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The Harstone & Windsor Family of Essex & Perth Counties Ontario
Years ago my husband's grandmother took him to an auction for the estate of a woman she had worked for. Up for sale was a large (2' x 2 1/2') tinted portrait of a young boy in an antique frame. It was taken circa 1900. On the back was written "Robert H. Harstone on his third birthday"
Robert Harstone & Jane HopperRobert Harstonewas born in Scotland & Jane Hopper was born in Devon England. Their family that I have found consisted of the following children
Enoch Windsor & Caroline SetteringtonEnoch Windsor born circa 1836 in England, son of Timothy & Elizabeth Windsor, married Caroline Settington (Setterington) on 23 August 1858 in Belle River, Essex County Ontario. Caroline was born in Mersea circa 1838 to John & Lucretia Setterington. Enoch Windsor and Caroline Settinger had the following children
Timothy Windsor & Elizabeth Fingard (Wingard? Lingard?)I found Timothy and Elizabeth Windsor in the 1851 census for Canada West - in Rochester, Essex County Ontario. The family consisted of
John Setterington & Lucretia KenyonJohn & Lucretia are in the 1851 census for Canada West, in Mersea Township Essex County Ontario
John Burbridge Setterington died 31 July 1880 in Leamington, age 63. His death is found on Ancestry.com's Vital Statistics Deaths for Ontario
According to Ancestry.com's OWT (OneWorldTree) Lucretia Kenyon's Birth was 3 Mar 1816 in Leamington, Essex, Ontario, Canada and her death was 12 Oct 1889 in Leamington, Ontario, Canada. John Setterington's parents are shown as John Setterington and Elizabeth Burbridge on this same Family Tree.
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