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OBITUARY - George Howard Van Valkenburg-February 05,1976
OBITUARY - George Howard Van Valkenburg-February 05,1976
George was the longtime owner of VanValkenburgh Funeral Home in Redford, Michigan.

His parents were Frank Van Valkenburg--Annie Gilmore 
 
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Obituary for Henry James VanValkenburg in The Exeter Advocate, 8 December 1892
Obituary for Henry James VanValkenburg in The Exeter Advocate, 8 December 1892
 
 
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OBITUARY-Catherine S. Van Valkenburg(Schweizer)-December 20 1970
OBITUARY-Catherine S. Van Valkenburg(Schweizer)-December 20 1970
 
 
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OBITUARY-Denver Norman VanValkenburg, 24, Dec 1992
OBITUARY-Denver Norman VanValkenburg, 24, Dec 1992
Denver was the oldest son of Frederick Denver VanValkenburg and Catherine Schweizer.

Rochester, Oakland, Michigan 
 
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OBITUARY-Flora Vanvalkenburg(Lauzau)-October 4, 1907
OBITUARY-Flora Vanvalkenburg(Lauzau)-October 4, 1907
Obituary-Woodstock Sentinel Review 
 
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OBITUARY-Frederick Denver Van Valkenburg-December 25 1967
OBITUARY-Frederick Denver Van Valkenburg-December 25 1967
 
 
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OBITUARY-George W VanValkenburg-7 March 1951
OBITUARY-George W VanValkenburg-7 March 1951
Son of Adam Francis VanValkenburg--Adelaide Foster. Born in Woodstock,Oxford,Ontario 
 
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OBITUARY-Lillian Joy Harris, 24 September 2004
OBITUARY-Lillian Joy Harris, 24 September 2004
Lillian Joy Harris is the daughter of James Edwin VanVoltenburg--Ruth Rena Walz 
 
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Outwater, Beliate: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1835
Outwater, Beliate: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1835

Beliate Outwater, who has been living in Fredericksburgh Additional Lands, Lennox Co. for the past 25 years, asks the government for clarification on patent.

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Outwater, Elisabeth: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842
Outwater, Elisabeth: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842

On a single date: 12 Nov 1842, five sons and one daughter of John VV "of Ernesttown, United Empire Loyalist", applied for free grants of land as children of an United Empire Loyalist. These were followed on 10 Dec by petitions from two more daughters - all the daughters used their married names and two of them were widows. On each of these petitions is noted the finding that the father's name had not ever been recorded on the UEL list. Brother David VV then submitted further affadavits and supporting documentation to affect this change.

These 1842 applications are found in the Petitions to the Crown Lands Department (PCLD) collection, whereas most other Loyalist grant applications are in the Upper Canada Land Petitions (UCLP) collection. It is unusual in the PCLDs to see references back to Loyalist grants. The VV siblings must have believed there was a basis for applying in 1842, as the same brother David VV had earlier petitioned for his father's name to be added to the UEL list in 1840, (and this petition is found in the UCLP collection).

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Petitions of David Mahany VanVolkenburg for pension and land related to his CONSIDERABLE service in the War of 1812.
Petitions of David Mahany VanVolkenburg for pension and land related to his CONSIDERABLE service in the War of 1812.
One petition states David had a 'family to support'.
See text and images of the petitions:

(more about David's Glengarry Regt. history and his medical review 1836
 
 
 
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Register of Crown Land Location for 'Anne Vanvolconberg' granted while she was living in Kingston Twp. and located in 1835, Sombra Twp.
Register of Crown Land Location for "Anne Vanvolconberg" granted while she was living in Kingston Twp. and located in 1835, Sombra Twp.

Researched using the OLRI (Ontario Land Records Index) Overview

The OLRI indexes, by surname, were at my local library on microfiche. See all VV / Vollick / Follick spellings here (six pages).

Specifically look at the page VANTASSELL - VANWICKLIN

This listing for "Anne Vanvolconberg" has the following Archival Reference number: 01 CI4 006 035, and these were used to find this record at the Ontario Archives on microfilm.

The old C-series numbering has changed and been developed into specific sub-series. This record is among RG 1-174 Crown Land Records: Register of locations, 1835-1837 
 
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Second marriage of David Lake to Mary Himes Ballard, Los Angeles, California, 1916
Second marriage of David Lake to Mary Himes Ballard, Los Angeles, California, 1916

NAMES his mother Juliane FOLLICK, an alternate spelling of the surname, unusual for having sourced in Eastern Ontario.

"California, County Marriages, 1850-1952," database with images, FamilySearch https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939Z-BJR8-4 , 004540611 > image 418 of 554; county courthouses, California. 
 
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Simmons, Maria: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842
Simmons, Maria: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842

On a single date: 12 Nov 1842, five sons and one daughter of John VV "of Ernesttown, United Empire Loyalist", applied for free grants of land as children of an United Empire Loyalist. These were followed on 10 Dec by petitions from two more daughters - all the daughters used their married names and two of them were widows. On each of these petitions is noted the finding that the father's name had not ever been recorded on the UEL list. Brother David VV then submitted further affadavits and supporting documentation to affect this change.

These 1842 applications are found in the Petitions to the Crown Lands Department (PCLD) collection, whereas most other Loyalist grant applications are in the Upper Canada Land Petitions (UCLP) collection. It is unusual in the PCLDs to see references back to Loyalist grants. The VV siblings must have believed there was a basis for applying in 1842, as the same brother David VV had earlier petitioned for his father's name to be added to the UEL list in 1840, (and this petition is found in the UCLP collection).

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Social Security Application - Frederick Denver Van Valkenburg
Social Security Application - Frederick Denver Van Valkenburg
Applied for November 30, 1936 
 
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Testimony given by Chloe Hodges-VV, from Augusta Twp. in Ontario Canada, for a U.S. board reviewing Revolutionary War Pensions.
Testimony given by Chloe Hodges-VV, from Augusta Twp. in Ontario Canada, for a U.S. board reviewing Revolutionary War Pensions.

Researcher Andrew Quackenbush determines location of the Hodges family during the Revolutionary War. Jacob VV, whom she married, is not of Hoosick, but the Jacob VV who married Sarah VanNess and stayed there.

NARA M804. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files. Veteran: Preston, William, New York, Continental New York War Of 1812, Pension Number: S. 40299

 
 
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VanVolkenburg, Adam: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1850
VanVolkenburg, Adam: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1850

Adam VanVolkenburg, mason, of Woodstock in Oxford Co. in 1850 petitions to locate his free grant of land for service in the War of 1812. These documents confirm Adam's participation in the Addington Flank Militia, and his origins in Eastern Ontario.

In addition to evidence of military service (see also Adam's name on the Addington militia paylists), this particular document is important as it is signed by Adam's son John D. VanValkenburg.

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VanVolkenburgh, Alexander: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842
VanVolkenburgh, Alexander: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842

On a single date: 12 Nov 1842, five sons and one daughter of John VV "of Ernesttown, United Empire Loyalist", applied for free grants of land as children of an United Empire Loyalist. These were followed on 10 Dec by petitions from two more daughters - all the daughters used their married names and two of them were widows. On each of these petitions is noted the finding that the father's name had not ever been recorded on the UEL list. Brother David VV then submitted further affadavits and supporting documentation to affect this change.

These 1842 applications are found in the Petitions to the Crown Lands Department (PCLD) collection, whereas most other Loyalist grant applications are in the Upper Canada Land Petitions (UCLP) collection. It is unusual in the PCLDs to see references back to Loyalist grants. The VV siblings must have believed there was a basis for applying in 1842, as the same brother David VV had earlier petitioned for his father's name to be added to the UEL list in 1840, (and this petition is found in the UCLP collection).

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VanVolkenburgh, David: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842
VanVolkenburgh, David: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842

On a single date: 12 Nov 1842, five sons and one daughter of John VV "of Ernesttown, United Empire Loyalist", applied for free grants of land as children of an United Empire Loyalist. These were followed on 10 Dec by petitions from two more daughters - all the daughters used their married names and two of them were widows. On each of these petitions is noted the finding that the father's name had not ever been recorded on the UEL list. Brother David VV then submitted further affadavits and supporting documentation to affect this change (see all pages below).

These 1842 applications are found in the Petitions to the Crown Lands Department (PCLD) collection, whereas most other Loyalist grant applications are in the Upper Canada Land Petitions (UCLP) collection. It is unusual in the PCLDs to see references back to Loyalist grants. The VV siblings must have believed there was a basis for applying in 1842, as the same brother David VV had earlier petitioned for his father's name to be added to the UEL list in 1840, (and this petition is found in the UCLP collection).

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VanVolkenburgh, David: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842
VanVolkenburgh, David: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842

On a single date: 12 Nov 1842, five sons and one daughter of John VV "of Ernesttown, United Empire Loyalist", applied for free grants of land as children of an United Empire Loyalist. These were followed on 10 Dec by petitions from two more daughters - all the daughters used their married names and two of them were widows. On each of these petitions is noted the finding that the father's name had not ever been recorded on the UEL list. Brother David VV then submitted further affadavits and supporting documentation to affect this change.

These 1842 applications are found in the Petitions to the Crown Lands Department (PCLD) collection, whereas most other Loyalist grant applications are in the Upper Canada Land Petitions (UCLP) collection. It is unusual in the PCLDs to see references back to Loyalist grants. The VV siblings must have believed there was a basis for applying in 1842, as the same brother David VV had earlier petitioned for his father's name to be added to the UEL list in 1840, (and this petition is found in the UCLP collection).

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VanVolkenburgh, George: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842
VanVolkenburgh, George: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842

On a single date: 12 Nov 1842, five sons and one daughter of John VV "of Ernesttown, United Empire Loyalist", applied for free grants of land as children of an United Empire Loyalist. These were followed on 10 Dec by petitions from two more daughters - all the daughters used their married names and two of them were widows. On each of these petitions is noted the finding that the father's name had not ever been recorded on the UEL list. Brother David VV then submitted further affadavits and supporting documentation to affect this change.

These 1842 applications are found in the Petitions to the Crown Lands Department (PCLD) collection, whereas most other Loyalist grant applications are in the Upper Canada Land Petitions (UCLP) collection. It is unusual in the PCLDs to see references back to Loyalist grants. The VV siblings must have believed there was a basis for applying in 1842, as the same brother David VV had earlier petitioned for his father's name to be added to the UEL list in 1840, (and this petition is found in the UCLP collection).
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VanVolkenburgh, Gilbert: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842
VanVolkenburgh, Gilbert: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842

On a single date: 12 Nov 1842, five sons and one daughter of John VV "of Ernesttown, United Empire Loyalist", applied for free grants of land as children of an United Empire Loyalist. These were followed on 10 Dec by petitions from two more daughters - all the daughters used their married names and two of them were widows. On each of these petitions is noted the finding that the father's name had not ever been recorded on the UEL list. Brother David VV then submitted further affadavits and supporting documentation to affect this change.

These 1842 applications are found in the Petitions to the Crown Lands Department (PCLD) collection, whereas most other Loyalist grant applications are in the Upper Canada Land Petitions (UCLP) collection. It is unusual in the PCLDs to see references back to Loyalist grants. The VV siblings must have believed there was a basis for applying in 1842, as the same brother David VV had earlier petitioned for his father's name to be added to the UEL list in 1840, (and this petition is found in the UCLP collection).

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VanVolkenburgh, Paul: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842
VanVolkenburgh, Paul: Petition to the Crown Lands Department, 1842

On a single date: 12 Nov 1842, five sons and one daughter of John VV "of Ernesttown, United Empire Loyalist", applied for free grants of land as children of an United Empire Loyalist. These were followed on 10 Dec by petitions from two more daughters - all the daughters used their married names and two of them were widows. On each of these petitions is noted the finding that the father's name had not ever been recorded on the UEL list. Brother David VV then submitted further affadavits and supporting documentation to affect this change.

These 1842 applications are found in the Petitions to the Crown Lands Department (PCLD) collection, whereas most other Loyalist grant applications are in the Upper Canada Land Petitions (UCLP) collection. It is unusual in the PCLDs to see references back to Loyalist grants. The VV siblings must have believed there was a basis for applying in 1842, as the same brother David VV had earlier petitioned for his father's name to be added to the UEL list in 1840, (and this petition is found in the UCLP collection).

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Various Jphn VanValkenburghs making claims or petitions as Loyalists
Various Jphn VanValkenburghs making claims or petitions as Loyalists

Andrew Quackenbush who researches VV's in Eastern Ontario, found a link between his interest - Jacob VV who m. Chloe Hodges - and a John VV who may be the John of Ernesttown who m. Hannah Patterson 
 
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Warrant for a Land Grant for 'Adam Vanvolkenburgh' granted (for military service) while he was living in Portland Twp., Frontenac Co.
Warrant for a Land Grant for "Adam Vanvolkenburgh" granted (for military service) while he was living in Portland Twp., Frontenac Co.

Researched using the OLRI (Ontario Land Records Index) Overview

The OLRI indexes, by surname, were at my local library on microfiche. See all VV / Vollick / Follick spellings here (six pages).
Specifically look at the page VANTASSELL - VANWICKLIN

This listing for "Adam Vanvolkenburgh" has the following Archival Reference number: 01 CI3 133 117, and these were used to find this record at the Ontario Archives on microfilm.

The old C-series numbering has changed and been developed into specific sub-series. This record is among RG 1-149 Fiats and warrants for land grants - United Empire Loyalists (U.E.) and military claimants (M.C.): Register Of Militia Grants For Service During The War Of 1812. 
 
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Warrant for a Land Grant for 'Ann Vanvolkenburgh' located in 1835, Sombra Twp.
Warrant for a Land Grant for "Ann Vanvolkenburgh" located in 1835, Sombra Twp.

Researched using the OLRI (Ontario Land Records Index) Overview

The OLRI indexes, by surname, were at my local library on microfiche. See all VV / Vollick / Follick spellings here (six pages).

Specifically look at the page VANTASSELL - VANWICKLIN

This listing for "Ann Vanvolkenburgh" has the following Archival Reference number: 01 CI3 83 092, and these were used to find this record at the Ontario Archives on microfilm.

The old C-series numbering has changed and been developed into specific sub-series. This record is among RG 1-149 Registers for Fiats United Empire Loyalists, Volumes 83-85: Warrants United Empire Loyalists: Grants To Loyalists and Their Children After 1818. 
 
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Warrant for a Land Grant for 'Cloe Van Volkenburg' granted while she was living in Augusta Twp. and located in 1821, Brock Twp.
Warrant for a Land Grant for "Cloe Van Volkenburg" granted while she was living in Augusta Twp. and located in 1821, Brock Twp.

Researched using the OLRI (Ontario Land Records Index) Overview

The OLRI indexes, by surname, were at my local library on microfiche. See all VV / Vollick / Follick spellings here (six pages).

Specifically look at the page VAN RUST - VAN WICKLER

This listing for "Cloe Van Volkenburg" has the following Archival Reference number: 01 CI3 080 016, and these were used to find this record at the Ontario Archives on microfilm.

The old C-series numbering has changed and been developed into specific sub-series. This record is among RG 1-149 Registers for Fiats United Empire Loyalists and Military Claimants, Volumes 80-82: Warrants United Empire Loyalists: Grants To Loyalists and Their Children After 1818. 
 
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Warrant for a Land Grant for 'Jane Van Volkenburgh' granted while she was living in Ernesttown and located in 1821, Brock Twp.
Warrant for a Land Grant for "Jane Van Volkenburgh" granted while she was living in Ernesttown and located in 1821, Brock Twp.

Researched using the OLRI (Ontario Land Records Index) Overview

The OLRI indexes, by surname, were at my local library on microfiche. See all VV / Vollick / Follick spellings here (six pages).
Specifically look at the page VAN RUST - VAN WICKLER

This listing for "Jane Van Volkenburgh" has the following Archival Reference number: 01 CI3 081 209, and these were used to find this record at the Ontario Archives on microfilm.

The old C-series numbering has changed and been developed into specific sub-series. This record is among RG 1-149 Registers for Fiats United Empire Loyalists and Military Claimants, Volumes 80-82: Warrants United Empire Loyalists: Grants To Loyalists and Their Children After 1818. 
 
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Warrant for a Land Grant for 'Lois Van Volkenburgh' granted while she was living in Thorold Twp in 1813.
Warrant for a Land Grant for "Lois Van Volkenburgh" granted while she was living in Thorold Twp in 1813.

Researched using the OLRI (Ontario Land Records Index) Overview

The OLRI indexes, by surname, were at my local library on microfiche. See all VV / Vollick / Follick spellings here (six pages).

Specifically look at the page VAN RUST - VAN WICKLER

This listing for "Lois Van Volkenburgh" has the following Archival Reference number: 01 CI3 081 041, and these were used to find this record at the Ontario Archives on microfilm.

The old C-series numbering has changed and been developed into specific sub-series. This record is among RG 1-149 Registers for Fiats United Empire Loyalists and Military Claimants, Volumes 80-82: Warrants United Empire Loyalists: Grants To Loyalists and Their Children After 1818. 
 
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Warrant for Land Grants for 'Catharine', 'George' and 'Matthias' 'Vollack' granted while they were living in Canborough Twp.
Warrant for Land Grants for "Catharine", "George" and "Matthias" "Vollack" granted while they were living in Canborough Twp.

All three located in 1837; the men in Enniskillen Twp., and Catharine in Brooke Twp. They all located on the same date in Jul 1837.

Researched using the OLRI (Ontario Land Records Index) Overview

The OLRI indexes, by surname, were at my local library on microfiche. See all VV / Vollick / Follick spellings here (six pages).

Specifically look at the page VOINSON - VOLLAND

These three separate listings have the following Archival Reference number: 01 CI3 084 114, and these were used to find this record at the Ontario Archives on microfilm.

The old C-series numbering has changed and been developed into specific sub-series. This record is among RG 1-149 Registers for Fiats United Empire Loyalists, Volumes 83-85: Warrants United Empire Loyalists: Grants To Loyalists and Their Children After 1818.
 
 
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Warrant for Land Grants for 'Isaac', 'Jacob' and 'Peter' 'Vollick', granted while they were living in Haldimand Twp.
Warrant for Land Grants for "Isaac", "Jacob" and "Peter" "Vollick", granted while they were living in Haldimand Twp.
At least one of them located in 1826, Dawn Twp. They all located on the same date in Nov 1826.

Researched using the OLRI (Ontario Land Records Index) Overview

The OLRI indexes, by surname, were at my local library on microfiche. See all VV / Vollick / Follick spellings here (six pages).

Specifically look at the page VOLLAND - VONENDE

These three separate listings have the following Archival Reference number: 01 CI3 083 043, and these were used to find this record at the Ontario Archives on microfilm.

The old C-series numbering has changed and been developed into specific sub-series. This record is among RG 1-149 Registers for Fiats United Empire Loyalists, Volumes 83-85: Warrants United Empire Loyalists: Grants To Loyalists and Their Children After 1818.


 
 

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