Descendants of Jonathan Knowlton

 

Generation No. 1

1. JONATHAN9 KNOWLTON (CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1)1 was born May 28, 1770 in North Brookfield, Worcester, Massachusetts2,3. He married (1) DOLLY PROUTY4 March 03, 1791 in Spencer, Worcester, Massachusetts5, daughter of JOHN PROUTY and ABIGAIL JOHNSON. She was born April 19, 1768 in Spencer, Worcester, Massachusetts5, and died Abt. 1803. He married (2) ELIZABETH BOWER6 Bet. 1803 - 1805 in Ontario, Canada6, daughter of ADAM BOWER and ELIZABETH.

More About JONATHAN KNOWLTON:

Baptism: April 1807, Ernesttown, Lenox and Addington County, Ontario by Rev. Robert McDowall. per 1800-1841 Presbyterian Register.7,8

More About DOLLY PROUTY:

Burial: Loughborough, Frontenac Co., Ontario9

Children of JONATHAN KNOWLTON and DOLLY PROUTY are:

i. DOLLY10 KNOWLTON10, b. November 11, 1791.

More About DOLLY KNOWLTON:

Baptism: Portland Township, Frontenac County, Ontario by Rev. Robert McDowall.10

ii. ERASTUS KNOWLTON11,12, b. July 05, 1795, Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada12; d. June 13, 187813,14.

More About ERASTUS KNOWLTON:

Baptism: Portland Township, Frontenac County, Ontario by Rev. Robert McDowall.15

Burial: Spragueville Cemetery, Antwerp, Jefferson Co. New York

Lived at 1: 1830, York, Livingston County, New York. Census of 1830. Page 54 line 2.

Lived at 2: 1850, York, Livingston County, New York. Per 1850 census, page 290.

Lived at 3: June 30, 1858, Hounsfield, New York

Lived at 4: September 27, 1860, East Hounsfield, New York

Lived at 5: April 15, 1863, Gibsonville, New York

Lived at 6: May 22, 1865, Gibsonville, New York

Lived at 7: September 02, 1871, Gibsonville, New York

Lived at 8: March 21, 1876, Mount Morris, New York

Lived at 9: June 10, 1876, Mount Morris, New York

Occupation: 1868, Deputy Postmaster of Gibsonville, NY but lived in Leicester.16

iii. FAXTON KNOWLTON, b. April 20, 1798, Kingston, Ontario, Canada; m. ELIZABETH BUCK17, October 01, 182017; b. 1802, Kingston, Ontario, Canada17.

More About FAXTON KNOWLTON:

Name 2: Also spelled Faxon Knowlton17

Baptism: Portland Township, Frontenac County, Ontario by Rev. Robert McDowall.17

2. iv. EUNICE KNOWLTON, b. June 19, 1800, Brownville, NY.; d. October 04, 1886.

3. v. SINA KNOWLTON, b. March 03, 1803, Canada; d. May 28, 1882, Canada.

Children of JONATHAN KNOWLTON and ELIZABETH BOWER are:

vi. CHARLES10 KNOWLTON, b. Aft. 1804.

vii. CLARISSA (CLARA EMILY) KNOWLTON, b. July 03, 1805.

More About CLARISSA (CLARA EMILY) KNOWLTON:

Baptism: Portland Township, Frontenac County,Ontario by Rev. Robert McDowall.17

viii. LEVINA KNOWLTON, b. November 19, 1807.

More About LEVINA KNOWLTON:

Baptism: Portland Township, Frontenac County, Ontario by Rev. Robert McDowall.17

4. ix. BARNABUS KNOWLTON, b. July 10, 1812, Pickering, Ontario.

x. ELIZABETH KNOWLTON, b. Abt. 1816.

xi. SINIA KNOWLTON, b. Abt. 1820.

 

Generation No. 2

2. EUNICE10 KNOWLTON (JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born June 19, 1800 in Brownville, NY.18, and died October 04, 1886. She married LEONARD ALLEN19, son of EBENEZER ALLEN. He was born April 21, 179520, and died December 05, 1883.

More About EUNICE KNOWLTON:

Baptism: Portland Township, Frontenac County, Ontario by Rev. Robert McDowall.21

Burial: Brownville Cemetery, Brownville, NY22

More About LEONARD ALLEN:

Burial: Brownville Cemetery, Brownville, NY22

Children of EUNICE KNOWLTON and LEONARD ALLEN are:

i. ELEANOR11 ALLEN, b. Houndsfield, NY23; m. ALBERT ALLEN23.

ii. JANE ALLEN, b. Houndsfield, NY23; m. WILLIAM FISK23.

iii. LUCY ALLEN, b. Houndsfield, NY23; m. CHARLES OSTRANDER23.

iv. PHOEBE ALLEN23, b. Houndsfield, NY23; m. SAFFORD E. FIELD23.

5. v. LEBBEUS F. ALLEN, b. 1831, Houndsfield, NY; d. January 20, 1911.

3. SINA10 KNOWLTON (JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born March 03, 1803 in Canada, and died May 28, 1882 in Canada23. She married JAMES PETERS December 11, 1820 in Frontenac County, Ontario23. He was born May 26, 1799 in Napanee, Ontario, Canada23, and died April 14, 1883 in Pickering, Ontario, Canada23.

Notes for SINA KNOWLTON:

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Her tombstone reads "Farewell/In memory of/ S-----na/(wife of)/James who died/May ------?9?/---------------2 mos 5 d's/ She's -----a mother dear/Why should we mourn or shed a tear/---------freed from pain/------wish her back again/ Marker: S.P.

More About SINA KNOWLTON:

Baptism: Portland Township, Frontenac County, Ontario by Rev. Robert McDowall.23

Burial: C.M. Stone Church, Whitevale, Ontario plot 10723

Religion: 1882, Methodist23

Notes for JAMES PETERS:

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He walked a distance of 150 miles to Toronto to buy 200 acres from the government at $4/acre.

Each daughter was given $500 or value of 50 acres. Each son was given 50 acres.

His tombstore reads "Farewell/In/memory of/James Peters/who died/Apr. 14, 1883/AE 83 yrs/10 m's 18 d's/I am the resurrection and the/life; he that believeth in me/though he were dead yet shall he live/ Marker : J.P.

More About JAMES PETERS:

Burial: C.M. Stone Church, Whitevale, Ontario, Canada plot 10623

Father's Origin: German23

Lived at: Cherrywood, Ontario, Canada23

Occupation 1: 1871, Laborer23

Occupation 2: 1857, Laborer, Victoria St., Williamsville, Ontario23

Occupation 3: 1882, Farmer23

Religion 1: 1871, Bible Christian23

Religion 2: 1883, Methodist23

Children of SINA KNOWLTON and JAMES PETERS are:

6. i. CLARISEE MILLICENT11 PETERS, b. October 12, 1821, Canada; d. 1863.

ii. SINA PETERS23, b. July 04, 1823, Canada23; d. 186123.

iii. ELIZABETH PETERS23, b. November 12, 1824, Canada23; d. Aft. March 20, 188023; m. JAMES BOIS23, October 14, 1844, Pickering, Ontario, Canada23.

iv. HANNAH PETERS23, b. July 18, 182623; d. Aft. March 20, 188023; m. RUEL STARKES23, May 27, 1851, Reach, Ontario, Canada23.

More About RUEL STARKES:

Husband (Facts Pg): Last name spelled Stocks in James Peters will.23

v. ABSALOM PETERS23, b. October 22, 1828, Canada23; d. Bef. March 20, 188023; m. MARY GERMAN23, December 26, 1848, Pickering, Ontario, Canada23.

More About ABSALOM PETERS:

Will: Not mentioned in his fathers will of 3/20/1880.23

7. vi. CALVIN PETERS, b. October 22, 1828, Canada; d. Aft. March 20, 1880.

vii. FAXON PETERS23, b. December 06, 1830, Canada23; d. Aft. March 20, 188023.

8. viii. HESTER (ESTER) PETERS, b. March 06, 1832, Ontario, Canada; d. January 22, 1916, Speaker Township, Sanalac, Michigan.

ix. ELI PETERS23, b. March 05, 1834, Canada23; d. Bef. March 20, 188023; m. CHARLOTTE23.

More About ELI PETERS:

Will: Not mentioned in his fathers will of 3/20/1880.23

x. HUGH PETERS23, b. May 12, 1836, Canada23; d. Aft. March 20, 188023; m. ANN ANSLEY23, 185823.

More About ANN ANSLEY:

Name 2: Spelled Elmsley in James Peter's will.23

9. xi. DOROTHY PETERS, b. August 28, 1838, Canada; d. Aft. March 20, 1880.

10. xii. HENRY PETERS, b. March 10, 1841, Canada; d. Aft. March 20, 1880.

11. xiii. ELLEN PETERS, b. June 03, 1843, Cherrywood, Pickering township,Durham county,Ontario; d. February 25, 1910, Bloomington, Illinois or Cherrywood, Ontario?.

xiv. JAMES PETERS23, b. September 21, 184523; d. Aft. 188023; m. JANE23, Bef. 187123; b. , Ireland23.

4. BARNABUS10 KNOWLTON (JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born July 10, 1812 in Pickering, Ontario. He married CHARITY GIBBS Bet. December 15, 1845 - January 29, 1846 in Pickering, Ontario.24. She was born Abt. 1821 in New York25.

More About BARNABUS KNOWLTON:

Lived at 1: Whitby, Ontario at the time of his marriage.

Lived at 2: June 04, 1870, Speaker Township, Sanalac County, Michigan25

Naturalization: Bef. 1870, 1870 Michigan census says he was a US citizen.

Occupation: June 04, 1870, Farmer

Notes for CHARITY GIBBS:

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June 4, 1870 census. Wife of

Barnabus listed as age 49. Name looked as if spelled Christy.

More About CHARITY GIBBS:

Ancestors: Parents born in US26

Lived at: Reach, Ontario at the time of her marriage.26

Children of BARNABUS KNOWLTON and CHARITY GIBBS are:

12. i. CYRUS11 KNOWLTON, b. August 23, 1846, Whitby, Ontario; d. 1932.

ii. HIRAM BYRON KNOWLTON, b. 1848, Whitby, Ontario.

More About HIRAM BYRON KNOWLTON:

Military service: Civil war. Michigan cavalry, 5th Regiment, F company. Rank of Private.26

iii. NORMAN KNOWLTON27, b. Abt. 1852, Canada27.

iv. JANE KNOWLTON27, b. Abt. 1854, Canada27.

v. ANNA KNOWLTON27, b. Abt. 1856, Canada27.

vi. SYLVIA KNOWLTON27, b. Abt. 1858, Canada27.

 

Generation No. 3

5. LEBBEUS F.11 ALLEN (EUNICE10 KNOWLTON, JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1)28 was born 1831 in Houndsfield, NY28, and died January 20, 1911. He married MEROE WARREN28. She was born February 1831, and died May 26, 1894.

Notes for LEBBEUS F. ALLEN:

LEBBEUS F. ALLEN, a native of the town of Houndsfield, was born in 1831, and was the son of Leonard and Eunice (Knowlton) Allen. Leonard Allen came into the Black River country with his parents, settling upon the farm now owned by Lebbeus F., his son. Leonard's wife was the first white child born in the town of Brownville. They reared six children: Eleanor, who married Albert Allen; Jane, who married William Fisk; Lucy, who married Charles A. Ostrander; Phoebe, who married Safford E. Field; Lebbeus F., who married Miss Meroe Warren. Lebbeus F. and his wife have had four children born to them, one of which died in infancy. Those living are; Leonard L., of Watertown, who married Stella Brimmer; T. Warren, of New York city, who married Bertha Marr; and Frank W., of New York city.

Mr. Allen was justice of the peace of the town of Houndsfield for 10 years. He enjoys the respect and confidence of his neighbors. The farm which he owns, and upon which he was born, has never been out of the Allen family. It was originally purchased by Mr. Allen's grandfather from Col. Elisha Camp, who was agent for Houndsfield, the original proprietor.

Mr. Allen has been always closely identified with all interests pertaining to the community in which he has spent his life-time, foremost in church and educational work, and sacrificing much time, labor and money for the public good. In the school district in which he resides, is one of the best made and furnished district school houses in the county. It was built after his designs and under his supervision. The community's pleasant little church also owes much of the beauty of its interior to his labors. He has been a director in the Jefferson County Patron's Fire Relief Association for the past 15 years, and foremost in the business of the Association. He has also had the settlement of several estates to care for. He was nominated for supervisor of his town several years ago on the Republican ticket, but lacked a few votes of election.

from "Biographies and Family Sketches for the Town of Houndsfield", The Growth of a Century, by John A. Haddock 1895.

More About LEBBEUS F. ALLEN:

Burial: Brownville Cemetery, Brownville, NY29

More About MEROE WARREN:

Burial: Brownville Cemetery, Brownville, NY29

Children of LEBBEUS ALLEN and MEROE WARREN are:

i. J. BURRITT12 ALLEN30, b. Abt. January 185930; d. June 21, 1860, Houndsfield, NY.30.

More About J. BURRITT ALLEN:

Burial: Brownville Cemetery, Brownville, NY

Cause of Death: Drank a saucer of cobalt31

ii. LEONARD L. ALLEN32, m. STELLA BRIMMER32.

iii. T. WARREN ALLEN32, m. BERTHA MARR32.

iv. FRANK W. ALLEN32.

6. CLARISEE MILLICENT11 PETERS (SINA10 KNOWLTON, JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1)32 was born October 12, 1821 in Canada32, and died 186332. She married WILLIAM WILLIAMS32.

Children of CLARISEE PETERS and WILLIAM WILLIAMS are:

i. ELLEN12 WILLIAMS32, b. Abt. 185932; d. Abt. 1940, California32; m. CHARLES BADGEROW32.

ii. ESTHER WILLIAMS32, m. JACOB WISMER32.

iii. ELIZABETH WILLIAMS32, b. 1861, Pickering, Ontario32.

7. CALVIN11 PETERS (SINA10 KNOWLTON, JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1)32 was born October 22, 1828 in Canada32, and died Aft. March 20, 188032. He married SUSANNAH BOYCE32 in Pickering, Ontario, Canada32. She was born Abt. 183132.

More About CALVIN PETERS:

Occupation: 1851, Farmer per census32

Religion: 1851, Baptist per census32

Children of CALVIN PETERS and SUSANNAH BOYCE are:

i. CHARLOTTE12 PETERS32, b. Abt. 184832.

ii. HENRIETTA PETERS32, b. Abt. 185032.

8. HESTER (ESTER)11 PETERS (SINA10 KNOWLTON, JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born March 06, 1832 in Ontario, Canada, and died January 22, 1916 in Speaker Township, Sanalac, Michigan. She married JAMES COOK 1855 in Canada.

Children of HESTER PETERS and JAMES COOK are:

i. ELECTA12 COOK, b. 1857, Canada; m. WARREN WOODARD32.

ii. JAMES SAMUEL COOK, b. 1859, Canada; m. SARAH LUCINDA NESTELL32.

iii. THOMAS B. COOK, b. 1863, Sanilac City (?), MI.

iv. EVA ELLEN COOK, b. November 26, 1866, Michigan; m. (1) LAMBERT COWELL32; m. (2) HENRY SIMS32.

v. ABSOLOM COOK, b. February 13, 1869.

9. DOROTHY11 PETERS (SINA10 KNOWLTON, JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1)32 was born August 28, 1838 in Canada32, and died Aft. March 20, 188032. She married THOMAS ANSLEY32 1858 in York County32.

More About THOMAS ANSLEY:

Name 2: Spelled Elmsley in James Peters will.32

Child of DOROTHY PETERS and THOMAS ANSLEY is:

i. UNKNOWN12 ANSLEY32, b. Bef. March 03, 186032.

10. HENRY11 PETERS (SINA10 KNOWLTON, JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1)32 was born March 10, 1841 in Canada32, and died Aft. March 20, 188032. He married SARAH FURGUSON32 185932.

Children of HENRY PETERS and SARAH FURGUSON are:

i. JAMES12 PETERS32, b. Abt. 186032.

ii. MARY PETERS32, b. Abt. 186032.

11. ELLEN11 PETERS (SINA10 KNOWLTON, JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1)32 was born June 03, 1843 in Cherrywood, Pickering township,Durham county,Ontario32, and died February 25, 1910 in Bloomington, Illinois or Cherrywood, Ontario?32. She married WILLIAM LITTLE32 1861 in Toronto City32. He was born 1840 in Ireland32, and died May 09, 1885 in Nebraska32.

More About ELLEN PETERS:

Father's Origin: German32

Religion: 1871, Bible Christian32

Notes for WILLIAM LITTLE:

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Was homesteading in Nebraska when he died.

 

More About WILLIAM LITTLE:

Burial: Bloomington, Illinois32

Cause of Death: Typhoid fever32

Moved 1: Abt. 1878, Bloomington, Illinois32

Moved 2: Abt. 1885, Nebraska32

Naturalization: March 1884, McLean County, Illinois32

Occupation: 1871, Painter32

Religion: 1871, Wesleyan Methodist32

Children of ELLEN PETERS and WILLIAM LITTLE are:

13. i. MARTHA12 LITTLE, b. June 22, 1863, Cherrywood, Ontario; d. December 10, 1958, Cedar Springs, Michigan.

ii. BERTHA LITTLE32, b. September 27, 186532; d. Abt. 193032; m. AL LAWSEN32.

More About BERTHA LITTLE:

Burial: Bloomington, Illinois32

14. iii. MARY JANE LITTLE, b. November 26, 1868; d. July 06, 1892.

12. CYRUS11 KNOWLTON (BARNABUS10, JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1) was born August 23, 1846 in Whitby, Ontario, and died 1932. He married MARY FLETCHER.

More About CYRUS KNOWLTON:

Burial: Sydenham Cemetery

Military service: Civil war. Michigan cavalry, 5th Regiment, A company, Rank of Private.32

Children of CYRUS KNOWLTON and MARY FLETCHER are:

i. HERBERT ROY12 KNOWLTON, b. July 16, 1893, Ontario; d. February 04, 1939, Philipsburg, Montana.

ii. ERNEST KNOWLTON, b. January 06, 1896.

 

Generation No. 4

13. MARTHA12 LITTLE (ELLEN11 PETERS, SINA10 KNOWLTON, JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1)32 was born June 22, 1863 in Cherrywood, Ontario32, and died December 10, 1958 in Cedar Springs, Michigan32. She married JAMES JEWELL32 May 09, 1883 in Cherrywood, Ontario32, son of THOMAS JEWELL and ANN HANCOCK. He was born April 19, 1854 in Hobb's Choice, Morwenstow, Cornwall County, England32, and died January 01, 1953 in Bangor, Michigan32.

Notes for MARTHA LITTLE:

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Died at the home of her granddaughter Doris Hauke Rayce in Cedar Springs, Michigan. Granddaughters Doris and Bernice Hauke Brace were taking turns caring for her in their homes during the last months of her life.

She raised Doris, Bernice, Ronald, and Jimmy (Homer) Hauke after the death of their father.

 

More About MARTHA LITTLE:

Burial: Arlington Hill Cemetery, Bangor, Michigan32

Census: 1871, Living with James and Sina Peters. When her parents moved to Illinois they left her to care for them, her grandparents.32

Notes for JAMES JEWELL:

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Apprenticed as a blacksmith with John Darracott in Morwenstow. Per 1871 census. He was 16 and lived with them.

Notes written by Bernice Hauke Brace about James Jewell--

"Although Grandpa Jewell quit school at age nine, he seemed to be well educated. He liked to read and he liked poetry. He wrote a poem while at sea on his journey to America and I remember reading it. He was written up in the 'History of VanBuren County Michigan 1912'. Part of it is as follows:

"James Jewell, born in the Parish of Morwenstow, in the county of Cornwall, England, on April 19, 1885. James Jewell grew up on a farm in the land of his birth. His father, Thomas Jewell, followed that pursuit all his life and lived and died in England. There too the five children of his marriage with Anne Hancock were reared, and Elizabeth and William still reside there. The father and mother are both dead, as is also the oldest son, Thomas. Daniel the other child lives in Oil Springs, Canada.

James Jewell was nine years of age when he began to work on the farm and when he was fourteen he learned the blacksmith trade and followed it until he was thirty years old. He came to America when he attained his majority and setteled in Pickering Township, County Thomas, Ontario, Canada. There he followed the trade which he learned in England and in 1881, came to Michigan and remained one year. He then returned to Canada, remaining over the winter and in the spring came back to Michigan and purchased fifty acres in Bangor township. He has added to this until now his estate is one hundred and ninty acres in extent and all sorts of improvements have been added until the place is one of the finest in the country. Mr. Jewell has all the Englishman's love of the soil and all the American enterprise in cultivating it."

More About JAMES JEWELL:

Burial: Arlington Hill Cemetery, Bangor, Michigan32

Cause of Death: Died at home in his sleep.32

Christening: October 03, 185532

Moved 1: March 06, 1876, to Canada with brother Daniel. Landed in Maine on 4/19/1876, his 21st. (he said) birthday.32

Moved 2: 1883, to Michigan after marriage looking for farm land. Also looked in Illinois.32

Occupation: As a boy, worked out an apprenticeship as a blacksmith.32

Religion: Methodist32

Child of MARTHA LITTLE and JAMES JEWELL is:

i. ELSIE LILLIAN13 JEWELL32, b. August 27, 1885, Bangor, Michigan32; d. January 13, 1919, Bangor, Michigan32; m. GUY GRANVILLE HAUKE32, June 10, 1908, Bangor, Michigan32; b. December 02, 1881, Charlotte, Iowa32; d. April 26, 1920, Detroit, Michigan32.

More About ELSIE LILLIAN JEWELL:

Burial: Arlington Hill Cemetery, Bangor, Michigan32

Cause of Death: Flu epidemic32

Occupation: Worked for the editor of the town newspsper.32

Notes for GUY GRANVILLE HAUKE:

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Dropped dead on a street car after running with a cousin to catch it. The car was full so they stood. He was studying his notes when his head dropped to his cousin's shoulder and he was dead.

More About GUY GRANVILLE HAUKE:

Burial: Arlington Hill Cemetery, Bangor, Michigan32

Cause of Death: Heart attack.32

Lived at: Bangor, Michigan after his father retired as newspaper field inspector in Chicago.32

Occupation: Farmer, was attending Michigan State Auto School in Detroit at time of his death.32

Religion: Methodist. Taught adult Sunday School in Detroit.32

14. MARY JANE12 LITTLE (ELLEN11 PETERS, SINA10 KNOWLTON, JONATHAN9, CHARLES ADAMS8, RICE7, RICE6, SAMUEL5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, RICHARD2, WILLIAM1)32 was born November 26, 186832, and died July 06, 189232.

Child of MARY JANE LITTLE is:

i. OLLIE1332, b. August 08, 189132; d. February 22, 189532.

 

Endnotes

1. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

2. Presbyterian Church Records, Ontario, 32, Rev. Rob. McDowall's Baptisms for Ernesttown. Baptism Apr. 1807, Jonathan Knowlton, adult. Date Born, 28 May 1770.

3. LDS International Genealogical Index, film # 456285.

4. LDS International Genealogical Index, film #456285.

5. LDS International Genealogical Index, film # 456285.

6. Presbyterian Church Records, Ontario.

7. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

8. Presbyterian Church Records, Ontario, 32, Rev. Robt. McDowall's Baptisms for Ernesttown. Baptism Apr. 1807, Jonathan Knowlton, adult. Date Born 28 May 1770.

9. LDS International Genealogical Index, film #456285.

10. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

11. Presbyterian Church Records, Ontario.

12. Letters of Erastus Knowlton.

13. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

14. Letters of Erastus Knowlton.

15. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

16. New Gazetter & Business Directory of Livingston, NY, 1868 by G. Emmet Stetson.

17. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

18. The Growth of a Century, by John A. Haddock, 1895.

19. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

20. Bartlett's Cemetery Inscriptions for the town of Brownville.

21. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

22. Bartlett's Cemetery Inscriptions for the town of Brownville.

23. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

24. Notices of Methodist Papers 1830-1857, "Marriages" by Rev. W. Cope. Located at Pickering Library Central Branch, Pickering, Ontario.

25. 1870 census, Michigan.

26. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

27. 1870 census, Michigan.

28. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

29. Bartlett's Cemetery Inscriptions for the town of Brownville.

30. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.

31. Letters of Erastus Knowlton, 9/27/1860.

32. John Prouty's will - January 31, 1792, Date of Import: Aug 30, 2003.


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  Ontario Genealogy Historical Newspaper Collection  Historical Newspaper Files from various regions of Ontario 

NEWSPAPER Genealogical and Historical Records - Thousands of entries


  Ontario (Upper Canada) Map Collection  Great site for locating your ancestors in Ontario

Ontario Genealogy Postcard Site - Great old-time landscape views


  Upper Canada and Ontario CRIMINAL Database 


Ontario Genealogy Database Index Site 400 000 Genealogy Records Indexed


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