Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
NameJoseph Brown Walker 61,62,53,63,64,33,5,56,65,7
Birth Date4 Aug 185066,67
Birth PlaceThorold, Welland, ON, Canada
MemoThorold,ON per death certificate
Birth Date4 Aug 1850
Birth PlaceHuron, ON
MemoPer marriage certificate
Birth Date4 Aug 185068,69,70,61,62,53
Birth PlaceThorold, Haldimand, ON, Canada
Census Date1851 Age: <1
Census PlaceWalpole, Haldimand, ON
MemoHis last name is shown as Brown & has a brother Abner Brown and mother Mary Ann Walker all living with John Brown
Census Date1861 Age: 10
Census PlaceWalpole, Haldimand, ON
MemoHis last name is shown as Brown & shows a Brother William(step?) & Sister(step?) Mary Ann Brown. Living with John Brown
Census Date1871 Age: 20
Census PlaceWalpole, Haldimand, ON
MemoHis last name is shown as Walker. Still living with John Brown
Census Date1881 Age: 30
Census PlaceNanticoke, Walpole, Haldimand, ON
Reside Date189162,64 Age: 40
Reside PlaceWalpole, Haldimand, Ontario, Canada
MemoAge: 71Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head-of-house: Head
Census Date10 Apr 189171,72 Age: 40
Census PlaceWalpole, Haldimand, ON
MemoFather and Mother are both b. England
Immi Date1901 Age: 50
Immi PlaceBuffalo Erie, NY
MemoPer 1910 Census
Emig Date1901 Age: 50
Emig PlaceBuffalo, Erie, New York
Memoper 1910 census
Reside Date190553 Age: 54
Reside PlaceBuffalo Ward 22, Erie, New York, USA
MemoRelation to Head of House: Head
Natu Datebef 1910 Age: 59
Natu PlaceMost Likely Buffalo, Ny
Memoper 1910 census
Natu Datebef 1910 Age: 59
Natu PlaceBuffalo, Erie, New York
Census Date1910 Age: 59
Census PlaceBuffalo, Erie, New York
Memo336 Bird Ave - renting
Census Date1910 Age: 59
Census PlaceBuffalo, Erie, New York
Memo336 Bird Ave
Death Date9 Sep 192073,66,74,68,75,76 Age: 70
Death PlaceNanticoke, Walpole, Haldimand, ON
MemoAt Home (Lot 22 Concession 3)
Death Date9 Sep 192068,73,75,61,77,78,63 Age: 70
Death PlaceNanticoke Haldimand Co. Buried Hagersville Union Cemetery Haldimand Co. Ontario
Burial Date12 Sep 1920
Burial PlaceHagersville Union Cemetery, Walpole, Haldimand, ON
Immi Date1901 Age: 50
Immi PlaceBuffalo, Erie, New York
Memoper 1905 census
Emig Date1901 Age: 50
Emig PlaceFrom Canada To Buffalo, Erie, New York
Memoper 1910 census
Census Date1905 Age: 54
Census PlaceBuffalo Ward 22, Erie, New York
ReligionWestlyan Methodists
OccupationFarmer And Carpenter In 1910 Census
FlagsAncestry Walkershire 100, Don Changes 1-Jun 2018 to 8-Aug 2018, Mystery, change aft 1jun18
FatherWilliam Walker (~1820->1881)
MotherMary Anne Dixon (~1827-1899)
Spouses
Birth Date19 Dec 1851-52
Birth PlaceHagersville, Haldimand, ON
Memo1852 per headstone and Death Certificate
Birth Date19 Dec 185257,52,49,53,58,54,55
Birth PlaceHagersville, Haldimand, ON
Census Date186159,60 Age: 9
Census PlaceDistrict 4, Walpole, ON
MemoAge 8
Reside Date187152,54 Age: 19
Reside PlaceCulross, South Bruce, Ontario, Canada
MemoAge: 19
Reside Date1881 Age: 29
Reside PlaceWalpole, Haldimand, ON
Emig Date1901 Age: 49
Emig PlaceBuffalo NY Maybe
Emig Date1901 Age: 49
Emig PlaceFrom Canada To Buffalo NY
Memoper 1905 census
Reside Date190553 Age: 53
Reside PlaceBuffalo Ward 22, Erie, New York, USA
MemoRelation to Head of House: Wife
Census Date1905 Age: 53
Census PlaceBuffalo Ward 22, Erie, New York
Census Date1910 Age: 58
Census PlaceBuffalo, Erie, NY
Memo336 Bird Ave
Census Date1921 Age: 69
Census PlaceWalpole Twp, Haldimand, Ontario
MemoLiving with daughter Elva
Reside Date1 Jun 192149,55 Age: 69
Reside PlacePoll Div 1 Walpole, Haldimand, Ontario, Canada
MemoAge: 65Marital Status: Widowed; Relation to Head of House: Mother
Death Date3 Feb 1934 Age: 82
Death PlaceNanticoke, Haldimand, ON
MemoAt home in Nanticoke, ON
Burial Date6 Feb 1934
Burial PlaceHagersville Cemetery
Death Date3 Feb 1934 Age: 82
Death PlaceNanticoke Haldimand Co. Buried Hagersville Union Cemetery Haldimand Co. Ontario
ReligionPresbyterian
ReligionPresbyterian
FlagsAncestry Walkershire 100, Don Changes 1-Jun 2018 to 8-Aug 2018, change aft 1jun18
FatherAndrew Smith (1823-1888)
MotherAlexandrina McKay (1827-1856)
Marr Date23 Feb 187679
Marr PlaceWalpole, Haldimand, ON
ChildrenAndrew Smith (1876-1941)
 William Dana (1880-~1930)
 Elva Vallota (1888-1975)
Birth Date19 Dec 1851-52
Birth PlaceHagersville, Haldimand, ON
Memo1852 per headstone and Death Certificate
Birth Date19 Dec 185257,52,49,53,58,54,55
Birth PlaceHagersville, Haldimand, ON
Census Date186159,60 Age: 9
Census PlaceDistrict 4, Walpole, ON
MemoAge 8
Reside Date187152,54 Age: 19
Reside PlaceCulross, South Bruce, Ontario, Canada
MemoAge: 19
Reside Date1881 Age: 29
Reside PlaceWalpole, Haldimand, ON
Emig Date1901 Age: 49
Emig PlaceBuffalo NY Maybe
Emig Date1901 Age: 49
Emig PlaceFrom Canada To Buffalo NY
Memoper 1905 census
Reside Date190553 Age: 53
Reside PlaceBuffalo Ward 22, Erie, New York, USA
MemoRelation to Head of House: Wife
Census Date1905 Age: 53
Census PlaceBuffalo Ward 22, Erie, New York
Census Date1910 Age: 58
Census PlaceBuffalo, Erie, NY
Memo336 Bird Ave
Census Date1921 Age: 69
Census PlaceWalpole Twp, Haldimand, Ontario
MemoLiving with daughter Elva
Reside Date1 Jun 192149,55 Age: 69
Reside PlacePoll Div 1 Walpole, Haldimand, Ontario, Canada
MemoAge: 65Marital Status: Widowed; Relation to Head of House: Mother
Death Date3 Feb 1934 Age: 82
Death PlaceNanticoke, Haldimand, ON
MemoAt home in Nanticoke, ON
Burial Date6 Feb 1934
Burial PlaceHagersville Cemetery
Death Date3 Feb 1934 Age: 82
Death PlaceNanticoke Haldimand Co. Buried Hagersville Union Cemetery Haldimand Co. Ontario
ReligionPresbyterian
ReligionPresbyterian
FlagsAncestry Walkershire 100, Don Changes 1-Jun 2018 to 8-Aug 2018, change aft 1jun18
FatherAndrew Smith (1823-1888)
MotherAlexandrina McKay (1827-1856)
Marr Date23 Feb 187679
Marr PlaceWalpole, Haldimand, ON
ChildrenAndrew Smith (1876-1941)
 William Dana (1880-~1930)
 Elva Vallota (1888-1975)
History notes for Joseph Brown Walker
Nanticoke -- In 1830, Colonel G.B. Hall settle on the Nanticoke Creek, between Port Dover and Dunnville. A little village sprang up but gradually died away when the railways diverted trade to other communities.
Notes for Joseph Brown Walker
1871 Census of Ontario
WALKER FN=JOSEPH; Age=20. BP=O; Rel= WM.
Eth= ENGLISH; Occ=CLERK.District=12;subdist=A; Div=2;Pg=52.
MiddletonTwp.
He appears to be living in a hotel.
Notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 1)
Jesse used her maiden name Smith on her Funeral Card which was the custom at the time.
To Do notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 1)
WILL INDEX for Haldimand Co at Cayuga
INDEXES X-Z, A-Z, A-Z, A 1929-1937 MS 404 Reel 22
VOL. 12, 13, 14, 15.
History notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 1)
Hagersville was established in the early days of the county when David Hager built a hotel here. Hagerville for many years was merely a stopping place for the daily stage between Port Dover and Hamilton. In 1870, the Canada Southern Railway was built and a year or so later the Hamilton and Lake Erie Railways, causing this small village to grow rapidly. The houses were built along the southern boundary of the Indian Reservation of Oneida, because this land could not be sold. In 1875, Hagersville was incorporated as a police village.
To Do notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 1)
WILL INDEX for Haldimand Co at Cayuga
INDEXES X-Z, A-Z, A-Z, A 1929-1937 MS 404 Reel 22
VOL. 12, 13, 14, 15.
History notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 1)
Hagersville was established in the early days of the county when David Hager built a hotel here. Hagerville for many years was merely a stopping place for the daily stage between Port Dover and Hamilton. In 1870, the Canada Southern Railway was built and a year or so later the Hamilton and Lake Erie Railways, causing this small village to grow rapidly. The houses were built along the southern boundary of the Indian Reservation of Oneida, because this land could not be sold. In 1875, Hagersville was incorporated as a police village.
Notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 1)
Hagersville was established in the early days of the county when David Hager built a hotel here. Hagerville for many years was merely a stopping place for the daily stage between Port Dover and Hamilton. In 1870, the Canada Southern Railway was built and a year or so later the Hamilton and Lake Erie Railways, causing this small village to grow rapidly. The houses were built along the southern boundary of the Indian Reservation of Oneida, because this land could not be sold. In 1875, Hagersville was incorporated as a police village.
Notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 1)
Jesse used her maiden name Smith on her Funeral Card which was the custom at the time.
Notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 2)
Jesse used her maiden name Smith on her Funeral Card which was the custom at the time.
To Do notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 2)
WILL INDEX for Haldimand Co at Cayuga
INDEXES X-Z, A-Z, A-Z, A 1929-1937 MS 404 Reel 22
VOL. 12, 13, 14, 15.
History notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 2)
Hagersville was established in the early days of the county when David Hager built a hotel here. Hagerville for many years was merely a stopping place for the daily stage between Port Dover and Hamilton. In 1870, the Canada Southern Railway was built and a year or so later the Hamilton and Lake Erie Railways, causing this small village to grow rapidly. The houses were built along the southern boundary of the Indian Reservation of Oneida, because this land could not be sold. In 1875, Hagersville was incorporated as a police village.
To Do notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 2)
WILL INDEX for Haldimand Co at Cayuga
INDEXES X-Z, A-Z, A-Z, A 1929-1937 MS 404 Reel 22
VOL. 12, 13, 14, 15.
History notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 2)
Hagersville was established in the early days of the county when David Hager built a hotel here. Hagerville for many years was merely a stopping place for the daily stage between Port Dover and Hamilton. In 1870, the Canada Southern Railway was built and a year or so later the Hamilton and Lake Erie Railways, causing this small village to grow rapidly. The houses were built along the southern boundary of the Indian Reservation of Oneida, because this land could not be sold. In 1875, Hagersville was incorporated as a police village.
Notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 2)
Hagersville was established in the early days of the county when David Hager built a hotel here. Hagerville for many years was merely a stopping place for the daily stage between Port Dover and Hamilton. In 1870, the Canada Southern Railway was built and a year or so later the Hamilton and Lake Erie Railways, causing this small village to grow rapidly. The houses were built along the southern boundary of the Indian Reservation of Oneida, because this land could not be sold. In 1875, Hagersville was incorporated as a police village.
Notes for Janet “Jesse” (Spouse 2)
Jesse used her maiden name Smith on her Funeral Card which was the custom at the time.
Last Modified 8 Oct 2018Created 25 Nov 2018 using Reunion for Macintosh
November 25, 2018
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