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John Chrysler 1851 Chatham Census

John Chrysler 1851 Chatham Census

Posted: 16 Jul 2010 3:01AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Chrysler
Looking for information on John Chrysler who appears as widow in 1851 City of Chatham census with two children Andrew age 4 and another age 2. Blacksmith, Episcopal. Lived in 1 1/2 storey frame house listed as 2 families. Immediately preceding is another Chrysler family. Is the other famiy his parents and siblings?

Re: John Chrysler 1851 Chatham Census

Posted: 16 Jul 2010 5:22PM GMT
Classification: Query
On John Chrysler's death registration it gives his birth place as Vermont USA but no parents are given. Informant is W A Chrysler of Chatham. John died 12 Sep 1912 of heart disease.

On all the other census except 1851, it says a John Chrysler, living Kent County, was born in USA.

On a Hiram Chrysler's death registration,b about 1828, it gives his birth place as Vermont USA so he is maybe a brother. No parents given.

1891 gives a Frederick Chrysler, born USA, 1827 in Harwick Kent County.

Re: John Chrysler 1851 Chatham Census

Posted: 16 Jul 2010 10:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks for the information.
Jan

Re: John Chrysler 1851 Chatham Census

Posted: 9 Jan 2013 12:33AM GMT
Classification: Query
A search on Ancestry using this death date, shows John "Christler" in Stambridge Missisquoi Quebec 1851 census. You might want to look at the actual 27 Oct 1856 Quebec Land Grant document. It may contain information to tell you why your John was in Quebec, but born Vermont. Meanwhile, I will keep plugging on "the other" John Chrysler and Kansas connection

Re: John Chrysler 1851 Chatham Census

Posted: 21 Aug 2013 11:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Chrysler
My aunt is Chrysler a line of Chryslers lived in area after war William Chrysler here 1786 with wife 6 generations of Chrysler in standbridge quebec William matthias Chrysler his wife Catherine moore.

Re: John Chrysler 1851 Stanbridge

Posted: 13 Sep 2013 3:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Chrysler
According to your research on the Stanbridge Chrysler family, is it possible that the John Chrysler in 1851 Chatham census is the same as John Chrysler in the 1851 Stanbridge census? I believe Chatham John to be a descendant of Will Chrysler who, according to page 110 of the"Romantic Kent", was in the Chatham area after the War of 1812. Sons Henry (a blacksmith, g-son John also a blacksmith) and James (a teacher). Jan B-McG

Re: John Chrysler 1851 Chatham Census

Posted: 2 Sep 2015 10:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
The John Chrysler in the 1851 Chatham Census is the son of Henry, and grandson of William the first settler in Chatham Ontario. He is also the grandfather of Walter P. Chrysler. The other John Chrysler from Stanbridge Quebec moved to Chatham around 1870. He was a farmer and his son started a business W.A. Chrysler, beekeeper. The John Chrysler's are third or fourth cousins. The John from Stanbridge is my 2xgreatgrandfather. If there are any other questions, let me know

Re: John Chrysler 1851 Chatham Census & 1860 Wyandotte Kansas?

Posted: 3 Sep 2015 7:28PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you, I am trying to confirm if John Chrysler in 1851 Chatham census, widower, with son Andrew bn 1848 is the same person as John Chrysler who appears in the 1860 Wyandotte Kansas census with wife Isabella, and son Andrew bn 1848

Re: John Chrysler 1851 Chatham Census & 1860 Wyandotte Kansas?

Posted: 21 Feb 2016 4:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
The John Chrysler in the 1851 Chatham census did move to Kansas, his son John Andrew Chrysler married a Ellen Johnson. John Matthew Chrysler is the grandfather of Walter P. Chrysler. After John Matthew died his second wife Isabelle Clapperton moved back to Chatham, Ontario with some of her Children.

Re: John Chrysler 1851 Chatham Census

Posted: 6 Feb 2017 3:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
HEATHER,

This belongs in your SERVOS files. I am just learning, and this is the only file I can find for you. PLEASE SHARE it with other SERVOS researchers.

It is not my family, but my distant Uncle ISAAC FULLER was buried early 1800s in SERVOS Cemetery near Niagara, Ontario.

From RULON N. SMITHSON, Pleasant Grove, UT 84063
RNSmithson @ aol.com

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15th April 1826. ROBERT SERVOS & ELEANOR SERVOS his wife of Upper Canada of the first part and THOMAS VAN FLEET of Deerpark in the County of Orange of the second part. For $250 (page 15 begins) all that parcel of land, the said ELEANOR’s undivided 5th part of two lots of land in the old Town of Minisink now Deerpark in the County of Orange, being lots number 4 & 6 in the division of the estate of JOHANNES DECKER late of said town of Minisink deceased, which said lots 4 & 6 fell to the share of CHARLOTTE DECKER wife of Peter DECKER & Mother of the said ELEANOR SERVOS – right and title of the said ELEANOR to all every part of the land to which she is entitled as daughter & heir of the mother CHARLOTTE & which descended to her the said CHARLOTTE from her Father the said JOHANNES DECKER.
presence of
E HOPKINS ROBERT SERVOS (seal)
ELEANOR SERVOS (seal)
Cayuga County &c. 15th April 1826. ROBERT SERVOS and ELEANOR SERVOS his wife ackn. Before E HOSKINS Commissioner to take the acknowledgment of deeds

State of New York
Cayuga County
Clerks office &c I MICHAEL S MYERS of the County of Cayuga and Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas do hereby certify that EBENEZER HOSKINS Esquire ... was at the time of taking such proof or acknowledgment a Commissioner of deeds in and for the said County.
Recorded 19th Jany 1831. A DUNNING Clerk

SOURCE :
New York Land Records, 1630-1975 ORANGE COUNTY DEEDS 1831 vol 41-42 1831
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-99WF-2V1Z?mode=.... Film 828567.
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