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Marriage Registers of St. James Anglican Church/Cathedral,York (Toronto), 1800 to 1896, as recorded in Landmarks of Toronto : a collection of historical sketches of the old town of York from 1792 until 1837 and of Toronto from 1834 to [1914] ; volume 3, pp.395 ff., by John Ross Robertson 1894(includingbiographical notations on some individuals and families by J.R.R.) Source: Internet Archives Public Domain

1833

Marriage Performed by J. HUDSON

3 January, 1833, by license, John THOMPSON, of the town ofYork,widower, and Rosannah KERR, of the same place, spinster. Witnesses,Patrick BYRNE and Anna DEGG.

Marriage Performed by Thomas PHILLIPS, D.D.

5 January, 1833, by license, Thomas JACKSON, bachelor andHannah BURN,spinster, both of the town of York. Witnesses, IshmaelIREDALE,Elizabeth BURN. Dr. PHILLIPS was rector of Mimico, residingon thesouth side of Lambton Hill. His house is still standing in1898.

Marriages Performed by J. HUDSON

3 January, 1833, Banns, Henry ELLIOTT, bachelor, of the townof York,and Ellen McCLOCKIE, widow, of the same place. Witnesses,John JAMES,John F. MATTHEW.

14 January, 1833, by license, Thomas WILSON, of the townshipof York,bachelor, and Margaret HART, of the town of York, spinster. Witnesses,James MURRAY, Elizabeth BARNFATHER.

15 January, 1833, Banns, John SWANTON, of the town of York,bachelor,and Elizabeth AIKENS, of the same place, spinster. Witnesses, ThomasGERMYN, Michael O'REILLY.

16 January, 1833, Banns, John DEARY, of the township ofBeverley,bachelor, and Dounda FRY, of the town of York, spinster. Witnesses,William KNOTT, William CLARK.

17 January, 1833, by license, Nathaniel JOHNSTON, of thetownship ofToronto, bachelor, and Mary Ann STEEN, of the same township,spinster. Witnesses, Martin MORRISON, H. EUMPONEY.

17 January, 1833, by license, Thomas COKELY, of the town ofYork, andMary Hutchinson FLYNN, of the same place, widow. Witnesses,James BURNand Ellen CLARK.

28 January, 1833, [? or 18 January] by license, James ADAMS,of thetownship of Scarboro', bachelor and Ann ELLIS, of the sametownship,spinster. Witnesses, Edward Joseph FORD, Sarah ADAMS.

18 January, 1833, Banns, John BULLEN, of the town of York,bachelor, andAnn JONES, of the same place, spinster. Witnesses, WilliamJONES,Louise JONES.

21 January, 1833, Banns, Andrew PEARCE, of the town of York,widower,and Mary Ann ELLIS, of the same place, widow. Witnesses,George RULEand Ann RULE.

21 January, 1833, Banns, George BULLOCK, bachelor, of thetownship ofArons, and Ann HOLLAND, of the same township, widow. Witness, RachelALEXANDER.

Marriage Performed by Samuel J. S. LOCKHART, OfficioMinister

28 January, 1833, by special license, John TAYLOR, of thetownship ofScarboro', bachelor, and Leonora CAMERON, of the town ofYork,spinster. Witnesses, David BROWNE, Reuben ROBINSON, JohnFENTON. Mr.LOCKHART, who officiated, was a missionary employed to workin Canada bythe S.P.G.

Marriages Performed by J. HUDSON

28 January, 1833, by license, James Augustus ALEXANDER, ofthe villageof Streetsville, bachelor, and Mary REID, of the same place,widow. Witnesses, John BARNETT, Alexander HAMILTON.

29 January, 1833, by license, William JOHNSON, of thetownship ofNelson, in the district of Gore, bachelor, and ElizabethHYDE, of thesame township, spinster. Witnesses, Thomas HYDE, JaneLAPTHAN.

2 February, 1833, by license, Richard Hocking OATES, of thetown ofYork, bachelor, and Isabella Wright RODDY, of the sameplace, spinster. Witnesses, William CRAWFORD, John RODDY.

3 February, 1833, by license, Thomas BELL, of the town ofYork,bachelor, and Catherine KENDRICK, of Newmarket, spinster. Witnesses,James BELL, Thomas H. TAYLOR.

6 February, 1833, by license, Thomas Stephens THORN, of thetown ofYork, bachelor, and Catherine HANAN, of the same place,spinster. Witnesses, William TAYLOR, Mary TAYLOR.

11 February, 1833, by license, Francis JACKSON, of the townof York,widower, and Mary CHADWICK, of the same place, spinster. Witnesses,William WALKER, Sarah CHADWICK.

14 February, 1833, by license, William WALKER, of the townof York,widower, and Sarah CHADWICK, of the same place, spinster. Witness,George WALKER.

Marriage Performed by Rev. Dr. John STRACHAN

4 March, 1833, by special license, George Taylor DENISON, ofthetownship of York, in the Home district, widower, andElizabeth EleanorTODD, of the town of York, widow. Witnesses, E. J. INGTON,J. HUDSON,John FENTON. This is almost the only entry where the nameof the Rev.J. HUDSON appears as a witness.

Marriage Performed by Charles Dade, Minister

3 March, 1833, by license, Thomas STEEL, township of York,and RebeccaTRIMMER, of Etobicoke.

Marriages Performed by J. HUDSON

5 March, 1833, by license, William PEXTON, of the townshipofWhitchurch, bachelor, and Margaret BEAL, of the township ofMarkham,spinster. Witnesses, Ann BEAL, Thomas STEPHENSON.

8 March, 1833, by special license, George RIDLER, of thetown of York,bachelor, and Harriet Violett SNOOK, of the same place,spinster. Witnesses, John SNOOK, Mary Ann Violett SNOOK, JohnFENTON.

8 March, 1833, by special license, John LACEY, of the townof York,bachelor, and Emma Violet SNOOK, of the same place,spinster. Witnesses, John SNOOK, Mary Ann Violett SNOOK, John FENTON. Violett isevidently the proper way of spelling the second name of theMissesSNOOK. It is a surname, not a Christian name, in theseinstances,though Mr. HUDSON evidently took it for the latter.

16 March, 1833, by license, Humphrey JESSOP, of the town ofYork,bachelor and Margaret STEPHENS, of the same place, spinster.Witnesses,Matthew PARKE, Ann SAPENS.

20 March, 1833, by special license, Thomas COOPER, of thetownship ofYork, in the Home District, bachelor, and Anna Maria ELLIS,of the townof York, in the said District, spinster. Witnesses, Chas.STOTESBURY,James ELLIS, John FENTON.

21 March, 1833, Banns, John CRAIG, bachelor, of the townshipof York,and Mary McLEAN, of the same township, spinster. Witness,Maria COOK.

1 April, 1833, Banns, James CLARKE, of the town of York,bachelor, andAnn HUGHES, of the same place, spinster. Witnesses, Eli D.GOWN, ElizaCOTTON.

3 April, 1833, by license, James CARROLL, of the town ofYork, bachelor,and Sarah CHAMBERS, of the same place, widow. Witnesses,HumphreyBENNET, James WILLIAMS.

9 April, 1833, by license, Robert PIERSON, of the townshipof York,bachelor, and Mary Anne CROSS, of the same township,spinster. Witnesses, Thos. CROSS, Bridget HANOVER.

17 April, 1833, Banns, Richard SMITH, of the township ofYork, bachelor,and Elizabeth KEANAN, of the same place, spinster. Witnesses, S.PRESTON and W. ELLER.

Marriages Performed by Rev. Dr. John STRACHAN

17 April, 1833, by special license, Samuel TOWNSEND,bachelor, andMargaret PHILLIPS, spinster, both of York. Witnesses, JamesMcMULLIN,Mary KEAN.

6 May, 1833, Banns, John BARNE, bachelor, and ElizabethSAMPSON, widow,both of this parish. Witnesses, Edward WOOD, IsabellaMcLENNAN.

8 May, 1833, Banns, Dudley ROOT, bachelor, and SarahMEEKHAM, widow,both of this parish. Witnesses, Samuel VOIN, CatherineBOYD.8 May, 1833, by special license, Peter ADAM, bachelor, ofYork, and JaneBRODIE, spinster, of the same place. Witnesses, Thos.LAWRIE, CooperWARD.

21 May, 1833, by special license, Henry SUPPLE, bachelor,and MargaretFERGUSON, spinster. Witnesses, William CARSWELL, SusanHIGHLAND.

23 May, 1833, Samuel HENDERSON, of the township ofChenguacousy[Chinguacousy], widower, and Alice LANGSTEAD, of York,spinster. Witnesses, Eliza BRIGHT, John MEREDITH.

25 May, 1833, by special license, William PROUDFOOT,bachelor, andCaroline Brooks STOW, spinster, both of York. Witnesses,WilliamGAMBLE, Alex. WOOD, Anne M. POWELL. Mr. PROUDFOOT residedfirst on Dukestreet, almost opposite the Bank of Upper Canada, of whichhe was adirector. Afterwards he lived in "Kearsney House," on theeast side ofYonge street, near Wellesley street. The house now, in1898, is knownas "Dundonald."

30 May, 1833, by special license, John HUNTER, of thetownship ofMarkham, bachelor, and Mary Ann HUNT, of the same township,spinster. Witnesses, George HUNTER, Ann HUNTER.

11 June, 1833, by special license, Richard PALMER, bachelor,and SarahNIGH, spinster, both of Markham. Witnesses, Jonathan NIGH,Jean CONLOW[? latter name not clear]

19 June, 1833, by special license, Jonathan ATKINSON,bachelor, andSarah HAYES, spinster, both of Markham. Witnesses, ThomasHAYES,Margaret LITTLE.

12 July, 1833, by special license, Bernard COTTER, bachelor,and MaryWINDERS, widow, both of the township of York. Witnesses,Anlene SHOREand John AUSTIN.

15 July, 1833, by special license, James WARD, widower, andMary MUNDAY,spinster, both of York. Witnesses, Thomas STEVENSON, JaneSTEVENSON.

25 July, 1833, by special license, Edward WOOD, bachelor,and SarahFLYNN, both of this parish. Witnesses, Thomas WATSON,Samuel HENRY.

30 July, 1833, by special license, Christopher JOHNSON,widower, of thetownship of York, and Elizabeth WILKINSON, of the townshipof Vaughan,spinster. Witnesses, Thomas ALLAN, Susan ALLAN.

27 August, 1833, by special license, Patrick DUNBAR, of thetownship ofMino, bachelor, and Sarah Jane STUART, of the township ofYork, widow. Witnesses, Henry MILLER, Mary CONOLLY.

9 September, 1833, by special license, Ogdin CREIGHTON,Esq., ofClifton, in the Niagara District, bachelor, and Helena [orEleanor ?]Elisa DYETT, of York, spinster. Witnesses, John B.ROBINSON, George H.MARSHLAND, Mary GILLESPIE, Elizabeth BRUNKLEY.

10 October, 1833, by special license, John CLARKE, bachelor,and HannahPERCH, widow, both of York. Witnesses, John KILSON, SimeonWISEMAN.

7 November, 1833, by special license, Thomas Slade ROBINSON,Esq., ofthe Falls of Niagara, in the district of Niagara, bachelor,and MaryGILLESPIE, of the town of York. Witnesses, John GILLESPIE,Mary WHITE,Mary S. BOULTON, Wm. H. DRAPER.

Marriages Performed by William BOULTON

10 November, 1833, Banns, James WATSON, bachelor and LucyMcCARTER, bothof York. Witnesses, William HINDS, Isaac WATSON.

13 November, 1833, Banns, John WEBB, of the town of York,bachelor, andElizabeth SPELANE, of the same place, spinster. Witnesses,Thos.GERMYN, John SPELANE.

Marriages Performed by Rev. Dr. John STRACHAN

10 December, 1833, by special license, William GAMBLE, ofthe town ofYork, bachelor, and Elizabeth Bowles BRENCHLEY, of the sameplace. Witnesses, Alexander MOORE, H. L. SMITH, Wm. ROWAN, JohnFENTON. Mr.GAMBLE resided at Mimico, where he had extensive flourmills. He hadone daughter, who subsequently married Mr. John BOULTON.

10 December, 1833, by special license, Clarke GAMBLE, Esq.,of the townof York, bachelor, and Mary Sayers BOULTON, of the sameplace,spinster. Witnesses, Charles GEDDES, Emma BOULTON, JohnFENTON. William and Clarke GAMBLE were brothers; the latter survivesin 1898.

Marriages Performed by George J. GWYNNE

2 December, 1833, by special license, Richard CAREFOOT, ofthe townshipof Toronto, in the Gore, in the Home District, bachelor, andMary PARR,of the same place, spinster.

10 December, 1833, by special license, John SLOANE, of thetown of York,bachelor, and Anne BOUCHER, of the same place, spinster. Witnesses,John BRIGHT, Margaret CALLAGHER.

14 December, 1833, by special license, Edward COOPER, of thetownship ofToronto, and Susannah HYLAND, of the town of York, spinster.Witnesses,James SHANNON, Richard HYLAND.

17 December, 1833, by special license, Thomas Bishop MILLER,of the townof York, bachelor, and Isabella LINDSAY, of the same place,spinster. Witnesses, William KIRKPATRICK, Robert HAMILTON.

29 December, 1833, by special license, John ROBINSON andElisa HUNT,both of the town of York. Witnesses, John WHITE, GeorgeFISHER.

30 December, 1833, Banns, Robert LEECH, bachelor, and JuliaAnneSULLIVAN, spinster, both of the town of York. Witness, JohnSMART.

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