. at Boston, on his way home from a tour for the recovery of his health, Doctor Anson Smith of this place in his 41st year of age. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 31, 1815, p. 3

Smith, Anson, M.D. All persons indebted to the Estate of Doctor Anson Smith are requested to make immediate payment to Allan MacLean, Esq., and those who have demands are requested to exhibit them for adjustment. Martha Smith, Administratrix [sic]. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 3, 1816

Smith, Christopher. In Kingston, on 2nd inst., Christopher, eldest son of Thomas Smith, in the 18th year of his age. The Patriot, Toronto, 10 December, 1833

Smith, Daniel. Daniel Smith of Fredericksburgh was interred 5 March, 1799. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Smith, Elias. At Fredericksburgh, in the night of the 8th July, Elias Smith, aged 22 years, as the result of a lightning strike. Funeral on Sat. the 10th inst. from the home of his father, Mr. Jacob Smith. Kingston Gazette, July 20, 1813, p. 3 & 4

Smith, Elias. At Port Hope, on the 8th inst., Elias Smith, Esq., aged 50 [sic]. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, May 17, 1825

Smith, Elias. At Port Hope, on the 8th inst., after an illness of four days, Elias Smith, Esq., aged 30 years. [sic] Kingston Chronicle, May 20, 1825, p. 3

Smith, Eliza. On Tuesday last, very suddenly, Eliza, the only child of Mr. Thomas Smith, aged 1 year and 5 months. Kingston Gazette, August 15, 1815, p. 3

Smith, George Bartlett [infant]. On Wednesday, the 16th instant, after a long and painful illness, George Bartlet, son of Mr. George Smith of this town, aged 15 months and 28 days. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 19, 1816, p. 3, c. 5

Smith, Ira. Died at Ernest Town on Saturday the 22nd ult. [April], Mr. Ira Smith, a native of the United States. Kingston Chronicle, May 5, 1820, p. 3, col. 4

Smith, James. A coroner's inquest was held on the body of a young man named James Smith on Sunday last, who was found dead in this town. (Copied from Niagara Herald.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, October 1st, 1830

Smith, Jane. At Kingston, on 27th ult., the infant daughter, and on the 29th ult., Jane Attillia, wife of Alexander Smith, of Toronto, in the 28th year of her age. The Patriot, Toronto, 9 April, 1841

Smith, Janet. On the 1st November, Mrs. Janet Smith, aged 90 years, relict of the late Hon. W. Smith of that City. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 12, 1819, p. 3

Smith, John. At Belleville on Saturday, the 20th instant, Mr. John Smith, a native of Dumfries, Scotland, aged 81 years. His remains were interred on Monday, the 22nd instant, in the Episcopalian burying ground, attended by a numerous concourse of mourners and friends. Deceased [endured] a painful illness which afflicted him for nearly a month...Kingston Chronicle, March 12, 1819

Smith, John [infant]. On the 26th, at Ernest Town, John, youngest son of Parker Smith, Junior, aged 10 months and 2 days. Kingston Chronicle, April 14, 1820, p. 3

Smith, Lauchlan. In the Parish of St. ann's, on the 29th June, Lauchlan Smith, Esq., Seigneur of St. Denis and La Pocatiere. Mr. Smith was a native of Inverness (Scotland) and is supposed to be upwards of 100 years of age. He served as a private in General Wolfe's army at the taking of Quebec. Kingston Chronicle, July 18, 1823, p. 3

Smith, Lavinia. In Merrickville, on Feb. 25th, in the 71st year of her age, Lavinia, widow of the late Lieut. Thomas Smith, of the King's Royal Regiment of New York. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 26 March, 1839

Smith, Mary [of Fredericksburgh]. Mary, wife of Daniel Smith, Fredericksburgh, was interred 7 March, 1795. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Smith, Mary [of Fredericksburgh]. Mary, wife of John Smith, Fredericksburgh, was interred 7 May, 1798. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Smith, Mary [of Kingston]. In this town on Tuesday last, Mrs. Mary Smith, wife of Mr. Richard Smith, Merchant, aged 41. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 10, 1816, p. 3

Smith, Mary [of Marmora]. On the 11th inst., at Marmora Iron Works, Mary, wife of Mr. John Smith, Viewer of Colleries, and daughter of George Johnson, Esq., deceased, of Byker, Northumberland, England. Kingston Chronicle, December 31, 1824, p. 3

Smith, Parker Junior. At Camden on 25th inst., Parker Smith Jr., late of Ernesttown, aged 36. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 31 May, 1825. Also Kingston Chronicle, June 3, 1825, p. 3

Smith, Peter. On the 15th inst., after an painful and protracted illness of 6 months, Peter Smith, Esq., of this town, aged 74 years. [There is a brief obituary which indicates that he was a United Empire Loyalist.] Kingston Chronicle, August 18, 1826, p. 3

Smith, Peter. Peter Smith, a blacksmith, of Ernesttown, was frozen to death during the snow storm of Saturday night, 26th ult. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 5 Feb., 1839

Smith, Peter Bethune. On Tuesday, 2nd Nov., Peter Bethune Smith, infant son of David John Smith of this town. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 5 November, 1830

Smith, Richard. On 17th inst., Richard Smith, eldest son of Benjamin Smith, of Sophiasburgh, was drowned in attempting to cross the bay, near the Big Island, on the ice. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 31 December, 1830

Smith, Samuel. At York on the 26th inst., Hon. Samuel Smith, one of His Majesty's Executive Council and late President of Upper Canada. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 3, 1826, p. 3

Smith, Samuel (Mrs.). At York on the 20th inst., Mrs. Smith, wife of the Hon. Samuel Smith, aged 48 years. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 29th, 1826, p. 3

Smith, Thomas [of Kingston township] In Kingston township on Monday, the 18th ult., Mr. Thomas Smith, aged 72 years. Kingston Chronicle, March 1, 1822, p. 3

Smith, Thomas, Mrs. On Tuesday, 12th inst., Mrs. Thomas Smith, aged 47. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 19 February, 1839

Smithers, Richard. At Long Island, opposite Kingston, on Friday, 3rd inst. Richard Smithers, boat builder in H. M. Dockyard. The Patriot, Toronto, 14 February, 1837

Smyth, George Stracey. At Fredericton, on the morning of the 27th March, after an illness of ten days, His Excellency, Major General Georgbe Stracey Smyth, Lieut. Governor and Commander in Chief of the Province of New Brunswick, etc., etc. [sic] [A long obituary follows, giving details of his career.] His remains are to be consigned to Halifax to be deposited in the same vault with those of his late wife who he has survived nearly six years. Kingston Chronicle, May 2, 1823, p. 3

Smyth, Margaret. At Carleton Island, on the 11th inst., of billious fever, Margaret, wife of Charles Smyth, Esq., aged 38 years. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 19, 1823, p. 3

Smyth, Patrick. Those owing money to the late Patrick Smyth are urged to settle their accounts as soon as possible. George H. Markland and Neil J. Machan, Executors of the Estate of Patrick Smyth. [First inserted October 12th, 1823] Kingston Chronicle, November 14, 1823, p. 4

Snider, Henry. In Ameliasburgh, on 17th inst., Henry Snider, an exhorter of the Methodist Church. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 31 December, 1830

Snider, Peter. Buried 25 February, 1790, Peter Snider of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Union Cemetery.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Soldier, unidentified. A soldier of the Queen's Rangers buried April 25, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Soldier, unidentified. A soldier of Hollingsworth buried August 9th, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Soldier, unidentified, of the 5th Regiment, buried June 30, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [The First Battalion, 5th Regiment of Foot, was in Canada from 1787 until they returned to England in 1797.]

Soldier, unidentified, of 60th Regiment, buried July 24, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Soldier, unidentified, of 60th Regiment, buried August 9, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Soldier, unidentified, of the 5th Regiment, buried October 24, 1794, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Soldier, unidentified, of 60th Regiment, buried June 8, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Sole, Margaret. Buried 12 April, 1795, Margaret, the wife of William Sole of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Somerville, Charlotte. On Sunday last, on her passage in the Steam Boat Quebec to this place [Montreal], after a long illness, which she suffered with the fortitude of a Christian, Charlotte, wife of the Revd. James Somerville. (Copied from Montreal Herald of Aug. 7) Kingston Chronicle, August 13, 1819, p. 3

Spark, Alex, Rev. Died suddenly on Sunday the 7th inst., Dor Alex Spark, Minister of the Gospel and Preacher in St. Andrew's Church of this city. [Quebec] ....He was in his 63rd year. (Quebec, March 11, 1819) Kingston Chronicle, March 19, 1819

Sparkman, Thomas, M.D. On Friday last, Dr. Thomas Sparkman, aged about 80. He was one of the first settlers in this country. Kingston Gazette, Feb. 23, 1813, p. 3

Sparrow, Edward, Lieut.-Col. At Kingston (Jamaica), August 22, after five days illness, of a malignant fever now so prevalent, Lieut. Col Edward Sparrow, Deputy Adju. General to the Forces and an Officer of high character and reputation, and one whose death is justly considered as a serious loss to the service. His social qualitites, urbanity and friendly disposition will long be held in affectionate rememberance. Kingston Chronicle [Upper Canada], Nov. 12, 1819, p. 3

Spencer, Hazelton. Last Notice. ... any demands against the estate of the late Hazelton Spencer, Esq. .... B.C. Spencer, Administrator, Kingston, November 15th, 1815. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 9, 1815

Spencer, Thomas, died 1795, age 68. Old stone in Glenwood Cemetery, Picton.

Spilsbury, Francis B. On Saturday, the 9th instant, Francis B. Spilsbury, Surgeon, Royal Navy, aged 62 years. Kingston Chronicle, August 15, 1823, p. 3

Spratt, C. Mrs. At the Naval Yard, Kingston on Monday the 16th instant, Mrs. C. Spratt, wife of Michael Spratt, Esquire, Master Attendant at this place, aged 44 years. Mrs. Spratt had been married upwards of 25 years, during which time she had lived with her husband in perfect harmony, and exhibited a pleasing picture of conjugal felicity. She was a benefactress to the poor who resorted to her for relief. She was hospitable to her neighbours and well beloved by all her acquaintances; and withal, was so much attached to domestic life as not to have a wish but to see her husband and friends around her happy. Mr. Spratt's affliction for this irreparable loss may be more easily imagined then portrayed. Kingston Chronicle, August 20, 1819, p. 3

Squires, Henry. In this town [Kingston] on Sunday morning last, Mr. Henry Squires, aged 26. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 23, 1813, p. 3

St. John, Mrs. The wife of St. John, the Cooper was buried on December 23, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Staats, Philip. Very suddenly at Markham on Saturday the 2nd ult., Philip Staats, 80 years of age, for many years a resident of Canada. He was a native of Germany and came to this country in the time of the American Revolution and served as a soldier in the British army during that time. He left home with his son's wife on Friday in his usual good health and slept in some house on the 8th concession that evening. On Saturday morning he went to the store of Archibald Barker to purchase a pair of spectacles which he did, and whilst standing by the stove talking he dropped down dead, never spoke again nor moved either hand or foot. Colonial Advocate, Toronto, 3 February, 1831

Stansfield, Joshua (Mrs.). On Tuesday last, at Montreal, Mrs. Joshua Stansfield, in the 33rd year of her age. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 25 October, 1825 (Tues.)

Stanton, Margaret. [On Friday, 3rd inst.,] Margaret, infant daughter of Mr. Robert Stanton, aged two days. Kingston Chronicle, March 10, 1820, p. 3

Stanton, Margaret. At Fort Erie on the 19th of June, 1820, Margaret, the wife of William Stanton Esq., Deputy Aff't Commissary General. ...she heroically submitted to a most painful and distressing operation, which she sustained with a degree of patience and fortitude almost unexampled. But alas the inveteracy of her complaint was so great and the possession it had obtained over her whole frame was such as must have baffled all human skill. Kingston Chronicle, July 7, 1820, p. 3

Steel. A child of [Mr.] Steel was buried October 19, 1793, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Stennet, George (infant). On Friday last, George, infant son of William Stennet. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, 30 August, 1825

Stephenson, John. In Montreal, on the 2nd inst., after a lingering illness, Mr. John Stephenson, Senior, Tobaconist [sic], aged 61, for many years a respectable inhabitant of that Province. Kingston Chronicle, June 15, 1821, p. 3

Stevens, John and Mary, buried January 5, 1792, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Stewart, Charles. Notice. All persons indebted to the estate of Charles Stewart, distiller, late of Hallowell, deceased, are requested to make immediate payment to the subscriber.... Thomas Eyre, Administrator, Hallowell, Oct. 4, 1812. Kingston Gazette, October 24, 1812, p. 3

Stinson, Elizabeth, died August 16, 1796, age 67y 1m 7d. Wife of John Stinson. Old marker in Stinson Cemetery, Hallowell twp., Prince Edward County.

Stoney, Nicholas, buried April 16, 1798, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Storms, Jemima. Jemima, wife of Henry Storms of Marysburgh was interred 25 August 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Stoughton, Jane. On the evening of the 18th, after a lingering illness of more than six months, Jane, second daughter of William Stoughton, of Kingston. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 27 August, 1830

Strange, John (children of ). On Monday last, Robert James, aged 6 years and 9 months - - and on Thursday morning, Isabella, aged 2 years, children of John Strange. The Patriot, Kingston, Tuesday, 22 March, 1831

Stretch, Daniel, buried October 19, 1797, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Stuart, Charles. In this city on Thursday, the 26th inst., after a lingering and painful illness, Charles Stuart Esq., for many years Sheriff of the midland District, aged 34 years. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 28, 1816, p. 3

Stuart, Charles. The subscribers, Executors to the Estate of Charles Stuart, Esq., deceased, late Sheriff of the Midland District, hereby request all those indebted to the same Estate to make immediate payment... in order that a settlement of the Estate may be effected as speedily as possible after the first day of July, 1818. [Signed] George O. Stuart, Allan McLean, Executors, Kingston, August 1, 1817. Kingston Gazette, November 18, 1817, p. 1

Stuart, Jane. In this town on Sunday last, after a lingering illness, Miss Jane Stuart, aged 30, eldest daughter of the late Rev. John Stuart. Kingston Gazette, April 1, 1815, p. 3

Stuart, Jane. In this town on Sunday evening, the 10th inst., Mrs. Jane Stuart, relict of the late Rev. John Stuart, in the 74th year of her age. Kingston Chronicle, June 15, 1821, p. 3. (A longer obituary appears in the Chronicle, June 22nd, p. 4.)

Stuart, Lucy Brooks. In the morning of the 10th inst., in the 39th year of her age, Mrs. Lucy Brooks Stuart, only daughter of the Honourable John Brooks of Medford, Massachusetts and wife of the Rev. George Okil Stuart, Ecclesiastical Commissary of Upper Canada and Minister of Kingston... [long obit. follows]. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 18, 1813, p. 3

Sullivan, Cecilia Eliza, nee Matthews. At York on 20th inst., aged 18 years, Cecilia Eliza, wife of Robert Baldwin Sullivan, and daughter of Captain Matthews of the Royal Invalid Artillery. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 31 December, 1830

Sullivan, Daniel. At York, on tuesday, the 20th inst., of a consumption, Mr. Daniel Sullivan, Student at Law, aged 22 years. Kingston Chronicle, August 3, 1821, p. 3

Sullivan, Thomas. On Wednesday, 19th inst., Thomas Sullivan, aged 30 years, one of the late emigrants from Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 25 October, 1825

Swan, Robert. On 7th inst., at the residence of his son, Samuel Swan, in Collin's Bay, Robert Swan, late of Lanark [or Lanarkshire], Scotland, aged 72. The Patriot, Kingston, 20 September, 1831

Taffe, John. At Point Frederick on Monday the 15th inst., Mr. John Taffe, aged 21 years. Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1820, p. 3

Talbot, Joseph Walter. On Tuesday evening, August 2nd, at the residence of Edward Beeston, in Picton, Joseph Walter Talbot, aged 12 years. The Patriot, Toronto, 12 August, 1836

Tavernier - a French Sailor, buried November 13, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Taylor, Allan. At Bellville [sic] on Wednesday the 19th inst., aged 31 years, Allan Taylor, Esq.... He was one of those meritorious individuals who by his personal exertions and scrupulous attention to honesty in all his dealings acquired a large property, accompanied with the respect of all who knew him. Kingston Chronicle, May 21, 1819

Taylor, Allan. Notice - Whereas difficulties are likely to arise in the arrangement of the affairs of the late Allan Taylor's estate, the subscriber deems it necessary to inform the public that on the 3rd day of November last, a final Settlement of the co-partnership between Taylor & Parker was made ...This notice is therefore given that all who are concerned in, or indebted to the estate may be cautioned against paying any other person then the undersigned...Wm. Taylor, Administrator of Allan Taylor's Estate, Bellville [sic], June 25, 1819. Kingston Chronicle, July 2, 1819, p. 3

Taylor, John. Buried 11 December, 1789, John Taylor of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Taylor, Jonathan buried May 5, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Taylor, William, buried Feb. 8, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Temple, Richard. Here [Montreal] on Thursday last, Mr. Richard Temple, formerly of the Naval Department at Kingston. (Copied from Montreal Herald.) Kingston Chronicle, Jan. 28, 1820, p. 3

Tenike, Polley. In this town on Sunday morning after a lingering illness, which she bore with Christian resignation and patience, Polley Tenike, fourth daughter of Mr. Andrew Tenike, aged 17 years, 4 months, 5 days. Kingston Gazette, March 22, 1813, p. 2

Thackery - see Fackery.

Thibodo, Oliver. On Tuesday night, at 9 o'clock after a long and severe illness of seven months, Mr. Oliver Thibodo, formerly of Quebec, in the 43rd year of his age. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 11, 1820, p. 3 All persons having claims upon the Estate of the late Oliver Thibodo, Esquire, deceased, are requested to deliver the same, properly attested... Kingston Chronicle, May 25, 1821, p. 5

Thirkell, Emma Louisa (infant). On 6th inst., Emma Louisa, daughter of William Thirkell, aged 7 months. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 13 Aug., 1839

Thom, Eliza Montague. On Thursday the 11th instant, at Elm Grove, Perth, after a lingering illness which she bore with Christian fortitude, Eliza Montague, wife of Alexander Thom, Esq., late Staff Surgeon to His Majesty's Forces. Kingston Chronicle, May 19, 1820, p. 3, col. 4

Thom, Harriot. At York, on the 4th Feb., aged 23, Mrs. Harriot Thom, wife of Dr. Thom, Staff Surgeon in the Army and stationed at the post. Kingston Gazette, March 25, 1815, p. 3

Thompson, Ann, buried January 5, 1792 old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Thompson, Frederick. Niagara district - At his Farm in Trafalgar, on the 17th inst., Frederick Thompson, son of the late Cornelius Thompson of Grantham... (Copied from Niagara Gleaner) Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 30, 1819, p. 3

Thompson, John. On Thursday the 5th inst., suddenly, at Bellville [sic], Major John Thompson of the 1st Regt. Hastings Militia. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 21 January, 1831

Thompson, John (Mrs.) At Belleville, on the 12th February, Mrs. Thompson, wife of Captain John Thompson of this place [Belleville? Kingston?] in the 40th year of her age. Kingston Chronicle, March 14, 1829, p. 3

Thomson, Elizabeth Spafford. Died in this town on Thursday last, after a lingering illness, Mrs. Elizabeth Thomson, wife of Mr. H. C. Thomson, merchant, and second daughter of the late Mr. Elijah Spafford, aged 22 years, leaving a disconsolate husband, a tender mother, relatives and friends. Kingston Gazette, July 9, 1814, p. 8

Thomson, James. [In Everlasting Memory of] James Thomson who departed this life the 9th of August, 1833, in his 52nd year. A native of Argyleshire, Scotland. Old stone in Fourth Line Cemetery.

Thomson, Jane McLeod (infant) On Wednesday, the 6th inst., Jane McLeod, infant daughter of H.C. Thomson, Esq., M.P., aged 3 months. Kingston Chronicle, July 14, 1826, p. 2

Thomson, William Henry (infant). On Saturday, the 20th inst., William Henry, infant son of Hugh C. Thomson, aged 11 months. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 23 August, 1825

Thornhill, Frances Maria Hall. At the residence of her mother, in Kingston on Sunday last, Frances Maria, wife of Richard Hull Thornhill of Toronto, aged 27, eldest daughter of the late Philip F. Hall of Kingston, formerly a Captain of the 16th Regiment. The Patriot, Toronto, Friday, December 1, 1837

Thuresson, Laurence. Buried 23 July, 1801, Laurence Thuresson of Marysburgh. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Tidy, ?, Colonel. At Kingston, on the evening of Friday last, Colonel Tidy, C. B., commanding the 24th Regt. and commandant of the Garrison in that place, aged 60 years. Bathurst Courier, Perth, 16 October, 1835

Tindall, Abigail, buried August 19, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Tindall, Sarah, buried August 30, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Tipper, James, buried August 12, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Tolbert, Philip. In Kingston on Saturday, the 17th inst., Mr. Philip Tolbert of Albany, aged 33 years. Kingston Chronicle, July 23, 1819, p. 3

Torrance, James. On Wednesday morning, the 10th inst., James Torrance of the Town, Merchant of the house of Torrance and McLeod, in the 38th year of his age. He has left a widow and three children. He was a native of Scotland, resided for some years in New York. He established himself in Kingston in 1816. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 16, 1817, p. 3

Townsend, William. Notice. To all persons having any demands against the Estate of the late William Townsend of Loughborough.... Executors John Kirby and William Stanton. First published Kingston, December 12, 1823. Kingston Chronicle, November 19, 1824, p. 4

Tracer, Peter. On Wednesday last, about four o'clock in the afternoon, a white man and an Indian pushed off from the Market Place in a bark canoe for the purpose of crossing to Wolfe Island. When they got nearly opposite Point Frederick, the canoe was seen to upset and fill. The Indian, being an expert swimmer, made for Point Frederick, but in consequence of intoxication sunk before he could reach the shore and before a batteau which was going to his relief could afford him succour. He was a middle-aged man, a native of the village of Saint Regis, was called Peter Tracer. The other man who could not swim clung to the canoe and was saved. Kingston Chronicle, September 17, 1819, p. 3

Travers, Elizabeth. In the Township of Sidney, on Friday, the 5th of Sept., Mrs. Elizabeth Travers, wife of Mr. Peter Travers Sen'r, aged 58 years. Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 4, 1828, p. 3

Trotter, William. In the township of Kingston on Friday, 13th inst., William Trotter, a native of England. The Patriot, Toronto, 27 October, 1837

Truesdill, Thomas. In this town on Monday last, Mr. Thomas Truesdill [sic], Tailor. Kingston Gazette, Oct. 5, 1816, p. 3, c. 5

Tully, John, buried November 5, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Tupper - see Tipper.

Turnbull, James. Births - at Belleville, on 21st inst., Mrs. Turnbull, of a son. Deaths - at Belleville, on the 21st inst., James, youngest son of John Turnbull, Esq. Kingston Chronicle, October 31, 1823, p. 3

Turnbull, Robert. Notice - Robert Turnbull from Mindrim on the southern border of Scotland who is now supposed to be residing in some part of Upper Canada, is required to send his address to the office of the Kingston Chronicle for the information of a relative who feels interested in his welfare and is desirous of corresponding with him. Kingston Chronicle, July 7, 1820

Turpin, Elizabeth Jane. On Sunday, 16th inst., Elizabeth Jane, wife of Thomas Turpin, in the 58th year of her age. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 21 January, 1831

Turpin, Emily. This morning, Emily, youngest daughter of Thomas Turpin, aged 12 years and 2 months. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 22 March, 1825 Also Kingston Chronicle, March 25, 1825, p. 3, which says that she died in Kingston.

Tuttle, William. In this town on Wednesday the 12th inst., after a lingering illness, William, son of Mr. John Tuttle, aged 13 years. Kingston Chronicle, January 21, 1820, p. 3

Tweddell, James. On Tuesday, 16th inst., James Tweddell, an old and respectable inhabitant of this town [Kingston], aged 67 years. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 23 July, 1839

Tweddell, James. James Tweddell, born at Hexham, Northumberland County, England, Died at Kingston, U.C. July 16, 1839, aged 67 years. [Also] Sussannah Dawson, daughter of James and Elizabeth Tweddell. Died Aug. 19, 1832. [Next stone] Sacred to the Memory of Elizabeth Jackson, wife of James Tweddell, was born in Carlisle, County of Cumberland, England, who died at Kingston may 20th, 1847, aged 71 years. Old stone in Cataraqui United Church Cemetery.

Twigg, ?, Miss. On the same day [Friday, the 29th, ult.] in the Township of Kingston, Miss Twigg, aged 22 years. Kingston Chronicle, November 5, 1824, p. 3

Unidentified Infant. Messrs. Editors. Some few weeks ago, we country folks heard that the corps of an infant had been found in Kingston...We have been upon the look out every week, when your Chronicle reached us, to see if we could find some particulars, but we have been sadly disappointed.... Peter Inquisitive, Bath, October 16, 1819. ........... in reply to Mr. Peter Inquisitive, we did hear of an infant being found exposed some time ago in the vicinity of the town, but we must beg leave to refer our correspondent to the Coroner for the particulars. Kingston Chronicle, October 22, 1819, p. 3

Unknown Irishman. Melancholy Accident. Six men were engaged on the 23rd of May in conducting a crib of timber down the River Trent to the Bay of Quinte, but had not preceded far before the crib was broken apart. All got safe ashore but one who was carried down the river and overwhelmed by the force of the current. He was a native of Ireland, but his name is unknown. Kingston Chronicle, June 11, 1819

Utter, David. David Utter of Trafalgar, was sentenced at the Gore Assizes to be hung on November 3rd next for malicious shooting. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 24 September, 1830

Vallee, Francois. Died this morning, after a short illnes, Francois Vallee, a Shoemaker from Quebec, aged 21 years. --The Editors of the Quebec papers are requested to insert this, for the information of his friends. Kingston Chronicle, Dec. 17, 1819, p. 3

Van Dusen, Hannah. Hannah Van Dusen, wife of Conrad Van Dusen, died March 8, 1791. Buried in Loyalist Burial Ground, Adolphustown. An older marker now no longer visible was copied onto the Loyalist Cairn 100 years ago.

Van Horn, Cornelius. At Adolphustown, Mr. Cornelius Van Horn, aged about 60 years. He was among the first settlers of that part of the country. Kingston Gazette, April 8, 1815, p. 3

Van Koughnett, George. On Friday, the 20th inst., George, second son of Mr. Peter Van Koughnett of Fredericksburgh, aged 16. Kingston Chronicle, April 4th, 1829, p. 3

Van Koughnett, Jane. On the 2nd inst., at an advanced age, Mrs. Jane Van Koughnett, wife of Mr. Van Koughnett of Fredericksburgh. Kingston Chronicle, April 4th, 1928, p. 3

Vanorder, Elizabeth. At Adolphustown, on the 26th day of April last, Mrs. Elizabeth Vanorder, in the 85th year of her age. Kingston Gazette, June 23, 1818,p. 3

Varennes, Billaud. Lately at Port-au-Prince, St. Domingo, aged 64, Billaud Varennes. He took a conspicuous part in the French Revolution. Kingston Chronicle, Friday, April 28, 1820, p. 3, col. 4 [More on his career in source.]

Varty, Margaret. Buried 2 August, 1796, Margaret, wife of Thomas Varty of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Vincent, Gabriel - see Wenowha-Dah-Ronhe

Wager, Elizabet. Elizabet, wife of Everhart Wager of Fredericksburgh was interred 6 Feb. 1796. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Wager, Everhart. Everhart Wager of Fredericksburgh was interred 10 March, 1796. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Waggoner, Frederick, buried September 12, 1803, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Wait, Sarah. At Sydney [twp.] on the 15th ult., Mrs. Sarah Wait, late of Haldimand, aged 72 years. Kingston Chronicle, Feb. 1, 1822, p. 3

Wallbridge, Elias. At Ameliasburgh, on the 26th April, 1821, Mr. Elias Wallbridge. Kingston Chronicle, May 4, 1821, p. 4

Walker, Christy. Died on Thursdy, 20th inst., aged 49 years, Mrs. Christy Walker, wife of Mr. Edward Walker of this place. Kingston Chronicle, May 28, 1819

Walker, Daniel. Buried 5 July, 1795, Daniel Walker of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Walker, Elizabeth. On Sunday morning last, Mrs. Elizabeth Wlker, wife of Robert Walker, aged 54 years. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 15, 1818,p. 3. In this Town, on Sunday the 13th inst., Mrs. Elizabeth Walker... ibid, Sept. 22, p. 3

Walker, Hamilton. At Prescott, on the 8th inst., Hamilton Walker, Esq. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 24 September, 1830

Walker, Harriet MacLean. In this Town [Kingston] on Wednesday morning, the 4th inst., after a lingering illness, Mrs. Harriet Walker, relict of the late Edward Walker, Esq., and daughter of the Hon. Allan MacLean, aged 25 years. Kingston Chronicle, August 13, 1819, p. 3

Walker, Mary. At Ernest Town [sic] on Friday, 9th inst., Mary, relict of Daniel Walker, in the 99th year of her age, a native of Rhode Island and one of the first settles in Earnest Town. She leaves 8 children, 62 grand children, 174 great grand children, and 10 great great grand children. Total 254. The Colonial Advocate, Toronto, Thursday, 22 January, 1829

Walker, Robert. On Wednesday last, the 1st inst., Mr. Robert Walker, late Proprietor of the Kingston Hotel, aged 55. Kingston Chronicle, April 4, 1829, p. 3

Walker, William. In this town [Kingston], last evening, at the residence of Mrs. L. P. MacPherson, in the 28th year of his age, William Hamilton Walker. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tues., 31 Dec., 1839

Wallace, James. In this City [Kingston] on Thursday, the 4th inst., James Wallace, Esq., Purser of the Royal Navy, and Deputy Naval Storekeeper in Canada, after a short illness as the result of suicide. Kingston Gazette, January 20, 1816, p. 3

War of 1812. List of those killed or wounded in the attack on Ogdensburgh, 22 Feb., 1813. Kingston Gazette, March 23, 1813, p. 3

War of 1812. Killed - Lieut. ? Mooriom, 104th Regiment, Deputy Assistant Adjt., [Geneva] - Lieut. Hemphill, 1st or Royal Scotts. Kingston Gazette, August 20, 1814, p. 3

Ward, John M. At Point Frederick, on Monday morning last, Mr. John M. Ward, aged 28 years. Kingston Chronicle, September 17, 1819, p. 3

Ward, William. Buried 10 February, 1797, William Ward of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Warner, John Hartwell. John Hartwell Warner of Fredericksburgh was interred 23 April, 1788. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Warner, Rosanna. Rosanna, wife of Levi Warner of Fredericksburgh was interred 15 August 1788. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Warren, Henry (Fort Erie). AFFLICTIVE DISPENSATIONS - We forgot to state in our last the afflictive dispensations of Providence, which recently visited the family of Henry Warren, Esq., J.P. of Fort Erie, U.S. In April last, Lieut. Jackson, Mr. Warren's son-in-law, was lost overboard in the night from a vessel on Lake Erie; in the month of June, Mrs. Hamilton, daughter of Mr. Warren, died at Kettle Creek, and more recently the wife of Mr. Warren died at Fort Erie. (Copied from Buffalo report.) Kingston Chronicle, August 23, 1828, [p. 3]

Washburn, Daniel [infant]. In this town [Kingston] on the 5th inst., Daniel Washburn, age 18 months, son of D. Washburn Esq., of this place. Kingston Gazette, Sept. 14, 1816, p. 3

Washburn, Ebenezer. At Hallowell, on Sunday, the 12th Nov., Ebenezer Washburn, Esq., aged 79 years, 7 mos. and 4 days. He was born in the Province (now State) of Massachusetts on 8th April, 1756 and joined the Royal Standard shortly after the commencement of hostilities between the Colonies and Great Britain. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 24, 1826, p. 3

Washburn, Mary MacLean. At Kingston, on the 23rd of Dec., instant, Mrs. Mary Washburn, wife of Daniel Washburn Esq., and daughter of Allan MacLean Esq., in the 23rd year of her age. She had survived her two only children... [Long article details her patience and suffering.] Kingston Gazette, Dec. 30, 1817, p. 3

Washburn, Sarah. Sarah, dau. of George and Sarah Washburn of Fredericksburgh was interred 18 Oct. 1791. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Washburn, Simon [Ebenezer]. In this city [Toronto], on Friday, Simon Washburn, Barrister at Law and Clerk of the Peace for the Home District. He was married to a sister of James Fitzgibbon, who survives him. The Constitution, Toronto, 4 October, 1837

Washburn, Simon Ebenezer. On Friday, Simon Ebenezer Washburn, Clerk of the Peace, Alderman of the City and Barrister-at-law. The Patriot, Toronto, October 3, 1837

Weller, Asa. On the 17th inst., aged 63, Asa Weller, of the township of Murray. He was a magistrate and the oldest inhabitant of that place. A funeral sermon was delivered by the Rev. Mr. Grier. Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, March 29, 1825

Weller, William. At the Carrying Place on the 10th inst., William Weller aged 51, son of Asa Weller, Esq. He has left a wife and four children and a number of relatives to lament his loss. Kingston Chronicle, March 21, 1823, p. 3

Wenowha-Dah-Ronhe (Gabriel Vincent). On the 20th ult., at Indian Lorella, near Quebec, Wenowha-Dah-Ronhe, or Gabriel Vincent, third chief of the Hurons residing at that village. He was the only remaining Indian of the Village who had descended in direct line without intermixture of blood, from the original tribe inhabiting the borders of Lake Huron. He died at age 57. [Longer obituary.] Kingston Chronicle, April 18, 1829, p. 2

Wheaton, John. In this town [Kingston] on the 26th Feb., Mr. John Wheaton, formerly of Sandwich, aged 69 years. The virtuous life he led will be as an example to his surviving children and friends. Kingston Gazette, March 1, 1814, p. 4

White, Hugh. At the residence of Capt. F.B. Silsbury, R.N., Cramahe, Mr. Hugh White, formerly of this town [Kingston], aged 70 years. Kingston Chronicle, April 25, 1829, p. 3

Whitehead, Thomas [Bev]erly. At Port Hope, on the 27th ult., Thomas [Bev]erly, infant son of M.F. Whitehead, Esq. [Paper torn.] Kingston Chronicle, January 7, 1825, p. 3

Whitelaw, John. Notice - All those who are indebted to Mr. John Whitelaw, late of Kingston, are required to make immediate payment to the subscriber, who is duly authorized to receive same. A. Pringle, Kingston, 26th Nov., 1819 [Death? Departure?] Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 26, 1819, p. 3

Whitelock, John. Last evening a lamentable accident occurred at Point Henry. Two men, who were employed in sinking the well in the fort, had gone down to prepare for the blast. While thus engaged, and before they could get out of the well again, the fire communicated to the powder and the explosion took place. One unhappy man, by birth an American, was dreadfully mangled and is not expected to survive. The other whose name is John Whitelock was killed on the spot. He was a native of Cumberland, England, and had not been more than six weeks in the country. He has left a wife and three children in a land of strangers to bewail their heavy loss. Kingston Chronicle, September 17, 1819, p. 3

Whiting, Charles Lathrop. At Prescott, on the 16th inst., Charles Lathrop, only son of Wm. L. Whiting, Esq., aged 5 years. Kingston Chronicle, April 25, 1829, p. 3

Whitley, James. On December 8th, 1838, aged 72 years, James Whitley, grocer and tea dealer, of Mill Street, Burnley, England, and brother to Mr. T. Whitley of Kingston. He was the founder of the Methodist Society of Oakenshaw. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, Tuesday, April 2, 1839

Whitney, Benjamin. On 23rd inst., at his residence, Spring Cottage, Cramahe, Benjamin Whitney, in the 52nd year of his age. The Patriot, Kingston, Tuesday, 3 May, 1831

Wilder, James. On Sunday, the 31st ult., James, son of Mr. [Arteans] Wilder, aged 13 years. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 5, 1823, p. 3

Wilkins, Robert. At the carrying place, on 2-?th February, Robert Wilkins, in the 94th year of his age. He was born in 1743, in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicester, England. He entered the army at the age of 17, in the 17th Light Dragoons. At the battle of Bunker's Hill, he had two horses shot under him. After the Battle of White Plains, he retired from the army on account of wounds and settled in New York in business. He left that place at the evacuation* and removed to Shelburne, Nova Scotia. He returned to his native country in 1789 and three years later came to Upper Canada. *Evacuation of the Loyalists at the end of the Revolution. The Patriot, Toronto, March 8, 1836

Wilkins, Thomas, M.D. Died on April 24, 1814, at Galway, aged 102, Thomas Galway, infirmary. It was in his arms that General Wolfe died after Quebec surrendered, 18th October, 1759. Kingston Gazette, Dec. 30, 1815, p. 3

Wilkinson, Sarah Aldham (infant). On Monday, 3rd inst., Sarah Aldham, youngest daughter of H. W. Wilkinson, aged 2 yrs. and 4 mos. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, January 7, 1831

Willcox, Sabra Fairfield. At Ernest Town, on the 14th of July inst., Miss Sahra [sic] Willcox, consort of Mr. Wm. Willcox, and daughter of the late Wm. Fairfield Senior, of that place. She was 40 years of age and has left two children. Kingston Gazette, July 21, 1818, p. 3

Willcox, Sarah. At Ernestown, on Thursday the 21st inst., Mrs. Sarah Willcox, wife of Mr. Wm. Willcox. Kingston Chronicle, Aug. 30, 1828, p. 3

Willcox, William. Buried on 20 March, 1803, William, son of William and Sabra Willcox of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Williams, Catharine. Buried 7 October, 1795, Catharine, wife of John Williams of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Williams, David. Buried 29 June, 1805, David Williams of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Williams, Elizabeth S., daughter of Samuel and Jemima Williams, died March 5, 1802. Old marker in Pettit Cemetery, Hallowell twp.

Williams, Granville. On the 27th July last, on board His Britannic Majesty's ship, Dauntless, on the passage from Calcutta to Madras, Granville Williams, Esq., Midshipman, son of Captain Edward Williams, R.N., aged 12 years, deeply regretted for the distinguished and amiable qualities of his understanding and of his heart. Kingston Chronicle, March 21, 1823, p. 3

Williams, Hannah. Buried 8 March, 1802, Hannah, dau. of Elias and Layrenah Williams of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Williams, Jenkin, Hon. At Quebec on Saturday the 30th of October, the Hon. Jenkin Williams one of the Members of His Majesty's Executive Council and for many years one of the judges of the Court of King's Bench, for that District. Kingston Chronicle, Nov. 12, 1819, p. 3

Williams, Mary. Buried 11 March, 1805, Mary, dau. of John and Elizabeth Williams of Fredericksburgh. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Williams, Sarah. Buried 12 March, 1802, Sarah, dau. of Elias and Layrenah Williams of Ernest Town. [Likely buried at St John's Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Williams, Thomas (daughter of). On the 10th last, the infant daughter of Thomas Williams, esq., of Bank Cottage. Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 21, 1821, p. 3

Williams, William. Buried 11 July, 1793, William, the son of John and Elizabeth Williams of Ernesttown. [Likely buried at Bath.] Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario

Wills, William. On Tuesday, the 5th June, in crossing from Point Henry to Kingston, Mr. William Wills was drowned. Kingston Chronicle, June 15, 1821, p. 3

Wilson, Elizabeth. At Chambly, on the 18th inst., in the 55th year of her age, Elizabeth, late wife of Major General Wilshire Wilson of the Royal Artillery. Kingston Chronicle, December 24, 1824, p. 3

Wilson, John. In England, Major General John Wilson, Colonel of the 4th Ceylon Regiment. Kingston Chronicle, April 23, 1819

Wilson, John. At Kingston, John Wilson, farmer, aged [blank], a native of Ingleby, North Riding of Yorkshire. The Transcript, Montreal, February 8, 1842

Wilson, Mary. In this town, on 23rd inst., Mary, eldest daughter of Robert Wilson, aged 23 years. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 29 October, 1839

Wilson, Mary Elizabeth. In this town [Kingston], yesterday morning, in the 21st year of her age, and 10 days after the birth of her first born son, Mary Elizabeth, wife of Joseph Wilson and daughter of the late Henry Wilkinson. The Upper Canada Herald, Kingston, 14 Jan., 1840

Wilson, William, buried July 20, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Wincott, Mary-Anne, Mrs. On Friday, 3rd inst., Mrs. Mary-Anne Wincott, aged 35 years. Kingston Chronicle, March 10, 1820, p. 3

Wing, Abel. On 20th ult., Abel Wing of Bastard [township] was struck by a falling tree while engaged in getting wood for his family and died at his house about 24 hours later. (Copied from Brockville Recorder.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 12 November, 1830

Wolf, William. William Wolf of Johnstown was drowned by falling from a raft on Sunday, 10th inst., while descending the St. Lawrence. Canadian Watchman, Kingston, Friday, 29 October, 1830

Wood, Eliza, buried September 6, 1797, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Wood, Mary. At Cornwall, on the 6th inst., Mrs. Mary Wood, widow of the late George Shomson Wood, Surgeon and M.D. of the University of Edinburgh. Mr. Wood was left a widow at an early age with six small children. She died at age 67. Kingston Chronicle, June 21, 1822, p. 3

Wood, Margaret Munro. At Cornwall, Upper Canada, on the 26th ult., Mrs. Margaret Muno [sic - Munro?], wife of G.C. Wood, Esq., in the 32nd year of her age. She had endeared herself to a numerous circle of friends and acquaintances. Kingston Chronicle, September 1, 1826, p. 3

Woolhopper, Philip D. At Savannah, on the 11th Feb., after a long and lingering illness, Mr. Philip D. Woolhopper (former editor, and proprietor of the Savannah Museum), a native of Upper Canada, aged 40 years. Copied from New York Advertiser. Kingston Gazette, April 7, 1818, p. 3

Worden, Jarviss, [sic] buried August 26, 1802, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Workman, James, buried October 16, 1801, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Wright, Catharine. On 18th inst., Catharine, wife of Samuel Wright of Hallowell. The Patriot, Toronto, 31 March, 1837

Wright, John. Recently, John Wright, as the result of an accident, leaving a wife and two children. (St. Catharines Bee.) Canadian Watchman, Kingston, 12 November, 1830

Wright, Joseph (infant). In this town [Kingston] on 28th inst., Joseph, infant son of William Wright, aged 11 months and 17 days. The Patriot, Kingston, 30 August, 1831

Wygott, Francis. Died in this town [Kingston], Tuesday last, Mr. Francis Wygott, aged 50. He has left a wife and two children to mourn his loss. Kingston Gazette, March 2, 1813, p. 3

Yeoward, Thomas. At Falmouth on the 20th March, whither he had gone to embark for Madeira for the recovery of his health, Thos. Yeoward, Esq., formerly of the City of Montreal, aged 51 years. Kingston Chronicle, May 25, 1821, p. 3

Yorex, J. Died in this town [Kingston] on Tuesday, Mr. J. Yorex. Kingston Gazette, January 23, 1813, p. 3

Young, Arthur. In London, on the 12th April, Arthur Young, Esq., aged upwards of 80 years. Kingston Chronicle, June 9, 1820, p. 3

Young, Catrina. Catrina Young of Fredericksburgh was interred 28 Jan. 1802. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Young, Henrich. Henrich Young of Fredericksburgh was interred 23 August, 1789. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Young, John Mair. On Friday, the 29th ult., John mair, infant son of Mr. James Young, Merchant of ... [illegible]. Kingston Chronicle, November 5, 1824, p. 3

Young, Peter. Peter, son of Stephen and Anne Young of Fredericksburgh, was interred 20 April, 1800. Rev. John Langhorn's Register, Anglican Diocese of Ontario. [Location of grave unknown.]

Young, Susannah. Died. At the Carrying Place, on the 18th inst., after a long and lingering illness which she bore with Christian fortitude, Mrs. Susannah Young, wife of Mr. Benjamin Young of that place, aged 29. Kingston Chronicle, June 25, 1819

Young, Thomas, Rev. At Quebec, on Wednesday sen'night, the Rev. Thomas Young, aged 60 years, leaving a Wife and four Children to deplore his loss. His death was occasioned by a cold, caught on his journey from St. Marie Nouvelle Beauce to this place, where he hoped to find employment for two young men, his sons, who are now with their mother left destitute of support. We are happy to observe, although a stranger among us, by the exertions of a few individuals, his remains were respectably interred. Montreal Herald. Heading reads, "Quebec, 4th May, 1820" Reprinted in Kingston Chronicle, May 19, 1820, p. 3

Young, William, buried September 29, 1795, old Anglican churchyard, now St. Paul's Kingston. Register of St. George's Church, Anglican Diocese of Ontario.

Zecalkie, Christiana Campbell. In London, 10th May, aged 33, Christiana, Lady of Lieut. Col. Zecalkie, C.B., and daughter to the Hon. Judge Campbell of York, Upper Canada. Kingston Chronicle, September 10, 1819, p. 3

NOTES:

The Queen's Rangers Originally a Loyalist Corps, the Rangers were disbanded in New Brunswick in 1783. They were re-established in 1791 to serve Governor Simcoe. The Queen's Rangers were recruited in Britain, but many were Loyalist sons. In 1792, their headquarters were at Niagara-on-the-Lake, then known as Newark. In 1795, they were re-located to York. They were disbanded in 1802.

The 5th Regiment of Foot, the Northumberland Regiment. The First Battalion, 5th Regiment of Foot, was in Canada from 1787 until they returned to England in 1797.

The 41st Regiment Before coming to Canada in 1799, this regiment was quartered in Cork, Ireland. Many of the original English privates who had served with the 41st at their previous posting had been taken on strength with other regiments. Recent intake had been in Ireland, and it is likely that much of the Regiment was Irish when it left for Canada in October, 1799. In Canada, the 41st was used as a mobile force which could be positioned to strengthen first one post and then another, or to relieve other units. From early 1800 until 1802, the 41st were on garrison duty in Montreal but detachments were sent to various outposts, including Kingston, where a company were to reinforce the Royal Canadian Volunteers who were assisting with construction of a new wharf at the dockyards. Kingston was not a comfortable place for the soldiers as the barracks were in notoriously poor repair. In September, 1802, Colonel Mackenzie informed his senior officer that there had been one desertion from the Volunteers and four from the 41st at Point Frederick: " three of whom were on Guard there & one employed as a Sawyer in the King's Dock Yard. The General will see by these Desertions the Reduced State of the Garrison (being by the four Men who Deserted on the 30th ult., the Death of one Man [John Fleming] of the 41st Regt on the 25th and Patrick Naughton's being sent to York as his Excellency's Servant)..." (Kingston Before the War of 1812 p. 247) In 1802 the 41st were marched to York. It is uncertain how much if any of the 41st remained at Kingston. In 1803, they were sent back to Quebec City, and deployed at various outposts in Lower Canada. In 1805, the Regiment returned to Upper Canada and was deployed at the forts there including Kingston, relieving the 49th Regiment of Foot. They continued in this service until 1809, when the entire regiment was sent back to Lower Canada, to Montreal, for review, training and re-equipment. They returned to Upper Canada for the third time in 1811, again to relieve the 49th. A planned return to Britain was interrupted by the War of 1812. The 41st Regiment played a large part in the War and is best remembered in Canada for this, particularly the Battle of Queenston Heights.

The 43rd (Monmouthshire) Regiment of Foot (Light Infantry). This Regiment took a large and distinguished role in the Peninsular War, but is most well-known for the unfortunate debaucle at the Battle of New Orleans. From 1817 until 1823, men from the 43rd were deployed to Gibralter and Canada, with stints in England and Ireland. From 1823 until 1827, the Regiment was stationed at Gibralter. It returned to Canada from 1835-1845.

The 60th Regiment has a long association with Canada. A regiment of four battalions, it was initially recruited in 1755 in Germany and from German settlers in North America but not enough volunteers were found and so more than half of the regiment came eventually from Britain, particularly from Ireland. It received the number 60 and was named the Royal American Regiment of Foot in 1757. The soldiers called it "The Royal Americans". From its beginnings until 1824, at least one battalion of the 60th served in North America. Frederick Haldimand of Canadian fame commanded the First and Second Battalions. In 1824, the name Royal American Regiment was changed to The 60th (The Duke of York's Own Rifle Corps and Light Infantry). In 1830, it was again renamed as The 60th (The King's Royal Rifle Corps). The regiment was sent back to Canada from 1844 until 1847 and the First and Fourth Battalions were sent again at the time of the Fenian Raids.

The 76th Regiment The first incarnation of the 76th Regiment was in 1777, when a regiment of that name was raised in Scotland for service in the Americas. It was known as MacDonald's Highlanders, and fought at Yorktown. This small force was disbanded in 1784. The 76th Regiment referenced here was raised in 1787 for service in India in support of the East India Company. It served in India until 1806 and later took part in the Peninsula War before being deployed to Canada in 1813 to reinforce Canada against the Americans. When the War of 1812 was over, the 76th was kept on in Canada for garrison duty. They returned to Britain in 1827. The soldiers called the regiment, "The Old Seven-and-Sixpennies".

The Royal Corps of Engineers The primary function of the Engineers was constrution of everything from buildings to canals. However, they participated in military campaigns as well, and after 1812, the combat role was formalized. In the 19th century, Engineers were recruited from skilled civilian trades and from soldier artificers. They were given more training than was common at the time. (Their college at Chatham continues today.) Engineers rose through the ranks on merit, rather than with the purchase of commissions, so the force attracted intelligent men from the working class. The Engineers made a great contribution to Canada. They were chiefly responsible for the construction of the Rideau Canal, and from 1829-1834 they directed construction of a canal to by-pass the Long Sault. From the 18th century until 1855, the Board of Ordnance was in charge of all Gunners and Engineers in the British Army and thus the Board of Ordnance and its employees had great influence in the Canadas.

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