Emily Rosetta Moore1

F, #81447, b. 16 March 1816
  • Birth*: 16 March 1816; Ontario; per GEDCOM of Robert Allen De Vowe, Aug 27 2011.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Calvin Wilson Moore1

M, #81448, b. 23 May 1818
  • Birth*: 23 May 1818; Ontario; Date 1820 & location UC per 1861 Census. Date May 23 1818 & location Ont. per GEDCOM of Robert Allen De Vowe, Aug 27 2011.1,2
  • Marriage*: before 1852; Ontario; per 1861 Census.; Principal=Ann ?2
  • Census*: April 1861; Cramahe Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 41 at 1861 Census: Moore, C. W., 41, b. UC, Quaker, married; Ann, 28, b. UC. WM, married; Alice, 8; Ada, 5; James, 70, b. US, Unitarian, widower (1861 Census: Cramahe Twp., Northumberland Co., pg. 521 of 899, line 43 - ancestry.com)2

Family: Ann ? b. 1833

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.
  2. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

Polly Lavina Moore1

F, #81449, b. 22 May 1820
  • Birth*: 22 May 1820; Ontario; per GEDCOM of Robert Allen De Vowe, Aug 27 2011.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Phebe Ann Moore1

F, #81450, b. 8 April 1822
  • Birth*: 8 April 1822; Port Hope, Northumberland Co., Ontario; per GEDCOM of Robert Allen De Vowe, Aug 27 2011.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1842; Ontario; per GEDCOM of Robert Allen De Vowe, Aug 27 2011.; Principal=William Rila Webster1
  • Married Name: circa 1842; Webster1

Family: William Rila Webster b. 29 Oct 1810

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

William Rila Webster1

M, #81451, b. 29 October 1810
  • Birth*: 29 October 1810; Stansted, Quebec; per GEDCOM of Robert Allen De Vowe, Aug 27 2011.1
  • Marriage*: circa 1842; Ontario; per GEDCOM of Robert Allen De Vowe, Aug 27 2011.; Principal=Phebe Ann Moore1

Family: Phebe Ann Moore b. 8 Apr 1822

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Hosa Lyander Moore1

M, #81452, b. 23 July 1824, d. 21 July 1826
  • Birth*: 23 July 1824; Ontario; per GEDCOM of Robert Allen De Vowe, Aug 27 2011.1
  • Death*: 21 July 1826; Ontario; per GEDCOM of Robert Allen De Vowe, Aug 27 2011.1

Citations

  1. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.

Ann ?1

F, #81453, b. 1833
  • Birth*: 1833; Ontario; Date 1833 & location UC per 1861 Census.1
  • Marriage*: before 1852; Ontario; per 1861 Census.; Principal=Calvin Wilson Moore1
  • Married Name: before 1852; Moore1
  • Census*: April 1861; Cramahe Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 28 at 1861 Census: see C. W. Moore1

Family: Calvin Wilson Moore b. 23 May 1818

Citations

  1. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

Alice Moore1

F, #81454, b. 1853
  • Birth*: 1853; Ontario; Date 1853 & location UC per 1861 Census.1
  • Census*: April 1861; Cramahe Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 8 at 1861 Census: see C. W. Moore1

Citations

  1. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

Ada Moore1

F, #81455, b. 1856
  • Birth*: 1856; Ontario; Date 1856 & location UC per 1861 Census.1
  • Census*: April 1861; Cramahe Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 5 at 1861 Census: see C. W. Moore1

Citations

  1. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.

Robert Young1,2,3,4

M, #81456, b. 20 March 1736, d. 18 February 1826

  • Birth*: 20 March 1736; York, York Co., Maine, U.S.A.; Date Mar 20 1736 & location York Village, York Co., Maine per FindaGrave. Date 1736 & location York, Maine per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011. Date Mar 20 1736 & location York, Maine per family tree of donnaweekssawyer on ancestry.com, Oct 25 2013.2,3,4
  • Marriage*: 22 January 1761; York, Maine, U.S.A.; Date Jan 22 1761 & location York, Main per family tree of donnaweekssawyer on ancestry.com, Oct 25 2013. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Mary Dill2,3
  • Marriage*: 16 April 1769; Granville Twp., Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia; "He migrated to Nova Scotia with his father and brother, Job, and his first wife, Mary Dill in 1860/61. They settled in the Annapolis Valley - an area that the British had cleared of Arcadians. He married second the widow, Jean (Jane) Johnson McGregor, circa 1769." per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.
    Date Apr 16 1769 & location Granville Twp., Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia per family tree of donnaweekssawyer on ancestry.com, Oct 25 2013.; Principal=Jean "Jane" McGregor2,3
  • Death*: 18 February 1826; Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; Date Feb 18 1826 & location Carrying Place per FindaGrave. Date 1826 per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.2,4
  • Burial*: 20 February 1826; Carrying Place Cemetery, Murray Twp., Carrying Place, Northumberland Co., Upper canada; Memorial: (see Exhibit) Robert Young; Who Departed this life; Feb. 18, 1826; Aged; 89 yrs. & 10 Mo. 18 D's (Carrying Place Cemetery, Murray Twp., image from FindaGravev shows year 1826 more clearly than one I took in 2004.)
    FindaGrave: Name: Robert Young; BIRTH: 20 Mar 1736, York Village, York County, Maine, USA; DEATH: 18 Feb 1826 (aged 89), Carrying Place, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada;
    BURIAL: Carrying Place Cemetery, Quinte West, Hastings County, Ontario, Canada; MEMORIAL ID: 202431684; Note: Information for Joseph comes from a birth record, The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, 1847-2011, death date and burial location came from CemSearch.com, headstone photo was originally shared by: JETSUE (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/202431684/robert-young)
    Note: The Carrying Place Cemetery is on Hwy 33 north the line betweeen Prince Edward County and Northumberland County, or between Ameliasburgh Twp. and Murray Twp., so I use the names of the time.4,5
  • Immigration*: circa 1760; Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia; "He migrated to Nova Scotia with his father and brother, Job, and his first wife, Mary Dill in 1860/61. They settled in the Annapolis Valley - an area that the British had cleared of Arcadians. He married second the widow, Jean (Jane) Johnson McGregor, circa 1769." per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.2
  • Note*: circa 1790; "Hi Dan, As a great, great grandson of Robert Young, I have to admire your work in genealogy! It has had to take many hours of labor to accumulate the material. As you know, the difficulty comes in when some of the material appears to be faulty. Robert Young was born in York, Maine in 1736, the son of Job Young and Patience King. Job in turn was the son of Job Young and Sarah (Austin) Preble, and grandson of Rowland Young and Joanna Knight. He migrated to Nova Scotia with his father and brother, Job, and his first wife, Mary Dill in 1860/61. They settled in the Annapolis Valley - an area that the British had cleared of Arcadians. He married second the widow, Jean (Jane) Johnson McGregor, circa 1769. There is little doubt that he was a sea captain - but not of a man-of-war. In Nova Scotia, I came across a claim that he made to the British government for a ship which was seized by the rebels. It was for 500 pounds, an amount which I assume is not large enough for a man-of-war. In the 1790’s he moved with his family to Upper Canada. His youngest son, Thomas, as you know, married Nancy Robison c. 1810. His youngest son, Robison , married 1. Hannah Jones, and 2. Sarah Ann Moss. Robison and Sarah are my grandparents.
    Robison had one son by Hannah, and one son by Sarah. The latter, Tracy is my father. My mother is Ethel L. Mayne is descended from Scotch-Irish stock. In six weeks, I will be going to North Ireland to do some research. My purpose in writing to you is to see if you have any more information on the Scot-Irish origins of the Dogalls(Dougalls) and the Robisons. I have the references to County Tyrone, but that is it. Any info on more specific locations would be most appreciated. I do not have death dates for Thomas and Nancy. As I look at your photo of the gravestone, I am sure that it says 89 years that would make the 1737 date correct. How are you related to Robert?
    Charlie Young." per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.2
  • Residence: 1792; Lot 1, Amelaisburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "Captain Young's location is on the southeast side of Lot 1. The Captain has been a shipwright and carpenter, supervising the building of vessels. He is a Loyalist who originally had decided to emigrate to Nova Scotia, and upon hearing of Upper Canada being more fertile and game being abundant, has moved westward up the St. Lawrence to King's Town. Finally, following the westward lure of the Bay, and loading his belongings once again, he has located this far up the Townships, in Ameliasburgh. As an officer he is able to draw 2000 acres o f land, most of it being on the edges of Pleasant Bay, and the remaining portion at Carrying Place itself. Captain Young has immediately built a fairly large log cabin, but it will not be his permanent dwelling. He has other more ambitious plans for his home, and business ventures as well. But now Governor Simcoe has advised his personal friend, Captain Young, that he should move to what will be his new capitol at Fort York where he sees a great future for that location in the Province. The Governor is trying to induce this ex-captain of the British Navy to locate permanently on a large acreage near the Fort, believing that Young, as a bright and promising settler, will assist with the development of the capitol's community. Much work needs to be done to develop York, as the Governor sets in motion his plans for this new centre of government. Young is entitled to twelve hundred acres as an officer. He has, however, already drawn this amount at the Carrying Place and in the Peninsula, ignoring the Governor's plea to draw land at York, as he prefers his little community of settlers on the Bay." from page 308 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence: 1792; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "This year will see the arrival of many more persons in the Upper Bay Kenty, among them people of education and military standing. Captain Robert Young, late of the British Navy, comes to the Carrying Place, to settle here, bringing his family, among them his son, James Young, who has been born during the family's stay at Annapolis, Nova Scotia. The Youngs will achieve prominence as a leading family at the Carrying Place. Captain Young is a close friend of Governor Simcoe, and has been influenced to venture westward into Upper Canada by him." from page 306 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence: 1792; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "And so, the advice given by Governor Simcoe to his friend, Captain Robert Young of the Carrying Place, who is locating this same year of 1792 and now residing in his first temporary shelter, is that he should foresake the Carrying Place, and should remove himself further westward up to Fort York, as the new capitol will soon be called. Simcoe will have special tasks of construction in mind for Young, he being a most able military engineer. But Young, at present, will be inclined to remain at the Carrying Place." from page 307 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence: 1792; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "Joining Captain Robert Young and Asa Weller at the Carrying Place is Mr. Wilkins, who will become a man of prominence, building a good-sized house for the day. He will live many years at this place and finally be appointed as Colonel of the local Militia.
    Captain Young's location is on the southeast side of Lot 1. The Captain has been a shipwright and carpenter, supervising the building of vessels. He is a Loyalist who originally had decided to emigrate to Nova Scotia, and upon hearing of Upper Canada being more fertile and game being abundant, has moved westward up the St. Lawrence to King's Town. Finally, following the westward lure of the Bay, and loading his belongings once again, he has located this far up the Townships, in Ameliasburgh. As an officer he is able to draw 2000 acres of land, most of it being on the edges of Pleasant Bay, and the remaining portion at Carrying Place itself. Captain Young has immediately built a fairly large log cabin, but it will not be his permanent dwelling. He has other more ambitious plans for his home, and business ventures as well.
    But now Governor Simcoe has advised his personal friend, Captain Young, that he should move to what will be his new capitol at Fort York where he sees a great future for that location in the Province. The Governor is trying to induce this ex-captain of the British Navy to locate permanently on a large acreage near the Fort, believing that Young, as a bright and promising settler, will assist with the development of the capitol's community. Much work needs to be done to develop York, as the Governor sets in motion his plans for this new centre of government. Young is entitled to twelve hundred acres as an officer. He has, however, already drawn this amount at the Carrying Place and in the Peninsula, ignoring the Governor's plea to draw land at York, as he prefers his little community of settlers on the Bay." from page 308 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence*: 1792; Ameliasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "Asa Weller, who was the first white man to take up land on the Carrying Place settled on Lot 1 on the northwest side of the old Indian Portage. Wellers Bay is named after this pioneer. Robert Young also came to this district in 1792 and settled on Lot 1 on the southeast side of the Indian Portage." The Tobey Book, page 13, Brighton Public Library, my PDF copy.7
  • Residence: 1794; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "Two Schenectady boats have been bought by the Government and are being used for official mail service in a network reaching from Montreal to Niagara. The mail is brought up by Government batteau to King's Town, and is carried further west by one Schenectady boat which leaves every Monday during the season of navigation and proceeds to the Presqu'ile de Quinte, being the Carrying Place, where it is met by the other Schenectady boat rendezvousing from York. Despatches and passengers are interchanged over the Isthmus, passing over the trail by Asa Weller's and Captain Young's homes. It is not necessary to transfer the mail across the neck of land, as each boat returns to its own base." from page 328 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence: 1795; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "After his arrival, Asa Weller has married the daughter of Colonel William Marsh, one of the early Sidney pioneers. The Carrying Place Overland Railway will be a very profitable venture in the next few years, as well as rendering an excellent service towards furthering transportation in the Province. As yet, neither the Youngs nor the Wellers have enlarged their living quarters, but plans to do so will soon be considered. An inn here would be an excellent opportunity for business in the future, with a constant stream of travellers passing this way. For carrying each craft across the narrow Isthmus, the Wellers charge 20 shillings Halifax currency, or $4.00." from page 341 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence: 1795; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "A petition this year has been endorsed by Captain Meyers, Caleb Gilbert, Alexander Chisholm, Squire John Bleecker and Captain Robert Young, representing the Upper Kentie District, recommending the building of a highway or passable route from Port Trent to a point near Ernesttown (Bath) by a man named Jabez Davis, who is putting his name forth as builder. The petition will go unheeded for now, but this road will no doubt eventually be made. All these citizens have met and formulated the plan for the road, as they are strongly urging that this proposed and necessary route be built. Progress in this region will never be much furthered with no land travel as yet possible, and only the waterways available as highways." from page 341 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Note: 1796; Murray Twp., Carrying Place, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "Robert Young was born in Boston, the son of Scottish parents. At the outbreak of the American revolution he was in command of a British man-of-war. Early biographers say that he settled in Nova Scotia after the war, his first wife having died leaving him with two children, Joseph and Mary. However, since his first child by his second wife was born in Nova Scotia in 1773, it would appear that he moved there before and not after the Revolution. Young and his wife Jean produced a child nearly every other year until there were eight - suggesting, if nothing else, that he was not too far away for the duration of the war. By 1795, having heard of the fertile land and abundant game available in Upper Canada, he and his family decided to leave the Atlantic and the following year they settled at Carrying Place." from “Homesteads: Early buildings and families from Kingston to Toronto”, by Margaret McBurney and Mary Byers, 1979, pg. 46
  • Residence: 1796; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; "The first white settler in Carrying Place is said to have been Asa Weller from Vermont. The next permanent settler is said to have been Robert Young, ex-captain in the British Navy. Robert Young and his family came from an area in Annapolic County, Nova Scotia. There are a number of unrelated Young families in Murray Township, so it's a case of Genealogists Beware! Both Asa Weller and Robert Young were buried in Carrying Place Cemetery." from History of South Murray Twp. by Margaret L. May, per Masonic Lodge archives, Dan Buchanan, August 1, 2018.
  • Residence: 1796; Ameliasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "Lieut.-Col. Young was the oldest son of the late Lieut.-Col. Young James Young, M.P., who settled on the "Homestead" at the Carrying Place, in 1796." per Death Notice of Reuben Young.8
  • Residence: 1798; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "At this time, now, an accompanying petition is circulated and submitted by the patrons of Meyers' Mills to the authorities. It is signed by forty-five residents of the neighbouring townships, among them the following men of considerable respectability: David McGregor Rogers, the member of the Legislative Assembly (of the famed Rogers family), Elisha Beman (the ancestor of prominent orchard growers of the 19th. Century in Durham County), Owen P. Roblin (of Roblin's Mills, Prince Edward County), Asa Weller (owner of the Portage Railway of Carrying Place), and Captain Robert Young (prominent naval engineer, Carrying Place).
    Their petition is in reality a demand for a satisfaction to all their needs, and they state: "That your Honours petitioners being customers to Captn John W. Meyers (Mills) which are erected on Lot number five in the first concession of Thurlow and the said Captain W. Meyers having been at a considerable expense of improving and fencing a pasture on Lot number four near the Landing (of the village) for the purpose of keeping a Team (for our convenience) to transport our Grain and flour to and from his Mills, and as said Lot number 4 is a Reserve we pray it may be confirmed (for our benefit) to the said Captain Myers either by Grant or Lease as your Honour in your Judgment may think fit."
    " from page 353 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence: 1802; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "Newcomers are ever yet arriving. The Vandervoort family have emigrated from Albany as late Loyalists into the Bay Kentie area, and this year have made their landfall near White's Creek, a small river nearly midway between Port Trent and Thurlow. More numerous are the leading families swelling the settlement at the Carrying Place. John Murphy and Robert Wilkins are now residing there. Mr. Wilkins will later distinguish himself as a Parliamentary member and a Colonel in the Militia. Stephen Young, half-brother to Asa Weller, has arrived to join his family at the Carrying Place, and is immediately invited to join his brother in the profitable business of the Overland Railway Portage." from page 378 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence: 1804; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "The Young family have now been resident at Carrying Place for a number of years. It has been recently the desire of Captain Young to commence building a more permanent and gracious residence than the log house in which they have dwelt thus far. Captain Young has formulated some plans for a fine house which will be spacious, solid and stylish. The ground plot is selected on his farm, being that which faces north to the Carrying Place trail, and is within sight of the waters of Weller's Bay on the westerly outer lake side of the Isthmus. Diagonally opposite him stands the Weller Inn, still a log structure, but no doubt due to be improved as the Weller business enlarges. The basement cavity this year will be dug by Young's slaves, in preparation for the erection of the cellar walls." from page 385 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence: 22 March 1804; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "James Young, son of Captain Robert Young, has wed Catherine Weller in this year of 1804, having been married by Colonel1" (Squire) John R. Bleecker of Port Trent and the ceremony witnessed by Colonel Wilkins. Theirs is a notable wedding and has bonded together again two of the leading families of the Bay." from page 384 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence: 1807; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "Slavery of the black servants is still of a common occurrence amongst the more well-off Loyalists. Abraham Cronk possesses a slave whom he has bought from the Widow Simpson, a female for $300.00. After a period, she will return to the Simpson household, where she will remain in bondage up to the time of her death. The female has a daughter, who is growing up to be regarded by her master as an unusually "smart girl". Nicholas Lazier of Sophiasburg possesses slaves in his household, one, named "Sal", being noted for her fervent attachment to the awakening Methodism. Mr. Pryne, who lives not far from the Laziers, also has slaves numbering two negroes. Colonel Thompson and Major Van Alstine also have some, numbering quite a few, as has Captain Robert Young of the Carrying Place. Lieutenant McGinness of Amherst Island likewise is a slave owner, as is Captain Trumpour of Adolphustown, being the owner of two. Mr. Leavens of Meyers' Creek has bought a female slave from Asa Wallbridge for $100.00. A son of hers will be purchased by Captain McIntosh, to work in his household. It is a common practice to buy or sell one's slaves as they are needed or no longer needed. from page 388 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence: 1807; Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "The houses being built by the Weller and Young families at the Carrying Place are rising to pretentious proportions this year. A goodly number of workmen have been employed, and the activity bodes more prosperous days for the area. Both edifices are now complete from without, the finishing of woodwork and plastering but yet remaining. Bricks come steadily over by scow across the water from the Sidney brickworks, and rumble by ox-cart over the Portage Trail westward to the site of the erection. Weller's team meets the laden scow and they are transported by leather apron to the cart. Captain Robert Young has designed his house to accommodate the quarters for his servants in a unique way, by adding, in his plans, an extension on to the west side, which is only able to be reached by the basement passage that leads from the sunken Dutch kitchen and bakeoven below, as well as an outer exit door." from page 395 of "Hans Waltimeyer" by Jane Bennett Goddard, UE, 1980.6
  • Residence: 8 July 1807; Carrying Place Lot 1, Ameliasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; Land Registry Records (Patent) show that Robert Young obtained the Patent from the Crown for all ?160? acres of lot 1, Carrying Place Lots, Ameliasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co.. ITS Date: July 8 1807. (Ontario Land Registry Records, Prince Edward Co., Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place Lots, Book 13, pg 002 of 340, pg. 1, page copied from OnLand.ca by Dan March 3 2022)
    Note: The numbers are very unclear, both for dates and acreage. Suggestion of 160 acres for this Patent based on later transactions.9
  • Residence: 8 July 1807; Carrying Place Lot 1, Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place, Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; "The Crown patent for Young's house site was officially issued in 1807. In 1809 the acres were transferred to James Young and in 1831 they passed by will to Reuben Young." from “Homesteads: Early buildings and families from Kingston to Toronto”, by Margaret McBurney and Mary Byers, 1979, pg. 4610
  • Residence: 6 December 1809; Carrying Place Lot 1, Ameliasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; Land Registry Records (B&S ?258?) show that Robert Young & wife sold obtained the Patent from the Crown for all ?160? acres of lot 1, Carrying Place Lots, Ameliasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co. to James Young. ITS Date: Dec 6 1809. Reg'n. Date: ?Feb 3 1810?. (Ontario Land Registry Records, Prince Edward Co., Ameliasburgh Twp., Carrying Place Lots, Book 13, pg 002 of 340, pg. 1, page copied from OnLand.ca by Dan March 3 2022)9
  • Census*: 1812; Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; 1812 Assessment: Robert Youngs; 20 acres uncult.

Family 1: Mary Dill b. c 1740, d. a 26 Nov 1766

  • Marriage*: 22 January 1761; York, Maine, U.S.A.; Date Jan 22 1761 & location York, Main per family tree of donnaweekssawyer on ancestry.com, Oct 25 2013. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Mary Dill2,3

Family 2: Jean "Jane" McGregor b. Jul 1744, d. 3 Aug 1838

  • Marriage*: 16 April 1769; Granville Twp., Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia; "He migrated to Nova Scotia with his father and brother, Job, and his first wife, Mary Dill in 1860/61. They settled in the Annapolis Valley - an area that the British had cleared of Arcadians. He married second the widow, Jean (Jane) Johnson McGregor, circa 1769." per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.
    Date Apr 16 1769 & location Granville Twp., Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia per family tree of donnaweekssawyer on ancestry.com, Oct 25 2013.; Principal=Jean "Jane" McGregor2,3

Citations

  1. Robert Young per FindaGrave. Robert Charles Young per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021.
  2. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  3. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  4. [S128] FindAGrave, online unknown url.
  5. [S15] Unknown author, Tombstone Inscription.
  6. [S109] U.E. Jane Bennett Goddard, Hans Waltimeyer.
  7. [S54] Wilfred M. Sprung & Barbara Nyland, Tobey Book.
  8. [S208] Hastings Co. Archives, online unknown url.
  9. [S46] Unknown location, Ontario Land Registry Records; unknown film.
  10. [S61] Unknown compiler, Homesteads.

Jean "Jane" McGregor1,2,3,4

F, #81457, b. July 1744, d. 3 August 1838

  • Birth*: July 1744; Derry, Cavan Co, Ireland; Date July 1744 & location Derry, Ireland per FindaGrave - note re no evidence for that. Date Jul 1744 & location Derry, Ireland per family tree of donnaweekssawyer on ancestry.com, Oct 25 2013. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.2,5,3
  • Marriage*: 16 April 1769; Granville Twp., Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia; "He migrated to Nova Scotia with his father and brother, Job, and his first wife, Mary Dill in 1860/61. They settled in the Annapolis Valley - an area that the British had cleared of Arcadians. He married second the widow, Jean (Jane) Johnson McGregor, circa 1769." per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.
    Date Apr 16 1769 & location Granville Twp., Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia per family tree of donnaweekssawyer on ancestry.com, Oct 25 2013.; Principal=Robert Young2,5
  • Death*: 3 August 1838; Murray Twp., Carrying Place, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; Date 1744 per CemSearch - age 94 at death Apr 9 1838. per family tree of donnaweekssawyer on ancestry.com, Oct 25 2013.5,6
  • Burial*: 5 August 1838; Carrying Place Cemetery, Carrying Place, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; Memorial: (see Exhibit) In; Memory of; Jane; Wife of; Robert Young; Who Departed This Life; Aug 3, 1838; Aged 94y 5m (Carrying Place Cemetery, Murray Twp., 2004 07 11 by Dan)
    CemSearch: Name: Jane Young; Born: 1744; Died: Apr 9 1838; Age: 94; ID: CRYPLCCP0359; No other names: Cemetery: Carrying Place Cemetery, Conc C Lot 9, Murray Twp., Northumberland Co., Village of Carrying Place; Note: Wife of Robert Young (https://www.cemsearch.ca/burial/?pid=CRYPLCCP0359%5E0)6,4
  • Married Name: 16 April 1769; Young2

Family: Robert Young b. 20 Mar 1736, d. 18 Feb 1826

Citations

  1. Jane wife of Robert Young per Memorial. Jane McGregor Young per FindaGrave.
  2. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  3. [S128] FindAGrave, online unknown url.
  4. [S15] Unknown author, Tombstone Inscription.
  5. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.
  6. [S39] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Job Young1

M, #81458, b. 1695
  • Birth*: 1695; York, York Co., Maine, U.S.A.; Date 1695 & location York, York Co., Maine per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.1,2
  • Marriage*: before 1727; Maine, U.S.A.; per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Patience King1
  • Immigration*: circa 1760; Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia; "He migrated to Nova Scotia with his father and brother, Job, and his first wife, Mary Dill in 1860/61. They settled in the Annapolis Valley - an area that the British had cleared of Arcadians. He married second the widow, Jean (Jane) Johnson McGregor, circa 1769." per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.1

Family: Patience King b. Feb 1701, d. 26 Jul 1790

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Patience King1

F, #81459, b. February 1701, d. 26 July 1790
  • Birth*: February 1701; Kittery, York Co., Maine, U.S.A.; Date Feb 1701 & location Kittery, York Co., Maine per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.1,2
  • Marriage*: before 1727; Maine, U.S.A.; per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Job Young1
  • Death*: 26 July 1790; York, York Co., Maine, U.S.A.; per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021.2
  • Married Name: before 1727; Young1

Family: Job Young b. 1695

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Job Young1

M, #81460, b. 1664
  • Birth*: 1664; York, York Co., Maine, U.S.A.; Date 1664 & location York, York Co., Maine per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.1,2
  • Marriage*: 1691; York, York Co., Maine, U.S.A.; Date 1691 & location York, York Co., Maine per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Sarah Austin1,2

Family: Sarah Austin b. 1667, d. 24 May 1720

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Sarah Austin1

F, #81461, b. 1667, d. 24 May 1720
  • Birth*: 1667; York, York Co., Maine, U.S.A.; Date 1667 & location York, York Co., Maine per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.1,2
  • Marriage*: 1691; York, York Co., Maine, U.S.A.; Date 1691 & location York, York Co., Maine per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Job Young1,2
  • Death*: 24 May 1720; York, York Co., Maine, U.S.A.; per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021.2
  • Married Name: 1691; Young1

Family: Job Young b. 1664

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Rowland Young1

M, #81462, b. circa 1640
  • Birth*: circa 1640; per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.1
  • Marriage*: before 1665; per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Joanna Knight1

Family: Joanna Knight b. c 1640

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.

Joanna Knight1

F, #81463, b. circa 1640
  • Birth*: circa 1640; per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.1
  • Marriage*: before 1665; per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Rowland Young1
  • Married Name: before 1665; Young1

Family: Rowland Young b. c 1640

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.

Mary Dill1

F, #81464, b. circa 1740, d. after 26 November 1766
  • Birth*: circa 1740; York, Maine, U.S.A.; Date c. 1740 & location York, Maine per family tree of donnaweekssawyer on ancestry.com, Oct 25 2013. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.1,2
  • Marriage*: 22 January 1761; York, Maine, U.S.A.; Date Jan 22 1761 & location York, Main per family tree of donnaweekssawyer on ancestry.com, Oct 25 2013. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Robert Young1,2
  • Death*: after 26 November 1766; Granville Twp., Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia; Date c. 1766 & location Granville Twp., Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia per family tree of donnaweekssawyer on ancestry.com, Oct 25 2013. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011. Daughter Mary born Nv 26 1766 per family tree of lblrobin on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021.1,2
  • Married Name: 22 January 1761; Young1

Family: Robert Young b. 20 Mar 1736, d. 18 Feb 1826

Citations

  1. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  2. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Job Obediah Young1,2,3

M, #81465, b. 21 April 1739, d. 13 June 1827
  • Birth*: 21 April 1739; York, York Co., Maine, U.S.A.; Date Apr 21 1739 & location York, York Co., Maine per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.2,3
  • Death*: 13 June 1827; Belleisle, Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, Canada; per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021.3
  • Immigration*: circa 1760; Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia; "He migrated to Nova Scotia with his father and brother, Job, and his first wife, Mary Dill in 1860/61. They settled in the Annapolis Valley - an area that the British had cleared of Arcadians. He married second the widow, Jean (Jane) Johnson McGregor, circa 1769." per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.2

Citations

  1. Job Obediah Young per family tree of conniesoo56 on ancestry.ca, Jan 19 2021.
  2. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  3. [S82] Tree on Ancestry.com, online unknown url.

Robison Young1,2,3,4,5,6

M, #81466, b. May 1834, d. before 1909
  • Birth*: May 1834; Hillier Twp., Prince Edward Co., Upper Canada; Date May 1834 & location Cda. per 1900 Census. Date 1834 & location Cda. per 1880 Census. Date 1836 & location Cda. per 1870 Census. Date 1833 & location Cda. per 1861 Census. Date 1834 & location Cda. per 1851 Census. Date 1834 & location Hillier Twp. per marriage register - Hannah M. JOnes. Date 1834 & location Hillier Twp. per GEDCOM of Glen E. Carter, Aug 29 2011. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.2,7,5,4,3,6
  • Marriage*: 31 December 1862; Hillier Twp., Prince Edward Co., Canada West; Marriage Register: Groom: Robinson Young; Age: 28; Res. & Born: Hillier Twp.; Parents: Thomas & Mary Young; Bride: Hannah M. Jones; Age: 21; Res. & Born: Hillier Twp.; Parents: Robert H. & M. A. Young; Date: Dec 31 1862; Place: Prince Edward Co. (Ontari0 Marriage Register, ancestry.com) per GEDCOM of Glen E. Carter, Aug 29 2011. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Hannah M. Jones2,7,3
  • Marriage*: 1869; New York, U.S.A.; Date 1869 per 1900 Census - married 31 yrs. at 1900. Benjamin Young and Sarah Moss are married per 1870 Census. per 1880 Census. per GEDCOM of Glen E. Carter, Aug 29 2011. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Sarah Ann Moss2,7,6
  • Death*: before 1909; Palermo, Oswego Co., New York, U.S.A.; His wife Sarah is a widow per 1910 Census.6
  • Census: 1852; Hillier Twp., Prince Edward Co., Canada West; Age 17 at 1851 Census: see Thomas Young4
  • Census*: April 1861; Hillier Twp., Prince Edward Co., Canada West; Age 28 at 1861 Census: see Thomas Young5
  • Residence*: 31 December 1862; Hillier Twp., Prince Edward Co., Canada West; Residence Hillier Twp. per marriage register.3
  • Immigration*: 1868; New York, U.S.A.; Immigration 1868 per 1900 Census.6
  • Census: 20 June 1870; Palermo, Oswego Co., New York, U.S.A.; Age 34 at 1870 Census: see Abram Morse (father-in-law)6
  • Census: 25 June 1880; Palermo, Oswego Co., New York, U.S.A.; Age 46 at 1880 Census: Young, Robinson, 46, b. Cda. May, p.b. Cda., farmer, married; Sarah, 38, b. NY Aug., p.b. Conn. & NY, married; Charles, 15, b. Cda. Nov., p.b. Cda. & NY, son; Lana, 8, b. NY Jan, p.b. Cda. 7 NY, daughter; Hattie, 6, b. NY Mar, p.b. Cda. & NY, daughter (1880 Census: Palermo, Oswego Co., New York, dist. 259, pg. 33 of 42, line 23 - ancestry.com)
    Note: Robinson Young is just under Abraham Moss, age 74, apparently Sarah's father?6
  • Census: 8 June 1900; Dist. 137, Palermo, Oswego Co., New York, U.S.A.; Age 66 at 1900 Census: Young, Robeson, 66, b. Cda. May 1834, p.b. Cda. & Pennsylvania, immig. 1868, 32 yrs in US, farmer, 31 yrs. married, married; Sarah A., 56, b. NY aug 1843, p.b. Conn & NY, 31 yrs marr., 4 kids all living, married; Mary, 18, b. NY May 1882, p.b. Cda. & NY, daughter; Tracy, 16, b. NY May 1884, p.b. Cda. & NY, farm lab., son (1900 Census: Palermo Town, Oswego Co., NY, dist 137, pg. 6 of 30, line 50 - ancestry.com)6

Family 1: Hannah M. Jones b. 1841

  • Marriage*: 31 December 1862; Hillier Twp., Prince Edward Co., Canada West; Marriage Register: Groom: Robinson Young; Age: 28; Res. & Born: Hillier Twp.; Parents: Thomas & Mary Young; Bride: Hannah M. Jones; Age: 21; Res. & Born: Hillier Twp.; Parents: Robert H. & M. A. Young; Date: Dec 31 1862; Place: Prince Edward Co. (Ontari0 Marriage Register, ancestry.com) per GEDCOM of Glen E. Carter, Aug 29 2011. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Hannah M. Jones2,7,3

Family 2: Sarah Ann Moss b. Aug 1843

  • Marriage*: 1869; New York, U.S.A.; Date 1869 per 1900 Census - married 31 yrs. at 1900. Benjamin Young and Sarah Moss are married per 1870 Census. per 1880 Census. per GEDCOM of Glen E. Carter, Aug 29 2011. per email from Charlie Young, Aug 29 2011.; Principal=Sarah Ann Moss2,7,6

Citations

  1. Robison Young per 1851 & 1861 Census. Robinson Young per marriage register - Hannah M. Jones. Robinson Young per 1870 & 1880 Census. Robeson Young per 1900 Census.
  2. [S33] Unknown author, "Email Message," e-mail to unknown recipient.
  3. [S28] Unknown short register title: entry for unknown spouses' names unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  4. [S11] Unknown author, 1851 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
  5. [S10] Unknown author, 1861 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
  6. [S21] US Census, online unknown url.
  7. [S22] Rootsweb, online unknown url.