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Jonathan Butler, a black man, & wife Elizabeth Jenkins in the Queen's Bush Settlement in Waterloo
Descendants of Jonathan Butler, a black man, & wife Elizabeth Jenkins in the Queen's Bush Settlement in WaterlooFollowing is a brief outline of the descendants of Jonathan Butler, a black man, & wife Elizabeth Jenkins in the Queen's Bush Settlement in Waterloo. For details and sources, please contact Lorine (Contact email at bottom of page). Please be prepared to share what you have on the family. It has been a very difficult one to research and I lose Jonathan and his wife after 1851. I cannot find all his children either, so if you are descended from this family, please get in touch. I have many census and church records to share.
Generation No. 11. Jonathan1 Butler was born Abt. 1790 in USA, and died Aft. 1840. He married Elizabeth Jenkins Bef. 1820. She was born in Ireland?.
Children of Jonathan Butler and Elizabeth Jenkins are:
Generation No. 22. Johannes Alexander Allen (Allen)2 Butler (Jonathan1) was born 1824 in Toronto, ON, and died 04 Mar 1872 in Woolwich Tp. Waterloo Co ON. He married Catherine (Betty) Weis 20 Feb 1851 in St. Agatha, Waterloo, ON, daughter of Antoni Weis and Catharina Diliat. She was born 25 Nov 1826 in Allsace-Lorraine, and died 15 Feb 1911 in Formosa Village, Bruce Co. ON.
Children of Johannes Butler and Catherine Weis are:
Child of William Butler and Willimina is:
Children of Henry Butler and Sarah are:
Children of George Butler and Catherine Krump are:
Generation No. 310. Mary3 Butler (Johannes Alexander Allen (Allen)2, Jonathan1) was born Abt. 1852 in Woolwich Tp. Waterloo Co ON. She married Francis Xavier Schumacher 22 Oct 1872 in Wellesley Tp, Waterloo Co. ON. He was born Abt. 1852 in Salem, ON, and died 1934 in Kitchener, ON.
Children of Mary Butler and Francis Schumacher are:
Children of John Butler and Mary Smith are:
Children of Joseph Butler and Caroline Kirsch are:
Child of Susana Butler and Andrew (Fordesh) is:
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