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Abraham Coon, Jr.

Abraham Coon, Jr.

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  • Name Abraham Coon  [1, 2
    Suffix Jr. 
    Born Abt May 1788  Kingsbury,Washington,New York,United States Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Christened 21 May 1788  Kingsbury,Washington,New York,United States Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Gender Male 
    Also Known As Abram Coon  [3
    Census 1790  Kingsbury,Washington,New York,United States Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    1790 U.S. 
    • Abraham Coon, 2, 1, 5, 8
    Owned Land 1810  South Crosby,Leeds,,Canada West Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Military Service Bef 1814  Gananoque,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Second Regiment, Leeds Militia under Captain Benoni Wiltsie 
    Travel 1814  South Crosby,Leeds,,Canada West Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Died 24 Mar 1859  South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Cemetery Aft 24 Mar 1859  Halladay Burying Grounds,Elgin,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Family Search ID match LZBP-CNZ 
    Family Search Link https://familysearch.org/tree/#view=ancestor&person=LZBP-CNZ 
    Buried Aft 24 Mar 1859  Elgin,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 6
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    Notes 
    • UEL Book p. 73  Jessup bros.:  Ebenezer, Edward, Joseph.  Prominent Albany business men, large land holdings along upper Hudson River.
      John Peters:  Connecticut men from  Green Mountains of NH.  1776 Winter spent in Montreal.

      UEL Book p. 96.  Burgoyne's army [Indian Germans] 2 corps of Loyalists (500 men).
      King's Loyal Americans under Ebenezer Jessup.  Edward and Joseph 1776 had joined Sir G. Carleton's army.
      The Queens Loyal Rangers.  Col. John Peters.

      July 1777.  Burg -- N. to Fort Edwards and Fort George.  Dwindling supplies to replenish dwindling stock of horses expedition to Bennington organized.  Peter's Queen's LR. chosen to go (300 men).  Justus Sherwood under command of a German.
      Aug. 13 met large militia (+500) under John Stark.  Peters lost half his men.  Remaining Loyalists tied in pairs to horses.  [jail, execution, or escape].
      After Battle of Bennington remainders of Loyalists merged.  2nd battalion of Sir John Johnson's regiment under Jessup's Command.
      3 brothers Jessup's surrendered with Burgoyne allowed to go to Canada. 1783 - Col. Edward extensive grants in township of Augusta.
      Prescott lots 1,2,3 in 1st Concession.  Built a school house.  b. 1735 Stamford, CT, d. 1816 age 81.

      p. 165  Burritt family.  Arlington, VT.  Stephen, Adiniram.  Abel Stevens, Loyalist and early industrialist from VT, built 1796 first mill at Delta in Leeds Co.

      Notes from the Elgin Library July,1980 written by Nancy P. Bredbeck

      History of the Township of South Crosby by C. Clare Churchill, 1955.

      UE Loyalists before 1783 list made.
      Capt. Grass -- Kingston, Cataraqui Spring 1784.
      Major Jessup near Prescott.
      First Loyalists to arrive:  Walter Davis, Joseph Merriman, George Delong, Abraham Coon
      Joseph Merriman.  South Crosby.  Lot 15, 3rd Concession.  Tanner and Furrier.
      Jesse DeLong.  First white child born in South Crosby 1805.
      First Reeve.
      Abraham Coon b. 1778 at Kingsburg (sic Kingsbury), NY.  Came with father Abraham.  Lot 13, 7th Concession.  Married (1) Sarah (Sabry) Halladay, married (2) Sylvia Sly -- 10 children.  Planted first orchard.  Fought 1812.
      Chapman Pennock, b. VT.  Lot 2, 2nd concession.  Nephew Oliver Penworth, first buried in Halladay Cemetery.  Lot 14, 2nd Concession.  Grant.
      First council meeting 1814, March 7.  Clerk:  Chapman Pennock...James Halladay:  2nd assessor...Henry Halladay: 2nd division...

      Singleton's Corners:
      1825 first other settler John Bennett
      1850 100 people
      1839 Methodist New connection Church
      1888 Brockville-Westport railway built

      Brockville-Westport RR
      1880 first tourists.  Mr. Harvey, an American 1882.  Lack of funds to pay during building.  Farmer issued script for free rides to be paid.  1910 Canadian  Govt. took over.  Friday Cheese day.  Saturday Excursion day to Brockville.  Last ran Aug 31,
      1952.  Lloyd Stone 1967.

      Morton.  Grant to Josiah Ballard 1811.  1853 purchased by George Morton (and Andrew McKee).  Whitefish falls.  Planned a town.  Built a mill. Fine farm, brick yard, cheese maker from Switzerland/imported.  1881 farm sold.  Cemetery (56 years old)
      North on Lyndhurst Road.
      Morton United Church.  1875 "bee" Presbyterian.  George Morton directed building.  Closed now.  1967 Sharon Hudson.

      Jones Falls.
      1790 Hon. Charles Jones - planned a mill and a townsite.  "Charleston." Never matured.  Engineers sent in to plan canal.  Puzzling largest drop - 60 feet, river rolling down a ravine for nearly a mile.  Plans of John McTaggert:  suggested using
      "McDonald's Gully on the south side of the ravine and building locks with a basin between...build a dam 216' at top, 65' in height.  Bases extend far out into lake -- Before...there were no falls only rapids.  The falls...represent the spillway...the
      contract...was let to two Scots, Thomas McKay and John Redpath...The Basin Lock was a marsh with some cedars...in the early morning a green mist could be seen arising..."infernal place".
      1827 work started.
      1827-28 50 stone cutters at quarries north of Elgin.  Quarters for 200 men at Glover's bluff.
      1828 malaria.  Irish weak unhealthy.  Many died.  Darcy school house - hospital.  Volunteer nurses.  Graves north of falls on Baxter farm - unmarked.
      1831 completed in 4 years.  Houses auctioned.
      1832, May 29.  First boat, Capt. Hunter, Col. By.  Two block houses, cook house.  Scow-could carry 2 teams and 2 wagons.
      1838 Bill Johnson, pirate threatened.
      1885 bridge built.

      First lockmaster, Peter Sweeney, of the Royal Sappers and Miners 1832-1870.

      First hotel (1) Barney O'Neil - gold, (2) Newman, (3) Wood.  Thomas Kenney built hotel and PO across from McNeil farm after bridge built across street.

      1885 contractor C.S. Burtch.

      Hotel Kenney's emigrated 1855.

      Opinicon 1868.  2 gaps.  Indian word.  1830's Benjamin and Mary Chaffey deeded land to Col. John By.

      1899 Flemmings began tourist hotel.  Ohio.

      Cliff Pennock of Elgin, barber and photographer.

      1870 grist mill.

      Simmons.
      1822 William Chaffey.
      1857 James W. Simmons II Lockmaster.
      1871 granted land.
      1886 N.Y. Peter Hayden got off town boat from fishing.
      1935 he died at Chaffey's.  Invented tree fishing.

      Davis Lock.  Nine left Sand Lake to Opinicon.  Davis owned a saw mill below the falls.  First lock master Foster.  House stone, fort.  Gold never found.

      1897 building of St. Columbanus R.C. Church.

      United Church Newspaper 1894

      1856 church building planned.  Log school house had served as school, meeting, and Sunday school.  Uncle Eben donated land for church, cemetery.
      1857 dedicated stone church.
      1893 torn down.  Unsafe.
      1894 new completed.

      A Social History of Elgin by Rev. J.H. Seeley, 1955.

      1788 UEL arrival, township established.  Named in honour of Brass Crosby, friend of Lord Simcoe.  (Ethan Allen tried negotiating union of VT with Canada...Henderson papers.)

      1802 Ebenezer Halladay received lot where Elgin stands as a UEL grant, donated land for cemetery and church, fought 1812, Halladay's Corners.
      1844 first stone house, Halladay homestead operated first cheese factory on this farm.
      Traveling parson, Halladay home - meeting place.
      Eben served at Battle of the Windmill, Mac Kenzie Rebellion -- pension. Eben wounded.

      1880 Agricultural Society of South Crosby

      1827 -- building of canal began.  No road between Elgin and Jones Falls. Abraham Coons carry message.  Road built to "move material from stone quarries of Henry Halladay's" [Frank Stanton, Lewis Soper].  Stone drawn on sled in winter.  North of Elgin.

      First blacksmith Harvey Mitchell where Fisherman Stone is, son Ira threatened to go Mormon.  Neighbors called Nauvoo.

      Robert Dargavel suggested name Elgin in honour of Lord Elgin, one time Governor General.

      1833-34 135 covered wagons left for Mormon settlements.  One of first businessmen Henry Laishley (English).  The Seven Dollar Store. Manufactured pot ash, sold intoxicating beverages.  Erected several buildings.  Halladay's Store.  Built for his
      bookkeeper, Thad Leavette (historian).  Sold to Abraham Brown for a hotel.  1863 Zeph Sexton made it a grocery store.  Philemon Pennock clerked. [John Write: Hotel, Mustard: Liqueur, etc.]

      1869 200 people.  R. H. Baker - shoe maker, Dargavel - merchant, B. Halladay - carriage maker, James H. - carriage maker, N.H. Howard, Israel Hunter - blacksmith, etc.  Z. Sexton - merchant.

      1868 second school house built.  3rd building large 2 room brick building.

      Ben  Campbell's store on what was formerly Sexton property.

      Dance Hall back of Halladay's Grocery Store moved toward street -- blacksmith town down.

      The house owned by Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Smith was bought by Robert Smith from Jarvis Randolph in 1898.

      J.B. Pinkerton residence (sold by Rand). Old Dr. McGhie.

      Early history of Methodist.  2 branches.  Methodist and Episcopal.  First church near L.W. Brown farm.

      Old Meeting House dismantled 1859, small brick house built.  Mrs. Betty Pyne.  "The Elgin Chapel" sandy foundation.  1881 rebuild.  1894 built. 1886-90 parsonage built.  Anglican - Rev. T. Tremayne 1839-1857 traveling missionary.  1850 St. Mary's
      Newboro, 1905 church built in Elgin.  Rev. William Wright 1879-1889. Prior to 1898 R.C. worshipped in Philipsville.

      Elgin File/Library - memories of various.
      Before Xmas Turkey fair by train station, made cheese twice on Sat., Sat. night farmers all came to town.
      Most people had wells but town pump in front of  Edmund Kenney's.
      1840(?) or so Pennock, Topping, Halladay.  Total  children: 36.
      Pennock's came from UEL Ireland: 2 girls, 9 boys.
      Toppings: 2 boys, 9 girls.
      Stagecoach ran from Westport to Kingston.  6 to 7 people and mail and freight, another one went to Smith Falls.
      Mail came from Brockville twice a day.
      Train, no glass -- cinders.
      Egg collector -- shipped eggs to Montreal.
      Baseball, parade with floats.  Horse race.
    Person ID I5194  Rgstrong Family genes. | Decendants of Justus Coon, 1819-1907, Descendants of Walter Halladay, cir 1640, Decendants of Ebenezer Halladay, 1675-1779, Decendants of Samuel Halladay, 1680-1741, Decendants of William Halladay, 1677/1678-1764, Descendants of Ebenezer Pratt, I7152 and Noah Halladay, I8837
    Last Modified 25 Jan 2014 

    Father Ancestors Abraham Coon, Sr.,   b. 1747, ,,New York,United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Sep 1831, Elizabethtown,Leeds,,Canada West Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Patience Wells,   b. 1756, Kingsbury,Albany,New York,United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1809  (Age 54 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Married 1776  Kingsbury,Charlotte,New York,United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F622  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 1 Ancestors Sabery Halladay,   b. 20 Oct 1788, Barnet,,Vermont Territory,United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Oct 1814, Elgin,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 26 years) 
    Married 14 Feb 1808 
    Children 
    +1. Lois Ann Coon Married: 4x4x ,   b. 10 Mar 1811, South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 May 1897, Fairview,Sanpete,Utah,United States Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 86 years)  [natural]
    +2. Mahitable Coon,   b. Abt 1814, South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 21 Sep 1889  (Age ~ 75 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 23 Mar 2006 
    Family ID F621  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Ancestors Sylvia Sly,   b. 25 Oct 1797, Wheelock,Caledonia,Vermont,United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Sep 1875, Elgin,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 77 years) 
    Married 24 Mar 1816  South Crosby,Leeds,,Canada West Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Children 
    +1. Augustus Coon Married: 2x2x ,   b. 5 Oct 1817, South Crosby,Leeds,,Canada West Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Feb 1901, Elgin,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 83 years)  [natural]
    +2. Justus Coon Married: 2x2x ,   b. 4 Mar 1819, South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Oct 1897, Elgin,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)  [natural]
    Married: 1x3. Amelia L. Coon,   b. 7 Dec 1821, ,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   bur. Elgin,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
    Married: 1x4. Susannah Coon,   b. 14 Dec 1825, ,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Mar 1896  (Age 70 years)  [natural]
     5. Abraham Coon,, III,   b. 15 Nov 1827, South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 21 May 1868  (Age 40 years)  [natural]
     6. David Coon,   b. 14 Jan 1828, South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown  [natural]
    Married: 1x7. Sylvia Coon,   b. 7 Jun 1831, South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown  [natural]
     8. Uriah Coon,   b. 29 Jul 1833, South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown  [natural]
    +9. Calvin Luther Coon,   b. 14 Jun 1834, South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown  [natural]
    +10. Sabrina Coon,   b. 15 Jul 1839, South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1 Apr 1917  (Age 77 years)  [natural]
    Last Modified 25 Jan 2014 
    Family ID F175  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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    Link to Google MapsBorn - Abt May 1788 - Kingsbury,Washington,New York,United States Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChristened - 21 May 1788 - Kingsbury,Washington,New York,United States Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 1790 U.S. - 1790 - Kingsbury,Washington,New York,United States Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOwned Land - in the 3rd Concession, Lot 10 - 1810 - South Crosby,Leeds,,Canada West Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Lois Ann Coon - 10 Mar 1811 - South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMilitary Service - Second Regiment, Leeds Militia under Captain Benoni Wiltsie - Bef 1814 - Gananoque,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsTravel - granted ten days leave - 1814 - South Crosby,Leeds,,Canada West Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Mahitable Coon - Abt 1814 - South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 24 Mar 1816 - South Crosby,Leeds,,Canada West Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Augustus Coon - 5 Oct 1817 - South Crosby,Leeds,,Canada West Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Justus Coon - 4 Mar 1819 - South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Amelia L. Coon - 7 Dec 1821 - ,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Susannah Coon - 14 Dec 1825 - ,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Abraham Coon,, III - 15 Nov 1827 - South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - David Coon - 14 Jan 1828 - South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Sylvia Coon - 7 Jun 1831 - South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Uriah Coon - 29 Jul 1833 - South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Calvin Luther Coon - 14 Jun 1834 - South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChild - Sabrina Coon - 15 Jul 1839 - South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 24 Mar 1859 - South Crosby,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCemetery - Aft 24 Mar 1859 - Halladay Burying Grounds,Elgin,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - Aft 24 Mar 1859 - Elgin,Leeds,Ontario,Canada Link to Google Earth
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  • Sources 
    1. [S13] Descendants of Roger Stevens, b.1700, Jill Fyffe rfyffe@peterboro.net, (Outline report 01/10/1999), pg 23, pargraph F.8 (Reliability: 0).

    2. [S732] Ontario Canadian Headstones, digital images, Jim McKane, (www.canadianheadstones.com: 2009-2012), accessed 24 Mar 2012<, Headstone for Abraham Coon, Jr. in Halladay Burial Place+, Elgin Cemetery, Leeds County, Ontario (Reliability: 3), 24 Mar 2012.
      IN MEMORY OF
      ABRAHAM COON JU'r
      WHO DIED
      MAR. 24, 1859
      AGED
      69 Y'RS & 10 MO.
      ALSO
      ABRAHAM SE'r
      DIED
      SEP. 8, 1831
      AGED 83 Y'RS
      image by gravehunter42 at gmail dot com

    3. [S909] "FamilySearch," database, FamilySearch , The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, ((http://new.familysearch.org)), accessed 26 Nov 2013), entry for Abraham Coon, person ID LZBP-CNZ. (Reliability: 3).

    4. [S951] 1790 U.S. census, 1790 United States Federal Census, Digital images, New York, Washington, (www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2010), M637, roll 6, p. 211, line 22, Abraham Coon, accessed 26 Nov 2013 (Reliability: 3), 26 Nov 2013.
      Image: 251; Family History Library Film: 0568146.
      Abraham Coon, 1, 2, 5
      showing pg 211 and 212

    5. [S957] United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada., UELAC, (http://www.uelac.org/ : 22 Oct 2004), accessed 17 Dec 2013), Submitted by Janet Stemmer, UE, "Making the Loyalists: Loyalists and the War of 1812", Abraham Coon and sons Abraham and Isaac (Reliability: 3), 17 Dec 2013.
      Abraham Coon and sons Abraham and Isaac
      United Empire Loyalist Abraham Coon was probably born 1753 in Rhode Island as Abraham Maccoon to Nathan Maccoon/Coon and Anna Hall. The Rhode Island Maccoones dropped the "Mac" about 1770. A DNA match to a proven descendant of Nathan's grandfather John Maccoone [1666-1733] was over 90%. Nathan has the only documented son Abraham in the time period.
      In 1773, Nathan Coon brought his family to NewYork and signed a Rensselaer lease in the area of Stephentown, New York. In May of 1777, Nathan, Abraham and cousin William are all listed on the same New York militia roster under Captain Christopher Tillman from Colonel Stephen Schuyler's Regiment. How ironic that they were tasked with capturing the "disaffected" that Abraham would later become. In August 1777, when Francis Pfister of nearby Hoosick recruited about 318 local men to support the approaching General Burgoyne, it appears that Abraham was among the recruits. Colonel Pfister was killed in action and his recruits were transferred to Samuel Mackay. Abraham was taken prisoner according to the Samuel Mackay October 1777 militia roster for Loyal Volunteers, possibly at Bennington, Vermont. Under a "Return of Men formerly belonging to Lt Col John Peters (who have returned from imprisonment)", Abraham received backpay from October 1777 through October 1780.
      In 1780 and 1781, he was in hospital per rosters by Capt Robert Leake and Col. John Peters but is later active and listed on rosters of Capt John W Meyers, Capt William Fraser and is eventually discharged under Jessup's Loyal Rangers in 1784.
      He received the UEL designation on the supplemental list. There is no record of his receiving a land grant.
      In 1789, Abraham is back in New York where he purchased land in Kingsbury, Washington County, New York. According to one family report, his sons Abraham and Isaac and four daughters were all born in Kingsbury. He sold the property in 1794.
      He reappears in Canada in the Elizabethtown census and the Johnstown District jury duty records in 1801 and purchased land from William Allen in 1803 for 40 pounds. [7th Concession, Lot 33] He sold the land in 1813 to his son Isaac's brother-in-law or father-in-law, Nathaniel Brown for 250 pounds. Baptism records for children of Abraham Jr and Isaac appear in 1809. In 1810, Abraham Jr. purchased land in South Crosby. [3rd Concession, Lot 10]
      Abraham's sons participated in the War of 1812. In 1812, Isaac is listed on militia rolls for the Fourth Regiment, Lincoln Militia under Captain Abraham Nelles. In the book Rideau Reflections, by G. Clare Churchill, Abraham Jr is recorded as being granted leave from his post in Gananoque to go home to South Crosby for ten days in 1814 by Captain Benoni Wiltsie [Second Regiment, Leeds Militia].
      At some later date, Isaac is declared an Alien [apparently returned to the United States] and forfeits 100 acres of land in the 7th Concession, Lot 34 S on January 2, 1817.
      It is an odd parallel. In 1777, Abraham became a loyalist while his brother Nathan remained in the New York militia. Thirty five years later, two brothers are again split by their loyalties.
      Abraham Sr was listed on Elizabethtown census as late as 1819. A joint tombstone at South Crosby's Halladay cemetery reports that Abraham Sr. died in 1831 and Abraham Jr. died in 1859.
      Abraham Jr's descendants continue to live in the South Crosby area. I do not know the subsequent whereabouts of Isaac.
      Abraham Coon, UEL is my fourth great grandfather. My grandfather Gerald Coon moved to New York shortly after his service in the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force during World War I.
      - Submitted by Janet Stemmer, UE
      (http://www.uelac.org/Making-Loyalists/Selective-lists-of-loyalists/War-of-1812-Loyalists.php#AbrahamCoonSons)

    6. [S403] Ontario Genealogical Society Cemetery Transcriptions Leeds County, Ontario Genealogical Society, (Canada), Leeds Co. South Crosby Twp. Halladay Burial grounds, Elgin, Con. 2, Lot 12 (Reliability: 3), 14 Jan 2007.
      Leeds Co. South Crosby Twp. Halladay Burial grounds, Elgin, Con. 2, Lot 12
      MS 451, Reel 32

      Leeds Co. South Crosby Twp. Halladay Burial Grounds Con. 2 Lot 12
      MS 451, Reel 106

    7. [S909] "FamilySearch," database, FamilySearch , The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, ((http://new.familysearch.org)), accessed 26 Nov 2013), entry for Sylvia Sly, person ID LHDJ-71L. (Reliability: 3), 26 Nov 2013.