Leaving Lincolnshire – In Chains

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Leaving Lincolnshire – In Chains by David Porter recounts the trial and conviction of a man transported to Australia for a petty crime, leaving his sons fatherless. Their subsequent migration to Canada turned disaster to triumph. Some descendants indicated in the index migrated to and settled in Elgin County, Ontario. Copies of the book are available from the publisher – email – burningambitionpublications@gmail.com

LEAVING LINCOLSHIRE – IN CHAINS

INDEX
(Illustrations denoted by italics. Number followed by f or ff indicates references
continue on following page or pages)
Adelaide Township, Ontario 118
Adey, Will 114
Admiralty, The 86
Adrian, Michigan, USA 157
Oakwood Cemetery 157
Albany, NY, USA 132
Aldborough Township, Elgin County,
Ontario 168
Alexander, Arthur 170, 171
Alexander, R. 170, 171
Allan Line 173
American War of Independence 11f,
Anderson, Fred 15
Arnold, Esther 140
Arnold, William 140
Ashley-Cooper, Anthony, 7th Earl of
Shaftesbury 146, 147
Ashwell, William 142
Augur, Joseph 181
Australian Agricultural Company (AA
Company) 105ff, 106, 175
Aylmer, Ontario 154, 156f, 161, 172ff
Aylmer Express 153f, 166, 172
Aylmer High School 168ff, 170. 171
Ballah, Sarah 170, 171
Bank of England 29, 106
Barber, Kate 170, 171
Barnardo, Dr Thomas John 147f
Barnardo’s Home, Stepney 148, 149f
Barnum, Harold 170, 171
Barrett, Jessie 170, 171
Baston, Lincs 163
Bateson, Charles 88
Baxter, Lieutenant 85
Bayham Township, Ontario 156
Beasley, John 71
Beck, John 181
Beemer, Elizabeth 152
Beeston, Beds 52
Bell, Dr Thomas 85-95, 181ff
Benner, T.W. 166
Bentham, Yorks 42
Bigelow, Loring 167
Billingborough, Lincs 71
Bingham, Flossie 170, 171
Bingham, Jennie 170, 171
Blackburn, Lancs 164
Bombay, India 88
Boston, Lincs 44, 114, 136, 151
Bosworth, Jerry 170, 171
Bourne/Bourn, Lincs 44, 47, 50, 54, 56,
63, 70f, 77, 97f, 103f, 136, 138, 141,
144f, 151, 177
Abbey Church 40
Baptist Church 99
Market 55, 63
Poor Law Union 101
Town Hall 53
Union Workhouse 98, 101
Bowder, Robert 58f, 63, 67
Bowen, Almira see Almira Porter
Bowen, Andrew 155f
Bowen, John 154
Bowlby, Mary Ann see Mary Ann Porter
Bowlby, Samuel 144
Brighty, Helen 170, 171
Brighty, Mary 170, 171
Bristol 88
Brocklesby, William 75, 80
Bromhead, Sir Edward French 75
Brothwell, Turner 71
Brown, Cora 170, 171
Brown, Gordon, British PM 146
Buffalo, NY, USA 132, 152, 178
Bugg, George 71
Burgess, Mattie 170, 171
Burgess, John 170, 171
Cabbage Hill Wood, Lincs 45, 46, 60
191
California, USA 159
Cambridge, Pembroke College 42, 56
Cambridgeshire, England 112
Cameron, K. 170, 171
Canada
Canada West 121, 128f, 132, 139,
152
Canadian Army, 168th Battalion
(Tillsonburg) 160
Lower Canada 129, 130
Upper Canada 117f, 121, 123, 129,
130, 152
Canterbury, Kent 112, 115
Canton, Michigan 168
Cardwell Reforms, 1871 27
Careby, Lincs 13, 42, 71
Carlile, Richard 29
Castle Bytham, Lincs 5, 6, 9, 11, 13f,
33, 38-42, 45, 47, 51f, 54,58, 59, 63-
66, 71, 98, 151, 167f, 169, 171f
St James Church 5, 6, 43, 101
Dobhill Close 45, 60, 67
Methodist Church 41
Catlin, Henry 52
Cattermole, William 122, 129, 132
Cawthorpe, Lincs 71
Chadwick, Owen 30
Chaplin, Revd Edward 75
Chapman, Thomas 71
Chatham, Kent 85, 89
Child Migrants Programme 146
Clark, Nettie 170, 171
Closs, Frank 170, 171
Cluff, Robert 35
Clutton, Will 170, 171
Coal Mines Act (1842) 147
Cohoon, Ida 170, 171
Colchester, Essex 122
Corinth, Ontario 149, 158
Corn Laws 26
Counthorpe, Lincs 13f, 39f, 45, 47f, 50,
52, 63, 97-100, 99, 151, 163, 174
Crane, James 170, 171
Crawford, Nellie 170, 171
Crosby, Inez see Inez Porter
Dancey, John 170, 171
Darling, Mrs Jane see Jane Porter
Darling, Thomas 136, 137, 139, 140
Davenport, Charles 170, 171
Deal, Kent 88
Deeping Fen, Lincs 98, 151
Deeping St James, Lincs 115
Defence, prison hulk 84
DeRenzey, Alex 170, 171
DeRenzey, Daisy 170, 171
Derricourt, William 83f
Detroit, Michigan, USA 157, 159, 178
Disher, Bartholomew 152
Disher, Elizabeth (née Beemer) 152
Disher, Rosanna see Rosanna Porter
Disher, William 152
Domesday Book 13f, 37
Dorchester Union Cemetery, Ontario
156
Dranfrot, Francis 71
Duggan, Annie Elizabeth, see Annie
Elizabeth Porter
Duggan, Doris Annie 159, 160
Duggan, Grace Alice 159, 160
Duggan, John Alexander 159, 160
Duggan, Margaret May 159
Duggan, Mary Disher 160
Duggan, Neva Estella 159, 160
Duggan, William 159, 160
Dunboyne, Elgin County, Ontario 168
Dunboyne Cemetery 171
Durance, Mary see Mary Porter
Durance, William 32
Dyke, Lincs 71
East Anglia 111
East India Company 29, 106
Edenham, Lincs 42, 71
Edge, Grace 164
Edge, Herbert 164
Edison, Annie 170, 171
Edward, 406-ton vessel 85
Eldret, Edward 71
192
Elgin County, Canada West 135ff, 139,
140, 142, 144f, 152f, 160f, 168, 173,
178
Elgin County Land Records 144, 152
Eliza, 538-ton vessel 85
Elliott, Wilmot 170, 171
Enclosure Movement/Acts 12, 20, 38
Erie Canal, USA 132f, 133, 152
Essex, England 23, 90
Established Church 26, 28f
Factory Reform Acts (1847, 1850,
1859) 147
Farrow, Mary (née Thimbleby) 98
Farrow, Thomas 98
Faulds, Mary 170, 171
Fisher, John 103, 137, 144
Fisher, Mary see Mary Porter
Five Stakes see Talbotville
Flagg, Elva see Elva Porter
Folkingham House of Correction 39, 50,
51, 57, 75, 77f, 80, 97
Forbes, William 80
Fortitude, prison hulk 85, 89
Foster, Ensign 85
Foster, Revd Thomas 34
French Wars of Religion 112
French Revolution 11, 29
Gale, Elizabeth, see Elizabeth Porter
Gale, Eva Mae see Stockwell
Gale, John Cook 167f, 172
Ganymede, prison hulk 85, 89
Glasgow, Scotland 173
Glencolin, Trinity Methodist Church
153
Gloucester Flats, NSW 106
Gosberton,Lincs 98, 141, 142, 144
Gould, James 71
Great Lakes 129, 132
Greenock, Scotland 173
Greenwich Heritage Centre Collection
83
Griffiths, Thomas 181
Grovesend, Ontario 158
Guelph, Ontario 166, 169
Gundry, Arthur 170, 171
Gundy, Joe 170, 171
Hacconby, Lincs 71
Haddon, Henry 114
Halford, Mary see Mary Porter
Halifax, Nova Scotia 148
Hammond, Clara 170, 171
Hansley, Harriet see Harriet Porter
Hare, Hattie 170, 171
Harp, Mary 85f, 181
Hawker, Admiral n 93
Heathcote, Gilbert A.F. 13f
Heathcote, Sir Gilbert John, Bt MP 13f,
44, 56, 58, 74
Heberden, William 187
Heckington, Lincs 33
Hoag, George 170, 171
Hodson, George 62, 98
Hodson, Jane see Jane Porter
Hodson, Mary 47, 49, 50, 53, 62, 65f,
72, 98
Holland, Lincs 11
Hollingsworth, Robert 152
Holmes, Winnie 170, 171
Holtby, Bessie Ann see Bessie Ann
Porter
Holtby, John 149
Holton, Adolphus 86, 88
Holywell, Lincs 13f, 43
Honiton, Devon 112
Hopkins, Nina 170, 171
Hopkinson, Elizabeth 43
Hopkinson, Henry 42f
Hopkinson, Katherine (w. of W.
Tennant) 2, 45, 72
Hopkinson, Samuel Edward 39, 42
Hopkinson, Thomas William 72
Hopkinson, William 43
Hodgekin, Edmund 57
Horbling, Lincs 71
Hotchkin, Mr S. 55
Hudson River 132
Huguenots 40, 110ff, 114
Hughes, Edwin 181, 186 193
Hume, Wallie 170, 171
Hunt, John 71
Hunt, E. 170, 171
Hunter, Thomas 181
Hylson-Smith, Kenneth 28, 30, 59
Ipswich, Suffolk 122
Ireland/Irish 109, 112, 123
Isle of Ely, Cambs 114
Islington, London 150
Jackson, Joseph 150
Jamestown, Virginia, USA 109, 121
Johnson family 109
Johnson, Revd Charles Woolsey 34
Johnson, Major General William
Augustus 44, 56, 58, 74
Johnson, Thomas 181
Jones, Walter 170, 171
Jones, Charles L. 168
Jones, Elizabeth Porter Gale see
Elizabeth Porter
Jones, Ida 170, 171
Justitia, prison hulk 80, 82f, 85, 89, 104
Karuah Valley, NSW 106
Kelley, Henry 170, 171
Kensington, steamship 148, 149
Kent, England 25
Kesteven, Lincs 11, 12, 50, 53, 58, 77
Quarter Sessions 50, 56f, 60-75
Kilmer, E.E.C. 170, 171
Kilmer, William 170, 171
King, John 104
King’s Lynn, Norfolk 114
Kingston, Ontario 131
Kirkby Underwood, Lincs 57, 71
Lafferty, Jessie 161
Lake Ontario 131, 133
Lakeview, Ontario 158
Lancashire, England 164, 177
Langtoft, Lincs 34
LaRue, Burton 170, 171
Laur, Clifton 170, 171
Lawler, Flossie see Flossie Porter
Lawler, Bessie 158
Lawler, John 148, 149, 158
Lay, Levi 71
Lees, Belle 170, 171
Leeson, Mary 170, 171
Legacy, Matilda 156
Leeson, Olive 170, 171
Leverton, William 71
Lincoln Chronicle 55, 57
Lincoln, Lincs 4. 43f
Lincoln, Bishop, Dean and Chapter
13f
Lincoln Castle 57, 75, 78-81, 79, 81,
97
Lincolnshire, England 4, 11ff, 25, 38,
44, 79f, 111ff, 113
Lincolnshire Archives 38f, 43, 50, 54,
115
Lindsey, Lincs 11
Linney, Richard 71
Little Bytham, Lincs 13, 42
Little Marsden, Nelson, Lancs 164
Livermore, Joseph 128
Liverpool, Port of 121, 123ff, 127, 132,
138, 148, 152, 173
Lloyds Register (of shipping) 88, 128
Lockport, NY, USA 132f
Logan, W. 170, 171
London, Ontario 140
Londonderry, Ireland 173
Loucks, Emily, see Emily Porter
Loucks, George W. 169
Loucks, Roy Nelson 169
Loucks, Russell Frederick 169
Loucks, Vernon 169
Lound, Lincs 33, 37ff, 44, 47, 49, 54,
67, 101, 103, 138, 145
Lound Feast Day 47f, 50, 62f, 101,
103
Manor House Farm 37
Low Countries 112
Luton, Frankie 170, 171
Luton, Ormiston 170, 171
Luton, Cecil R. 170, 171
Maile, Matthew Edis 75
Maitland Mercury 108 194
Malahide Township, Ontario 152, 154,
166, 168
Mann, Kate 170, 171
Mann, John 170, 171
Manthorpe, Lincs 44
March, William 71
Marr, Florence 170, 171
Mary Ann III, 394-ton barque 88
Marylebone, London 148
Massachusetts, USA 157
Mayflower 121
McAlpine, Annie 170, 171
McCreadie, Etta 170, 171
McDonald, Allan 170, 171
McGregor, – 170, 171
McIntosh, Wilfred 170, 171
McLachlan, Becca 170, 171
McNally, Hattie 170, 171
Mercantile Act (1865) 128
Merilion/Merillion/Morillion family
114
Merilion, Abraham 114
Merilion, Amy/Amey 40, 97, 110, 114f
Merilion, Hannah 114f
Merilion, Isaac 114f
Merilion, Zachariah 114f
Methodists 41, 139, 153, 168f
Michigan, USA 157, 163, 165, 167, 178
Miller, Grace 170, 171
Miller, Louise 170, 171
Miller, Hincks 170, 171
Milson, Alfred 114
Montreal, Canada 130f
Moore, Nellie 170, 171
Mosa Township, Ontario 118
Moulton, Lincs 136
Mount Elgin, Ontario 158
Mount Stewart, 611-ton convict ship 88
Moysey, Thomas 53-8, 74f, 77f, 80,83
Murray District, NSW 104
Murray, Helen R. 170, 171
Murray River, NSW 104
Muskoka, Ontario 161
Musson, Joseph 39
National Archives, Kew 43, 86, 89
Nene, River 114
Netherlands, The 112
New Jersey, USA 152, 160
New Orleans, USA 128
New Sleaford, Lincs 70
New South Wales, Australia 80, 86f,
93, 101, 104f, 108, 136, 151
Penal Colony 8, 77, 176
New York, USA 122f, 123, 126, 128,
132, 152
New York Port Authority 128, 132,
138
Niagara of New York, clipper ship
127ff, 174
Niagara River 133, 152
Nightingale, Charlotte see Charlotte
Porter
Nightingale, William 37
Norsemen 109ff
Northamptonshire, England 44
Northrup, Florence 170, 171
Northumbria 111
Old Sarum, Wilts 26
Oldham, Lancs 44
Olds, Edward Judson 159
Olds, Ethel Edna 159
Olds, Mary Jane, see Mary Jane Porter
Ontario, Canada 118, 121, 128, 131,
152
Oswaldtwistle, Rock Tavern 165
Ouse, River 114
Oxford County, Ontario 158
Paris, France 112
Partlow, George 170, 171
Passenger Act (1855) 126
Peacock, George Edward 95
Pell, Philip 99ff, 163
Pell, Suzanna 99
Pero, Jessie 170, 171
Peruvian, ship 168, 173
Petworth Project 16, 117f
Pickering, Joseph 123ff, 132
Pitts, Thomas 72
Plymouth, Mass., USA 121 195
Poor Law 31
Poor Law Amendment Act (1834) 116
Port Jackson (Sydney), NSW 86f
Port of London 88
Port Stanley, Ontario 118, 140
Port Stephens, NSW 106ff
Porter family 17, 25f, 38, 40, 176ff
Porter, Almira (d. of John 1823-1911;
w. of W. Roloson, A. Bowen ) 155,
156
Porter, Ann (b.1768-1843; d.of John
1736-1806; w. of Robert Cluff) 34, 35
Porter, Ann, née Thimbleby (1799-
1876; w. of convict) 10, 33, 40f, 46,
49 54f, 62, 64f, 97, 99ff, 109
Porter, Ann (b.1865, d.1865/6; d. of
Frederick) 171
Porter, Annie Elizabeth (d. of John
1823-1911; w. of W. Duggan) 155,
159, 160
Porter, Annie Constance (1873-4, d. of
Frederick) 172
Porter, Arthur Graham 160
Porter, Bessie Ann née Holtby (w. of
Frederick b. 1868) 158
Porter, Charles (d. 1840, s. of convict)
10, 40, 97, 163
Porter, Charles (s. of John 1823-1911)
155, 160, 161, 174
Porter, Charlotte, née Nightingale
(w. of John 1763-1837) 33, 35, 37,
39, 48f, 67, 137, 101ff, 136f, 145,
151, 153, 163
Porter, Charlotte Nightingale (convict’s
sister) 102
Porter, Clarence Augustus 158
Porter, Claude 157
Porter, Elizabeth (d.1757; w. of John
b.1706) 32ff
Porter, Elizabeth (1763-4; d. of John
1736-1806) 35
Porter, Elizabeth (d. of Frederick; w. of
J. Gale, C. Jones) 163ff, 166ff, 168,
169, 172
Porter, Elva, née Flagg 160
Porter, Emily (d. of Frederick, w. of
G.W. Loucks) 164, 166, 168, 169,
172, 173f
Porter, Emily Elizabeth (d. of Thomas
Hodson Porter) 171, 173f,
Porter, Florence May (d. of John 1823-
1911) 155, 157
Porter, Flossie (b.1896; w. of J. Lawler)
149, 158
Porter, Francis (b.1708) 32
Porter, Francis (b.1710) 32
Porter, Francis (Fras) 35
Porter, Frederick (1833-1903; s. of
convict) 6f, 9, 10, 41, 51, 98, 100,
122, 136, 145, 160, 163ff, 172f, 174,
177
Porter, Frederick (s. of John 1823-
1911) 155, 158, 174
Porter, Grace, née Edge (w. of
Frederick)
164
Porter, George (1826-c.1860; s. of
convict) 10, 40, 97f, 122, 136, 137,
141-5, 160, 163ff, 172ff, 174, 177
Porter, George (s. of Frederick) 164,
165, 171
Porter, George Frederick 169
Porter, Harriet née Hansley (w. of T.
H. Porter) 168, 169
Porter, Hazel Irene 158
Porter, Inez, née Crosby (wife of John
George) 33, 156, 157
Porter, Jane (1807-77; sister of convict;
w. of H. Shaw; S. Pye, T. Darling)
98, 102f, 136,137, 138, 140, 142f,
145, 154, 165
Porter, Jane née Hodson (w. of
Frederick)
163, 167
Porter, John (d.1739) 32, 33
Porter, John (b.1706) 32, 33
Porter, John (1736-1806) 32,33,34, 35, 36, 53 196
Porter, John (1763-1837) 33, 34, 35, 37,
39, 48f, 67, 101ff, 136, 137
Porter, John (1799-after 1846 , convict;
h. of A. Thimbleby) 8, 10, 12, 23, 33,
34, 39ff, 46-51, 53-8, 61-70, 73-5,
77-80, 83, 87, 98, 101f, 104, 107-10,
115, 137, 138, 151, 153, 163, 175ff,
185
Porter, John (1823-1911) 33, 97f, 122,
127f, 132, 135ff, 137, 140-4, 148,
151ff, 155, 156, 162, 164, 166, 168,
172ff, 180
Porter, John George (1865-1956; s. of
John 1823-1911) 33, 155, 156, 157,
174
Porter, Malou Louise (Lou) (d. of John
1823-1911, w. of J.R. Young) 155,
161, 162
Porter, Mary (1736-1820; w. of W.
Durance) 32
Porter, Mary née Smith (1736-1820; w.
of John 1736-1806) 32, 33, 34, 35, 85
Porter, Mary (1760-1829; d.of John
1736-1806; w of Robert Turnill) 34,
35
Porter, Mary, née Halford (w. of
Robert) 35
Porter, Mary (1803-1889; w. of J.
Fisher) 102f, 136, 137, 138, 144f
Porter, Mary Ann née Bowlby (wife of
George) 144
Porter, Mary Ann (d. of Frederick) 168
Porter, Mary Jane (Jennie) (d. of John
1823-1911; w. of E.J. Olds) 155,159
Porter, Myrtle Olive 158
Porter, Robert (1776-1825; s. of John
1736-1806) 34, 35, 36ff, 53f
Porter, Robert (1809-91; brother of
convict) 102, 103
Porter, Robert William 158
Porter, Rosanna, née Disher (wife of
John 1823-1911) 33, 143, 152, 155,
156, 158, 160
Porter, Samuel (b.1713) 32
Porter, Thomas (1816-87; brother of
convict) 102, 103
Porter, Thomas (baptized 1780) 34
Porter, Thomas Edward (s. of
Frederick) 158, 164, 166, 171, 177
Porter, Thomas Hodson 164, 166, 168,
170, 171, 171, 172, 173, 177
Porter, William (1805-71; brother of
convict) 102, 103
Porter, William Hewit 169
Portland, Maine, USA 148
Portsea, 451-ton barque 85
Poustie, George 170, 171
Prescott, Canada 130
Pretty, John 45, 49, 60, 69
Prince George, ship 85ff, 89, 95, 108,
182
Pye, John (brother of Samuel) 144
Pye, Samuel 136, 137, 138f, 140, 142,
144f
Quadring, Lincs 103, 136, 141f
Quakers 139
Quebec, Canada 126, 173
Queen’s Own Rifles 161
Quincey, John 71
Ragged Schools 147
Reform Acts (1832, 1867, 1884) 26f, 29
Reynardson, Ann 43
Reynardson, Jemima 43
Reynardson, Lieut.General Thomas
Birch 14, 43f, 47, 49f, 59-68
Reynardson, Mrs 59
Rideau Canal, Canada 130f, 131
Riley, John 181
Rippingale, Lincs 55
Robins, Walter 170, 171
Robinson, Thomas (married Mrs
Spridgen) 52
Robinson, Thomas (their son) 52, 58
Roloson, Almira seeAlmira Porter
Roloson, Ida May (w. of H. Ward) 150
Roloson, William (h. of Almira) 155,
156
Roloson, William (their son) 156
Roman Catholics 112
Romulus, Michigan 167
Ruckle, Lilia 170, 171
Rudd, Kevin, Australian PM 146
Russell, William H. 127
Rutherford, W.W. 170, 171
Rutland, County of 13
Sanderson, Herman 170, 171
Sandtoft, Lincs 112, 115
Savage, Nicholas 114
Scott, William D. 170, 171
Settlement Act (1662) 115
Shaftesbury, Lord see Ashley-Cooper
Shaftesbury Society 148ff
Shaw, Henry 136,137, 142
Sheerness, Kent 85f, 89
Sherwin, William 29
Sibsey, Lincs 151
Silver, Harold 147
Simcoe, Ontario 154
Simpson, Emma 170, 171
Sleaford, Lincs 80
Smith, Earl Cecil 157
Smith, Florence May see Florence
Porter
Smith, George (alias of Samuel Pye)
145
Smith, Helen Marion 157
Smith, Hubert Ivor 157
Smith, Mabel Irene 157
Smith, Captain Martin 127f
Smith, Richard 71
Smith, Samuel Dohorty 157
Smith’s Canadian Gazetteer 138
Sockett, Revd Thomas 117
Soldier’s Point, NSW 107
South Shields, Tyneside 88
Southworld Township, Elgin County,
Ontario 118, 138, 144, 154
Sowler, Alex 170, 171
Sparta, Yarmouth Township, Ontario
144, 152, 154
Sparta Friends’ Burial Ground 139
Sparta Hotel 143
Spencer, Bruce 37
Spridgen, Mary Alice (later Mrs
Robinson) 47, 49-52, 61, 64ff, 69, 72,
98
Spridgen, James 61
Spridgen, Sarah 98
Spridgen, Thomas 98
Springfield, Ontario 149, 158
Springfield Cemetery 158
St Lawrence River 129
St Lawrence Seaway Project 131
St Thomas, Ontario 138, 140, 144
St Thomas Journal 171
Stafford, Nettie 170, 171
Stamford, Lincs 44
Stamford and Rutland General
Infirmary 167
Steel, Thomas 40, 49f, 54, 62f, 68f, 72
Steele, May Belle 170, 171
Stockwell, Eva Mae née Gale 167
Stockwell, Everett 168
Stockwell, Gale E. 168
Stokes, John 71
Staffordville Cemetery, Ontario 156
Summers Corners, Ontario 142, 152,
158f, 173
Burdick Cemetery 159, 174
Superior, Washtenaw Co., Michigan
167
Swing Riots 25f, 29
Swinstead, Lincs 48, 71
Sydney, NSW 23, 86, 88, 95
Talbot Road/Street, Ontario 138f, 154,
166
Talbotville/Talbotville Royal (formerly
Five Stakes), Southwold Township,
Ontario 136, 138ff, 142, 143f
Tasmania see Van Diemen’s Land
Taylor, Herman 158
Taylor, Robert 29
Taylor, Sarah Edna 158
Tennant, Katherine, see Katherine
Hopkinson
198
Tennant, Revd William 5f, 8, 13f, 41ff,
46f, 49-73, 98f, 101, 151
Thacker, Sidney 170, 171
Thames, River 58, 81-6, 97, 148
Thames, 366-ton vessel 85
Thimbleby, Amy see Amy Merilion
Thimbleby, Ann see Ann Porter
Thimbleby, William 40, 97
Thorney, Cambridgeshire 112, 114f
Timmins, Ontario 161
Toft, Lincs 33, 35 36, 37ff, 43, 53, 55
Old Butchers Arms 36
Torbay, Devon 86
Tories 29f
Trafalgar, Battle of 16
Turnill, Robert 35
Tyneside, England 88
Ulster 109
Unite, hospital ship 84
United States of America 15f, 121f,
127, 128
Van Horn, Mr, grocer, Albany, USA
132
Van Dieman’s Land (Tasmania) 52, 77,
87
Vermuyden, Cornelius 112
Victoria, Australia 93, 105
Virginia, USA 146
Wade, John 29
Walker, John 52
Ward, Henry 150, 155, 156
Ward, William Edward 156
Ward, Ida May, see Ida May Roloson
Wash, The 112, 113, 114
Welland, River 114
Wheelwright, Revd Charles Althorpe 14
White, Revd J.T. 153
White, Lulu 170, 171
White, Frank 170, 171
Whitecroft, Cora Beatrice
Wickett, Mabel 170, 171
Wickett, Maud 170, 171
Willets, George 23, 90, 181
Williams, A.E. 148
Williams, Captain 77
Wills, George 181, 187
Windsor, Ontario 157
Victoria Memorial Park Cemetery
157
Witham on the Hill, Lincs 11f, 32f,
37–44, 47f, 56, 101, 109, 115, 151
Overseers of the Poor 39
St Andrew’s Chruch 31, 35, 151
Witham River 114
Woodcock, Charles 72
Woodstock, Ontario 169
Woolwich, Bell Watergate
Woolwich 80, 82, 83, 89
Arsenal 83f
Bell Watergate 83
Wrangle, Lincs 168
Wyndham, George O’Brien, 3rd Earl of
Egremont 118
Yarmouth Township, Ontario 118
York (later Toronto), Ontario 118, 133
Young, Gordon 161, 162
Young, Helen 162
Young, Jessie see Jessie Lafferty
Young, John Michael Gordon 162
Young, John R. 161, 162
Young, Malou Louise see Porter
Young, Robert Kenneth 162
Youngstown, NY 133
Ypsilanti, Michigan 157, 166f, 169
Highland Cemetery 168