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The History of the County of Brant, Ontario: Containing a History of the County: Its Township

The History of the County of Brant, Ontario: Containing a History of the County: Its Township

Source : Internet Archive

The History of the County of Brant, Ontario: Containing a History of the County: Its Township

The History of the County of Brant, Ontario: Containing a History of the County: Its Township

Source : Internet Archive

Results : KITCHEN


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1879-81, Thos. W. Charlton, 1882-3, Alfred Kitchen


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few ana far between. Mr. Edward Kitchen settled in the village in 1823, Mr. Robert Snowball in 1833, and Mr.


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house on the farm of Mr. Kitchen, a short distance to the westward of St-George. This arrangement continued for two


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wife both died. She was Rachel Kitchen, and born in Canada. Their family consisted of the following children: the eldest,


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married, December 4, 1868, to Cyrus Kitchen, of Brantford Township. William F. Blain was married, March 2, 1864, to Catherine


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to Amanda Jane, daughter of Edward Kitchen, of South Dumfries , Alonzo, at present owning a farm adjoining the homestead


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the son of Edward and Eunice Kitchen. His father was born in Hac Uettsttovru- State of New Jersey, Sept. 14,


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Dumfries, Feb. 28- 1864. Mr. James B. Kitchen was married, Oct. 9, 1842, to Sarah Howell, ilauuhter of laaj^ and


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and died Feb. 28, 1864. Mr. Kitchen is a member of the Baptist Church in St-George, where he has been


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Nov. 21, 1841. Mr. and Mrs. Kitchen are members of the Baptist


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GEORGE W. KITCHEN, farmer, Township of South Dumfries, was born in that township, in the


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and is a son of Edward and Emma (Culloen) Kitchen. His father, who has been a farmer all his days,


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Waterdown, County of Wentworth. Mr. Edward Kitchen was the first settler to introduce a threshing machine into this part of


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Mary, daughter of John and Dorothy Kitchen, of Dumfries Township, and to this union have been born five children, of