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Jordan -- Catherine Jordan 1861-1919 [LaSalette Cemetery stone]

Jordan -- D. Jordan was a 1900 Windham officer

Jordan -- David Jordan, farmer, Ellaton 
Margaret Jordan, Lot 16, Concession 10, Windham 
Mary Jordan, widow, Ellaton [1919 Voters List]

Jordan -- Miss Elizabeth Jordan, 36, died 20 May 1899 in Windham [SR18990601]

Jordan -- to wife of J. P. Jordan a son, 7 Oct 1904 in Simcoe [SR19041014]

Jordan -- John Jordan 1854-1855 -- see St. Anthony's Monument

Jordan -- John Pearson Jordan of South Walsingham married Agnes Annie Moss of South Walsingham, 15 Apr 1891 at home of her father [BC18910506]

Jordan -- Maggie Jordan -- see 1885 Picnic photo

Jordan -- Martin Jordan 1831-1869 -- see St. Anthony's Monument

Jordan -- Miss Monetta Jordan of LaSalette married Fred Allison of Detroit on 9 Apr 1918. They will reside in Detroit [SR19180502p2] -- Mrs. Fred Allison, nee Monetta Jordan, spent last week in LaSalette with her father, who has been quite ill [SR19190403p11]

Jordan -- Miss Nellie Jordan married Walter Ellis, Thursday in Hamilton. Couple left for their home in Forestville [SR19130410p9]

Jordan -- Miss Sarah Jordan donated to Belgian Relief [SR19141203p1]

Jordan -- Thos. Jordan died 5 Nov 1895 in LaSalette [SR18951114]

Jordan -- Thomas Jordan, 75, died 5 Nov 1895
Elizabeth Jordan, 36, died 20 May 1899
David Jordan, 76, died 2 May 1935 [LaSalette Cemetery stone]

Jordan -- to wife of Thos. Jordan a daughter 1 May 1890 in LaSalette [BC1890514]

Jordan -- Thomas Jordan, 44, widower, born 5 Feb 1854 in Ontario, farmer
his single son William T., 14, born 31 Jul 1880 in Ontario
his single daughter Monetta, 11, born 1 May 1889 in Ontario [1901 Census of Windham:4]

Jordan -- Thomas Jordan:
-- was a 1918 Windham Officer
-- was a 1920 Windham officer
-- was a 1921 Windham officer

Jordan -- Thomas Jordan, farmer, LaSalette 
Irene Jordan, Lot 22, Concession 7, Windham 
William Jordan, farmer, LaSalette 
Margaret Jordan, Lot 22, Concession 7, Windham [1919 Voters List]

Jordan -- Wm. Jordan married Mary Overholt of Charlotteville, 1 Jan 1834. 
Witnesses: Donald Fisher; Jos. Stow [GJR-SR19010307]

Jordan -- to wife of William Jordan a daughter 7 Feb 1915 at LaSalette [SR19150218p5]

Jordan -- to wife of William Jordan, a son, 9 May 1915 in Delhi [SR19150520p7]

Jordan -- William John Jordan, 798010, Sergeant [1916 Norfolk's Own
-- William John Jordan of Simcoe, 29, Church of England blacksmith, 
born 5 Aug 1886 in Mitchell, wife: K. Katherine of Simcoe
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 1.
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 2.

Jordan -- Winifred Jordan 1828-1918 | her husband Michael McMahon 1830-1910
Edward McMahon 1859-1923 | his wife Mary Murphy 1862-1933
[LaSalette Cemetery stone]

Jorden -- John Jorden, teacher, S.S. 21, North Walsingham -- donated to Belgium Relief at Simcoe [SR19141224p1]

Jorgenson -- T. J. Jordenson [sic] of Toronto married Miss Rhoda, daughter of A. S. Bezzo of Waterford, 23 Feb 1887 at her father's home [BC188700309]

Jorgenson -- Rhoda Bezzo Jorgenson, 67, died 27 Feb 1920 in New York -- see her obituary

Joslin -- Mrs. Joslin and Tom subscribed to 1918 Sailors Fund

Joslin -- Miss Bessie Joslin of Hamilton married Sam Yuen of Simcoe, 18 Oct 1912 in Simcoe [SR19121024p6]

Joslin -- Miss Edith Florence Joslin of Simcoe married Malcolm James Diggins of Simcoe, 15 Jun 1914 in Simcoe [SR19140618p9]

Joslin -- Edith Florence Joslin 1894-1993 | her husband Malcolm J. Diggins, 59, 133rd Bn. C.E.F., died 8 May 1951 [Oakwood Cemetery stones]

Joslin -- Hilda Jessie, 5, daughter of Thomas Joslin, died 14 Sep 1912 in Simcoe [SR19120919p6] -- Hilda Jessie, 5 years 6 months, daughter of Thomas & Eliza Joslin, died 14 Sep 1912
[Oakwood Cemetery stone]

Joslin -- Mabel Joslin: 
-- see 1919 Simcoe elementary students
-- was a 1920 Simcoe Senior Second Class student [SR19200708p3]
-- also see Joslyn, Mabel

Joslin -- Thomas Joslin was promoted from grade 2 to grade 3 at Simcoe Public School [SR19100701p1]

Joslin -- Thomas Joslin:  
-- see
Simcoe Public School 1914 Promotions
-- signed 1914 temperance petition
-- Tom Joslin -- see 1915 Entrance Exams

Joslin -- to the wife of Thomas Joslin, a daughter, 21 Sep 1910 in Simcoe [SR19101027p7]

Joslin -- Thomas George Joslin, 796168, Private [1916 Norfolk's Own] -- Thos. George Joslin of Simcoe, 45, Church of England, plumber, born 1873 in Middlesex England, wife: Eliza Florence of Simcoe
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 1.
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 2.

Joslin -- Pte. Thos. Joslin's letter to Mr. Farney [SR19180328p8] 
-- Pte. Thomas Joslin has been invalided home [SR19181010p12]
-- Thomas Joslin was home from military hospital over the holiday [SR19190102p8] -- Cpl. Thomas Joslin of Guelph spent the weekend here with his family [SR19190130p16]

Joslin -- Thomas Joslin, soldier, 208 Grove Street, Simcoe 
Lillian Joslin, 208 Grove Street, Simcoe [1919 Voters List]

Joslin -- Thomas Chas. Joslin, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Joslin of Simcoe, married Hannah McCarthy, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McCarthy of Simcoe, 3 Jan 1920 in Hamilton. Couple intends to live in Hamilton [SR19200108p7]

Joslin -- Thomas George Joslin 1871-1950
his wife Eliza Florence Doward 1873-1949 
their daughter Hilda Jessie, 5 years 6 months, died 14 Sep 1912 [Oakwood Cemetery stones] -- see photo of Joslin-Doward stone

Joslyn -- Rev. J. H. L. Joslyn of Jarvis married Helen, youngest daughter of Isaac Austin of Woodhouse, 30 May 1883 at her father's home, by her brother-in-law, Rev. Wray Smith [NR188300607]

Joslyn -- Mabel Joslyn -- see 1918 Simcoe Public School students
-- also see Joslin, Mabel

Joy -- Miriam Joy 1839-1897 [Greenwood Cemetery stone] 
-- the will of Miriam Joy of New Brighton, Maryland was probated in 1897 [Norfolk Wills]

Joyce -- Mrs. Joyce of Waterford -- see Waterford & Townsend Cenotaph

Joyce -- Miss Augusta Joyce of Detroit married Howard A. Riggins of Buffalo, 10 May 1910 at home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Joyce in Waterford [WS19100512p1] [BC19100518]

Joyce -- Charlotte Joyce, daughter of James and Selina Joyce, born 3 Aug 1866, married Louis Beemer [Greenwood Cemetery stone]

Joyce -- Miss Hannah Joyce of Walsingham married George W. Bowman of Walsingham, 12 Oct 1887 in Middleton [BC18871102]

Joyce -- J. Joyce -- see Waterford Businesses, 1887

Joyce -- James Joyce, boots and shoes -- see 1877 Waterford and Townsend
-- see Early Waterford [pdf]

Joyce -- to wife of merchant Jas. Joyce a daughter, 13 Dec 1880 in Waterford [BC18801212p3]

Joyce -- James Joyce Sr., 87, died 22 Feb 1899 at the home of his daughter, Mrs. G. W. Green at Kingsville, Ontario [WS18990302p1] 
-- Mr. Joyce was a Kingsville last week attending the funeral of his father [WS18990302p1]   
-- the will of James Joyce of Kingsville was probated in 1900 [Norfolk Wills

Joyce -- James Joyce had his sisters, Mrs. G. W. Green of Kingsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nunn of Lake Eunice, Minnesota visiting [WS18990406p1]

Joyce -- Mr. and Mrs. James Joyce had their son, Herbert Joyce of Detroit, visiting [WS19101027p1] -- Mr. and Mrs. James Joyce had their children, Mrs. H. Riggins of Buffalo and Herbert Joyce of Detroit, visiting [WS19101027p1]

Joyce -- James Joyce, an old and well-known resident of Waterford for many years, dropped dead in his back yard at his home on Monday [Waterford SR19161130p2] 
-- James, son of James and Caroline Tyler Joyce of Godalming, England, 14 Nov 1835, Toronto 27 Nov 1916 [Greenwood Cemetery stone]

Joyce -- Mrs. James Joyce of Waterford has her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCormick of Glenmorris, visiting [SR19181010p2]

Joyce -- Miss Lottie Joyce of Waterford married Louis Beemer of Townsend 20 Jun 1892 in Montreal, Que. [NR18920707]

Joyce -- M. Joyce: 
-- was a 1909 Windham Officer [ WS19090401p6]
-- was a 1910 Windham Officer [WS19100331p4]
-- was a 1915 Windham Officer

Joyce -- Maurice Joyce, farmer, LaSalette; Lot 21, Concession 8, Windham [1919 Voters List]

Joyce -- May Stuart Joyce, born 2 Mar 1873, died 14 Mar 1941
 [Greenwood Cemetery stone]

Joyce -- N. Joyce of Waterford -- see Waterford & Townsend Cenotaph

Joyce -- Patrick Joyce 1822-1876 | his wife Mary 1830-1905
Morris Joyce 1865-1930 | Peter Joyce 1858-1919 [LaSalette Cemetery stone]

Joyce -- Peter Joyce, 38, single, born 11 Nov 1862 in Ontario, farmer
his single brother Moris [sic], 31, born 5 Oct 1869 in Ontario, farmer
his widowed mother Mary, 65, born 12 Jun 1855 in Ireland, immigrated 1850 
[1901 Census of Windham:4]

Joyce -- Peter Joyce of LaSalette, who has been quite ill for some time, is no better and no hopes are entertained for his recovery [SR19190109p6] -- see his obituary

Joyce -- Phebe Alberta Joyce born [Ontario Vital Stats 1870]

Joyce -- Miss Vena Joyce of Paris married James Burns of Woodstock 10 Jul 1907 in Paris [SR19070809]

Joyce -- William Joyce, fruit grower, Main, Waterford 
Katherine Joyce, Main, Waterford 
Selina Joyce, widow, Waterford [1919 Voters List]

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