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Elma Masie Freeborn

Female 1914 - 1998  (84 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Elma Masie Freeborn was born 5 Apr 1914, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada (daughter of Elmina Eaton); died 6 Jul 1998, Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried 9 Jul 1998, Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

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    • Autosomal DNA : Ancestry DNA Test
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    • Find-a-Grave Link: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/86221064
    • Baptism: 17 Jul 1926, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Will and Last Testament: 30 Aug 1976, Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

    Notes:

    Autosomal DNA :
    Testing supports the connection to ancestors John Edwin Eaton (1773 - 1873) and his wife Catherine VanDuzen (1786 - 1874). For details see source(s) below.

    Autosomal DNA :
    Testing supports the connection to ancestors Samuel Sutton (1782 - 1879) and his wife Elizabeth Slater ( - bef 1871). For details see source(s) below.

    Baptism:
    Christened at the Eaton reunion in Carlisle in 1926.

    Will and Last Testament:
    Pearson, Flynn, Sturdy, Martin

    Buried:
    Buried in Section C.

    Elma married William Henry Orton Lake 31 Aug 1935, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. William (son of William Henry Lake and Margaret Eliza Key) was born 21 Sep 1910, Preston/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died 20 Mar 1992, Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried 24 Mar 1992, Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. [Group Sheet]

    Notes:

    Married:
    Married in the United Church manse.

    Children:
    1. W.J. Lake
    2. M.A. Lake
    3. S.J. Lake

Generation: 2

  1. 3.  Elmina EatonElmina Eaton was born 2 Aug 1879, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada (daughter of Wesley Eaton); died 16 Aug 1950, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried 19 Aug 1950, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Ella Eaton
    • Occupation: housewife
    • Residence: Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Autosomal DNA : Ancestry DNA Test
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    • Find-a-Grave Link: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/92212400
    • Census: 1881, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1891, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Religion: 9 Dec 1905
    • Residence: 9 Dec 1905, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1911, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Residence: Dec 1939, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Religion: 1950

    Notes:

    (Medical):arteriosclerosis, chronic nephritris

    Birth:
    Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1911 about Elmina Eaton
    Name:Elmina Eaton
    Date of Birth:2 Aug 1879
    Gender:Female
    Birth County:Victoria [Waterloo]
    Father's name:Wesley Eaton
    Mother's name:Mary Ann Master
    Archives of Ontario Microfilm:MS929_41
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1911 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.

    Residence:
    She was a lifelong resident of Hespeler

    Autosomal DNA :
    Testing supports the connection to ancestors John Edwin Eaton (1773 - 1873) and his wife Catherine VanDuzen (1786 - 1874). For details see source(s) below.

    Autosomal DNA :
    Testing supports the connection to ancestors Samuel Sutton (1782 - 1879) and his wife Elizabeth Slater ( - bef 1871). For details see source(s) below.

    Census:
    Name: Elmina Eaton
    Gender: Female
    Age: 1
    Birth Year: 1880
    Birthplace: Ontario
    Religion: Methodist Church of Canada
    Nationality: English
    Province: Ontario
    District Number: 161
    District: Waterloo South
    Sub-District Number: C
    Subdistrict: Waterloo South
    Division: 2
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Wesley Eaton 42
    Mary Ann Eaton 31
    Iantha Eaton 9
    Herberth Eaton 7
    Violets Eaton 4
    Elmina Eaton 1
    Source Citation: Year: 1881;Census Place: Waterloo South, Waterloo South, Ontario, roll C_13264, Page: 21, Family No: 93.

    Census:
    Elmina was able to read and write. She was Methodist.

    Religion:
    Methodist

    Census:
    Name: Elmina Freebourne
    Gender: Female
    Marital Status: Married
    Age: 29
    Birth Date: Aug 1881
    Birthplace: Ontario
    Relation to Head of House: Wife
    Spouse's Name: James Freebourne
    Tribal: German
    Province: Ontario
    District: Waterloo South
    District Number: 131
    Sub-District: Hespeler
    Sub-District Number: 20
    Place of Habitation: Bergy St
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    James Freebourne 24
    Elmina Freebourne 29
    Morley Freebourne 4
    Source Citation: Year: 1911;Census Place: Hespeler, Waterloo South, Ontario. Page 25, Family No: 254.

    Religion:
    Hespeler United Church

    Buried:
    Buried in Section A.

    Funeral from the funeral home: Clergyman Rev. G. McFarlane
    Pallbearers; Fred Hutchings, Chas. Davis, Horace Shaw, Harry Fuller, Jas. D. Panabaker, Robert Rendall. - Galt Reporter Death Notice.

    Died:
    Died at Galt Street.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1928 about James Henry Freeborn
    Name: James Henry Freeborn
    Birth Place: Dundas Ont
    Age: 18
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1887
    Father Name: George Freeborn
    Mother Name: Lucy Mitson
    Spouse Name: Ella Eaton
    Spouse's Age: 25
    Spouse Birth Place: Hespeler Ont
    Spouse Father Name: Wesley Eaton
    Spouse Mother Name: Mary A Masters Eaton
    Marriage Date: 9 Dec 1905
    Marriage Location: Waterloo
    Marriage County: Waterloo
    Archives of Ontario Microfilm: MS932_120
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com and Genealogical Research Library (Brampton, Ontario, Canada). Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1928 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

    Married By:
    Rev. J. C. Antliff

    Marriage Witnesses:
    Melinda J. Brooks, Jane E. Antliff

    Children:
    1. Morley Neville Freeborn was born 22 Sep 1906, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died 22 Jun 1964, Kitchener, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    2. 1. Elma Masie Freeborn was born 5 Apr 1914, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died 6 Jul 1998, Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried 9 Jul 1998, Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    3. Ethel Ruth Freeborn was born Cal 17 Aug 1916, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died 23 Jul 1917, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried 25 Jul 1917, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.


Generation: 3

  1. 6.  Wesley Eaton was born 1 May 1838, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada (son of Anson Eaton and Loruhamah Sutton); died 23 Dec 1907, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

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    • Residence: Abt 1853, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Residence: 1861, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1871, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Residence: 29 Sep 1871, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Occupation: 24 Jul 1873; farmer
    • Occupation: 19 Sep 1875; farmer
    • Occupation: 23 Dec 1876; farmer
    • Residence: 1877, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Occupation: 2 Aug 1879; farmer
    • Residence: 1881, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; Con 2 Lot 7
    • Census: 1881, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Occupation: 9 Apr 1882; farmer
    • Occupation: 14 Oct 1885; farmer
    • Occupation: 13 Nov 1888; farmer
    • Census: 1891, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1901, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Occupation: 23 Dec 1907; farmer
    • Religion: 23 Dec 1907; Methodist

    Notes:

    (Medical):He was sick for 6 months.

    Autosomal DNA :
    Testing supports the connection to ancestors John Edwin Eaton (1773 - 1873) and his wife Catherine VanDuzen (1786 - 1874). For details see source(s) below.

    Autosomal DNA :
    Testing supports the connection to ancestors Samuel Sutton (1782 - 1879) and his wife Elizabeth Slater ( - bef 1871). For details see source(s) below.

    Residence:
    He lived on the farm adjoining The Corporation of Hespeler.

    Residence:
    Name: Wesley Eaton
    Gender: Male
    Age: 22
    Birth Year: 1839
    Birthplace: Canada West
    Marital Status: Single
    Home in 1861: South Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada West
    Religion: N C
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Wesley Eaton 22
    Source Citation: Year: 1861; Census Place: South Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada West; Roll: C-1078-1079; Page: 74

    Census:
    He was Methodist H. C., a labourer of German origin. He lived on the family farm adjoining the Corporation of Hespeler.

    Name: Wesley Eaton
    Gender: Male
    Age: 31
    Birth Year: abt 1840
    Birth Place: Ontario
    Marital Status: Married
    Religion: Methodist New Connexion
    Origin: German
    Province: Ontario
    District: Waterloo South
    District Number: 31
    Division: 02
    Subdistrict: Galt
    Subdistrict Number: e
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Aaron Eaton 67
    Laurie H Eaton 61
    Nelson Eaton 34
    Wesley Eaton 31
    Enoch Eaton 21
    William Eaton 24
    Catherine S Eaton 19
    Sophana Eaton 16
    Louisa Lambier 16
    Source Citation: Year: 1871; Census Place: Galt, Waterloo South, Ontario; Roll: C-9943; Page: 5; Family No: 17.

    Residence:
    He was a farmer.

    Residence:
    Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s-1900s about Wesley Eaton
    Name: Wesley Eaton
    Event: Living
    Province: Ontario
    County: Waterloo
    Place: Waterloo Township
    Source: Illustrated Atlas of the County of Waterloo, 1881, County of Waterloo Directory, 1877-78, Illustrated Atlas of the County of Wellington, 1877, Cumming Atlas Reprints, Port Elgin, 1972.
    Volume/Page: 32
    Note: The province and county are associated with the location of the record source and in some cases may not be the same as the place where the event occured.
    Source Information:
    Genealogical Research Library, Ontario, Canada. Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s-1900s [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005.
    Original data: Compiled from various family history sources. See source information provided with each entry.

    Census:
    Name: Wesley Eaton
    Gender: Male
    Marital Status: Married
    Age: 42
    Birth Year: 1839
    Birthplace: Ontario
    Religion: Methodist Church of Canada
    Nationality: English
    Occupation: Farmer
    Province: Ontario
    District Number: 161
    District: Waterloo South
    Sub-District Number: C
    Subdistrict: Waterloo South
    Division: 2
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Wesley Eaton 42
    Mary Ann Eaton 31
    Iantha Eaton 9
    Herberth Eaton 7
    Violets Eaton 4
    Elmina Eaton 1
    Source Citation: Year: 1881;Census Place: Waterloo South, Waterloo South, Ontario, roll C_13264, Page: 21, Family No: 93.

    Census:
    He was a farmer and Methodist. Wesley was shown as able to read and write and he was a widower. His family consisted of himself, Iantha, Herbert, Viletta (Violet?), Elmina, Alice, Morice (Morris), and Lloyd.

    Census:
    He was a farmer, of English origin and a Canadian. Wesley was shown as white and able to read, write and speak English. His mother tongue was English. Living with Wesley was his second wife, Elizabeth, her daughters Jane and Alice McCready (McCradie) and his sons Morris (Morice) and Stanley.

    He was a farmer, of English origin and a Canadian. Wesley was shown as white and able to read, write and speak English. His mother tongue was English. Living with Wesley was his second wife, Elizabeth, her daughters Jane and Alice McCready (McCradie) and his sons Morris (Morice) and Stanley.

    Buried:
    Wesley is buried in Section B of the cemetery



    Died:
    Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1936 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947 about Wesley Eaton
    Name: Wesley Eaton
    Death Date: 23 Dec 1907
    Death Location: Waterloo
    Age: 68
    Gender: Male
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1839
    Birth Location: Canada
    Archives of Ontario Microfilm: MS935_133
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1936 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.

    Obituary.

    In the death of Mr. Wesley Eaton the community of Hespeler loses a valued and highly esteemed citizen.

    He was born in Flamboro township, where Carlisle stands, on May 1st, 1838. Fifteen years later with his parents, brothers and sisters, moved into the farm adjoining the corporation. In 1871 he married Mary Ann Master and took up residence on part of the homestead. She died in 1890, leaving a sorrowing husband and eight children. Twelve years before his death he married Mrs. McCready of Hespeler, who was spared to be a helpmate in time of health and watched over him with tender care in his last days.

    Mr. Eaton took no part in public affairs, was looked upon as an excellent farmer, and as a neighbor he was as such in its fullest term, and will be missed by the community. He leaves two brothers, Nelson and Enoch of Hespeler, and four sisters, Mrs. John Washborn, Hespler; Mrs. John Cober, Brussels; Mrs. Joseph Gingrich, of Caledonia; and Mrs. Amos Souder, Waterloo Township. Children survive from first marriage, Herbert, Morris and Stanley, at home: Mrs. John Brickel (Violet), Mrs. Henry Freybourne (Ella), Mrs. John Harris (Alice), of Hespeler.

    Funeral will take place at his late residence, Hespeler cemetery, conducted by the A.O.?.F.W. of which order he was a member.

    Children:
    1. 3. Elmina Eaton was born 2 Aug 1879, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died 16 Aug 1950, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried 19 Aug 1950, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    2. Iantha Eaton was born 29 Sep 1871, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died Bef Dec 1939, , , Ontario, Canada.
    3. Herbert Eaton was born 24 Jul 1873, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died Abt 10 Dec 1939, Galt/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    4. Lillian Eaton was born 21 Sep 1875, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died 27 Feb 1876, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    5. Violet Eaton was born 23 Dec 1876, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died 4 Jan 1937, Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan, USA; was buried , Standale, Kent, Michigan, USA.
    6. Alice Louhamma Eaton was born 9 Apr 1882, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died 1960.
    7. Willard Morse Eaton was born 14 Oct 1885, , , Ontario, Canada; died 5 Nov 1955, , , Ontario, Canada; was buried 1955, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    8. Lloyd Stanley Eaton was born 13 Nov 1888, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died Abt 4 Feb 1965, Kitchener, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried Feb 1965, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Anson Eaton was born 14 Dec 1803, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada (son of John Edwin Eaton and Catherine Caroline Van Duzen); died 26 Aug 1888, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

    Other Events:

    • Alt. Birth: Stoney Creek/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Residence: Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
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    • Alt. Birth: 14 Dec 1803, Brantford, Brant, Ontario, Canada
    • Alt. Birth: 18 Dec 1803, Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Residence: 21 Sep 1828, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1840, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Residence: 1847, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1847, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Residence: Abt 1860, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1861, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1871, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1881, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; Lot 2 Conc. 7
    • Religion: 26 Aug 1888; Methodist

    Notes:

    Anson was heir to his father's farm so he divided it equally among his brothers. He then went to Waterloo County and there he married Loruhama Sutton.

    Residence:
    He lived south of Hespeler.

    Autosomal DNA :
    Testing supports the connection to ancestors John Edwin Eaton (1773 - 1873) and his wife Catherine VanDuzen (1786 - 1874). For details see source(s) below.

    Alt. Birth:
    He was born near Brantford.

    Census:
    There were 6 people in Anson Eaton's family; 3 males under 16, 1 male over 16; 1 female under 16 and 1 female over 16. His religion was British Wesleyan.

    Census:
    There were 6 people in Anson Eaton's family; 3 males under 16, 1 male over 16; 1 female under 16 and 1 female over 16. He was Wesleyan Methodist.

    Census:
    Anson and his wife and nine children were living in a 1-1/2 storey weather boarded house. He was New Connexion Methodist, a farmer.

    Name: Anson Eaton
    Gender: Male
    Age: 58
    Birth Year: 1803
    Birthplace: Canada West
    Marital Status: Married
    Home in 1861: South Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada West
    Religion: N C M
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Anson Eaton 58
    Source Citation: Year: 1861; Census Place: South Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada West; Roll: C-1078-1079; Page: 74

    Census:
    Name: Aaron Eaton
    [Anson Eaton]
    Age: 67
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1804
    Gender: Male
    Birth Place: Ontario
    Residence District: Waterloo South
    Residence Location: Waterloo South
    Ethnic Origin: German
    Religion: New Connexion Methodist
    Occupation: Farmer
    Division: 2
    Microfilm Roll: C-9943
    Page: 5
    Head of Household Comment: This person is listed as a head of household.
    Source Information:
    This index to the 1871 Ontario, Canada Census was created by volunteers from the Ontario Genealogical Society from data supplied by Library and Archives Canada.. Ontario, Canada Census Index, 1871 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
    Original data: Ontario, Canada. 1871 Canada Census. Ottawa, Canada: Library and Archives Canada. Microfilm. Specific microfilm roll numbers are listed with each record in the index.

    Census:
    Anson and his wife Loruhamah were living with their children Nelson, 44 and William, 34. He was Methodist, a farmer of English origin.

    Religion:
    He was a farmer.

    Buried:
    Buried in Sect. B.

    Died:
    Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1936 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947 about Anson Eaton
    Name: Anson Eaton
    Death Date: 26 Aug 1888
    Death Location: Waterloo
    Age: 84
    Gender: Male
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1804
    Birth Location: Ontario
    Archives of Ontario Microfilm: MS935_52
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1936 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.

    Anson married Loruhamah Sutton 21 Sep 1828, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada. Loruhamah (daughter of Samuel Sutton and Elizabeth Slater) was born 10 Mar 1810, , , New Jersey, USA; died 8 Sep 1903, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried 10 Sep 1903, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Loruhamah Sutton was born 10 Mar 1810, , , New Jersey, USA (daughter of Samuel Sutton and Elizabeth Slater); died 8 Sep 1903, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried 10 Sep 1903, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Lorahama Sutton
    • Also Known As: Lornhama Sutton
    • Also Known As: Louisa Sutton
    • Also Known As: Sushanah Eaton
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    • Alt. Birth: 7 Mar 1810
    • Residence: 21 Sep 1828, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1861, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1871, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1881, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1891, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1901, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Alt. Death: 7 Sep 1903
    • Alt. Death: 7 Sep 1903, , Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    • Religion: 8 Sep 1903; Methodist

    Notes:

    (Medical):Physician at death was Dr. McIntyre.

    Autosomal DNA :
    Testing supports the connection to ancestors Samuel Sutton (1782 - 1879) and his wife Elizabeth Slater ( - bef 1871). For details see source(s) below.

    Census:
    She was New Connexion Methodist.

    Census:
    Name: Laurie H Eaton
    Gender: Female
    Age: 61
    Birth Year: abt 1810
    Birth Place: Ontario
    Marital Status: Married
    Religion: Methodist New Connexion
    Origin: German
    Province: Ontario
    District: Waterloo South
    District Number: 31
    Division: 02
    Subdistrict: Galt
    Subdistrict Number: e
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Aaron Eaton 67
    Laurie H Eaton 61
    Nelson Eaton 34
    Wesley Eaton 31
    Enoch Eaton 21
    William Eaton 24
    Catherine S Eaton 19
    Sophana Eaton 16
    Louisa Lambier 16
    Source Citation: Year: 1871; Census Place: Galt, Waterloo South, Ontario; Roll: C-9943; Page: 5; Family No: 17.

    Census:
    She was Methodist.

    Census:
    In the census, Loruhama was shown as not able to read or write. She was living with her son Nelson and his wife Elizabeth. She was Methodist.

    Census:
    In the census, Loruhamah was shown as white and able to read, write and speak English. She was living with her son Nelson and his wife 'Rosella', along with her son William, her granddaughter Rosina and her husband George Gastle, and her great granddaughter Irene Rose Gastle. She was Canadian of German origin and Methodist.

    Name: Lookee Louisa Eaton
    Gender: Female
    Marital Status: Widowed
    Age: 91
    Birth Day & Month: 9 Mar
    Birth Year: 1810
    Birthplace: Ontario
    Relation to Head of House: Mother
    Racial or Tribal Origin: German
    Nationality: Canadian
    Religion: Methodist
    Province: Ontario
    District: Waterloo (South/Sud)
    District Number: 122
    Sub-District: Waterloo (South/Sud)
    Sub-District Number: G-4
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Nelson Eaton 64
    Rosetta Eaton 54
    Lookee Louisa Eaton 91
    George Gastle 30
    Rosena Gastle 25
    Irene Rose Gastle 1year under
    William Eaton 60
    Source Citation: Year: 1901;Census Place: Waterloo (South/Sud), Waterloo (South/Sud), Ontario. Page 12, Family No: 111.

    Buried:
    Buried in Section B.

    Died:
    Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1936 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947 about Lornhannah Eaton
    Name: Lornhannah Eaton
    Death Date: 8 Sep 1903
    Death Location: Waterloo
    Age: 93
    Gender: Female
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1810
    Birth Location: NJ;USA
    Archives of Ontario Microfilm: MS935_113
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1936 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Anson and Loruhama had eleven children.

    Children:
    1. Levi Eaton was born May 1830, Stoney Creek/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 20 Nov 1875, , , Ontario, Canada; was buried 23 Nov 1875, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    2. 6. Wesley Eaton was born 1 May 1838, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 23 Dec 1907, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    3. Nelson Eaton was born 21 Dec 1836, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 3 Mar 1924, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried 5 Mar 1924, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    4. Agnes Eaton was born Bef 1840; died Yes, date unknown.
    5. Laura Louisa Eaton was born 22 Sep 1841, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died 3 Nov 1932, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried 5 Nov 1932, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    6. Matilda Eaton was born Abt 1843, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died Yes, date unknown.
    7. William Anson Eaton was born 12 Dec 1846, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died 16 Apr 1903, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    8. Enoch Eaton was born 19 Aug 1849, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died 22 Feb 1930, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    9. Sarah Catharine Eaton was born 5 Dec 1851, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 28 Feb 1887, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Waterloo Twp./Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    10. Sophana Eaton was born 9 Mar 1855, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; died Aft 6 Mar 1924.


Generation: 5

  1. 24.  John Edwin Eaton was born 16 Mar 1773, Castleton, Rutland, Vermont, USA (son of John Eaton and Martha McUre); died 18 Jun 1837, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.

    Other Events:

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    • Find-a-Grave Link: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/130129727
    • Alt. Birth: 16 Mar 1773, , , Connecticut, USA
    • Residence: 1796, Burford, Brant, Ontario, Canada
    • Residence: 1809, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Residence: 1826, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada

    Notes:

    It was ... John Eaton who pioneered in the Carlisle area. On first coming to Upper Canada in 1796, he settled near Brantford A few years later, he moved to Saltfleet where his wife died. On one occasion during his wife's illness, he had gone in search of the doctor, and had been forced to seek shelter for the night in the home of Lavinus Van Duzen. There he met Catherine Van Duzen who was a first cousin of Laura Secord. In 1803, after his wife's death, John married Catherine and settled for a time in Saltfleet Township.

    During the War of 1812, John enlisted in the local regiment. Before the Battle of Stoney Creek, he was chosen to go to Burlington Heights to guide the troops who came from Toronto to assist at the Battle. He also fought with distinction in this famous battle. The Eaton home near the Burlington beach strip became headquarters for British troops, and his horses and oxen were used for transporting army supplies. Like many settlers who lived in this area during the War, John Eaton suffered loss of and damage to his property, and had to go through lengthy procedures to claim compensation from the government. His total loss is recorded as 17 pounds, 5 shillings.

    It is believed that John and Catherine Eaton moved to Carlisle in 1826, although the sale of their land was not registered until 1828. John Eaton purchased two 200- acre lots at the junction of Carlisle and Centre Roads, paying 300 pounds for each lot. The Eatons had eleven children, and to accommodate this large family, they built a 13 -room house on Carlisle Road.

    At first, the village that grew up al the crossroads was called Eaton, or Eatonville. Then it was briefly called Centreville. When the post office was established in 1853, the village name was changed once again to Carlisle, after a town on the border between England and Scotland, a compromise between the settlers from both parts of the British Isles.

    The story is told that when the Eatons moved to Carlisle from Stoney Creek, they brought some pigs which were allowed to forage in the woods. Eventually, the pigs disappeared, and it was believed that they had fallen prey to wolves or bears. However, when John Eaton visited Stoney Creek, he discovered that his pigs had returned to their old home.

    Like many other settlers, the Eatons were loyal Methodists. One room in their home was used as a meeting place for religious services conducted by local preachers. John Eaton himself was one such lay preacher, well -known for always making his rounds faithfully, in spite of winter blizzards.

    Many camp meetings were held in the lovely pine forest on the large Eaton property. Each family brought a tent, or even lumber to erect a temporary shelter. Three services of prayer and praise were held each day in a large tent. Singing was an important part of Methodist worship. There is a story that, one Sunday evening, when the congregation was singing "Nearer My God To Thee", a strong clear male voice at the back took over the lead. At the end of the hymn, the preacher asked the unknown singer to come forward, but he was nowhere to be found He had simply disappeared into the woods, and became known as "the Mystery Man ".

    John and Catherine Eaton were also instrumental in having the first church established in Carlisle. Members of the church began to plan a cemetery in 1836. John Eaton was very ill at the time, and it was expected that his would be the first burial there. However, another local resident, Alexander Kerr, was killed by a falling tree, so he became the first occupant of the new cemetery.

    John died in 1837 when he was 64, but Catherine lived until she was 89. Both are buried in the cemetery of Carlisle United Church. Some of their children married into the Crooker, Tansley, Sutton, Rasberry and Griffin families There are still descendants of John and Catherine living in the Carlisle area.

    On July 17th, 1926, more than 2,000 descendants of this couple gathered at the Eaton homestead for the Eaten- Van Duzen (also spelled Vanduzen, Vandusen, Van Dusen or Van Duzer) Reunion. A very busy day was planned. There was a picnic, speeches prayer, sports events and music. In the afternoon, 32 children were baptized. Of special interest to all was a display of a cabinet and a chest which had been brought to North America by Francis Eaton when he arrived on the Mayflower.

    At Carlisle cemetery, lines of purple ribbon led from the Founders' monument to the graves of all direct descents buried there. At a special ceremony, a bronze plaque was unveiled in honour of John and Catherine Eaton.

    In the evening, guests gathered at the Tudor Eaton farm on Centre Road near Progression Road. A stage had been built for the occasion so that everyone could enjoy the entertainment. The final event of the day was a gathering around a huge bonfire of pine roots.

    It was a wonderful way to celebrate this pioneer family's 100 years in Carlisle. In 1926, it was estimated that John and Catherine Eaton had 2,622 descendants.

    One of their descendants is the Rev. Bruce Eaton, son of Lillian and Fawcett Eaton. Raised in Carlisle, he has spent many years in India, Bangladesh, Zaire, Sudan, Somalia, Togo and Ethiopia drilling water wells for thirsty people. He learned his skills while serving in India, and invented a bamboo filter for wells in sandy areas. His talents have been in great demand by churches of many denominations. John and Catherine would be proud of him.

    -from Carlisle Beginnings by Dorothy Turcotte pp. 36-39.

    HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION TO CARLISLE

    Encouraged by George Baker's little settlement at Centre Road and the 5th concession (known as Bakersville), John Eaton and his wife, Catherine VanDuzen had by 1826 acquired 400 acres of land on the southwest side of Centre Road between the 8th. and 19th concessions. This land was heavily wooded, and it took 40 years to clear it.

    Other families soon moved into the area) and the settlement that grew up at Centre Road and the 9th concession became first known as Eaton, or Eatonville. The village developed into a busy place, for it was on one of the main thoroughfares between Hamilton and Guelph. At one time, Carlisle was known as a favourite watering spot for travellers, having four hotels.

    One of the early storekeepers at this intersection was Talbert Carey. His store, on the southeast corner, was a busy place on Friday nights. That was when farmers would bring him butter, eggs, chickens, apples and onions to trade for other foods The Carey establishment also carried all sorts of dry goods -- boots, shoes, fur coats, hats, lamps and even chimneys, This store was later operated by owners named Mills, Tweedle and Gray. It is still the centre of village commerce.

    On the opposite corner, where the TD bank stands today, was a grocery store operated by Alfred Tansley Later owners here were Mr. Leonard and Mr. Johnson. The post office, in the same building, was for many years operated by Gusty Koella, a lady from Switzerland. Later, the post office moved to the little metal sided building of today. It had originally been a schoolhouse, moved from its site north of Carlisle.

    On the southwest corner of the village, Barney Brown ran a hotel. Mrs. Brown did the cooking, and her meals were famous throughout the area. In 1911, this hotel became a temperance house operated by William Hopkinson. At one time, this building housed the Toronto Dominion Bank.

    Another little settlement sprang up just east of the village. This was Progreston, on Twelve Mile Creek. Believed to have been named by John Knievel to indicate that the latest industrial technology was embodied in the little community. Progreston had a woollen mill, a peg mill, a small coffin factory, and a large grist mill which had been built in 1867 by William Campbell.

    -from Carlisle Beginnings by Dorothy Turcotte pp. 9-10.

    and from Carlisle: History of Village and Founder John Eaton and Family (1984)

    "When the war of 1812 broke out he enlisted as a private in the militia and when the Americans approached Stoney Creek, he was appointed to go to Burlington Heights to meet troops and pilot them through.

    "The most important work done on John Eaton's home was converting it into the headquarters for all lost detachments of British troops who came by boat. He offered food and shelter for officers and men, and his horses and oxen contributed greatly to the transportation of supplies during the war.

    "In 1822 John Eaton was one of 5 men who founded the first church in Hamilton. It was purchased at King and Wellington streets for 20 pounds. A tablet in the first church marks this event.

    "John, along with his wife and 13 children prospered. It did not discourage them that when they first made their way through the bush to Carlisle they were forced to unleash the oxen and lead them through the dense underbrush one by one. Once they managed to build their cabin and work their land they would walk 12 miles to the market in Hamilton with a basket of eggs in one hand and a basket of butter in the other. In those days now long gone, a large family was an economic necessity, not a handicap.

    "Their one room cabin was added to over the years to accommodate the growing family and eventually there were 13 rooms. John Eaton acted as the local Methodist preacher and held many meetings and church revival meetings that were held on his land for many years.

    "John Eaton died in 1837 at the age of 64. My mother interviewed an old gentleman, Aszhel Bates, 85, the grandson of Eliza Jane, daughter of John Eaton, who had many stories to tell of Carlisle in the old days. He remembered his great grandmother Eliza Jane recalling, as a little girl, watching the coffin of John Eaton being carried across the 12 Mile Creek by pallbearers balancing on a log.

    "Catherine died in 1874. Stories recall that she was a splendid nurse and people would come from miles around to be treated by her. If they were too ill she would either walk or travel by oxen to their homes. She lived to be 88 and did not have much use for doctors. A few months before her death her son said they had better get a doctor to come and see her. She said "No Enoch, do let me live out my natural life time."

    "Their eldest son, Anson, was heir to their farm so he divided it equally among his brothers. He then went to Waterloo County where he married Lornhama Sutton. They had 11 children."

    and about Carlisle:

    "The newest building in Carlisle is the Eaton Manor, a senior citizen home that overlooks the Carlisle Park and the 12 Mile Creek. The first person to move into the senior citizen home was George Eaton, great great grandson of John Eaton.

    "My great uncle George owns a century farm just west of Carlisle and he has decided to keep it for a year in case life at the "manor" does not suit him, because he is a man of the land like most of the Eaton clan.

    "Carlisle United Church has been an important gathering in the village since the days the meetings were held in John and Catherine's home.

    "In 1839 the small settlement of Eaton was established to the point where the inhabitants felt they needed a separate church to worship, and so for 2 pounds John Morden was hired to build a small wooden structure on the banks of the Twelve Mile creek and it soon became known as the Chapel-at-the-Twelve.

    "Catherine Eaton's name appears on the roll of the first worshippers in the Chapel-at-the-Twelve and again when the first church was built in 1852. The first church was a frame building, painted white and used for church purposes alone. It was a plain oblong building with two classrooms at the back and was erected on the site immediately south of the present church in what is now the cemetery. By 1891 the congregation had outgrown the little white church and the present church building was constructed - a large brick two -storey structure with a balcony. Opening services were held on Sunday, October 11, 1891.

    "A few of the trees planted along Centre Road by John Eaton, my great great great great grandfather are still standing to remind us of the past."

    From Pat Martin

    ----------------------
    John Eaton settled in Burford, Ontario, Canada in1796; in Saltfleet in 1809, and in Carlisle in 1826. He served in the Battle of Stoney Creekin 1813.He founded the Methodist church in Carlisle in 1852.Many of his descendants served in The Great War 1914-1917.

    Birth:
    Rutland County did not exist in 1773 in the state of Vermont. It was not founded until 1781.

    Autosomal DNA:
    Testing supports the connection to John Edwin Eaton (1773 - 1873) and his wife Catherine VanDuzen (1786 - 1874). For details see source(s) below.

    Alt. Birth:
    He was born in Castleton, Connecticut.

    Residence:
    John Eaton and his family moved to Concession 8, East Flamborough Township circa. 1826

    John married Catherine Caroline Van Duzen 7 Mar 1803, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada. Catherine (daughter of Lavinus Vanduzen and Sarah Humphrey, daughter of Lavinus Vanduzen and Lidea Jones) was born 11 Oct 1786, Stoney Creek/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 4 Jun 1874, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada. [Group Sheet]


  2. 25.  Catherine Caroline Van Duzen was born 11 Oct 1786, Stoney Creek/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada (daughter of Lavinus Vanduzen and Sarah Humphrey, daughter of Lavinus Vanduzen and Lidea Jones); died 4 Jun 1874, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Catharine Van Dusen
    • Also Known As: Catherine Van Deusen
    • Also Known As: Catherine Vandusen
    • Also Known As: Catherine Vanduzen
    • Also Known As: Katy Vanduzen
    • Autosomal DNA: Ancestry DNA Test
    • Find-a-Grave Link: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/130129791
    • Alt. Birth: Cal 1787, , , , USA
    • Residence: 7 Mar 1803, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1861, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1871, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Religion: 4 Jun 1874; Methodist

    Notes:

    Catherine Van Duzen was a first cousin to Laura Secord.

    (Medical):She was ill for 2 weeks.

    Autosomal DNA:
    Testing supports the connection to John Edwin Eaton (1773 - 1873) and his wife Catherine VanDuzen (1786 - 1874). For details see source(s) below.

    Census:
    She was Wesleyan Methodist and living with her son Enoch.

    Name: Catharine Eaton
    Gender: Female
    Age: 75
    Birth Year: 1786
    Birthplace: United States
    Marital Status: Widowed
    Home in 1861: East Flamboro, Wentworth, Canada West
    Religion: W M
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Catharine Eaton 75
    Source Citation: Year: 1861; Census Place: East Flamboro, Wentworth, Canada West; Roll: C-1086-1087; Page: 69

    Census:
    She was Wesleyan Methodist and her origin was Germany. She was staying with son Enoch and family.

    Name: Catharine Eaton
    Gender: Female
    Age: 84
    Birth Year: abt 1787
    Birth Place: United States
    Marital Status: Widowed
    Religion: Weslyan Methodist
    Origin: German
    Province: Ontario
    District: Wentworth North
    District Number: 23
    Division: 02
    Subdistrict: Flamborough East
    Subdistrict Number: d
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Enoch Eaton 56
    Eliza Catharine Eaton 41
    Thomas Harman Eaton 18
    Harriet Ada Eaton 9
    Elmon Ambrose Eaton 7
    Catharine Eaton 84
    Horace Ashley Eaton 44
    Josephine Eaton 17
    Source Citation: Year: 1871; Census Place: Flamborough East, Wentworth North, Ontario; Roll: C-9925; Page: 6; Family No: 25.

    Died:
    Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1936 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947 about Catharine Eaton
    Name: Catharine Eaton
    Death Date: 4 Jun 1874
    Death Location: Wentworth
    Age: 87
    Gender: Female
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1787
    Archives of Ontario Microfilm: MS935_9
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1936 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010.

    Notes:

    Married:
    John and Catherine had thirteen children.

    Children:
    1. 12. Anson Eaton was born 14 Dec 1803, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 26 Aug 1888, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    2. Daniel Edwin Eaton was born 22 Apr 1806, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 18 Mar 1874, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.
    3. Levinus H. Eaton was born 29 May 1808, Brantford, Brant, Ontario, Canada; died 2 Oct 1890, , , Ontario, Canada.
    4. John Eaton was born 5 Feb 1811, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died Jul 1887, Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.
    5. Harmon Eaton was born 28 Feb 1814, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 31 Mar 1814, , , Ontario, Canada.
    6. Enoch Eaton was born 26 Feb 1815, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 26 Feb 1899, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.
    7. Wesley F. Eaton was born 6 Nov 1817, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 14 May 1904, , , Ontario, Canada.
    8. Sarah Humphrey Eaton was born 17 Nov 1820, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 12 Dec 1900, Tilsonburg, Oxford, Ontario, Canada.
    9. Seymour Smith Eaton was born 14 Apr 1823, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 24 Jan 1894, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; was buried , Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
    10. Horace Ashby Eaton was born 8 Jun 1826, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 11 Nov 1875, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.
    11. Eliza Jane Eaton was born 22 Dec 1830, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 23 May 1923, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; was buried 28 May 1923, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.

  3. 26.  Samuel Sutton was born 24 Mar 1782, Mansfield Twp., Warren, New Jersey, Ontario (son of Joseph Sutton and Mary Batson); died 31 Dec 1879, , Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.

    Other Events:

    • Autosomal DNA: Ancestry DNA Test
    • Census: 1861, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada
    • Census: 1871, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada

    Notes:

    Autosomal DNA:
    Testing supports the connection to Samuel Sutton (1782 - 1879) and his wife Elizabeth Slater ( - bef 1871). For details see source(s) below.

    Census:
    Name: Samuel Sutton
    Gender: Male
    Age: 79
    Birth Year: 1782
    Birthplace: United States
    Marital Status: Married
    Home in 1861: East Flamboro, Wentworth, Canada West
    Religion: C B
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Samuel Sutton 79
    Source Citation: Year: 1861; Census Place: East Flamboro, Wentworth, Canada West; Roll: C-1086-1087; Page: 66

    Census:
    Name: Samuel Sutton
    Gender: Male
    Age: 89
    Birth Year: abt 1782
    Birth Place: United States
    Marital Status: Widowed
    Religion: Baptist
    Origin: English
    Province: Ontario
    District: Wentworth North
    District Number: 23
    Division: 03
    Subdistrict: Flamborough East
    Subdistrict Number: d
    Household Members:
    Name Age
    Samuel Sutton 89
    John Sutton 45
    Ester Ann Sutton 35
    George Lambier
    Source Citation: Year: 1871; Census Place: Flamborough East, Wentworth North, Ontario; Roll: C-9925; Page: 17; Family No: 57.

    Samuel — Elizabeth Slater. Elizabeth was born , , , , USA; died Bef 1871. [Group Sheet]


  4. 27.  Elizabeth Slater was born , , , , USA; died Bef 1871.

    Other Events:

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    Notes:

    Autosomal DNA:
    Testing supports the connection to Samuel Sutton (1782 - 1879) and his wife Elizabeth Slater ( - bef 1871). For details see source(s) below.

    Children:
    1. 13. Loruhamah Sutton was born 10 Mar 1810, , , New Jersey, USA; died 8 Sep 1903, Waterloo Twp., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; was buried 10 Sep 1903, Hespeler/Cambridge, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
    2. Lucinda Sutton was born 20 Apr 1812, , , New Jersey, USA; died 18 Nov 1892, East Flamborough/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.
    3. Joseph Sutton was born Cal 1820; died Yes, date unknown.
    4. Margaret Sutton was born Cal 1822; died Yes, date unknown.
    5. John Sutton was born Cal 1826, , , Ontario, Canada; died Yes, date unknown.
    6. Phoebe Sutton was born Cal 1826; died Yes, date unknown.
    7. Rebecca Sutton was born Cal 1829; died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 6

  1. 48.  John Eaton was born 6 Jun 1739, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA (son of Daniel Eaton and Hannah Cole); died 1831.

    Other Events:

    • Find-a-Grave Link: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/137953329

    Notes:

    John and Catherine Eaten moved from Stoney Creek in 1826 and settled on 400 acres of crown land. Among the very early settlers in the Carlisle area were the Fords, Eatons, Pattons, Kievels, Hamiltons, McColls, Crookers, Gunbys, Mordens, Adamsons, Binkleys, Hunts, Greens, Mills and Bennetts. As other settlers came a small village grew up and was named Eaton. In 1853 the name was changed to Carlisle. In 1870 there were 150 inhabitants.

    Martha is buried at the Princeton Cemetery, her head stone states she was the widow of John, her age at death was 97 years . The burial site of John is unknown. She died on December 30, 1831.

    It is believed that John and Martha came to Canada about the time of the American Revolution bringing with them a family of 9 children. Only three members of the family have been located. All three sons served in Burfords First Militia along with their father John. Son John settled in Carlisle while Daniel and Elam both remained at Etonia.

    It is possible that John Sr. travelled to the east coast for some reason and died there hence no gravestone.

    From Les Brunton....

    It started with John Eaton on October 31, 1810 when he received a Crown Grant of 200 acres.

    He split this up among his sons Elam and Danial (65 acres each) and sold the remaining 84 acres to a Josiah Dean.

    Elam sold his portion to Henry Prior in 1860. This is the section that I lived in. The old part of the house that is still there is very old. The wooden logs are still supporting the floor boards in the kitchen. Who knows, maybe it has been there since 1810.

    «i»THE PETITION OF JOHN EATON

    The Petition of John Eaton

    Humbly Shews

    That your petitioner came to this Province in September last, returned to the States and now has come forward with Provisions, Farming Utensils, etc. to commence a Settler. One of his Sons has been two years Settled in Burford, and another has come with your Petitioner and brought
    with him Farming Utensils.

    Your Petitioner has a Family which consists of a Wife and Nine Children, three sons (exclusive of the above two) able to bear Arms all of which will positively be in this Province in October
    next if health permits. Wherefore your Petitioner Prays for a Grant of Land in Oxford to
    accomode himself and them on which he will immediately improve on such relief as to your
    Wisdom may seem meet.

    John Eaton

    July 20, 1797 -

    Endorsed : - Recd 21st July 1797 Page 3 of 5

    Administered oath of Allegiance same day. July 31.97

    Recommended for 200 Acres to be appropriated for 12 mos.

    J.E.

    Confirmed 31st July 1797

    P.R.

    «/i»From Tim Eaton:

    Here is a wealth of information for the researcher. John Sr. has a wife and nine children. One son
    has been in Burford for two years already, making his entry in at least 1795. The total number of
    sons seems to be five, all able to bear arms, a handy thing if you are wanting to populate the
    frontier with pioneers ready to fight for your country. The son who came with him is Daniel, as
    evidenced by his petition for a land grant, which was dated the same day as his father's.

    John married Martha McUre 1773, Salisbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA. Martha was born 1734, , , , USA; died 30 Dec 1831, Burford, Brant, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Princeton, Oxford, Ontario, Canada. [Group Sheet]


  2. 49.  Martha McUre was born 1734, , , , USA; died 30 Dec 1831, Burford, Brant, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Princeton, Oxford, Ontario, Canada.

    Other Events:

    • Find-a-Grave Link: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/26164259
    • Immigration: 1796, Brantford, Brant, Ontario, Canada
    • Alt. Death: 13 Dec 1831, Burford, Brant, Ontario, Canada

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Age 97 years at death.

    Immigration:
    She came from Nova Scotia or Connecticut, USA

    Children:
    1. 24. John Edwin Eaton was born 16 Mar 1773, Castleton, Rutland, Vermont, USA; died 18 Jun 1837, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.
    2. Daniel Eaton was born 1 Mar 1776, Middleboro, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA; died 22 Apr 1858, Princeton, Oxford, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Princeton, Oxford, Ontario, Canada.
    3. Elam Eaton was born 1782, , , , USA; died 27 Mar 1860, Princeton, Oxford, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Princeton, Oxford, Ontario, Canada.

  3. 50.  Lavinus Vanduzen was born 1745, Hillsdale, Columbia, New York, USA (son of John Vanduzen); died 1842, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Lavinas Vanduzen
    • Also Known As: Lavinias Van Dusen
    • Also Known As: Lavinus Van Duzer

    Notes:


    Lavinias married Lidea Jones. Lived on old place. Had children Joseph, John Wellon, Betsy, Sarah, Lidea. Lavinias sold the old place.


    Birth:
    Columbia County did not exist in 1745 in the state of New York. It was not founded until 1786.

    Lavinus — Lidea Jones. Lidea died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


  4. 51.  Lidea Jones died Yes, date unknown.
    Children:
    1. Joseph Vanduzen died Yes, date unknown.
    2. John Wellon Vanduzen died Yes, date unknown.
    3. Sarah Vanduzen died Yes, date unknown.
    4. Betsy Vanduzen died Yes, date unknown.
    5. Lidea Vanduzen died Yes, date unknown.
    6. Ann Vanduzen died Yes, date unknown.
    7. Polly Vanduzen died Yes, date unknown.
    8. Rebecca Vanduzen died Yes, date unknown.
    9. 25. Catherine Caroline Van Duzen was born 11 Oct 1786, Stoney Creek/Hamilton, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; died 4 Jun 1874, Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada; was buried , Carlisle, Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.

  5. 52.  Joseph Sutton was born 17 Mar 1762, Knowlton Twp., Sussex, New Jersey, USA (son of James L. Sutton and Hannah Louise Freeman); died 24 Feb 1836, Hackettstown, Warren, New Jersey, USA; was buried , Hackettstown, Warren, New Jersey, USA.

    Notes:

    Buried:
    U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about Joseph Sutton
    Name: Joseph Sutton
    Service Info.: PVT US ARMY REVOLUTIONARY WAR
    Cemetery: Old Presbyterian Burial Ground
    Cemetery Address: Hackettstown, NJ 07840
    Source Information:National Cemetery Administration. U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.Original data: National Cemetery Administration. Nationwide Gravesite Locator

    Joseph married Mary Batson 26 Aug 1781, Warren Twp., Warren, New Jersey, USA. Mary (daughter of Samuel G. Batson and Mary Barrass) was born Abt 1761, , , New Jersey, USA; died 18 Mar 1842, Mansfield Twp., Warren, New Jersey, Ontario. [Group Sheet]


  6. 53.  Mary Batson was born Abt 1761, , , New Jersey, USA (daughter of Samuel G. Batson and Mary Barrass); died 18 Mar 1842, Mansfield Twp., Warren, New Jersey, Ontario.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Warren County did not exist in 1781 in the state of New Jersey. It was not founded until 1824.

    Children:
    1. Elsie Sutton was born 1780; died 1818, , , New York, USA.
    2. 26. Samuel Sutton was born 24 Mar 1782, Mansfield Twp., Warren, New Jersey, Ontario; died 31 Dec 1879, , Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.
    3. John Sutton was born 24 Feb 1784, Mansfield Twp., Warren, New Jersey, Ontario; died 14 Jun 1856, Beverly, , Alberta, Canada.
    4. Amos Sutton was born 24 Sep 1786; died Yes, date unknown.
    5. David Sutton was born 23 Feb 1789; died Yes, date unknown.
    6. Elizabeth Sutton was born 16 Oct 1791, Sussex, Sussex, New Jersey, USA; died 8 Feb 1873, Hackettstown, Warren, New Jersey, USA.
    7. Joseph Sutton was born 9 Jun 1794, Independence Twp., Warren, New Jersey, USA; died 1832.
    8. Mary Sutton was born 19 Aug 1797; died 14 Nov 1868, Jersey City, Hudson, New Jersey, USA.
    9. Phebe Sutton was born 13 Feb 1800; died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 7

  1. 96.  Daniel Eaton was born 24 Jul 1707, Tolland, Tolland, Connecticut, USA (son of Daniel Eaton and Abigail Hebert); died , Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.

    Other Events:

    • AFN: MTPZ-8W
    • Find-a-Grave Link: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/137955522
    • Residence: 1729-1732, Willington, Tolland, Connecticut, USA
    • Residence: 1734-1739, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Tolland County did not exist in 1707 in the state of Connecticut. It was not founded until 1785.

    Residence:
    Tolland County did not exist in 1729 in the state of Connecticut. It was not founded until 1785.

    Daniel married Hannah Cole 19 Dec 1727, Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. Hannah (daughter of John Cole and Mary Eaton) was born 1700; died 10 Mar 1781, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA. [Group Sheet]


  2. 97.  Hannah Cole was born 1700 (daughter of John Cole and Mary Eaton); died 10 Mar 1781, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.

    Other Events:

    • AFN: FZP3-R0
    • Find-a-Grave Link: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/137955653
    • Alt. Birth: 1705, Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
    • Alt. Birth: Abt 1707

    Notes:

    Birth:
    American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) about Hannah Eaton
    Name: Hannah Eaton
    Birth Date: 1700
    Birthplace: Massachusetts
    Volume: 48
    Page Number: 286
    Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 19 Nov 1917, 6536; 30 Aug 1920, 6536; 5 Apr 1926, 4028
    Source Information:
    Godfrey Memorial Library, comp.. American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
    Original data: Godfrey Memorial Library. American Genealogical-Biographical Index. Middletown, CT, USA: Godfrey Memorial Library.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Family Data Collection - Individual Records about Hannah Cole
    Name: Hannah Cole
    Spouse: Daniel Eaton
    Parents: John Cole, Mary Eaton
    Birth Place: Essex Co, Lynn, MA
    Birth Date: 1700
    Marriage Date: 9 Dec 1727
    Source Citation: Birth year: 1700; Birth city: Lynn; Birth state: MA.
    Source Information:
    Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

    The marriage record says that Daniel is of Windsor (CT). Hannah and Daniel are first cousins.

    Children:
    1. Hannah Eaton was born 22 Sep 1729, Willington, Tolland, Connecticut, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
    2. Daniel Eaton was born 13 Apr 1732, Willington, Tolland, Connecticut, USA.
    3. Nathaniel Eaton was born 26 Apr 1736, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died Bef 14 Apr 1776, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
    4. 48. John Eaton was born 6 Jun 1739, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 1831.
    5. Daniel Eaton was born 1 Jun 1740, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 13 Jun 1790, Castleton, Rutland, Vermont, USA; was buried , Castleton, Rutland, Vermont, USA.

  3. 100.  John Vanduzen died Yes, date unknown.

    Notes:

    The Van Dusens, Van Duzens and the Van Duzers are descended from Jacob Van Dusen who came to America about 1621 from Amsterdam, Holland.

    Research has shown that Jacob Van Dusen came from Holland on the second trip of the Mayflower as a member of the crew.

    The Van Dusens of the Hamilton district were millers and farmers during their 180 years at New Amsterdam (currently New York City). Levinus Van Dusen was bom near Hillsdale in New York State about 1750 and married Sarah Humphrey in the year 1773. They lived between Albany and Hudson. At the time of the American Revolution they were Loyalists and, as their property was taken from them, they migrated in 1800 to Upper Canada with nine of their eleven children. They brought in a mill and settled south of Red Hill near Albion, five miles east of the present city of Hamilton. Sarah and Levinus Van Dusen were buried on their own land in 1848 and 1842 (or 1833) respectively.

    Throughout the years, the children of the Van Duzer families have married for the most part into other United Empire Loyalist families and remained on the land as growers or entered various professions.

    Ira E. Van Duzer was one of those who continued to farm. He married the former Eleanor J. Longmire. Together they owned a large acreage on Highway No. 8 at Winona. The existing brick residence on the property was the family home for three generations and was built in 1895 under Ira Van Duzer's supervision.

    Ira Van Duzer was one of the original pioneers in the fruit growing industry in the Niagara Peninsula. Ira Van Duzer started as a nurseryman growing his own trees from seedlings and was the first to export fruit from the area.

    His son, John Byron Van Duzer, was born in Winona on March 9, 1892. He attended school at Winona and the Hamilton Collegiate Institute. After graduating he farmed with his father as I.E. Van Duzer and Son. After Ira E. Van Duzer died in 1922, John Van Duzer took over the intensive fruit cultivationoperation and controlled all the properties.

    Besides farming, J.B. Van Duzer was active in community affairs. He served well in education, his church and several Saltfleet Township services. The Van Duzer descendants continue to serve the public in law and education.

    The Van Duzer home was built in 1895, under the supervision of Ira Van Duzer, at a cost of $4,000. The residence formed part of a 45 acre fruit farm known as Pomona Orchards. The dwelling was constructed in the Victorian vernacular style characterized by elements of Gothic and Classic Revival. The Van Duzer home has many unique and significant architectural qualities. The many steep pitched roofs and the exposed stone foundation serve to frame the brick facade. The main entrance is identified by a two storey projecting bay, capped by a Seriina or Palladian window, in a pedimented gable supported by ornate brackets. The pediment is echoed at the first floor verandah.

    The secondary entrance, at right angles to the main, exhibits a similar treatment with the gingerbread verandah connecting both points. Here the less formal flat facade replaces the two storey bay. The pedimented gable with a Seriina window is still in evidence, as is the pedimented gable below.

    The verandah continues beyond the secondary entrance to the rear, supporting a second storey verandah along half its length. The second-storey verandah may have been subsequently added to the original structure.

    A dining room window on the west facade, with a semi-circular leaded glass segment above, is unique to the fenestration of the structure.

    The interior trim is stately in design and executed in Georgia Pine. Massive newel posts with robust motifs accentuate the staircase, which is finished to the third floor. This is unusual as the third floor was not considered habitable space, but used for storage.

    The banisters meeting the newel posts at each floor offer an interesting solution to railing continuity and make a unique detail.

    Important to the preservation, of the Van Duzer House are the original features which include the verandah which connects two entrances at right angles to each other, the leaded glass window on the west facade, and the interior trim and staircase. The exposed stone foundation, the brick facade and the wooden windows are all of interest. The pedimented gables are also of merit.

    Children:
    1. 50. Lavinus Vanduzen was born 1745, Hillsdale, Columbia, New York, USA; died 1842, Saltfleet Twp., Wentworth, Ontario, Canada.

  4. 104.  James L. Sutton was born 9 May 1709, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA (son of John David Sutton and Elizabeth Conger); died 1791, Hackettstown, Warren, New Jersey, USA.

    Notes:

    Taken from http://www.dragonbbs.com/members/ww8566/SuttonRobertAmbroseGenealogy.html

    James Sutton was the first pastor of Tuckihoe Baptist Church, Gloucester, NJ, in 1771. He resigned to go to Cowmarsh, DE; then western PA. He was the first pastor and one of the six founders of the North Ten Mile Baptist Church in 1773, in what is now Washington Co, PA. He served until 1781, being succeeded by Rev John Corbly for two years, who in turn was followed in 1783 by James' brother David Sutton.

    In 1783, together with Col McClean, James Sutton was appointed a trustee of Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, by its founding Act of Assembly. One year later, 10/30/1784, when the Mount Moriah Baptist Church of Georges Township was constituted as a branch of the Great Bethel Baptist Church, he was installed as its first pastor.

    In 1787, James Sutton moved to Monongalia Co, VA, where he was installed as the pastor of the Mount Pleasant Church. James preached in Ohio, and is recorded as the pastor of the first church organized in Warren Co, OH in 1797. This was the Clear Creek Baptist Church at Ridgeville, located only a few miles from where David Sutton settled in Warren Co. James also preached in Kentucky. ( by Mary Lou Hermiller)

    Children of James Sutton and Hannah Freeman are:

    i. JAMES6 SUTTON, b. 1735, Knowlton, Sussex Co., NJ; d. 1815, Byram, Sussex Co., NJ; m. MARY ?; b. Unknown; d. April 01, 1818.

    ii. JOHN SUTTON, b. Aft. 1735, Knowlton, Sussex Co., NJ; d. 1812, Mansfield, Sussex Co., NJ.

    iii. SARAH SUTTON, b. February 20, 1741/42, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., New Jersey; d. August 31, 1792, Knowlton, Sussex Co., NJ; m. JOSEPH REED, 1761, Sussex Co., NJ; b. 1733; d. April 18, 1792, Knowlton, Sussex Co., NJ.

    63. iv. JONATHAN SUTTON, b. 1750, Knowlton, Sussex Co., NJ; d. 1809, Mansfield, Sussex Co., NJ.

    64. v. JOSEPH SUTTON, b. March 17, 1762, Knowlton, Sussex Co., NJ; d. February 24, 1836, Hackettstown, Warren Co., NJ.

    65. vi. NATHAN SUTTON, b. December 04, 1767, Hackettstown, Warren Co., NJ; d. June 11, 1836, Northfield, Washington Co., MI. (Maine)

    vii. HANNAH SUTTON, b. 1765, Hackettstown, Warren Co., NJ; m. LEWIS FREEMAN, September 03, 1797; b. Unknown.

    Birth:
    American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) about James Sutton
    Name: James Sutton
    Birth Date: 1709
    Birthplace: New Jersey
    Volume: 172
    Page Number: 230
    Reference: Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 13 Nov 1933, 7249
    Source Information:
    Godfrey Memorial Library, comp.. American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
    Original data: Godfrey Memorial Library. American Genealogical-Biographical Index. Middletown, CT, USA: Godfrey Memorial Library.

    Family Data Collection - Births about James Sutton
    Name: James Sutton
    Father: John Sutton
    Mother: Elizabeth Conger
    Birth Date: 9 May 1709
    City: Middlesex
    State: NJ
    Country: USA
    Source Information:
    Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Births [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.

    Died:
    Family Data Collection - Individual Records about James Sutton
    Name: James Sutton
    Spouse: Hannah Freeman
    Parents: John Sutton, Elizabeth Conger
    Birth Place: Middlesex Co, Piscataway, NJ
    Birth Date: 9 May 1709
    Death Place: Hackettstown, Warren Co, NJ
    Death Date: 1791
    Source Citation: Birth year: 1709; Birth city: Piscataway; Birth state: NJ.
    Source Information:
    Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

    Family Data Collection - Deaths about James Sutton
    Name: James Sutton
    Death Date: 1791
    City: Warren
    State: NJ
    Country: USA
    Source Information:
    Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Deaths [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.

    Warren County did not exist in 1791 in the state of New Jersey. It was not founded until 1824.

    James — Hannah Louise Freeman. Hannah was born 1720; died 1786, Warren Twp., Warren, New Jersey, USA. [Group Sheet]


  5. 105.  Hannah Louise Freeman was born 1720; died 1786, Warren Twp., Warren, New Jersey, USA.

    Notes:

    Died:
    Warren County did not exist in 1786 in the state of New Jersey. It was not founded until 1824.

    Notes:

    Married:
    U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about James Sutton
    Name: James Sutton
    Gender: Male
    Birth Place: NJ
    Birth Year: 1709
    Spouse Name: Hannah Freeman
    Number Pages: 1
    Source Citation: Source number: 3633.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JJ2.

    Children:
    1. James Sutton was born 1735, Knowlton Twp., Sussex, New Jersey, USA; died 1815, Byram Twp., Sussex, New Jersey, USA.
    2. John Sutton was born Aft 1735, Knowlton Twp., Sussex, New Jersey, USA; died 1812, Mansfield Twp., Warren, New Jersey, Ontario.
    3. Sarah Sutton was born 20 Feb 1742, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA; died 31 Aug 1792, Knowlton Twp., Sussex, New Jersey, USA.
    4. 52. Joseph Sutton was born 17 Mar 1762, Knowlton Twp., Sussex, New Jersey, USA; died 24 Feb 1836, Hackettstown, Warren, New Jersey, USA; was buried , Hackettstown, Warren, New Jersey, USA.
    5. Hannah Sutton was born 1765, Hackettstown, Warren, New Jersey, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
    6. Nathan Sutton was born 4 Dec 1767, Hackettstown, Warren, New Jersey, USA; died 11 Jun 1836, Northfield, Washington, Maine, USA.

  6. 106.  Samuel G. Batson was born 1738, , , New Jersey, USA (son of Thomas Batson); died 12 Jan 1814, , , New Jersey, USA.

    Samuel — Mary Barrass. Mary was born 1739; died , , , England, United Kingdom. [Group Sheet]


  7. 107.  Mary Barrass was born 1739; died , , , England, United Kingdom.
    Children:
    1. Rebecca Batson was born 25 Feb 1759, Mansfield Twp., Warren, New Jersey, Ontario; died 25 Nov 1835, Hackettstown, Warren, New Jersey, USA.
    2. 53. Mary Batson was born Abt 1761, , , New Jersey, USA; died 18 Mar 1842, Mansfield Twp., Warren, New Jersey, Ontario.
    3. Thomas Batson was born 1763, Schooleys Mountain, Morris, New Jersey, USA; died 6 May 1846, Brantford, Brant, Ontario, Canada.


Generation: 8

  1. 192.  Daniel Eaton was born 1 Jun 1678, Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA (son of Daniel Eaton and Mary); died 11 Jan 1741, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.

    Notes:

    Resided in Lynn, MA and then removed to Tolland CT along with brother William (about 1713). He was granted land in Lambstown, now Hardwick, MA which land he sold to Thomas Powers of Worcester, MA the deed dated at Windsor, Conn. April, 1734.

    The death date of 11 Jan 1741 is from a family record and may be either his death or his son Daniel's death.

    (History and Genealogies of Ancient Windsor, p 191; the Eaton family section written by Daniel Cady Eaton)

    Daniel married Abigail Hebert 9 Oct 1704, Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. Abigail was born 24 Feb 1682; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


  2. 193.  Abigail Hebert was born 24 Feb 1682; died Yes, date unknown.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Abigail Hebbard

    Children:
    1. 96. Daniel Eaton was born 24 Jul 1707, Tolland, Tolland, Connecticut, USA; died , Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.

  3. 194.  John Cole was born 18 May 1668, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, USA (son of John Cole and Mary Knight); died 5 Feb 1737, Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , West Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.

    Other Events:

    • AFN: 94QV-LJ
    • Occupation: farmer
    • Find-a-Grave Link: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/169182911
    • Alt. Birth: 18 May 1668, Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
    • Alt. Death: 5 Feb 1737, Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA

    Notes:

    John Cole was the son of John Cole and Mary Knight of Salem, Mass. He was married in Reading, Mass. 24 Dec 1691 to Mary EATON, b. c. 1668, d. Boxford, MA 7 Oct 1746, aged 78, the daughter of Daniel Eaton and Mary (Ingalls?). He moved from Salem to Reading, where several children were born, then in 1700 to Lynn. In 1721 the family moved to Boxford where he resided in the West Parish. He was a tailor, and appears on tax lists in Boxford from 1721 to 1736, and was surveyor of highways in 1726. The bond of administration for his estate was given to Jonathan Cole, Thomas Peabody, and Thomas Howsy on 4 July 1737. His widow Mary refused administration on 28 July 1737. Inventory was dated 5 Sep 1737. Children, first four b. Reading, remainder b. Lynn, Mass.


    Family Data Collection - Individual Records about John Cole
    Name: John Cole
    Spouse: Mary Eaton
    Parents: John Cole, Mary Knight
    Birth Place: Essex Co, Salem, MA
    Birth Date: 18 May 1668
    Marriage Place: Reading, Middlesex Co, MA
    Marriage Date: 24 Dec 1691
    Death Place: Boxford, Essex Co, MA
    Death Date: 5 Feb 1736
    Source Citation: Birth year: 1668; Birth city: Salem; Birth state: MA.
    Source Information:
    Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

    U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about John Cole
    Name: John Cole
    Gender: Male
    Birth Place: Su
    Birth Year: 1668
    Spouse Name: Mary Eaton
    Spouse Birth Year: 1669
    Marriage
    Year: 1691
    Marriage State: Es
    Number Pages: 1
    Source Citation: Source number: 2005.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: PKS.
    Source Information:
    Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
    Original data: This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. Originally, the information was derived from an array of materials including pedigree charts, family history articles, querie.

    U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 about John Cole
    Name: John Cole
    SAR Membership: 52746
    Birth Date: 18 May 1668
    Death Date: 5 Feb 1737
    Spouse: Mary Cole
    Children: Jonathan Cole
    Source Citation: Volume 264; SAR Membership Number 52746.
    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.

    Alt. Birth:
    Barnstable County did not exist in 1668 in the state of Massachusetts. It was not founded until 1685.

    Died:
    It is likely that there is no extant grave marker for John, nor has any burial record been found. However, he lived in the west parish of Boxford, and his death was recorded in the Second Congregational Church there. This was the cemetery associated with that church at that time. His death was recorded in the Boxford vital record as 5 Feb 1736/7, dying "very suddenly."

    John married Mary Eaton 24 Dec 1691, Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. Mary (daughter of Daniel Eaton and Mary) was born 1 May 1669; died 7 Oct 1746, Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , West Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA. [Group Sheet]


  4. 195.  Mary Eaton was born 1 May 1669 (daughter of Daniel Eaton and Mary); died 7 Oct 1746, Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , West Boxford, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.

    Other Events:

    • AFN: FZP3-PM
    • Find-a-Grave Link: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/169183676

    Notes:

    Married:
    U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about John Cole
    Name: John Cole
    Gender: Male
    Birth Place: Su
    Birth Year: 1668
    Spouse Name: Mary Eaton
    Spouse Birth Year: 1669
    Marriage
    Year: 1691
    Marriage State: Es
    Number Pages: 1
    Source Citation: Source number: 2005.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: PKS.
    Source Information:
    Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
    Original data: This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. Originally, the information was derived from an array of materials including pedigree charts, family history articles, querie.

    Family Data Collection - Individual Records about John Cole
    Name: John Cole
    Spouse: Mary Eaton
    Parents: John Cole, Mary Knight
    Birth Place: Essex Co, Salem, MA
    Birth Date: 18 May 1668
    Marriage Place: Reading, Middlesex Co, MA
    Marriage Date: 24 Dec 1691
    Death Place: Boxford, Essex Co, MA
    Death Date: 5 Feb 1736
    Source Citation: Birth year: 1668; Birth city: Salem; Birth state: MA.
    Source Information:
    Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

    Children:
    1. Mary Cole was born 24 Jul 1693; died Yes, date unknown.
    2. Martha Cole was born 29 Mar 1695; died 14 Aug 1714, Reading, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom.
    3. Jonathan Cole was born 23 Apr 1698.
    4. Jonathan Cole was born 30 Sep 1699; died 6 Apr 1780, Westmoreland, Cheshire, New Hampshire, USA; was buried , Westmoreland, Cheshire, New Hampshire, USA.
    5. 97. Hannah Cole was born 1700; died 10 Mar 1781, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
    6. Daniel Cole was born 20 Jun 1703, Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, USA; died 1774, Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA; was buried , Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.
    7. Hephzibath Cole was born Abt 1705, Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, USA; died 1 Apr 1756, Dunstable, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.

  5. 208.  John David Sutton was born 20 Apr 1674, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA (son of William Sutton and Damaris Bishop); died 19 Dec 1750, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA.

    Notes:

    John bought land at Harrison's Neck in the Passaic Valley, New Jersey, November 11, 1741, and sold his land at Piscataway, Decmber 31, 1741. His will was dated December 17, 1746 and proved December 20, 1750. In 1713, John and 50 others of Middlesex county petitioned to the house of representatives of New Jersey.

    John was the first son of William to leave the Quaker church and become a Baptist.

    Notes for John Sutton:

    Married about 1695, Elizabeth Conger Removing from Piscataway, he settled at Passaic Valley, in Morris County, N. J., four to five miles from Basking Ridge in Somerset County. He bought land at Harrison's Neck, N. J., Nov. 11, 1741, and sold Piscataway lands, Dec. 31, 1741. His will (dated December 17, 1746) was probated December 20, 1750; so he must have died that year aged seventy-six. The will mentions all his children excepting Sarah. His wife Elizabeth died (according to her gravestone in the Baptist Churchyard at Stelton, Piscataway), May 10, 1731, aged fifty-two years.

    "John Sutton apparently lived first at Hingham, but later removed to Scituate, in the Plymouth Colony, where on 2 Dec 1653 he sold the lands "which the town of Hingham gave to John Sutton, my father." He was therefore of age at this date. Frequently mentioned in the Scituate records, he married ther 1 Jan 1661, Elizabeth House (Vital Records of Scituate, vol. 2, p. 283), the daughter of Samuel House. John Sutton had a large family. Children listed. John Sutton, Senior of Scituate, "aged 70 years or there abouts" in his will dated 12 Nov 1691, mentions the names of his children." ("Proceedings of the N.E. Hist. Gen. Society", Vol. 91, p.63)

    John Sutton, son of William and Damaris Sutton, b. 4/20/1674 Piscataway, NJ d. 12/19/1750 Piscataway, NJ and buried in Stelton, NJ; in 1695 he married Elizabeth Conger b. 1/1/1678 d. 5/10/1731 Piscataway, NJ) John was the first son of William to leave the Quaker Church to become a Baptist. He was a surveyor of land in Piscataway in 1741 and moved to Harrison's Neck NJ. Both he and Elizabeth are buried in the Baptist churchyard cemetary in Stalton, NJ. The original family of Elizabeth Conger came from France, via Holland, to England because of religous persecution. The will of her grandfather, William Belconger, was probated 12/2/1522 in Norfolk Co. Her father, John, was baptized in Yarmouth, Norfolk Co., England on 9/8/1633. The children of John and Elizabeth Sutton were: Moses b. 1669, Aaron b. 1699, John b. 1701, David b. 1703, Sarah b. 1706, James b. 1709, Jesse B. b. 1711, Elizabeth b. 1713, Mary b. 1717 and Ephrain b. 1719.

    Ch ildren of John Sutton and Elizabeth Conger are:

    29. ii. MOSES5 SUTTON, b. February 02, 1696/97, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., New Jersey; d. March 1739/40, Peapack, Somerset Co., New Jersey.

    iii. AARON SUTTON, b. July 02, 1699, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., New Jersey; d. Bef. 1746; m. UNKNOWN; b. Unknown; d. Unknown.

    30. iv. JOHN SUTTON, b. September 19, 1701, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., New Jersey; d. January 22, 1761, Somerset Co., New Jersey.

    v. SARAH SUTTON, b. July 21, 1706, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., New Jersey; d. Bef. 1746; m. PETER MARTIN; b. Unknown.

    31. vi. JAMES L. SUTTON, b. May 09, 1709, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., New Jersey; d. Abt. 1791, Hackettstown, Warren Co., New Jersey.

    32. vii. JESSE B. SUTTON, b. July 06, 1711, Somerset Co., NJ; d. 1795.

    viii. ELIZABETH SUTTON, b. October 10, 1713, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., New Jersey; d. Bef. 1746.

    33. ix. EPHRAIM SUTTON, b. December 07, 1719, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., New Jersey; d. December 1790, Somerset Co., New Jersey.

    x. MARY SUTTON, b. August 15, 1717, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., New Jersey; d. Aft. 1746, Piscataway, Middlesex Co., New Jersey.
    - http://www.dragonbbs.com/members/ww85 66/SuttonRobertAmbroseGenealogy.html

    Family Data Collection - Individual Records about John Sutton
    Name: John Sutton
    Spouse: Elizabeth Conger
    Parents: William Sutton, Damaris Bishop
    Birth Place: Piscataway, NJ
    Birth Date: 20 Apr 1674
    Marriage Place: Piscataway, NJ
    Marriage Date: 1695
    Death Date: 19 Dec 1750
    Source Citation: Birth year: 1674; Birth city: Piscataway; Birth state: NJ.
    Source Information:
    Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

    Birth:
    American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) about John Sutton
    Name: John Sutton
    Birth Date: 1674
    Birthplace: New Jersey
    Volume: 172
    Page Number: 233
    Reference: Andrew Mills and his des. By Eva Mills Lee Taylor. Bethesda, Md, 1944. (150p.):119-120 Gen. Column of the " Boston Transcript". 1906-1941.( The greatest single source of material for gen. Data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 1 Jul 1932, 3989; 13 Nov 1933, 7249
    Source Information:
    Godfrey Memorial Library, comp.. American Genealogical-Biographical Index (AGBI) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
    Original data: Godfrey Memorial Library. American Genealogical-Biographical Index. Middletown, CT, USA: Godfrey Memorial Library.

    Family Data Collection - Births about John Sutton
    Name: John Sutton
    Father: William Sutton
    Mother: Damaris Bishop
    Birth Date: 20 Apr 1674
    City: Piscataway
    State: NJ
    Country: USA
    Source Information:
    Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Births [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.

    Middlesex County did not exist in 1674 in the state of New Jersey. It was not founded until 1683.

    John married Elizabeth Conger 1695, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA. Elizabeth (daughter of John Conger and Mary Kelly) was born 1 Jan 1677, Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA; died 10 May 1731, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA. [Group Sheet]


  6. 209.  Elizabeth Conger was born 1 Jan 1677, Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA (daughter of John Conger and Mary Kelly); died 10 May 1731, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA.

    Notes:

    Family Data Collection - Individual Records about Elizabeth Conger
    Name: Elizabeth Conger
    Parents: John Belconger Conger, Mary Kelly
    Birth Place: Woodbridge, NJ
    Birth Date: 1 Jan 1677
    Death Place: Piscatway, Middlesex, NJ
    Death Date: 10 May 1731
    Source Citation: Birth year: 1677; Birth city: Woodbridge; Birth state: NJ.
    Source Information: Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

    Family Data Collection - Individual Records about Elizabeth Conger
    Name: Elizabeth Conger
    Spouse: John Sutton
    Parents: John Conger, Mary Kelly
    Birth Place: Middlesex, Middlesex, NJ
    Birth Date: 1 Jan 1677
    Marriage Place: Piscataway, Middlesex, NJ
    Marriage Date: 1695
    Death Place: Middlesex, Middlesex, NJ
    Death Date: 10 May 1731
    Source Citation: Birth year: 1677; Birth city: Middlesex; Birth state: NJ.
    Source Information: Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

    Birth:
    Middlesex County did not exist in 1677 in the state of New Jersey. It was not founded until 1683.

    Died:
    Family Data Collection - Deaths about Elizabeth Conger
    Name: Elizabeth Conger
    Death Date: 10 May 1731
    City: Piscataway
    County: Middlesex
    State: NJ
    Country: USA
    Source Information: Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Deaths [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2001.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Family Data Collection - Individual Records about John Sutton
    Name: John Sutton
    Spouse: Elizabeth Conger
    Parents: William Sutton, Damaris Bishop
    Birth Place: Middlesex, Piscataway, NJ
    Birth Date: 20 Apr 1674
    Marriage Place: Woodbridge, Middlesex, NJ
    Marriage Date: 1695
    Death Date: Dec 1750
    Source Citation: Birth year: 1674; Birth city: Piscataway; Birth state: NJ.
    Source Information:
    Edmund West, comp.. Family Data Collection - Individual Records [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.

    U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 about John Sutton
    Name: John Sutton
    Gender: Male
    Birth Place: NJ
    Birth Year: 1674
    Spouse Name: Elizabeth Conger
    Spouse Birth Place: NJ
    Spouse Birth Year: 1678
    Marriage Year: 1695
    Marriage State: NJ
    Number Pages: 1
    Source Citation: Source number: 4157.000; Source type: Electronic Database; Number of Pages: 1; Submitter Code: JJK.
    Source Information:
    Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
    Original data: This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. Originally, the information was derived from an array of materials including pedigree charts, family history articles, querie.

    Children:
    1. Moses Sutton was born 2 Feb 1697, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA; died Mar 1740, Peapack, Somerset, New Jersey, USA.
    2. Aaron Sutton was born 2 Jul 1699, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA; died Bef 1746.
    3. John Sutton was born 19 Sep 1701, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA; died 22 Jan 1761, , Somerset, New Jersey, USA.
    4. David Sutton was born 31 Jul 1703, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA; died 19 Dec 1775, Bernardsville, Somerset, New Jersey, USA.
    5. Sarah Sutton was born 21 Jul 1706, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA; died Bef 1746.
    6. 104. James L. Sutton was born 9 May 1709, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA; died 1791, Hackettstown, Warren, New Jersey, USA.
    7. Jesse B. Sutton was born 6 Jul 1711, , Somerset, New Jersey, USA; died 1795.
    8. Elizabeth Sutton was born 10 Oct 1713, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA; died Bef 1746.
    9. Mary Sutton was born 15 Aug 1717, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA; died Aft 1746, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA.
    10. Ephraim Sutton was born 7 Dec 1719, Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey, USA; died Dec 1790, , Somerset, New Jersey, USA.

  7. 212.  Thomas Batson died Yes, date unknown.
    Children:
    1. 106. Samuel G. Batson was born 1738, , , New Jersey, USA; died 12 Jan 1814, , , New Jersey, USA.


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