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1  Family: F51
 
2 ENGA: CONC arsdale High School and Lasell Seminary."
ENGA: @F009@ FAM 
Family: F8
 
3 Norman was a bachelor at the time of his marriage to Ora indicating that he had not been previously married Family: F374
 
4 Ora was a spinster at the time of her marriage to Norman indicating that she had not been previously married. Family: F374
 
5 Since the children Bertha (b Abt. 1906) and Alfred (b Abt. 1907) were children from Clara's first marriage, Clara and James Hayden must have been married after 1907. The 1920 Census shows that they were married. So they must have married between 1907 and 1920. Family: F5
 
6 Sister Martha Blanche Aspden was a witness at Mary's wedding: 3157-04 - James THOMPSON, 24, farmer, Normandale, Normandale, s/o George & Jane McGRYOR, married, 22, Houghton, Walsh, d/o M. & Maggie MURPHY. Witn: James THOMPSON of Normandale and Blanche APSDEN of Walsh, Family: F277
 
7 SOURCE: 1869-1917 Ontario Archives, microfilm MS 932
14017-05 Joseph Alex THOMPSON, 22, farmer, Normandale, same, s/o George THOMPSON & Jane McGREGOR, married Martha Blanche ASPDEN, 20, Hemlock, Walsh, d/o Michael ASPDEN & Maggie J. MURPHY, witn: Therciel? & Pearl V. ASPDEN of Walsh, 20 Dec 1905 at Walsh (Format: registration #, groom's name, age, occupation, his birth place, his residence, his parents' names; bride's name, age, her birthplace, her residence, her parents' names; witnesses, date & place of marriage) 
Family: F218
 
8 Source: London Township Families Past & Present, Vol II. (Family Profiles p.
141-142)

GARD

George Gard and his wife Mary Ann Elizabeth Strowbridge left England in 1882
with their six children, Annie, Alice, Emily, Edith, Georgina and Frederick
Charles. They settled at Pt S1/2 Lot 21, Con. 2 (Oxford St. West) when they
purchased the former Montague property. George cleared the land for his market
garden.

Annie, the eldest child, married James Hill. Alice married James Newman. Emily
married "Red" Farrell. Edith married Harry Smith, then Fred Solomon. Georgina
married John Mitchell. Frederick C. "Fred" (1877-1946), the youngest issue,
spent several years in the militia of the Canadian Forces. In 1907, he married
Ethel Marie HOWE, daughter of Robert HOWE and Emily SHAW, and had four children:
Edith Gladys, George Frederick, Helen Rosabell, and John Robert. He later
purchased an additional eight acres on Hutton Sideroad and started a market
garden and greenhouse business on the property which flourished with his
children's assistance. In the fall and winter, crops of leaf lettuce, green
onions, parsley, and watercress were grown in the greenhouse. Rhubarb roots were
forced in the basement of the house. At that time, large quantities of cabbage,
carrots and potatoes were stored in the basement or sometimes in pits. Most of
these vegetables were sold at Covent Garden Market, but some produce was also
delivered to customers such as Victoria Hospital. Frederick captured any prized
in the Ontario Vegetable Growers Association and Western Fair competitions. His
greatest satisfaction came when he won first prize at a Christmas competition at
Covent Garden Market.

For many years, Fred served on the board of stewards of Empress Avenue United
Church and was a school trustee at S.S. #20. One memorable incident in the
family's history occurred in August 1932 when a train derailed on the other side
of Oxford Street. The resulting fire sent sparks spewing into the air and
landing on the roof of the Gard house. Hoses were used to make sure the house
and barn did not catch fire.

Of the children, Gladys (1908-1967) married Frank S. Liddell, and her sister,
Helen (1914-1998) married Harold R. Lucas (see Liddell and Lucas). In 1941,
George (1911-1969) married Ruth Myrtle Fraleigh (1922) of London. They lived
east of George's parents on Oxford St. until 1966, when they moved to Broughdale
Avenue. Their children were Robert George (1942), Carolyn Ann (1945), David
Charles (1950-1968), and Paul Stephen (1958), none of whom resided here after
annexation. After George died, Ruth married Ben Mould from London and moved to
Camrose, Alberta. John (1921-1970), youngest child of Fred and Ethel, married
Betty Jean Darley of Woodstock, had a son Larry, and lived for a time on Hutton
Sideroad, north of Oxford Street.

Burial plots for family members are in Mount Pleasant (Gard) and St. George's,
London Township (Liddell). 
Family: F29
 
9 The DAR Application for Membership for Dorothy Riebel appears to read "12/1/1849" but it might be 1847. Family: F745
 
10 W.H. Mabee and Emma Mabee of Port Rowan, Ontario were witnesses at the marriage of Ora Thompson and Norman White. Family: F374
 
11 Headstone: Thompson, Beulah L., b. 1920, d. 2005, w/o W. Eugene Thompson Beulah L.
 
12 Schedule 1, Page 99 of the 1st enumeration of the 1870 Census shows a household which included The household included Jno. (John) Weinman (53, Abt. 1817, Bavaria / Bayern), Cath Weinman (49, Abt. 1821, Bavaria / Bayern), Rosa Weinman (14, Abt. 1856, PA), Annie Weinman (12, Abt. 1858, PA), George Weinman (10, Abt. 1860, PA) and John (8, Abt. 1862, PA). Jno was a farm laborer and Cath kept house. The census indicates that Jno was a "Male citizen of the US of 21 years of age and upwards," indicating that he had been naturalized prior to 1870. The family was enumerated on 12 Jul 1870 in Philadelphia Ward 21 District 70, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Catharine
 
13 The household included John (53), Cathren or Cath (49), Rosa (14), Annie (12), George (10) and John (8). Catharine
 
14 The household included John (53, Abt 1817), Cathren (49, Abt 1821), Rosa (14, Abt 1856), Annie (12, Abt 1858), George (10, Abt 1860) and John (8, Abt 1862). The family lived on Velenton (Glenton?) Avenue in Philadelphia. Catharine
 
15 The household includes John (63, b. 1817 Germany), Catherine Weyman (59, b. 1821 Germany), Annie Weyman (22, b. 1858, PA), George Weyman (20, b. 1860 PA), John Weyman (18*, PA) and grand-daughter Charlotte Weyman (12, b. 1868 PA). John was a laborer; Catherine Keeps House. Annie was a mill hand. George was a machinist. John was a mill hand. Charlotte was in school. Charlotte is listed as a grand-daughter; both her parents were born in Germany. Catharine
 
16 The household includes John Wyman (41), Cath Wyman (39), Philip Wyman (14),
Rosa Wyman (4), and Ann Wyman (2). ?Ctab?DJohn Wyman was born in Biern Germany abt 1819. Cath Wyman was born in Biern Germany abt 1821. Philip Wyman was born in Biern Germany abt 1846. Rosa Wyman was born in New Jersey abt 1856. Ann Wyman was born in New Jersey abt 1858. John was a laborer. They resided in Philadelphia Ward 24 Precinct 4. 
Catharine
 
17 CENS: CONC r WILTAUX, and indexed as WITTANX in that census.
CENS: SOUR @S10255@ 
Christina
 
18 The Ginocchio family is included in this tree because in 1900 our Joseph Vignato apparently lived with the family as a "servant." The household included: John Ginocchio (33), Ellen Ginocchio (31), Sadie Ginocchio (14), Edith Ginocchio (12), Stephen Ginocchio (10), Joseph Vignato (23) and Sabato Marena (16). The census shows that both Ellen's parents were born in Ireland. It indicates that she could read, write and speak English. Edith
 
19 According to his obituary, Rev. Boehme came to Youngstown 38 years ago to accept the pastorate of Martin Luther church and served that congregation until 1910, when he resigned because of failing health. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
20 According to his obituary, Rev. Boehme moved to Youngstown, Ohio about 1885. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
21 According to his passport application, he was naturalized as a citizen of the United States before the Probate Court of ???? Co. at Columbus, O., on the sixth day of October 1884, as shown by the accompanying Certificate of Naturalization. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
22 Before becoming head of Capital university he was in Pittsburg for several years. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
23 For three years before coming to Youngstown he was president of Capital university at Columbus. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
24 For three years before coming to Youngstown he was president of Capital university of Columbus. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
25 He came to Younstown to accept the pastorate of Martin Luther church and served that congregation until 1910, when he resigned because of failing health. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
26 He completed his education at the German Lutheran Theological seminary in Columbus. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
27 He completed his studies in the German Lutheran Theological Seminary in Columbus Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
28 He emigrated to the United States from Zittau, Kingdom of Saxony, Germany. He departed from Hamburg, Germany on 5 Sept 1864 on board the S.S. Kepler and arrived in New York on 25 Oct 1864; the final destination was Pennsylvania. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
29 He owned a home and it was not mortgaged. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
30 He received his early education in the Gymnasium in Zittau. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
31 He received his early education in the Gymnasium in Zittau. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
32 He served as first vice president of the Evangelical Lutheran Joint Synod of Ohio. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
33 He served as German secretary of the Evangelical Lutheran Joint Synod of Ohio. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
34 He was a leader in the Lutheran church serving as first vice president of the same body from 1896 to 1910. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
35 He was a leader in the Lutheran church serving as German secretary of the Evangelical Lutheran Joint Synod of Ohio from 1886 to 1896. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
36 He was editor of the Kinderfreude, a Sunday school paper, for 12 years and of the Kirchenzeitung, the German organ of the Joint Synod of Ohio, for six years.

He was president of the board of trustees of the German Lutheran seminary for 20 years, and of Capital university for several years. 
Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
37 He was ordained as an Evangelical Lutheran minister in 1868. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
38 He was ordained as an Evangelical Lutheran minister. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
39 Rev. E. Adolph Boehme and his wife Mary traveled on the S.S. Finland from Antwerp and Dover, Belgium to New York. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
40 The household included Adolph E Boehme (61), Mary B Boehme (59), Lydia M Boehme (36), Emma E Boehme (29). They lived at 521 Yale Avenue, Younstown, Ohio.

According to the census, Adolph was born about 1849 in Germany; both his parents were born in Germany. He had been married 39 years, since about 1871. He immigrated in 1865 and was a naturalized citizen. He is a German Lutheran Minister. He could read and write. Owned a house which was not mortgaged.

Mary (59) was born about 1851 in Ohio. Both her mother and father were born in Germany. She'd had 5 children and all were living. She had no occupation. She could read and write.

Lydia M Boehme (36) was born about 1874 in Indiana. In 1910 she is single. She teaches German at a public school. She was out of work on April 15, 1910 but not during 1909. She could read and write.

Emma E. Boehme (29) was born about 1881 in Ohio. In 1910 she is single. She has no occupation. She could read and write. 
Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
41 The household included Ernest A Boehme (71), his wife Mary B Boehme (68), and their daughters Lydia Boehme (46) and Emma E Boehme (39). It indicates that Ernest immigrated in 1864 and that he was born about 1849 in Saxony. He was naturalized in 1884. He is a minister in the German Lutheran Church. Mary was born about 1852 in Ohio. Her father was born in Hesse-Nassau?Cb?D ?C/b?Dand her mother was born in Hesse. Lydia was born about 1874 in Indiana; she is single and is a teacher in a public school. Emma was born about 1881 in Ohio; she is single. Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
42 The household included Ernst Boehme (51), Mary Boehme (49), Lydia M Boehme (24), Dora T Boehme (23), Adolph L Boehme (22) and Emma E Boehme (20). The family lived at 107 West Wood Street, Youngstown, Ohio.

The census indicates that Ernst was born May 1849 in Germany. He immigrated in 1865 and is naturalized. He was married in 1871. Both his mother and father were born in Germany. He is a minister.

Mary was born Feb 1851 in Ohio. Both her mother and father were born in Germany. She had five children and all were living.

Daugher Lydia (24) was born in Sep 1875 in Indiana. She is Single. She is a school teacher.

Daughter Dora (23) was born in Sep 1876 in Indiana. She is Single. She is employed but the job title is illegible (saferlady?).

Son Adolph (22) was born in Oct 1877 in Indiana. He is Single. He is "at school."

Daughter Emma (20) was born in May 1880 in Ohio. She is Single. 
Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
43 The household included: EA Boehme (32), wife MB Boehme (29), daughter EA Boehme (8), daughter AML Boehme (6), daughter KD Boehme (4), son JA Boehme (2), daughter EE Boehme (1m) and boarder TB Walker (25). They resided in the Village of New Washington in Cranberry Township, County of Crawford, Ohio. They were ennumerated on June 5th, 1880.

EA Boehme was born abt 1848 in Saxony, as were his mother and father. He is a minister.

MB Boehme was born in Ohio in about 1851; her parents were both born in Germany.

Daughter EA Boehme was born about 1872 in Indiana.
Daughter AML Boehme was born about 1874 in Indiana.
Daughter KD Boehme was born about 1876 in Indiana.
Son JA Boehme was born about 1878 in Indiana.
Daughter EE Boehme was born in May 1880 in Ohio. 
Ernest Adolph Boehme
 
44 The household included: Nicholas Dona (38), Frances Dona (33), son Vincent Dona (10), daughter Gloria Dona (4), his mother Filomena Dona (67) and a cousin George Stephani (27).

The census indicates that Filomena is a 67-year-old widowed woman. She could not read or write. She was born in Italy, as were her mother and father. It shows her native langauge was Italian and she could not speak English. She immigrated in 1883 and was an alien. 
Filomena
 
45 The household included: Vincent Dona (55) and wife Filomena Dona (50).

The census indicates that Filomena was a 50-year-old white married female who rented a home. The census transcription indicates that she immigrated in 1888; I question this date. The 1930 Census shows that she immigrated in 1883. The census indicates that she was an alien. She was born in Italy and could speak Italian. Both her parents were born in Italy. She could speak English. She was not employed. 
Filomena
 
46 The household included: Vincent Dona (62), Mana Dona (52) and Nick Dona (18).

The census indicates that Mana was a 52-year-old married female, married when she was 23. She had 3 children; only one was still living. She and her mother and father were all born in N. Italy. She immigrated in 1887. She could speak English. 
Filomena
 
47 (Research):CEMETERY - NOT buried in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery (Coram) Francesa Louisa
 
48 I question the data related to the marriage as presented in the 1900 census which suggests that "She has been married for 19 years and was married in 1881. She has 3 children, all are living." The 1910 Census indicates that Hugo has been married twice and Jennie once. The 1910 Census suggests that they were married 19 years. It indicates that Jennie has one child, which is living (Earl). This plus the age gap between the two older daughters and the son Earl might support the idea that Hugo married twice. Jennie
 
49 She lived with her son Earl. Jennie
 
50 The household included Ernest H Boehme (54), Jennie Boehme (47) and Earl Boehme (18).

Ernest H Boehme (54)was born about 1856 in Germany. Both his mother and father were born in Germany. He immigrated in 1863. He is naturalized. It appears that he may have married twice (M-2). He has been married to Jennie for 19 years (about 1891). He is a jeweler in his own shop; he works on his "own account." He owns a home (vs. rents), but it is difficult to determine if it's mortgaged or owned free. He can read and write.

Jennie Boehme (47) was born about 1863 in Pennsylvania. Both her father and mother were born in Pennsylvania. It appears that he may have married once (M-1). Shee has been married to Ernest for 19 years (about 1891). She has one child, who is living (Earl b 1892). This indicates that the first two children, Elsa (b 1882) and Stella (b 1883) were from Ernest's first wife. She can read and write.

Earl Boehme (18) was born about 1892 in Pennsylvania. He is single. He is a salesman in retail jewelry (probably his father's shop) where he earns wages. He has not attended school since Sept 1, 1909. 
Jennie
 

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