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The Beaver Family of Puslinch Township
By Edna (Beaver) Robertson 1969

Peter Beaver (II) - 1st son of Peter Beaver

He was the eldest son of Peter I and was born in Alsace on Oct. 21, 1806. When he came to Puslinch in 1832, he was 26 years old and unmarried. Old records state that he was a Lutheran in religion, then Evangelical and a Liberal in politics. He was given lot 25 and he cleared 50 acres of his farm. Peterís tombstone in Crown Cemetery, Morriston, states that he died Dec. 21, 1876, aged 70 years, 2 months. This old white marker is near the newer marker of the Nicholas Beaver family. It is interesting to note that Crown Cemetery is on lot 28. The first burial was in the early 1830ís but no records of burials were kept for more than 50 years. Each time a plot was required, it was chosen at random.

His first wife was Christina Yantz whose sister, Charlotte, married Peterís brother, Nicholas. They had two daughters.

1. Christina
2. Magdalena, born June 3, 1834.

After the death of his first wife, he married Catherine Saloma Motz, who was born in Germany in 1814. She died in Gagetown, MI on Sept. 11, 1899 and is buried in Grant Cemetery. They had five children.

1. Christian, born Dec. 1841

2. Henry (Big Jim), born Feb. 10, 1850

3. Michael, born 1852

4. Louisa, born Sept 26th, ?

5. Frederick, born March 12, 1859
 
Beaver, Peter (I10339)
 
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This is likely John's first wife:

http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/deathsca.htm

Susan CARLOW died 17 April 1870 at age 30 yrs of exhaustion of mania of 2 weeks duration. Cashierís wife. Born in Lower Canada. Informant was Dr. Workman of PLA [Provincial Lunatic Asylum] # 7101-70 (Toronto)


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Federal Census of 1871 (Ontario Index) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CARLAW , JOHN
Stray: Individual bears a different surname than the head of the family
Sex: Male
Age: 31
Birthplace: SCOTLAND
Religion: Church of Scotland/Kirk/Scotch Presbyterian, et
Origin: SCOTCH
District: TORONTO WEST ( 046 )
Sub-district: St. George's Ward ( A )
Division: 1
Page: 32
Microfilm reel: C-9969
Reference: RG31 ó Statistics Canada  
Carlaw, John Andrew (I15712)
 
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From http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~maryc/crediton.htm

27 Nov. 1877 Jacob FINKBEINER, age 25, born in Canada, farmer of Stephen to Annie SCHWARTZ, age 19, born in Canada, of Stephen, by D. Dippel. Witnesses: Mike Finkbeiner & Caroline Schweitzer. 
Schwartz, Anna (I00342)
 
4
New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
about Mr. A ploethner
Name: Mr. A ploethner
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1822
Age: 73
Gender: Male
Occupation: Weaver
Port of Departure: Rotterdam
Place of Origin: German
Ship Name: Amsterdam
Search Ship Database: View the Amsterdam in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Luggage: 2 bags
Line: 19
Microfilm Serial: M237
Microfilm Roll: M237_649
 
Ploethner, A. (I17578)
 
5
See http://images.ourontario.ca/almaguin/80517/data featuring photos of The Wurm Farm, Magnetawan, Ontario. 
Wurm, Julius C. (I10522)
 
6
Service Number: 19072
Force: Army
Unit: Canadian Infantry (Western Ontario Regiment)
Division: 1st Bn.
 
Brenner, Arnold Clement (I19811)
 
7 OBITUARY

Lyman - Cora Ellen Horner 75, passed away at the Wesley Hospital in WADENA, May 5 following a stroke. Funeral services were held last Saturday at the Bertha Funeral Home with Reverand Clarabel Fish of the Union Corner Church officiating. Interment was in the WADENA Cemetery.
Cora was born March 23, 1884 in Rice Co., Minnesota and came with her parents to this vicinity where she eventually met and married Percy Irons, and to this union were born two sons and a daughter. In 1922 she was married to LeRoy South, who passed away last January 11. To this marriage was born Stanley South of Hewitt, Minnesota Other surviving children are: Clifford Irons of Hewitt, Minnesota; Cecil Irons, Kelso, WA and Mrs. Thomas (Evelyn) Marsh of Deer Creek, Minnesota There are 13 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.
Surviving brother and sisters are: Fannie Rodekuhr-Walker, Minnesota; Grace Nelson of LaCrosse, WI and Sam Horner of Bagley, Clearwater Co., Minnesota
Relatives and friends coming from a distance who came to attend the funeral were the surviving children named above and Ervin Nelson of Northfield, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Randel of Bagley, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. James South and family of Albert Lea, Minnesota; Mrs. Bennie Meints, Mpls, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Irons, Mpls, Minnesota; Marlin Irons of Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Horner of Cohasset, Minnesota; Mrs. Oliver Marsh of Bovey, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Smith and family of Mpls., Minnesota and other relatives and friends from Hewitt, Deer Creek, Henning, Parkers Prairie and WADENA, WADENA Co., Minnesota
 
Horner, Cora Ellen (I10126)
 
8 Family Photo - Aaron Shantz and Mary Biehn.
 
Family F0650
 
9 Bing lived at 272 Brunswick in Stratford, Ontario. When he died he willed the property to Frederick Joseph Holman. Holman, William (I14543)
 
10 Federal Census of 1871 (Ontario Index)


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ALGEO , ROBERT


Sex: Male
Age: 47
Birthplace: ONTARIO
Religion: Canada Presbyterian/C. Presb.
Origin: IRISH
Occupation: FARMER & INNKEEPER
District: SIMCOE SOUTH ( 041 )
Sub-district: Bradford Villag ( C )
Division: 2
Page: 24
Microfilm reel: C-9960
Reference: RG31 ó Statistics Canada  
Algeo, Robert A. (I00570)
 
11 Federal Census of 1871 (Ontario Index)

REITZ , CONRAD
Sex: Male
Age: 25
Birthplace: GERMANY
Religion: Lutheran/Evangelical Lutheran
Origin: GERMAN
Occupation: CARPENTER
District: WATERLOO NORTH ( 032 )
Sub-district: Woolwich ( B )
Division: 3
Page: 27
Microfilm reel: C-9944
Reference: RG31 ó Statistics Canada  
Reitz, Conrad (I16343)
 
12 Federal Census of 1871 (Ontario Index)

SCHNELL , ELIZABETH
Stray: Individual bears a different surname than the head of the family
Sex: Female
Age: 24
Birthplace: ONTARIO
Religion: Lutheran/Evangelical Lutheran
Origin: GERMAN
Occupation: SEAMSTRESS
District: HURON SOUTH ( 025 )
Sub-district: Hay ( B )
Division: 2
Page: 35
Microfilm reel: C-9928
Reference: RG31 ó Statistics Canada  
Schnell, Elizabeth (I15078)
 
13 Military Funeral At Penrith

On Tuesday, for the second time in ten days, the soldiers of the Canadian Forestry Corps stationed at Penrith and Cliburn assembled at the Penrith Cemetery to pay their last tribute of respect to a dead comrade and on this occasion the remains of Private W. Van Vlack, of the Cliburn Company were interred alongside those of Sergt. Ploethner, who was killed a fortnight ago.

Private Van Vlack, who was only 19 years of age, came from Picton, Ontario. For some weeks he had been seriously ill and despite every care and attention at Fusehill War Hospital at Carlisle he passed away on Sunday. The news of his death became speedily known in Penrith and neighbourhood, and it created a painful impression, because the young soldier had made many friends. He had acted as motor driver for Major Walker, the officer commanding at Cliburn, and in that capacity was well known in Penrith, while the relations between his major and he were of a most intimate nature.

The funeral was hurriedly arranged for Tuesday afternoon, and was in every way impressive, it being the express wish of the commanding officer that full military honours should be paid. With this object in view Major Walker obtained the services of the band of the South Lancashire Regiment, which was in the town in connection with the rally of the members of the O.M.A..A..C. and the Womenís Land Army . The attendance of the general public was very large, and while no doubt many were attracted by the military nature of the ceremony, several people attended with a genuine desire to show their sympathy and respect. It had been again wisely decided to exclude the public from the Cemetery, and only the deceasedís comrades were at the graveside.

The coffin had been taken to the Drill Hall, and it was from there that the funeral procession started. The coffin, covered with the flag and surmounted with the soldierís cap, was carried on the carriage used a fortnight ago. The firing party marched first, then followed the band, and then a detachment of about fifty men from Cliburn, under Lieut. And Adjutant Reeve, and about the same number from the Beacon, under Lieut. and Adjutant Glanfield. The service at the church and at the grave was conducted by the chaplain, Capt. Edminson.
 
Van Vlack, Private MacMillan Clarke (I25829)
 
14 Obtained from the Weyauwega, Waupaca Co., Wisconsin Newspaper Obituary section, by M. R. Price as follows:

With the death of Adam Monroe Ballard , which occurred at his home in this village on Thursday evening, August 25, 1927, Weyauwega again mourns the passing of one of the last of its fast disappearing Civil War veterans.

The deceased had been ill for about six weeks and death was caused by arteriosclerosis.

Adam Monroe Ballard was born to Stephen Ballard and Matilda Ballard , one of nine children born to the couple . Adam was born at Otto, Cattaraugus County, New York , on July 13, 1845 and reached the ripe old age of 82 years, 1 month, and 12 days.

On Oct 17,1868 he was united in marriage with Miss. Emma Jane Baker, at Ogdensburg, Wisconsin, by the Rev. Eli Green. After residing on a farm in the town of Royalton for many years, they retired to the village of Weyauwega, which has been their home ever since.

The deceased was a Corporal in the 42nd Regiment and a staunch member of the M.E. Church of this village, from which a military funeral was held at 2 O'clock on Saturday afternoon, 26 Aug, Rev. J. M. Kellock officiating. Internment was made in the Oakwood Cemetery. Taps were sounded by Donovan Ballard, grandson of the departed.



 
Ballard, Adam Monroe (I00481)
 
15 "United States Registers of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VRQ8-531 : accessed 03 Sep 2013), Daniel Wurm, 1864. Wurm, Daniel (I33949)
 
16 "United States Registers of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VRQ8-531 : accessed 03 Sep 2013), Daniel Wurm, 1864. Wurm, Daniel (I33949)
 
17 "United States Registers of Enlistments in the U.S. Army, 1798-1914," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VRQZ-9HZ : accessed 03 Sep 2013), Daniel Wurm, 1861. Wurm, Daniel (I33949)
 
18 (2005). "Hunsberger." Canadian Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Mennonite Historical Society of Canada. Retrieved 23 Feb 2005

Hunsberger is a Mennonite family name, evidently Swiss in origin, found in the Franconia (PA) and Ontario districts of the Mennonite Church (MC). Bishop Henry Hunsberger (1768-1854) of the Blooming Glen, PA Mennonite congregation (MC) was assistant moderator of the Franconia Conference in 1847 by virtue of being second in seniority in years of service as a bishop. Because the moderator, Bishop John Hunsicker (d. 17 November 1847), sympathized with the vision and concerns of John H. Oberholtzer and sat with the Oberholtzer party in the Franconia meetinghouse on 7 October 1847 when the final secession of the Oberholtzer group occurred, Hunsberger served as moderator of the October 1847 session of the Franconia Conference. Jacob B. Hunsberger (1836-1919) served as preacher in the Coventry and Vincent congregations of the Franconia Conference from 1877 until his death over 41 years later. Christian R. Hunsberger (1823-1906) was a preacher in the Upper Skippack congregation (MC) of the Franconia Conference from 1879 until 1906. The Ontario Mennonite (MC) preachers included Abraham K. Hunsberger (1827-1889) of the Moyer congregation, and Noah Hunsberger, who was ordained preacher in 1903 and served in Sherkston and Waterloo. Bishop Ephraim Hunsberger (1814-1904) of the Eastern District Conference of the General Conference Mennonite Church (GCM) served as preacher in the Hereford congregation (GCM) beginning in 1849. In 1852 he moved to Wadsworth, Medina Co., Ohio, where he organized a congregation which he served for 50 years.
 
Hunsberger, Veronica (I02507)
 
19 *********HENNING ADVOCATE JULY 27, 1916 Pg. 1***************
Mrs. Roy South, of Inman, died Saturday, July 22, 1916, after a lingering illness from tuberculosis. Although death was not unexpected, it came as a sad blow to the family.
Mrs. South leaves to mourn her loss a husband and six children, a father and mother and two brothers and four sisters. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wait, and was born at the old home place in Inman, where she also died, at the age of 33 years and 1 day.
The funeral was held Sunday, July 23, Rev. McCombs conducting the services. Interment was made in the Inman Cemetery. 
Wait, Ina Alma (I10125)
 
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Storms, Everek R. "Hallman, H. S. (1859-1932)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1956. Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 2 January 2007 www.gameo.org/encyclopedia/contents/h3552me.html

H. S. Hallman (5 August 1859-13 October 1932) was a United Missionary Church (now Evangelical Missionary Church of Canada) minister and editor. Hallman was born near Kitchener, ON. On 18 February 1881, he married Maria Rosenberger, and to their union nine children were born. Converted at the age of 14, he entered the ministry in 1881, and was ordained in 1885 by the Ontario Conference of the United Missionary Church. He held pastorates at Port Elgin and Elmwood, ON.

Elected editor of the Gospel Banner in 1888, Hallman served in this capacity for 20 years, and also as publisher from 1899 to 1908. Under his leadership the paper became a weekly publication in 1893. He also published several tracts, books, hymnbooks, and periodicals, and became the founder and first publisher of the Scripture Text Calendar which he continued to edit until his death in 1932.

Hallman was secretary-treasurer of the Ontario Conference Mission Board 1898-1910, and president 1910-17. He was the first president of the Ontario Conference city mission work. He was secretary of the Ontario conference for 15 years and also secretary of five general conferences of the denomination (1888-1904 inclusive).

In the latter part of his life Hallman became active in the Christian and Missionary Alliance (CMA), although still retaining his membership in the United Missionary Church. For several years he was superintendent of the CMA publishing business in New York City, later serving as pastor of Alliance churches in Brantford and Toronto, ON. He died in Toronto on 13 October 1932. 
Hallman, Henry S. (I16825)
 

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