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Chairman of the Board, MGA Tech., Inc., Chicago 
MERRIAM, Robert Edward (I8848)
Commission on Crime 
MERRIAM, Robert Edward (I8848)
Democracy in Action 
MERRIAM, Robert Edward (I8848)
Died in a fire at the Iriqouis Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, December 30, 1903, where over 600 people lost their lives. 
GUTHRIE, Fannie S (I13968)
Member of the Chico City Council (1947).
Twice elected MAYOR of the city of Chico, California. 
MERIAM, Theodore (I9119)
President, Encyclopedia Brittanica Educational Corp. Resigned 1970. 
EVEROTE, Warren Peter (I9178)
President, Spaceonics, Inc.
President, University Patents Inc. of Illinois 
MERRIAM, Robert Edward (I8848)
MERRIAM, John Hunt I (I5416)
Birth, death and parent names incorrectly recorded 
LENNOX, Bertha Temple (I87902)
Death record shows birth date and birth place. 
SILLOWAY, Hannah A (I92272)
11 See page 48 in Pope book for complete text of will. MERRIAM, Joseph (I4427)
12 - Or Colborne THROOP, John (I259)
13 - Wood working machinery. MERRIAM, Rufus Nichols (I5616)
14 Gank MERRIAM, David Edwin (I5686)
15 grain MARSHALL, Dwight Lawton (I14025)
16 Japan HILL, Arthur Thompson (I14000)
17 Royal Canadian Navy MERRIAM, Karl Clifton (I15462)
18 See The MERIAMS - by Kay Ogilvie Meriam in Warren Lotteridge Meriam notes MERIAM, John Lottridge (I7527)
19 USA MERRIAM, Rev Matthew (I5248)
20 Wedding ceremony officiated by Mr. Stiels. Family F1799
21 "...a good, true Christian man." HOAGLAND, Edgar M (I9466)
22 "...mustered in May 10, 1898; encamped at Lakeland and Tampa Heights, Florida; in Cuba with the army of invasion. At Battle of Guasimas and in battles of July 1, 2, and 3. Went with his battalion (the 3rd, Major Keck) up San Juan Hill into the block house, where he was on guard for the night with his company. At the bombardment of Santiago de Cuba July 10 and 11 and the siege and final surrender of the city July 17, 1898. Also, during the terrible days in the "death camps" along the San Juan hills, Cuba, and at Montauk, New York. Mustered out November 18, 1898." MERRIAM, Harold Alvord (I60463)
23 "A sketch of his life, with portrait, appears in "The Manufactures and Manufactories of New England:. He was a deacon of the Pilgrim Congregational Church, and a valuable member of the community" MERRIAM, John Newton (I5717)
24 "A.B. Dart. Col. 1858; Union Theol. Sem. 1860; Cong. minister at Stoddard, Goffstown, and Holis, New Hampshire, more than 20 years at last-named place. Served in 14th N.H. Vol. Inf. in the Civil War; was long secretary of State Association of Churches, and widely honored and beloved. Died after great suffering" GEROULD, Samuel L (I14416)
25 "After a training in Framingham public schools and Dean Academy, he spent a year in Colorado, hunting, prospecting and mining. Was seven years with the Cordaville Woolen Co. After a brief experience in another business he went in 1882 to take charge of the Rockfall Woolen Company's buusiness at Middletown, Ct., where he still remains. Is also connected with other manufacturing companies" WILLSON, Abbie Frances (I14600)
26 "Amh. Coll. 1858; teacher, Union Theological Seminary 1860-1863; ordained Presbyterian Minister at Salem, Pennsylvania 3 Aug 1864; died there unmarried" MERRIAM, Edwin Elisha (I14367)
27 "At half after four of the clock in the afternoon" HOLDEN, Abigail (I12290)
28 "Became a teacher in Freedmen's Schools in North Carolina during the war, and afterward in Georgia. Resided Columbus, Georgia" MERRIAM, Anna Parker (I14244)
29 "Before going to college she (Florence Augusta Merriam) began work on birds with her brother, Dr. C. Hart Merriam, and when in college helped organize one of the first Audubon Societies of the country, with field classes for bird study." Became a publisher of periodicals and books. See Merriam Genealogy in England and America, page 322, for more information. MERRIAM, Florence Augusta (I6428)
30 "Clara Ida Grochofske was born near Williamford, Ontario, south of Chatsworth, Ontario. She and her sister's (but not her brother's) name was changed during World War I because their father spoke German with a German accent and neighbours believed he was German. He was Polish from western Poland, near Poznan where German was spoken. Clara's name was changed to Crosby." ...Paul Merriam CROSBY, Clara Ida Grochofske (I2315)
31 "died early" MERRIAM, Amelia A (I14545)
32 "Ebenezer Merriam and Rev. James Nichols, both of Farmington (the part which is New Bristol), were each arrested and accused of High Treason against the State of Connecticut at the adjourned time of the Surperior Court (Hartford, Jan 1777). Both were accused of persuading one Robert Jerome to join the British Army. But in each case the grand jury failed to find a true violation of law and they went free." MERRIAM, Ebenezer (I5245)
33 "Eleanor Merriam Lukits became an accomplished artist." MERRIAM, Eleanor Merriam (I16200)
34 "Eliza Elizabeth Merriam sold land that had descended from her grandmother and uncle Josephus Merriam, in 1829.

Pope Book, page 115 (137). 
MERRIAM, Eliza Elizabeth (I11425)
35 "Enlisted in the 15th Massachusetts Battery and died in service" MERRIAM, John Wells (I14325)
36 "Grad. Dartmouth College 1877; Andover Theological Seminary, 1880; ordained May 19, 1881; pastor Presbyterian church at North Platte, Neb.; Congregational Cchurch, Harford, Pa; 1882. Later, pastor at Port Dickinson, Broome County, New York" MERRIAM, John (I5730)
37 "Graduated at Dartmouth College in 1881, LL.B. at Columbia College, 1885; entered upon the practice of law in New York City." MERRIAM, Joseph Francis (I5731)
38 "Had been a school-teacher, and had shown much interest and ability in the care of the sick" MOOSE, Mary Margaret (I14300)
39 "Harry" Merriam was born near Markdale, Ontario, Canada, but spent most of his life in Meaford, Ontario. He was employed by McLagan's Furniture Factory until it closed and he retired.

Harry and Edna celebrated their 50 wedding anniversay in April 1965.

Harry was always interested in sports, especially fishing. He was a member of Christ Church Anglican.

Obituary of Henry Albert (Harry) Merriam:


Meaford- Harry Merriam died at the Meaford General Hospital on Saturday at age 75. He had been in failing health for some time.

Mr. Merriam was born near Markdale, but spent spent most of his life in Meaford. He spent many yaers in the furniture manufacturing business. He was employed at McLagan's furniture until it closed and he retired.

Mr Merriam married the former Edna Fothergill, who survives. Mr and Mrs Merriam celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in April 1965. They were married in Meaford on April 7, 1915. He has always been interested in sports, especially fishing. He was a member of Christ Church, Anglican. Surviving, besides his wife, are one daughter Marjorie, Mrs Keith Bumstead of Meaford, four grandchildren and one great grandchild. He is predeceased by one daughter, Irene (Mrs. Ronald Gibson). Dated July 1966

In Edna's obituary, following their marriage they lived in Meaford before going to Western Canada to reside for a few years. They returned to this area and came back to Meaford.

Notes compiled by: Kit Cutting 
MERRIAM, Henry Albert (I1394)
40 "Harv. Univ. A.B., 1897, removed to Framingham" LADD, Alexander Haven Sr (I14587)
41 "He died on March 26, 1915 of Ludwig's angina and septicemia. He had been helping Herbert, his father, run Cherry Brook Farm in Weston, where I assume he is buried."

Marsha Merriam Gee 
MERRIAM, Charles 1st (I6027)
42 "He engaged in iron manufacture at Oswego, NY in connection with Mr. Ames. Was a successful man. He removed to New York City, but continued in the business as his sons have done" MERRIAM, Isaac Lewis (I5711)
43 "He engaged in mercantile pursuits some years; has been more recently treasurer of several large railroad corporations, residing in Boston" MERRIAM, Charles Jr (I5739)
44 "He enlisted as an electrician in U.S. Navy at the opening of the Spanish-American War; served 3 years; was promoted to be chief electrician of his section. Re-enlisted at Washington, D.C., and served 4 years in the Philippines and the Orient." ...also served at San Francisco. MERRIAM, Percy Arlington (I60250)
45 "He fitted for colledge at Pinkerton Academy, Derry, N.H., took one year at Dartmouth (1868-9), but was obliged to leave on account of ill health. Was a druggist's clerk at Washington D.C., and Boston, Mass.; went into the produce business in Chicago, Ill., in 1871; in grain trade at North Bend, Neb. 1873-6; then went to Omaha, Neb. There he formed a partnership with P.C. Himebaugh and built a terminal elevator, building a line of forty-five country elevators as feeders. He sold in1893, and resided in Chicago, Ill., two years being a member of the Board of Trade and an exporter of Grain. Returning to Omaha, Neb., he resumed the grain business, buying one, and building another elevator.
Is president of the Merriam and Holmquist Company, a director in the Grain Exchange, which he helped to establish. He and his wife are members of the first Presbyterian Church. 
MERRIAM, Nathan (I5728)
46 "He fitted for college at Merrimack and New Ipswich, New Hampshire, and took parts of the course at Amherst and Dartmouth Colleges; left the latter in 1861 on account of ill health. Studied medicine and graduated at Dartmouth Medical School in 1864. Was medical cadet in United States army in 1862 at Columbian Hospital, Washington, D.C.; commissioned surgeon of 40th Massachusetts Voluntary Infantry May 6, 1864; was in the field in some severe battles, Drury's Bluff, Bermuda Hundred, Cold Harbor, and Petersburg. Assistant surgeon at the United States Army Hospital in Washington until 1866. Afterward resided there in general practice." MERRIAM, Ephraim Carlos (I5726)
47 "He has been a merchant, postmaster, president of the School Board at Hopkinton, Ia" MERRIAM, Charles Edward (I5725)
48 "He has resided at Framingham on the old place. He served in the 44th Mass. Vol. Infantry in the Civil War." MERRIAM, Joseph Albert (I5736)
49 "He is cashier and paymaster of the Pepperell Mill of the champion-International Company, manufacturers of pulp and paper" MERRIAM, Marshall (I5727)
50 "He learned the carpenter's trade; settled in Lawrence; became a master builder, and erected many large and fine buildings; acquired a good property. One of the early settlers in Lawrence, a man "whose word was as good as his bond," he enjoyed the respect of the community to a high degree." MERRIAM, Thatcher (I5474)
51 "He lived on a farm near Toledo, Ohio for 17years; enlisted Sept 16, 1861, in the 1st Battalion, 18th U.S. Infantry, and served till honorable discharge Sept. 16, 1864. His regiment served till honorable discharge Sept. 16, 1864. His regiment was in the 14th Army Corps, Gen. Geo. H. Thomas, and participated in engagements at Nashville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Kenesaw Mt., Corinth, and other eventful battles. Removed to Urbana, Ohio in 1887, where he is in real estate business." MERRIAM, William Huffman (I5735)
52 "He lived on the farm with his father many years; then removed to Worcester in April 1853, where he entered into the real estate business, and found better educational opportuniites for his children." MERRIAM, Charles (I5684)
53 "He resided at Chelmsford. He died Sept 13, 1863, age 41 years, 5 months, 3 days. Administration of his estate granted Oct 13 following to the widow. After the death of their grandfather in 1875, the daughters brought suit to prevent the admission of an alleged will of Darius" MERRIAM, Darius Gregory (I5733)
54 "He resided on the old homesead; was a captain in the militia;
director of the New Ipswich National Bank. He died at the home of his son Samuel at Little Falls, New York. Buried at Manchester, New Hampshire" 
MERRIAM, Moses (I5709)
55 "He resided several years at Randolph..." (Pope) MERRIAM, Noah Kimball (I5688)
56 "He was a clerk in the freight department of the Boston and Worcester R.R. some time; then went to Leicester and became a teller, and afterward cashier of the Leicester Bank" MERRIAM, David Edwin (I5686)
57 "He was a farmer in Michigan and enlisted in the Union army in the War of the Rebellion. He removed to McMinnville, Tennessee" MERRIAM, Charles Wiley (I5701)
58 "He was a merchant, part of the time a travelling salesman. Resided at Lowell, then some time in Brimfield; later in Lowell, where he died Nov 17, 1857" MERRIAM, Joseph Franklin (I5715)
59 "He was a non-commissioned officer of Co. H, 44th Mass. Vol. Inf., in the War of the Rebellion. He has resided at Weston many years, having a large stock farm." MERRIAM, Herbert Sr (I5741)
60 "He was cremated and my father, Kimbrough Brown, Charles Adrian Brown's son, scattered his ashes over the farm in Stilesville, Indiana." BROWN, Charles Adrian (I60747)
61 "He was educated at Medford Academy. Went in 1836 to Brunswick, Ga., into the canal and R.R. office. Was a commission merchant. Removed to Savannah, Ga. An onlychild died in infancy" MERRIAM, Abiel Hayward (I5699)
62 "He was educated at Woburn Academy; taught navigation, bookkeeping and penmanship. Became a practical chemist and manufactured "Chemical Olive Soap:", "Oil of Bark", etc.; took out patents and received medals from institutes and societies; resided at New Bedford and Providence, RI" MERRIAM, Tarrant Putnam Jr (I5697)
63 "He was educated in Pris; fitted for college at Columbia College Grammar School; graduated at College Bourbon in 1847, as mechanical engineer. Was with the Amoskeag Manufacturing Co. of Manchester, N.H., building engines. Editor of Granite State Farmer at one time; of the American Engineer 1858-1860. Was first lieutenant and quartermaster in the 53d N.Y. Volunteer Infantry, september 1861; later engineer-in-chief of the Department of North Carolinea, and afterward in Gen. Banks's command in Texas, till about the close of the war. He was in 1868 superintendent of Metallic Art Works in Boston. Spent from 1873 to 1880 in Italy" MERRIAM, John Clark (I5744)
64 "He was educated in the grammar and high schools of Framingham; went from the latter at once to a position in Geo P. Metcalf & Co.'s hat factory, and a year later became bookkeeper for Friedman Brothers, of Boston, boot and shoe jobbers. On the death of his father in 1888 he succeeded him as treasurer of the Cordaville Wollen Co. and is still in that position. He is also treasurer of the Framingham Box Co., president of the Manson Building Co., and one of the directors of the National Bank, also of Framingham; has been chairman of the board of selectmen. Resides in South Framingham" MERRIAM, Bernard Francis (I5746)
65 "He was graduated at Western Reserve College in 1848; was for five years principal of Shaw Academy, Cleveland, Ohio. Went into business in Cleveland, being senior partner of the firm of The Merriam & Morgan Parafine Company, competing with the Standard Oil Company in some of its lines. Was very successful. Was an active church-member and strong helper of the Young Men's Christian Association, some time its president and instrumental in the erection of its fine building; gave at one time $10,000 to its work. Died of apoplexy." MERIAM, Joseph Bidwell (I5691)
66 "He was graduated from Harvard University in the class of 1886, and received the degree of AM. in 1888. Hon. George F. Hoar, LL.D., U.S. Senator, selected him for private secretary, which position he filled acceptably. He studied law and is in practice in Boston, residing at South Framingham. Has served on important commissions and boards in Massachusetts, and filled offices of trust in the town of Framingham. Has done most disinterested and capable work as secretary and treasurer of the committee for the preparation and publication of this genealogy" MERRIAM, John Mckinstry (I5747)
67 "In business as a dealer in investment securities..." MERRIAM, James Fiske (I6029)
68 "Levi attended the grammar school and high school in Lowell until the age of fifteen, when he began his business life with a china and glass dealer in Lowell, and from that time on he was never an expense to his father. He was an honest, straight-forward and energetic lad, and soon became chief assistant to his employer; remained with him until he retired from business and then entered the service of J.C. Ayer, of Lowell, for whom he travelled all over the United States several times, making contracts with the newspapers for advertisements.
In September, 1888, Mr. Merriam contracted a severe chill while watching the construction of the cottages at Brantham. In October, he sufffciently recovered to go, accompanied by his wife and daughter, to Nervi in Italy. Here, however, complications ensued, and he became seriously ill, so that early in December his son in London was telegraphed for. On his arrival a family council was held, and as Mr. Merriam wished strongly to go home, it was decided to make the attempt in spite of the doctor's advice. The journey was successful. Mr. Merriam reached home, if anything, better than when he left Italy, but nevertheless, his time had come, and about two weeks later, on the second of January, 1889, he passed away very peacefully in the presence of his loved ones." 
MERRIAM, Levi Parsons (I5716)
69 "Mr. Best was the first to reduce the local language in writing" BEST, Jacob (I14530)
70 "Now I can only tell little things of Grandma Huldah Botsford but she read the Bible through each time she nursed her babies, reading it out loud. She was so anxious for their religious welfare she spent much time in prayer. And many times she would leave her work and go across the lot to Aunt Betsey to have a word of prayer with her in regard to their children. We have beautiful letters she wrote in 1820...... During her last sickness all her anxiety was that her children might become useful Christian men and women of which there were six at that time."

Excerpt from a letter fron Annie Pierce Haviland to her son. 
MERRIAM, Huldah (I11743)
71 "PERREGRINE MAITLAND GROVER - Notes compiled by: Kit Cutting

Perregrine Maitland Grover - generally known to his many friends and associates simply as "P.M." - was born in Grafton, Ontario, CANADA, a small community in the southern part of Northumberland County, in 1817. He was a son of John Grover, a Major in the Militia, and Marry Merriam, both of whom were of staunch U.E. Loyalist families and had come to Canada from the town of Grafton in the state of Massachussetts, U.S.A., and settled in the newly formed township.

During his early manhood, P.M. moved about a great deal in the new country, gaining a knowledge of the people and conditions that was to become of vast importance to him in later years. About 1842, he settled in the young town of Peterborough where he entered into partnership with James Foley, who, a short time later, became his brother-in-law. The firm of Grover & Foley, originally a real "general" store, included a lumber yard, a similar branch of the business in the hamlet of Keene, as well as the small store of James Foley, located in Norwood, which had been opened in 1837.

In 1846, Mr. Grover married Harriet Maria Keeler, a daughter of the original founder of our fair village. Shortly thereafter, the Keeler and Grover interests were united and the firm of Grover & Foley was dissolved, both men finding it necessary to return to Norwood where a rapidly expanding community demanded their full attention. Soon after merging of the Keeler - Grover interests, systematic planning and surveying was undertaken for the establishment of the village, which did not fully materialize for many years thereafter.

Mr. Grover was a man of many talents and widely diversified interests, all of them pertaining to the advancement and welfare of his chosen community. About 1850, he built "Balsam Farm Home" amid the rolling acres which were under his control and management. The home is still standing and, although showing the ravages of time and the relentless elements, is today a beautiful spot on the northeasterly side of Mill Street. It was here too, that the family were born and reared.

In 1860, P.M. was elected as Reeve of the Township of Asphodel and served in that capacity until the end of 1866, and in the election of Warden of the County early in 1867, he was elected to that position, which he also held for the succeeding year. In 1867, Mr. Grover entered into the political field as a Conservative candidate for Federal honours and defeated his opponent, James Anderson, by a vote of 956 to 644, thus becoming the representative of this area in the First Parliament of Canada after Confederation. He was re-elected to the second Parliament in 1872, defeating his opponent, Evans Ingraham of Otonabee, by a majority of 48 votes. Those two victories are a plain indication of the esteem in which he was held, together with his personal interest in local affairs. His manifesto to the electors prior to the second election is concrete evidence that he was a statesman rather than an ordinary politician, catering to his constituents alone.

Notes for Perregrine Maitland GROVER: The biographical sketch is taken from "The Friendly Town 1821 - 1963" by R.A. Dean, a Centennial Project (1967) of the Village of Norwood, p. 172-175: 
GROVER, Peregrine Maitland (I3128)
72 "SAMUEL MERRIAM was an early settler and a miller at the North Mills, or "Merriam's Mills", as they were called; he operated the mills and also had charge of BARRETT'S distillery at that point; he lived on Cottage Street and died there in 1867" MERRIAM, Samuel (I5424)
73 "She organized with others the Randolph Ladies' Domestic Association; taught pencil drawing and singing classes, and also taught a class in the Sunday School" ADAMS, Sarah (I8871)
74 "Ted" Merriam was from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, a cow buster and a rough rider. He rode in many stampede shows held in Cochin and sundry villages.

Note by: Kit Cutting 
MERRIAM, Edward James (I2672)
75 "TUDELEY, where the family was found in 1598, and where Joseph resided at the time of his father's death, is a little hamlet close by the town of Tonbridge and only a short distance from the famous watering-place of Tunbridge Wells; indeed, the medicinal waters come out through the rocks here as they do at the celebrated town..." MERRIAM, William (I4381)
76 "We learn that "one of the daughters married, Oct. 5, 1880, Harry W. Hobson, druggist, of Willard, Ont." (Pope book). Family F1475
77 "Went in 1860 and again in 1887 to the West Coast of Africa as a missionary, and barely escaped with her life. Wrote after her return "Home Life in Africa", whose profits went toward educating a native for the ministry. Was afterwards educated in bibliography by Dr. Ezra Abbott of Harvard College Library; prepared the well-known Quincy catalogue, the Prince catalogue, and those of the Minnesota History Society, Middlebury college; and others. Later she has done much work in home and city missions. Has been gathering information about the Merriam family for a long time, and has most liberally placed all her valuable collection at the service of the editor of this work." (C.H. Pope) MERRIAM, Mary Bates (I14318)
78 "When the alarm was given in Concord that the British soldiers were coming, Josiah Meriam, with his sons Josiah, Jr., and Timothy, went to the village, and were later among the forces at the North Bridge, and probably crossed the meadows and appeared again at the encounter near the house. Joseph, Josiah's youngest son, then seven years old, remained at home, as he always said, 'to take care of the women', and soon went with them to a place of refuge behind the hill. The British soldiers entered the house, helped themselves to whatever breakfast they could find, taking the unbaked pies from the oven..." MERRIAM, Josiah (I5236)
79 # 115 in Wheeler genealogy WHEELER, Noah (I4776)
80 # 216 in Wheeler Genealogy WHEELER, Cyrus (I80250)
81 # 45 in Wheeler genealogy WHEELER, Francis (I9407)
82 # 547 in Wheeler Genealogy WHEELER, William (I80427)
83 # 575 in Wheeler Genealogy WHEELER, George Francis (I80651)
84 #202 in Wheeler Genealogy WHEELER, Ephraim (I80638)
85 #23 in Wheeler genealogy. WHEELER, Deacon Edward (I4770)
86 #374 in Wheeler Genealogy WHEELER, Ephraim (I80640)
87 #376 in Wheeler Genealogy WHEELER, Sally or Sarah (I80764)
88 #555 in Wheeler Genealogy  WHEELER, Richard Rice (I80498)
89 (1) Chester Merriam from the USA and Mrs Merriam, formerly Deborah Salis from England, lived in Dalroy District from 1910 to 1940, when they moved to Calgary, Alberta. Mr Merriam did not farm as he was always in poor health. At first they lived at the northeast corner 1/4, 34/24, but later moved to the house on Homer Owens' land, northwest 1/3, 34/24. Their children, who attended Albertson School, were Elsie ( Mrs Robert McNeil) and Albert, Lawrence, Wilfred, Edward and Douglas.

(2) Was a market gardener in Meota, Alberta (? check with Kit Cutting - reference to Deborah?)

SOURCE: Saddles, Sleighs and Sadirons Publication Information Chestermere Historical Society Chestermere, Alberta - 1971, page 190

Notes compiled by: Kit Cutting 
MERRIAM, Chester Leo (I1729)
90 (a founder of) IVES, Captain John (I11477)
91 (Called UPPER CANADA at time of birth) SPARROW, Margaret (I1211)
92 (for the railroad). PUGSLEY, Frederick Locksley (I15083)
93 (Research):Please note: Further research is needed on this line because the Pope book does not go down to the line of Mr. William Sumner Appleton, it only makes reference to his being the grandchild of Mary Adams and Isaac Appleton (Pope book, page 57). APPLETON, Isaac (I4498)

Cramahe was incorporated as a township in 1850. In 1858, the village of COLBORNE seceded from the municipality as a separate township. In 2001, the two municipalities were re-amalgamated to form an expanded Township of Cramahe. (SOURCE: Wikipedia on Internet) 
STEELE, Richard Clarke (I4171)
95 (UPPER CANADA) MERRIAM, George Edward Grover (I141)
96 (UPPER CANADA) SMITH, Margaret (I144)
97 (UPPER CANADA) TWEED, Diantha Ann (I401)
98 (UPPER CANADA) MERRIAM, Mary Ann Maria (I951)
99 (UPPER CANADA) ALLEN, Clarissa (I1168)
100 (UPPER CANADA) MILLER, Francis Lydia Bowes (I1169)

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