Settlers of Highlands East

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1 Alice Boyce lived with her brother Nathin Boyce when the 1911 census was done. Boyce, Mabel Alice (I917)
 
2 Allis Liscombe is a grandaughter of Andres & Mary Liscombe Liscombe, Allis (I3330)
 
3 Anita Bamford (nee Schlegel) passed away suddenly and peacefully in her home at Highland Grove on January 10, 2001. Anita was the much beloved wife of Chester Bamford. She is survived by Chester and by her brothers and sisters, Rudi Schlegel of Dundas, Ontario, Inge Ravida of Stoney Creek, Ontario, Erika Lubrano of Jupiter, Florida and Arthur Schlegel, Angelo Schlegel and Burga Nowatski in her native Germany. Anita was born on September 15, 1932. She emigrated from Germany to Canada as a young woman in 1952 following World War II to seek a life in this country with its tradition of peace. She lived for some years in Toronto and Hamilton where she became a Registered Nurse (RN), a profession she served in for 23 years. In 1967, she became a Born Again Christian. She married Edgar Schunk and moved to the Haliburton Highlands, where she continued to live after his death in the 1990's. Anita married Chester Bamford, her neighbour of many years, on November 10, 1995. She was his partner in all things and her strength and loving kindness gave him constant joy, comfort and companionship. Anita took pleasure in looking after her husband, her home and her garden and was an excellent cook. She was also a very compassionate person. For several years, she worked as a volunteer with Maggie's in Bancroft helping abused women. She also helped her community by giving informal help and counselling to those who had difficulty coping with their lives. Her spirit is still with us. As Chester returns to the house, his first thoughts turn toward being welcomed by Anita's loving presence. Anita was a practical person of simple tastes who did not appreciate anything showy or pompous. She asked that her passing be marked with a minimum of ceremony. At her request, her remains are being cremated and there will be no funeral service. She will be sadly missed by Chester, her family and the many friends she made here in the Highlands.  Schegel, Anita (I5429)
 
4 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Rickman, Mary (I4055)
 
5 At the time of 1911 Census John Langdon was boarding with Fredrick Perry Langdon(?) Langston(?), John (I3436)
 
6 At the time of the 1911 Census, John Doxtater was living with his grandparents Samuel and Morinda Doxtater Doxtator, John Herbert (I3439)
 
7 At the time of the 1921 census John Scheffenburgh was living with John Watson and his family. Scheffenburgh, John Henry C (I3867)
 
8 At the time of the 1921 census, Eva Young was living with her grandparents, Lyman & Eliza Dillman





 
Young, Eva (I3842)
 
9 Barbara Jane Madill's tombstone said she was the loving mother of 8 children. Madill, Barbara Jane (I1260)
 
10 Constance Hemphill was a Lieutenant WRENS Hemphill, Constance (I4718)
 
11 George Dack is a nephew of Thomas and Elizabeth Dack Dack, George (I3236)
 
12 MAGUIRE, KENNETH EDMUND (KEN)

former Reeve of Glamorgan, suddenly in Pontypool on Sunday, October 27th, 2002 in his 80th year. Beloved husband of Eileen Stewart of Pontypool. Loving father of Donna Bryant (Walter of Pontypool. Cherished grandpa of Kevin Bryant (Heather) of Vineland, and Paula Kennedy (Darryl) of Oshawa. Proud great grandfather of Trent and Hailey Bryant of Vineland. Dear brother of Irene Hargreaves of Cobourg. Predeceased by his sisters Hazel and Margaret. Friends were invited to call at the Mackey Funeral Home, 33 Peel Street, Lindsay (705) 328­2721 on Wednesday from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. and on Thursday, October 31st from 10:00 a.m. until time of funeral service in the chapel at 11:00 a.m. Cremation followed. Inurnment later at Riverside Cemetery, Lindsay. As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Kelli Mitchell Memorial Camp fund c/o City of Kawartha Lakes Boys & Girls Club would be appreciated by the family.  
Maguire, Kenneth Edmund (I5444)
 
13 Matthew W. Spillenaar, a retired millwright, died Wednesday (July 8, 1998) in Kenmore Mercy Hospital after a brief illness.

Spillenaar, 85, of Burt Circle, was born in Pittsburgh and lived in Lewiston for the past 25 years. He also lived in Niagara Falls for 35 years.

Spillenaar worked as a millwright for the General Motors plant in the Town of Tonawanda for 30 years, retiring in 1978.

He was a member of Lodge 132, F&AM, in Niagara Falls and was an avid hunter and fisherman.

His wife, Reta G. Hunter Spillenaar, died in 1991.

Survivors include a son, Keith; a daughter, Barbara Everett of Apple Valley, Calif.; a brother, John of Kitchener, Ont.; two sisters, Ruth Jabel of Lindsay, Ont., and Alyda Dewey of Gooderham, Ont.; and two grandchildren.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday in Hardison Funeral Home, North Fourth and Ridge streets. Burial will be in Acacia Park Cemetery, Pendleton. [n/fischer] 
Spillenaar, Mathew (I5458)
 
14 NEWBATT, RUFUS ARTHUR

In loving memory of Rufus Arthur Newbatt. At Meaford General Hospital, on Monday, November 26, 2001 in his 87th year. Beloved husband of the late Elmona Collier (1969) and the late Ethel King (2001). Rufus was predeceased by his brothers Alfred, Lawrence, Clifton, Eldridge, sister Lyla and granddaughter Bonnie. Loving father of Lela McColl (Clayton), Barbara Shendelman, Art (Sue), Ron (Shannon), Joan Tretheway (John), Jim, Ivan (Joanne), Lorraine Vachon (Jay), Vernon (Anita). Loving stepfather of Morley (Marilyn), Murray (Gayle) and Tom (Marilyn) Watson, Darlene McDowell (David) and Karen Saltarelli (Rick). Survived by sister Gladys Watson, brother-in-laws Verdun Collier and Daniel King, sister-in-laws Merthalene Broughton and Ruth Young; many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends across Canada. The family received friends at the HALIBURTON COMMUNITY FUNERAL HOME, Hwy. #118, Haliburton, Ontario (705) 457­9209 on Thursday afternoon, November 29, 2001 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service was in the Chapel on Friday morning, November 30, 2001 at 11 o'clock. Interment Evergreen Cemetery, Haliburton. As expressions of sympathy donations to the Errinrung Palliative Care Program Thornbury, Ontario would be appreciated by the family.  
Newbatt, Rufus Arthur (I2185)
 
15 Ralph Hammell was a grandson of George and Mary Hammell

 
Hammell, Ralph E (I3265)
 
16 Stanley Stoughton, his wife Margaret and their youngest son Michael all died in a car accident on May 20 1961.They had four other children but they were not in the accident. Stoughton, Stanley Dayton (I4547)
 
17 Thomas Dack is a nephew of Thomas & Elizabeth Dack Dack, Thomas (I3235)
 
18 Vernal Hambly is shown on the 1911 census as the granddaughter of George Hambly and Mary A Sinclair. Hambly, Vernal (I3649)
 
19 Victoria Alice Sears - her name shows as Victoria Alice Tompkins and states that she was wife of William H Donaldson and Harry E Tompkins Sears, Victoria Alice (I4292)
 
20 When the 1911 census was done Thomas Graham lived with his nephew Ezrom Ames and his family. Graham, Thomas (I793)
 
21 William Quin was listed in the 1911 Census as Hired Help for Benjamin Cafe Quin, William (I3443)