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51
Death announcement for 102-year-old Almeda VV-Quackenbush (1841-1943)
Death announcement for 102-year-old Almeda VV-Quackenbush (1841-1943)

Toronto Star, 25 Oct 1943.
 
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Death announcement of Reginald VV in Regina, Saskatchewan, 1959
Death announcement of Reginald VV in Regina, Saskatchewan, 1959

Reginald had moved to Ontario, but the city of Regina still held him in memory for his early hockey playing there.
 
53
Death Notice - Louisa VV-Sackrider (1825-1896)
Death Notice - Louisa VV-Sackrider (1825-1896)
 
54
Death notice - Lucy VV-Banker (1868-1924)
Death notice - Lucy VV-Banker (1868-1924)

at Morton/Kendall, NY

[This article found online at Fulton History Newspaper Archive]
 
55
Death Notice - Thaddeus VV (1809-1891)
Death Notice - Thaddeus VV (1809-1891)
Reported in Elgin, Illinois newspaper.
 
56
Death Notice and Obituary of William Grote (1849-1921) who m. Mary A. VV-Sturbridge
Death Notice and Obituary of William Grote (1849-1921) who m. Mary A. VV-Sturbridge

Elgin, Kane Co., Illinois. Wm. Grote was two terms mayor of Elgin. The obituary reveal the marriage date.
 
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Death notice in Auburn, NY newspaper of Rose Bailey, sister of John F. Doolittle, who died in Canada, 1920.
Death notice in Auburn, NY newspaper of Rose Bailey, sister of John F. Doolittle, who died in Canada, 1920.

This notice is confirmed by the Ontario Canada death record. Note that Rose was brought back to Auburn for burial in Soule Cemetery, the same place as her brother John.
 
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Death notice of Ed Vollick d. 1950, identifying him as son of Milton Vollick of Craighurst.
Death notice of Ed Vollick d. 1950, identifying him as son of Milton Vollick of Craighurst.
 
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Death notice of Emma Larwood-Botsford-Doolittle (1850-1917)
Death notice of Emma Larwood-Botsford-Doolittle (1850-1917)

Auburn, Cayuga Co., NY

News article found at Fulton History Newspaper Archive.
 
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Death notice of John F. Doolittle at Auburn, NY, 1941.
Death notice of John F. Doolittle at Auburn, NY, 1941.

His address was 242 Seymour St., Auburn, the same as at the death of his last wife Ella Barrett-Doolittle in 1938. He was interred at Soule Cemetery where his father Alexander VV, first wife Emma, and sister Rose Bailey are also laid to rest.
 
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Death Notice of Raymond Surbridge (1868-1903), first husband of Mary A. VV.
Death Notice of Raymond Surbridge (1868-1903), first husband of Mary A. VV.

New York, New York, USA

Mary and Raymond were married less than eight months before his death. Raymond's father was the Rev. Frederick G. Surbridge, a "city missionary" originally in Elmira, NY, then after 1880 the family had moved to Chicago.
 
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Death notice of Sylvester D. VV (1830-1913)
Death notice of Sylvester D. VV (1830-1913)
at Kendall Mills, NY.
A proper obituary was not found in this issue - nor the next.

[This article found online at Fulton History Newspaper Archive]
 
63
Death notice, Gordon VV (1836-1907), Saratoga, Saratoga Co., NY
Death notice, Gordon VV (1836-1907), Saratoga, Saratoga Co., NY

Mentions his surviving siblings, both married and living in Holyoke, Massachusetts at the time.

 
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Death of Alexander VanValkenburgh (1840-1910), struck by train in Auburn, NY.
Death of Alexander VanValkenburgh (1840-1910), struck by train in Auburn, NY.

Alexander VV is stated to have been living with his "son-in-law", John F. Doolittle. John Doolittle refers in censuses to Alexander as his "step-father". Alexander's daughter Emma Rose VV-Bailey was not John Doolittle's wife Emma Larwood-Botsford-Doolittle.

News article found at Fulton History Newspaper Archive.
 
65
Death of Almedia 'Minnie' Follick-Connell (1869-1949), Hamilton, Ontario.
Death of Almedia "Minnie" Follick-Connell (1869-1949), Hamilton, Ontario.
 
66
Death of Charles H. VV (1871-1952), Utica, NY
Death of Charles H. VV (1871-1952), Utica, NY

[This item found online at Fulton History Newspaper Archive.]
 
67
Death of Charles Jacob Follick (1870-1948), St. Thomas, Ontario
Death of Charles Jacob Follick (1870-1948), St. Thomas, Ontario
 
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Death of Clara Botsford-Benton, 1908 at home of a sister in Virgil, NY.
Death of Clara Botsford-Benton, 1908 at home of a sister in Virgil, NY.

She was the daughter of "Mrs." John F. Doolittle, Emma Larwood-Botsford. John Doolittle was Clara's step-father.
 
69
Death of Dr. Leonard L. Follick (1869-1942), St. Mary's, Ontario
Death of Dr. Leonard L. Follick (1869-1942), St. Mary's, Ontario
 
70
Death of Fred VanValkenburg (1873-1948), presumed drowned near Morven, Ontario
Death of Fred VanValkenburg (1873-1948), presumed drowned near Morven, Ontario
 
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Death of George Follick (1836-1909), Jaffa (Aylmer), Ontario
Death of George Follick (1836-1909), Jaffa (Aylmer), Ontario

DEATH George FOLLICK, b. 21 Oct 1836 Canborough, d. 23 Apr 1909 Aylmer, Malahide Twp., Elgin Co., s/o Jacob FOLLICK and Rachel SMITH
 
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Death of John Wesley VV (1866-1947), Macedon, NY
Death of John Wesley VV (1866-1947), Macedon, NY

[This item found online at Fulton History Newspaper Archive.]
 
73
Death of Martha VV - Gray (1855-1912), Kent, NY
Death of Martha VV - Gray (1855-1912), Kent, NY

Family members named.

[This item found online at Fulton History Newspaper Archive.]
 
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Death of Mary Barnes-VV (1856-1913) is announced in her hometown of Madison, Ohio.
Death of Mary Barnes-VV (1856-1913) is announced in her hometown of Madison, Ohio.

The death occured in Buffalo, NY and the body brought back to Madison for interrment - "Mount Pleasant" Cemetery is cited. Would assume this was the location of her husband David and son Frederic.
 
75
Death of Mary Jane Henderson - VV (1830-1908), Kent,NY
Death of Mary Jane Henderson - VV (1830-1908), Kent,NY

Family members named. Son William M. VV attended funeral from Canada, not "Pa."


More news items portraying the timeline of visits between NY and Canada, found here.

[This item found online at Fulton History Newspaper Archive.]
 
76
Death of William Henry Follick (1869-1933), St. Thomas, Ontario
Death of William Henry Follick (1869-1933), St. Thomas, Ontario

See also a .
 
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Death of William Henry Follick (1869-1933), St. Thomas, Ontario
Death of William Henry Follick (1869-1933), St. Thomas, Ontario

See first article.
 
78
Death Record of Abraham VanVoltenburg (1835-1900) at Coleman, Midland Co., Michigan
Death Record of Abraham VanVoltenburg (1835-1900) at Coleman, Midland Co., Michigan

This record confirms the names of his parents.
 
79
Death Record of John VanVoltenburg (1852-1924), Lakefield, Saginaw Co., Michigan
Death Record of John VanVoltenburg (1852-1924), Lakefield, Saginaw Co., Michigan

This is believed to be the brother of Abraham VanVoltenburg of Coleman in adjacent Saginaw Co. John VV had similarly used VanVolT..., and a John VV had been a familiar resident of Coleman in the past, at the time he was arrested for killing a man in self defence.
 
80
Dick S. VanValkenburg and wife Evelyn Beahan's influences on the Toronto arts, dance and music scene
Dick S. VanValkenburg and wife Evelyn Beahan's influences on the Toronto arts, dance and music scene
 
81
Directory listings for the John Diamond VanValkenburg--Flora Lauzau family prior to John's 1880 death.
Directory listings for the John Diamond VanValkenburg--Flora Lauzau family prior to John's 1880 death.

1857 Canada Directory (shown here):
VV, John, grocer

1863 Oxford Co. Gazetteer:
VV, John, cooper, Dundas St.

1877 Mercantile Agency Reference Book
VanValkenburg, ______, grocer

* The Mercantile Agency Reference Book consulted at the Oxford Co. OGS library in Woodstock... not copied. No claims are made that this John VV, grocer is the same John VV, cooper.

See also the 1863 Woodstock Directory with description of the Thomas J. Clarke Barrel & Stave Co.
 
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Directory listings for the John VV - Flora Lauzau family after John's 1880 death.
Directory listings for the John VV - Flora Lauzau family after John's 1880 death.

1888 Woodstock Directory (shown here):
Mrs. J. VV, 271 Dundas St.
A. VV, bus driver, 83 Finkle St. (who is this?)
Wm. Rowe, 275 Dundas St.

1901 Woodstock Directory:
Flora VV (wid John), 311 Dundas St.
Wm. Rowe, 311 Dundas St.

1903 Woodstock Directory:
Wm. Rowe, 311 Dundas St.
Mrs. Rowe, confectionary, 311 Dundas St.

1915 Woodstock Directory:
Wm. Rowe, 311 Dundas St.

The later directories were consulted at the Oxford Co. OGS in Woodstock, not copied. See some of these locations on the 1878 Walker Atlas, and the area today.
 
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Directory listings for the John VV - Flora Lauzau family prior to John's 1880 death.
Directory listings for the John VV - Flora Lauzau family prior to John's 1880 death.

1857 Canada Directory (shown here):
VV, John, grocer

1863 Oxford Co. Gazetteer:
VV, John, cooper, Dundas St.

1877 Mercantile Agency Reference Book
VanValkenburg, ______, grocer

* The Mercantile Agency Reference Book consulted at the Oxford Co. OGS library in Woodstock... not copied. No claims are made that this John VV, grocer is the same John VV, cooper.

See also the 1863 Woodstock Directory with description of the Thomas J. Clarke Barrel & Stave Co.
 
84
Early Ontario/Quebec Land Petitions for John VV-of-Ernesttown, and potential earlier petitions for the same.
Early Ontario/Quebec Land Petitions for John VV-of-Ernesttown, and potential earlier petitions for the same.

Suspected to pertain to the John VV m. PATTERSON line. Upper and Lower Canada Land Petitions, and his adult children's petitions for grants as sons and daughters of UE in the Petitions to the Crown Lands Department.
 
85
Eber H. VanValkenburg's international production of mono-planes, 1930's.
Eber H. VanValkenburg's international production of mono-planes, 1930's.
 
86
Estate Guardianship files for the children of Peter VV (1798-1865) of Walsingham Twp., Norfolk Co. who died intestate, leaving assets in Wisconsin.
Estate Guardianship files for the children of Peter VV (1798-1865) of Walsingham Twp., Norfolk Co. who died intestate, leaving assets in Wisconsin.

 
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Excerpt from a biography of the Munger family, published 1915.
Excerpt from a biography of the Munger family, published 1915.

Source: Vol. 2: The Munger Book

Some other family information found in newspapers at Fulton History Newspaper Archive:

Nathan Munger obituary, 1886


A. Page Munger death commemoration... 25 yrs ago...1974


Do You Remember? interview with A. Page Munger

Munger House photo at Oswego NY History site (almost half-way down)

 
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Excerpts regarding the Van family's immigration from Orillia, Ontario to Borden / Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan 1907.
Excerpts regarding the Van family's immigration from Orillia, Ontario to Borden / Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan 1907.

Excerpts from two history books:
"Our Treasured Heritage: Borden (Sask.) & District", 1980 and "Bridging the Years : era of Blaine Lake and District, 1790-1980", 1984.

See also a map of the original 1909 homestead between Borden and Blaine Lake.
 
89
Family history notes for Margaret VanVolkenburg (1858-1920) & husband Franklin Chadsey (1848-1927) family.
Family history notes for Margaret VanVolkenburg (1858-1920) & husband Franklin Chadsey (1848-1927) family.

Details the family's experiences moving to Manitoba, based on letters.
 
90
Father of James Wesley Garrison (1834-1882) was 'Elias Garrison of Camden'
Father of James Wesley Garrison (1834-1882) was "Elias Garrison of Camden"

from his wife's obituary.
 
91
First World War soldier Joseph Stanley Vollick - letters home before death in April 1917.
First World War soldier Joseph Stanley Vollick - letters home before death in April 1917.
 
92
Frank Johnstone and Cornelia Ruth Vollick, est 1920
Frank Johnstone and Cornelia Ruth Vollick, est 1920
Hamilton, Ontario area
 
93
Genealogical notes about Frans Pieterse Clauw (1623-1700)
Genealogical notes about Frans Pieterse Clauw (1623-1700)
Ancestor of two VV-in-Canada lines:
VV-John-PATTERSON and VV-Lourenz-KRANS
 
94
Genealogy of the Conant family in America, published 1887
Genealogy of the Conant family in America, published 1887

With photograph and signature of Roger Conant, and family information supplied by Roger and wife Margaret VV-Conant, who are still living in 1887, Margaret's parents are revealed to be: Peter VV and Nancy Ayreheart.

A matching VV family going by surname Vollick: Daniel Peter Vollick and Nancy Ayreheart.

 
95
Grandfather of Gordon and Charles VV identified as Patriot veteran of the 1777 Battles of Saratoga.
Grandfather of Gordon and Charles VV identified as Patriot veteran of the 1777 Battles of Saratoga.

One hundred years after the defining battle of the American Revolution, a historical parade and speech marked the occasion in Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Co., NY. Several families who descended from veterans of the battles, were mentioned specifically.

Lambert VanVolkenburgh is identified as the grandfather of Gordon and Charles VV in 1876. Lambert's musket was said to be in the posession of Gordon. Interestingly, Gordon was the source of specific information on censuses, stating his father was born in Canada. It is inferred that Gordon had an interest in family- and military- history.
 
96
Guardianship Probate file for Mary and Margaret VV, daughters of J.S. and Eliza C. VV, 1878
Guardianship Probate file for Mary and Margaret VV, daughters of J.S. and Eliza C. VV, 1878

Filed in Elgin, Kane Co., Illinois
 
97
Guysbert Sharp was a Lieut. in Jessup's Loyal Rangers, placing him on the official United Empire Loyalist list.
Guysbert Sharp was a Lieut. in Jessup's Loyal Rangers, placing him on the official United Empire Loyalist list.

O.C. means Order in Council, issuing free land grants to Loyalists and to the sons and daughters of Loyalists upon attaining the age of 21 (or marrying).

 
98
Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks in Brantford, Ontario
Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks in Brantford, Ontario
 
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Historical Sketch of Canborough, Haldimand Co., Ontario, Canada (known in 1828 as 'Canby's Settlement').
Historical Sketch of Canborough, Haldimand Co., Ontario, Canada (known in 1828 as 'Canby's Settlement').



See also 1828 Census Canby Settlement (with numbers in each household).
First settlers include Storm, Jacob, Peter and Isaac Vollick / Follick. Previously, Storm Vollick took land grants in Louth Township, Lincoln Co. (Niagara).
 
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HISTORY - Old Elgin (Illinois) story about mine prospector Robert B. Chisholm
HISTORY - Old Elgin (Illinois) story about mine prospector Robert B. Chisholm
 

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