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Moaat -- Robert Moaat born [Ontario Vital Stats 1869]

Mobley -- Margaret Winnifred Mobley, elder daughter of Mrs. C. [R]. McCall of Vittoria, married Richard Pyper of Clive, Alberta, 1 Oct 1920 in Niagara Falls [SR19201111p8] [Compiler's Comment: bride was a child of Nina Jean Caldwell and her first husband, Mr. Mobley. Nina subsequently married Robert Thomas "Clarence" McCall of Vittoria]

Moblo -- Miss Minnie Moblo married David Aaron Matthews, 30 Dec 1897 [in Waterford] [WS18980106p5] -- see scan of Waterford Star B-M-D column

Moblo -- Minie Moblo, 75, died 20 Jan 1935
her husband David A. Matthews, 72, died 6 May 1929 [Greenwood Cemetery stone]   

Moblo -- Nelson Moble -- see Early Waterford [pdf]

Moblo -- Nelson Molbo's wife, Phoebe Courtney, 81, widow of William Young, mother of Mrs. Alex Rock, died 4 Jun 1915 in Waterford [WS19150610p1] [SR19150617p7] [obituary SR19150617p10] -- also see her Waterford Star obituary

Moblo -- Nelson Moblo, 97, died Fri 21 Feb 1919 in Waterford.  Funeral Sunday. Interment in Jarvis. Three daughters, two sons, survive [SR19190227p7]

Mobola -- Robert Mobola wed Isaella Bradshaw [Ontario Vital Stats 1879]

Mockler -- Mrs. Maria Mockler, [..] died Friday [..] Feb 1917 in Simcoe [SR19170222p7]

Modole -- Erlie Modole -- see 1913 Charlotteville officers

Modole -- Moses Modole -- see 1913 Charlotteville officers

Moe -- Mrs. Moe was daughter of Edwin H. Widner

Moe -- Miss Annie J. Moe of Simcoe married Charles E. Woolley of Charlotteville, 16 Dec 1885 at her mother's home in Simcoe [BC18851217]

Moe -- Annie J. Moe 1859-1932 | her husband Chas. E. Woodley 1861-1935
[Woodhouse United Cemetery stone]

Moe -- Charles M. Moe was buried in Hamilton -- see his funeral

Moe -- Effie Moe born [Ontario Vital Stats 1870]

Moe -- Husted W. Moe married Miss Estella M. Widner, eldest daughter of Edward Widner, 7 Feb 1900 at her parents' home in Simcoe [SR19000208p1]

Moe -- to wife of H. Moe, a daughter, 17 May 1901 in Simcoe [SR19010523]

Moe -- to wife of Heusted Moe a son 20 Feb 1903 at Indian Head, N.W.T. [SR19030319]

Moe -- Mrs. H. W. Moe of New Westminister was sister of Mrs. J. T. Leask
-- see Leask anniversary

Moe -- James Moe of Simcoe married Emma, third daughter of M. R. Steele of Simcoe, 10 Mar 1886 at her father's home [NR18860318
-- also see her father's obituary 
-- also see E. L. Hodgeson's obituary

Moe -- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moe had their daughter, Miss Effie Moe, superintendent of the Y.W.C.A. Hamilton, visiting [SR19190807p10]

Moe -- James W. Moe, traveller, 168 Main Street, Simcoe 
Emma Moe, 168 Main Street, Simcoe [1919 Voters List]

Moe -- James W. Moe of Simcoe has been a travelling salesman for Lever Bros. for 20 years [SR19191218p12]

Moe -- James W. Moe -- see Photos & Bios

Moe -- James W. Moe 1856-1942 | his wife Emma Steele 1863-1954 [Oakwood Cemetery stone]

Moe -- John W. Moe married Sophia Lawrason of Windham. Their children included James W. Moe, Charles M. Moe and Mrs. Charles E. Woolley of Charlotteville -- see Charles' obituary

Moe -- to Laura Moe, wife of Arthur Wellesley Henry, a son: Lawrence Wellesley, 11 Jul 1909 in London [SR19090615] -- Laura Moe, Mrs. A. W. Henry of London, is visiting in Simcoe [SR19161109p7]

Moe -- Muriel, in her second year, only daughter of Huested Moe, formerly of Simcoe, died 26 Mar 1903 at Indian Head, N.W.T. [SR19030402]

Moe -- Norman, 2 years and 3 months, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moe, died 9 May 1905 in Indian Head [SR19050512]

Moe -- Mrs. Sophia Augusta Moe, 62, died 27 Mar 1897 in Simcoe [SR18970401]

Moff't. -- Moff't. & Smoke and William Smithson, Lot 5, Concession 9, Charlotteville 
[1857 Sketch]

Moffat -- also see Moffatt, Moffett

Moffat -- John Moffat, farmer, RR1 Clear Creek 
Rebecca Moffat, Lot 1, Concession 6, South Walsingham 
James Moffat, carpenter, RR1 Clear Creek [1919 Voters List]

Moffat -- Wm. J. Moffat died [BC19060509]

Moffatt -- also see Moffat, Moffett

Moffatt -- [male] Moffatt born [Ontario Vital Stats 1869]

Moffatt -- A. F. Moffat [sic]:
 -- was an officer of 1914 South Walsingham
-- was an officer of 1915 South Walsingham [SR19150211p7]
-- was an officer of 1916 South Walsingham [SR19160323p3] 

Moffatt -- Allan Moffat [sic] -- see Simcoe Public School 1914 Promotions

Moffatt -- Allan F. Moffatt replaced Joseph Brooks as a 1915 South Walsingham pathmaster [SR19150311p5]

Moffatt -- Mrs. Allan Moffatt of Cultus was daughter of Mrs. Aspden of Walsh [SR19150415p9]

Moffatt -- Mr. and Mrs. Allan Moffat [sic] have sold their farm here and are moving to Simcoe [Cultus SR19170215p2]

Moffatt -- Allan Moffat [sic], farmer, Langton 
Hattie Moffat [sic], Langton [1919 Voters List]

Moffatt -- Allan Ford Moffatt 1884-1961 | his wife Harriet J. Aspden 1887-1946 
[Langton Baptist Cemetery stone]

Moffatt -- Emily Rebecca Moffatt, wife of John Lister died in Brantford
-- see 1903 Star News

Moffatt -- Notice: Per writ from the Queen's Bench, Sheriff H. V. A. Rapelje, has seized the land and tenements of Nathaniel Hughson (Lot 24, 7th Concession, Townsend, 200 acres; and Lot 15, 3rd Concession, Windham, 200 acres) at the suit of Hon. George Moffatt and John Jameison [sic]. Property will be offered of sale 15 Jan 1842 at the Court House in Simcoe 
[12 Oct 1841 ad in

Moffatt -- George L. Moffat [sic] of Cultus married Miss Alice Pretty of South Walsingham, 23 Sep 1914 at Walsingham Centre [SR19141015p4]

Moffatt -- George Leslie Moffat [sic], 797148, Private [1916 Norfolk's Own] -- George Leslie Moffat, 30, laborer, of Port Rowan, born 15 Jun 1886 at Cultus, wife: Alice of Port Rowan
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 1.
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 2.

Moffatt -- Private G. L. Moffatt of Port Rowan, a member of 133rd Battalion, has been wounded [SR19170426p1] -- Pte. George Wesley [sic] Moffatt (photo) of Port Rowan, 133rd Battalion, wounded at Vimy Ridge [SR19170510p1]

Moffatt -- to the wife of Leslie Moffatt, a son, 2 Apr 1920 in Port Rowan [SR19200408p2] 

Moffatt -- G. Leslie Moffatt, 77, Private 133 Battn. C.E.F., died 1 Sep 1963
his wife Alice Pretty 1896-1967 [Franklin Cemetery stone]

Moffatt -- James [sic] Moffatt Sr. was buried yesterday at Cultus. Mr. and Mrs. Fishback of Belmont, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Moffatt of Simcoe, and Jas. Moffatt of Paris, attended [SR19170607p5]

Moffatt -- John Moffatt Sr. died 27 May 1917 -- see his obituary

Moffatt -- John Moffatt 1837-1917
his wife Magdalene, 61 years 3 months 19 days, died 3 May 1908
James Moffatt 1874-1930 | Isobelle Fishback 1868-1953
W. Freeman Moffatt 1882-1905 [
Cultus Cemetery stone]
Compiler's Comment: same stone as Morley E. Moffatt]

Moffatt -- John S. Moffett [sic] of South Walsingham married Miss Rebecca Underhill of South Walsingham, 1 Oct 1902 at Walsingham Centre [SR19021009]

Moffatt -- wife of John Moffett [sic] had a son 15 Mar 1907 in Cultus [SR19070329]

Moffatt -- Morley Moffatt, fisherman, Wolven Street, Port Rowan  
Alice Moffatt, Wolven Street, Port Rowan [1919 Voters List

Moffatt -- Morley Everd Moffatt, 797122, Private [1916 Norfolk's Own
-- see Carillon Tower's WWI Plaque 

Moffatt -- Pte. Morley E. Moffatt, 28, killed in action, 2 Jun 1917
[Cultus Cemetery stone] [Compiler's Comment: same stone as John Moffatt]

Moffatt -- Sarah C. Moffatt 1873-1941 | her husband William E. Aspden, 38, died 23 May 1905
Cultus Cemetery stone]

Moffatt -- William Moffatt, 50, born 5 Nov 1850 in Ontario, farmer
his wife Nickles, 39, born 1 Apr 1861 in Ontario
his single son William J., 16, born 6 Jan 1885 in Ontario
his single daughter Annie E., 11, born 12 Jan 1890 in Ontario
his single daughter Maggie B., 1, born 22 May 1899 in Ontario 
[1901 Census of N. Walsingham:1]

Moffett -- Job Moffett, 67 years 4 days, died 4 Jan 1865 -- see photo of his cemetery stone

Moffett -- Matthew Moffett, 24, single, born 10 Nov 1876 in Ontario, blacksmith, resided in the household of John W. Berry [1901 Census of N.Walsingham:3]

Mohan -- Mrs. R. T. Mohan donated to Belgium Relief at Simcoe [SR19141210p7]

Moir -- Rev. David A. Moir, clergyman, 146 Colborne St. S., Simcoe [1919 Voters List]

Moir -- David A. Moir -- see Photos & Bios

Moise -- Miss Mary [Moise][y] of Simcoe married Andrew Thompson of Simcoe, 14 Mar 1877 in Simcoe [BC18770425p3] -- Mary Maise married Andrew Thompson [Ontario Vital Stats 1877]

Moise -- Wm. Moise of Lucknow married Miss Anna Belle Burkhart, the long time organist at Delhi's Presbyterian Church, 8 Sep 1920 in Delhi [SR19200909p11]
-- also see their wedding review

Moise -- William H. Moise, clerk, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Moles -- Bertha, third daughter of R. G. Moles of Arnprior, married Frederick C. Mulkins of Ottawa, son of W. H. Mulkins of Toronto, 30 Oct [1895] at Arnprior [SR18951107
[Compiler's Comment: announcement has more]

Molloy -- Amelia Frances, wife of L. B. Molloy and third daughter of late Rev. John Gemley of Simcoe, died suddenly 14 Dec 1895 in King's County, Ireland [SR18960109]

Molson -- Kenneth Molson, of Molson's Bank, St. Thomas, married Miss Mary Letita Snider, third daughter of Judge Snider, last Thursday. [18 Apr 1901] Bride's sister, Miss Winnie Snider and groom's sister Miss Mabel Molson attended [SR19010425]

Monachan -- Miss Mary Monachan of Brantford married Lewis Weaver of Brantford, 21 Mar 1890 in Simcoe [BC18900426]

Monce -- Georgianna Monce died [Ontario Vital Stats 1881]

Mone -- J. A. Mone -- see 1893 South Walsingham Council

Monett -- Elizabeth Monett wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1880]

Monett -- the will of Simildia Monett of North Walsingham was probated in 1892 
[Norfolk Wills]

Money -- Alberta Money 1882-1961 |her husband  Frederick J. Goyit 1874-1955 
[Oakwood Cemetery stone]

Money -- Ida May "Mamie" Money 1899-1985 [Langton Baptist Cemetery stone]

Money -- James Henry Alfred Money, farmer -- see 1917 Norfolk Exemptions [pdf]

Money -- James Henry Alfred Money (3311122) of [unreadable], 20, single Methodist farmer, born [..] Jul 1897 in Portsmouth England, friend of John Hagan of Ambrose. Enlisted: Nov 1917
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper: side 1

Money -- James Money went to Brantford to answer the call to service. He will be greatly missed in the community [Walsingham SR19180516p10] -- J. N. Hagan, Henry Schilz, I. Simons, visited Private James Money at Niagara before he goes overseas [SR19180620p2]  

Money -- James Money, soldier, Silver Hill [1919 Voters List]

Monick -- Mrs. [Anna] Monick, [82], died 9 May 1905 at home of her son-in-law, Mr. A L[ea]ch, in Woodhouse [SR19050502]

Monilaws -- George Monilaws of Alberta, N.W.T. married Belle, daughter of J. M. Tisdale of Simcoe, 18 Jan 1898 in Simcoe [SR18980120]

Monro -- A. and D. and W. Monro, and F. L. W[alsh], Lot 2, Concession 5, Charlotteville 
[1857 Sketch]   

Monro -- to wife of Adam Monro a child [BC19060912]

Monro -- C. Monro and R. Monro, Lot 14, Conession 4, Charlotteville [1857 Sketch

Monro -- James Monro, son of Robert and Mary Monro married Catherine, eldest daughter of Donald McCall and Elsie Simpson in New Jersey before coming to Upper Canada 
-- see their Family Group Sheet 

Monro -- Mary E., 18 years 11 months 29 days, daughter of Robert and Hannah Monro, died 4 May 1859 -- see our Walsh United Cemetery video

Monro -- R. Monro, Thos. Mitchell, W. Oaks, Lot 8, Concession 4, Charlotteville 
[1857 Sketch] [Compiler's Comment: 1856 Map lists R. Monro; 1857 Sketch lists B. Monro]

Monro -- R. Monro and C. Monro, Lot 14, Conession 4, Charlotteville [1857 Sketch

Monroe -- Mrs. Monroe donated to Belgian Relief [SR19141119p1] [SR19141126p1]

Monroe -- Arthur Monroe -- see pupils of F. H. Stringer

Monroe -- to wife of Angus Monroe [sic] of the Canadian, twins -- a son and a daughter -- 23 Apr 1883 in Simcoe [NR18830426]

Monroe -- Pte. Bert Monroe returned to Port Dover from the front Monday of last week. He expects to be discharged shortly [SR19190116p7]

Monroe -- Charles Monroe, farmer, RR2 Port Dover 
Martha Monroe, Lot 11, Concession 2, Woodhouse [1919 Voters List]

Monroe -- Charles B. Monroe 1885-1968 | his wife Martha A. 1883-1972
[Old Woodhouse Cemetery stone]

Monroe -- Charles Leslie Monroe born [Ontario Vital Stats 1881]

Monroe -- Clarence Bertran Monroe of Port Dover -- see 1917 Norfolk Exemptions [pdf]

Monroe -- Daniel M. Monroe, 51 years 4 months 1 day, died 1 Jul 1853
-- see McCall-Fairchild Cemetery video

Monroe -- David A. Monroe died [Ontario Vital Stats 1870]

Monroe -- Dorcas H. Monroe -- see 1920 Shand's Junior High results

Monroe -- Edwin Monroe -- see 1879 Charlotteville Ag Prizes

Monroe -- Methodist church members met last Tuesday at home of Edwin Monroe to celebrate his 66th birthday [Walsh NR18910910]

Monroe -- Edwin Monroe, 75, died 6 Sep 1900 in Charlotteville [SR19000920]
-- the will of Edwin Monroe of Charlotteville was probated in 1900 [Norfolk Wills
-- Edwin Monroe 1825-1900
his first wife Rebecca J. 1830-1859
his second wife Martha J. Miller 1839-1917 -- see our Walsh United Cemetery video

Monroe -- Eliza, 70 years 10 months, wife of Justus Monroe, died 14 Dec 1873
 [Round Plains Cemetery stone] -- see Round Plains Cemetery video

Monroe -- [Eunice] Monroe, Mrs. Isaac A. Gilbert, died 28 Dec 1915 in Bay City, Michigan [SR19160106p10]

Monroe -- Mrs. Eva Monroe of St. Thomas married Israel Woodley of Benton Harbor, Michigan, in April 1877 -- see his obituary

Monroe -- Miss Ina G. Monroe, teacher -- see 1920 Junior High results

Monroe -- to wife of J. W. Monroe a daughter 10 Dec 1898 at Walsh [SR18981229]

Monroe -- J. W. Monroe subscribed to Simcoe Pork Packing

Monroe -- to wife of J. W. Monroe a son 18 May 1902 at Turkey Point [SR19020522]

Monroe -- to wife of J. W. Monroe a daughter 28 Nov 1903 at Walsh [SR19031211]

Monroe -- to wife of J. W. Monroe a daughter 14 Nov 1906 at Walsh [SR19061130]

Monroe -- to wife of J. W. Monroe a daughter 28 Apr 1910 in Charlotteville [BC19100511]

Monroe -- J. W. Monroe was a 1912 Charlotteville Council Official
[Compiler's Comment: Warren and his family moved to Walpole Township in 1912. He and his wife lived there the rest of their lives. They were subsequently buried in Walsh United Cemetery]

Monroe -- to wife of James W. Monroe (nee Martha Ann Hutchinson) a son 30 Oct 1897 in Charlotteville [Charlotteville Births 1876-1900]

Monroe -- to wife of James Warren Monroe, nee Martha Ann Hutchinson, a son 28 Jul 1900 in Charlotteville [Charlotteville Births 1876-1900]

Monroe -- James W. Monroe, 35, born 13 Mar 1866 in Ontario, gen laborer
his wife Martha A., 33, born 26 Dec 1898 in Ontario
his single daughter Ina G., 2, born 10 Dec 1898 in Ontario
his single son Thomas, 8 months, born 28 Jul 1900 in Ontario [1901 Census of Charlotteville:2]

Monroe -- J. Warren Monroe 1865-1957 | his wife Martha Ann Hutchinson 1867-1964
their children: James H. died 4 Nov 1897 and Robert E. died 25 Oct 1902 | Olive 1909
Elise A., 4 months 1 day, died 14 Mar 1907 [Walsh Methodist Cemetery stones]

Monroe -- Janet Monroe, 44, widow, born 25 Dec 1856 in Ontario, servant
her single daughter Jessie M., 17, born 8 Apr 1883 in Ontario, mill hand
her single son Chas. B., 15, born 11 Jun 1885 in Ontario
her single son Arthur N., 9, born 26 Apr 1891 in Ontario
her single son Burtran C., 8, born 14 Apr 1892 in Ontario
her single daughter Rhea M., 4, born 31 Oct 1896 in Ontario [1901 Census of Port Dover:1]

Monroe -- Justus Monroe, 86, died 1 Sep 1876 [Round Plains Cemetery stone] 
-- see Round Plains Cemetery video

Monroe -- Lizzie Monroe:  
-- see
Simcoe Public School 1914 Promotions
-- donated to Belgium Relief [SR19141210p1]

Monroe -- Margaret Monroe wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1869]

Monroe -- John, infant son of Wm. Monroe Jr., died 14 Jul 1895 in Port Dover [NR18950801]

Monroe -- John Monroe:  
-- see 1918 Simcoe Public School students
-- see 1919 Simcoe elementary students

Monroe -- John Clark Monroe, [3]0, died 9 Mar 1886 in Port Dover [NR18860318]

Monroe -- John R. Monroe donated to Belgium Relief [SR19141210p1]

Monroe -- Laura [I]. Monroe -- see 1920 Shand's Junior High results

Monroe -- Mainie Monroe donated to Belgium Relief [SR19141210p1]

Monroe -- Martha Monroe, 63, widow, born 24 Oct 1837 in Ontario, resided in the household of her son-in-law John H. Marshall [1901 Census of Charlotteville:2]

Monroe -- Mary Ann Monroe, 74, widow of William Monroe Sr. of Port Dover, died 18 Aug 1902 at home of her son, Thomas Monroe, in Hamilton [SR19020828] Mary A., widow of William Monroe, born about 1827, died 18 Aug 1802. Buried Old Woodhouse Church [OWC]

Monroe -- Melissa Monroe, 1868-1889, wife of Rex Vanduezen 
-- see our online Walsh United Cemetery video

Monroe -- Miss [Mellasa] Monroe married [Wrex] Vanduzen married 4 Dec 1895 at her father's home in Walsh [SR18951212]

Monroe -- Muriel Monroe -- see 1920 S.S. 12 Woodhouse promotions

Monroe -- Robert Monroe wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1871]

Monroe -- Robert Munroe, [81], a veteran of 1837, died [23] May 1879 in Charlotteville [NR18790805p3] -- the will of Robert Monroe of Charlotteville was probated in 1879 
[Norfolk Wills]

Monroe -- Stanton Monroe -- see 1920 S.S. 12 Woodhouse promotions

Monroe -- W. A. Monroe, laborer, Port Dover  
C. E. Monroe, green house, Port Dover  
J. M. Monroe, mill hand, Port Dover  
J. Munroe, widow, Port Dover [1919 Voters List]

Monroe -- Warren Monroe -- see Charlotteville Officers, 1908

Monroe -- Wm. Monroe married Anne McKay of Woodhouse, 18 Jan 1844.
Witnesses: Francis Ryerse; Jane Shaw [GJR-SR19010307]

Monroe -- William Monroe, husband of Janey Young, born 1853, died 1899. Buried Old Woodhouse Church [OWC]
-- William Monroe 1853-1899 | his wife Janet Young 1856-1931
[Woodhouse Methodist Cemetery stone]

Monroe -- William Monroe, husband of Mary A., born about 1809, died 25 Nov 1899. Buried Old Woodhouse Church [OWC]
-- William Monroe's wife, Mary A., 75, died 18 Aug 1902
[Woodhouse Methodist Cemetery stone]

Monroe -- William Arthur Monroe, 796723, Private [1916 Norfolk's Own]  
[Compiler's Comment: the C.E.F. database does not include a surviving Attestation Paper for this soldier]

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