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Nicks -- Charles W. Nicks, farmer, RR1 Nixon, Lot 5, Concession 12, Windham
[1919 Voters List]

Nicks -- Charles Walter Nicks 1868-1965 [Greenwood Cemetery stone]

Nickson -- Mary Nickson wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1876]

Nicol -- also see Nichol

Nicol -- Elwin Nicol, laborer, Simcoe; Lot 24, Concession 14, Townsend [1919 Voters List]

Nicol -- John Nicol, 79, died 1 Apr 1919 in Hamilton -- see his obituary

Nicol -- Martha Nicol born [Ontario Vital Stats 1869]

Nicol -- Miss Mary B. Nicol of Port Dover married R. Lade of Woodhouse 28 Dec 1887 at Port Dover [NR18880105]

Nicol -- Rev. Peter Nicol of Simcoe's brother: John Nicol, 79, died 1 Apr 1916 in Hamilton [SR19160406p10] -- see John's Nicol's obituary

Nicol -- Rev. Peter Nicol of Simcoe's son-in-law, Rev. S. F. Sharpe, B.A., D.D., Presbytertian pastor at Exeter, Ont. died at his home there on Sunday, leaving a widow and daughter. He was buried yesterday in Simcoe's Oakwood Cemetery  [SR19180425p12]

Nicol -- Peter Nicol, clergyman, 102 Kent Street North, Simcoe 
Margaret Nicol, housewife, 102 Kent Street North, Simcoe [1919 Voters List]

Nicol -- R. Nicol, Lot 13, Concession BFne, Woodhouse [1857 Sketch]

Nicolls -- Mrs. E. L. Nicholls was daughter of Colin LaFortune -- see his obituary

Nicolls -- Mrs. E. L. Nicolls of Port Dover hosted the wedding of her neice, Miss Muriel Florence Abbott to Bruce Brown of Port Rowan, 25 Apr 1918 [SR19180509p10] -- also see wedding review

Nicolls -- Edward Nicolls 1880-1961 | his wife Alice E. LaFortune 1870-1942
[Port Dover Cemetery stone]

Nicholls -- to the wife of Hugh James Nicolls, a son, Thu 15 Aug 1918 in Simcoe [SR19180822p5]

Nicols -- Private Nicols of Simcoe -- see Two Soldiers Return

Nicolson -- Mrs. Wilfred Nicolson of Winnipeg was a daughter of William C. Burke
-- see her father's obituary

Niebles -- Merrand Niebles had mail waiting in 1840

Niece -- Mrs. Walter Niece of Dunville was daughter of Ephraim Tisdale 
-- see Ephraim's obituary

Niederauer -- also see Neiderauer, Niedrauer

Neiderauer -- Amos Neiderauer, clerk,  109 Head St. N., Simcoe 
Alice Neiderauer, 109 Head Street North, Simcoe [1919 Voters List]

Niederauer -- Arthur Niederauer, laborer, 125 Chapel St., Simcoe 
Mary Niederaurer, 125 Chapel Street, Simcoe 
Edward E. Niederaurer, soldier, 125 Chapel Street, Simcoe [1919 Voters List

Niederauer -- George Niederauer 1856-1899 | Lydia 1855-1936 [Oakwood Cemetery stone]

Niederauer -- James Arthur, 21 months, youngest son of Arthur Neiderauer, died 20 Feb 1893 in Simcoe [NR18930223] -- James A., 1, died 20 Feb 1893,son of Arthur and Mary J. Niedrauer [Oakwood Cemetery stone]

Niederauer -- to the wife of John E. Niederauer, a son 14 Aug 1910 in Simcoe [BC19100817p4] [SR19100818p10]

Niederauer -- John E. Niederaurer, painter, 235 Talbot S., Simcoe 
Grace M. Niederaurer, 235 Talbot Street South, Simcoe [1919 Voters List

Niederauer -- Leo Grassett Niederaur, 8 months, youngest son of George Niederaurer, died 11 Mar 1892 in Simcoe [NR18920324
-- Leo. G. Niederauer, 8 months 17 days, son of Geo. and Lydia Neiderauer, died 11 Mar 1892 [Oakwood Cemetery stone]

Niederauer -- Lydia Niederauer, 1855-1936 
[Oakwood Cemetery stone]

Niederauer -- Norma Geraldine, 5 months 2 days, infant daughter of John E. Niederauer, died 16 Oct 1908 in Simcoe [SR19081022]

Niederauer -- Thomas Neiderauer of Buffalo, N.Y. married Miss Abbie Fowler of Simcoe 29 Dec 1890 in Simcoe [BC18910107]

Neidrauer -- Delbert Neiderauer [sic] -- also see 24 Soldiers return

Niedrauer -- Jacob Niedrauer, 52 years 5 months, died 24 Sep 1879 
-- see photo of his cemetery stone

Niedrauer  -- James A., 1, died 20 Feb 1893, son of Arthur and Mary J. Niedrauer [Oakwood Cemetery stone] -- James Arthur, 21 months, youngest son of Arthur Neiderauer, died 20 Feb 1893 in Simcoe [NR18930223]

Neidraurer -- to wife of John Neidraurer a son 18 Jul 1914 in Simcoe [SR19140723p7] -- the infant son of John Neidraurer died 21 Jul 1914 in Simcoe [SR19140723p7]

Nieghorn -- John Nieghorn of Winnipeg married Ida Alberta Batson

Niel -- William Niel wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1876]

Neilson -- Elizabeth Nielson, 16, born 15 Nov 1884 in Ontario, resided in the household of her great uncle James Crockett [1901 Census of Port Rowan]

Nier -- Joseph Nier wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1876]

Niewcewitz -- Julian Niewcewitz, machinist, Port Dover [1919 Voters List]

Nigh -- "Alimony and Slander. Miller & Backus, barristers, Aylmer, acting for Mrs. Anna Nigh, have issued writs in two actions, one for alimony against her husband, H. W. Nigh, and the other for $2,000 damages for slander against her brother-in-law, George Nigh. The parties reside in Springfield. Mrs. Nigh claims $4 per week interum alimony from her husband." [SR18970722p1]

Nighter -- Herbert Nighter, laborer, 66 Head Street South, Simcoe [1919 Voters List]

Nightingale -- H. Nightingale signed 1914 temperance petition

Nightingale -- Herbert Nightingale, 796748, Private [1916 Norfolk's Own] -- Herbert Nightingale, 50 [sic], of Simcoe, Church of England, gardener, born 16 Nov 1873 in Staffordshire England, son of Wm, Nightingale of Staffordshire England
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 1.
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 2.

Nillis -- Robert Nillis -- see 1891 Middleton Officers

Nilson -- [Elman] Lee {Nilson], 27, born 12 Jul 1873 in Ontario, farmer
his wife [Martha] C., 29, born 13 Oct 1871 in Ontario
his single son Ross H., 4, born 12 Jul 1896 in Ontario [1901 Census of Charlotteville:1]  
[Compiler's Comment: this family apparently does not appear elsewhere in Norfolk's historical record. Many names very difficult to read. Surname may alternatively be: Mitson]

Nims -- G. H. Nims was employed by Green Bros. & Co. Foundry, Waterford in 1877 
[1877 article WS19090401p1] 

Nims -- Joel Nims was employed by Green Bros. & Co. Foundry, Waterford in 1877 
[1877 article WS19090401p1] 

Ninns -- George Archie Ninns born [Ontario Vital Stats 1881]

Nishik -- Albert Nishik, 18, of Round Plains was killed 31 Jan 1931
-- see Three killed at Round Plains

Nishik -- Albert Nishik 1913-1931 | Noel Seward  1913-1931 | Howard Batten 1912-1931
Claude Maylon 1908-1982 | his wife Alma Nishik 1903-1978
her mother Louise Nishik-Noweck 1903-1973 [
Greenwood Cemetery stone]

Nix -- Elizabeth Nix of Simcoe sued Charles Lake of Tilsonburg for seduction, seeking $1,000. Jury awarded $200 [SR18970527p1]

Nix -- young George Nix nearly drowned -- see A Young Hero (two articles)

Nix -- Harmon Nix -- see 1879 Firemen's Picnic

Nix -- Isaac Nix: 
-- wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1869 page 06]
-- wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1876 page 57]

Nix -- Isaac Nix, 58, born 8 May 1842 in Ontario, carpenter
his single daughter R. C. Ann, 17, born 27 May 1883 in Ontario
his single son Leroy, 13, born 21 Jan 1888 in Ontario [1901 Census of Charlotteville:5] [Compiler's Comment: middle initials precede first name in source document]

Nix -- Isaac Nix of Lynedoch is spending the winter with his daughter at Niagara Falls [SR19201230p11]

Nix -- Isaac Nix -- see 1937 Deaths

Nix -- old villager Jacob Nix .... Thursday. His burial... [Lynedoch NR18860805]

Nix -- to wife of James Nix (nee Rachel Bye) a daughter 17 Oct 1899 in Charlotteville [Charlotteville Births 1876-1900]

Nix -- to wife of James Nix a son 20 Jul 1905 in Simcoe [SR19050728]

Nix -- James Albert Nix of Lynedoch married Miss Rachel Bye 28 Dec 1898 at her parents' home in Charlotteville [SR18990105]

Nix -- Mary Nix died [Ontario Vital Stats 1875]

Nix -- Mrs. Mary Nix, [51], died 2 Oct 1899 in Lynedoch [SR18991012] -- Mary Nix, Charlotteville, widow of Jacob Nix, buried 4 Oct 1899 in Old Methodist Burying Ground [LCL]

Nix -- Mary Ann Nix, died in Charlotteville, cause of death: year's heart disease, buried 16 Oct 1900 in Old Methodist Church Burying Ground [Lynedoch] [LCL]

Nix -- Rhoda C. Nix, 19, Lynedoch spinster, born in Charlotteville, daughter of Isaac Nix and Mary A. Walker, married Gilbert Montross, 23, bachelor Wilsonville farmer, born in Charlotteville, son of Geo. Montross and E. G. Millard, 23 Aug 1903 in Port Dover 
[Ontario Vital Stats 013575]

Nix -- Roy Nix, farmer, RR1 Lynedoch 
Isaac Nix, farmer, RR1 Lynedoch 
Olive Nix, RR1 Lynedoch [1919 Voters List

Nix -- Roy Nix of Lynedoch has bought Elmer Sovereen's farm [Walsh SR19170301p5]

Nix -- Roy Nix was a 1920 Charlotteville Officer

Nix -- [Compiler's Comment: Leroy Nix, his wife Olive Smoke, and Isaac Nix are buried in Evergreen Cemetery]

Nix -- Viola Nix, wife of Harry Turner 1903-1955 [Silver Hill Cemetery stone]

Nix -- William Wallace Nix died [Ontario Vital Stats 1875]

Nixon -- Anna Clara Nixon wed John Hair [Ontario Vital Stats 1875]

Nixon -- Asa Nixon of St. Thomas married Rebecca, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Emerson of Vienna 3 Jun 1907 [SR19070614]

Nixon -- Bertha Nixon -- see Mary Bertha Nixon

Nixon -- Charlotte, daughter of William Nixon of 9th concession of Walpole, married Robert James Catherwood of Walpole, 23 Feb 1898 at her father's home [SR18980317]

Nixon -- Harriet Florence Nixon wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1882] -- Hattie Florence, youngest daughter of R. H. Nixon, married Harvey Shand, second son of W. Shand of Woodhouse, 22 Dec 1881 at her father's home near Renton [NR18820105p3] -- Hattie, youngest daughter of Robert Nixon married Harvey Shand 20 Dec 1881 at her father's home in Woodhouse  [BC18811228
[Compiler's Comment: This was half of a double wedding. See John Shand wed Mary Bertha Nixon]

Nixon -- Jane Nixon, 42, married, born 7 Apr 1858 in Ontario, domestic servant, and
Thomas Nixon, 5, single, born 22 Apr 1895 in Ontario, domestic servant, resided in the household of Allen Cotton [1901 Census of Windham:1]

Nixon -- Bertha, second daughter of Robert Nixon, married John Shand, 20 Dec 1881 at her father's home in Woodhouse [BC18811228]  -- Mary Bertha Nixon wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1882] -- Mary Bertha, second daughter of R. H. Nixon, married John Shand, son of W. Shand of Woodhouse, 22 Dec 1881 at her father's home near Renton [NR18820105p3] [Compiler's Comment: This was half of a double wedding. See Harvey Shand wed Harriet/Hattie Nixon]

Nixon -- J. S. Nixon, 58, died 26 May 1895 at his home in Walpole [NR18950606]

Nixon -- John Nixon, Lot 6, Concession 1n, Middleton [1857 Sketch]

Nixon -- Laura Nixon: 
-- see 1910 St. Williams School
-- see 1910 St. Williams School promotions

Nixon -- Louis W. Nixon of Toronto attended Mrs. R. H. Nixon's 93rd birthday celebrations 
-- see details

Nixon -- to wife of R. A. Nixon a son 12 Jan 1909 in Woodhouse [SR19090121]

Nixon -- Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Nixon of Minneapolis visited his parents last week 
[Renton NR18950516] -- Robert B. Nixon of Minneapolis is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Nixon [Renton WS18991116p8]

Nixon -- Robert Nixon, 81, died 5 Dec 1900 at Renton. Interred Friday at Oakwood Cemetery [SR19001213] -- R. H. Nixon 1820-1900 | his wife Mary C., 1823-1919 [Oakwood Cemetery stone] [Compiler's Comment: also see Robert H. Nixon, below]

Nixon -- Robert Nixon of Woodhouse married Rachel, daughter of Neal McNeill, 27 Feb 1901 at her parents' home in Woodhouse [SR19010307]

Nixon -- about 60 guests gathered at the home of Wm. Z. Nixon last Tuesday to welcome Robert A. and his bride home from their honeymoon [Renton SR19010314p1]

Nixon -- to wife of Robt. Nixon a son 5 Jul 1902 in Woodhouse [SR19020717]

Nixon -- Robert Nixon of Renton -- see 1909 Rural Phone Directory

Nixon -- Robert Nixon:
-- was an officer of 1913 Woodhouse Council
-- was an officer of 1914 Woodhouse Council  
-- was an officer of 1915 Woodhouse Council

Nixon -- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nixon of Renton hosted Mrs. Robt. H. Nixon's 93rd birthday celebration -- see her party

Nixon -- Robert A. Nixon, farmer, RR5 Simcoe 
Rachael Nixon, Lot 14, Concession 6, Woodhouse 
Elizabeth A. Nixon, widow, RR5 Simcoe [1919 Voters List]

Nixon -- Robert B. Nixon of Norfolk, Va., was son of Mrs. Robert H. Nixon -- see her party

Nixon -- Mrs. Robert H. Nixon celebrated her 93rd birthday a few days ago at the home of R. A. Nixon at Renton -- see details

Nixon -- Mrs. Robert H. Nixon, 95, died last Friday -- see her obituary

Nixon -- R. H. Nixon 1820-1900 | his wife Mary C. 1823-1919
[Oakwood Cemetery stone]

Nixon -- Robert Henry, infant son of Robert B. Nixon, died 14 Mar 1906 in Toronto. Interred Friday, Oakwood Cemetery, Simcoe [SR19060323] [BC19060321] -- Robert, infant son of Robert B. and Winifred Nixon, 7 Mar 1916 - 14 Mar 1916 [Oakwood Cemetery stone]

Nixon -- to wife of Thos. Nixon twin daughters 25 May 1902 in Walpole [SR19020605]

Nixon -- Thomas Nixon -- see 1937 Deaths

Nixon -- W. Nixon -- see 1891 Middleton Officers

Nixon -- Wm. Nixon was an officer of 1887 Woodhouse Council

Nixon -- Wm. Nixon: 
-- see St. Williams Race
-- see 1916 St. Williams

Nixon -- to wife of William Nixon, nee Mary E. Masterson, a daughter 27 Jan 1899 in Charlotteville [Charlotteville Births 1876-1900]

Nixon -- William Nixon, 80, born 23 Nov 1820 in England, immigrated 1872, day laborer
[1901 Census of Delhi]

Nixon -- Wm. Nixon
 was a 1908 Norfolk Fruit Grower
-- see 1908 Charlotteville Officers
-- see 1909 Charlotteville Officers
-- was a 1915 Charlotteville Officer [SR19150325p6]

Nixon -- William Mixon [sic], 34, born 1 Apr 1866 in Ontario, farmer
his wife Mary E., 34, born 23 Jun 1867 in Ontario
his single daughter Emma B., 2, born 27 Jan 1899 in Ontario
his widower father-in-law Henry R. Slingerland, 87, born 29 Apr 1813 in Ontario
his single sister-in-law Charity Slingerland, 51, born 2 Aug 1849 in Ontario
[1901 Census of Charlotteville:3]

Nixon -- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nixon of St. Williams' daughter, Emma Barbara, 19 years 1 months 22 days, died 21 Mar 1918 at the home of Mrs. Thos. Spiers at Wiseman's Corners 
[Emma's obituary SR19180411p6] -- Mr. and Mrs. William Nixon of St. Williams's daughter, Emma B., [2]9, died 21 Mar 1918 at Burk's Falls, Ontario. Interment 24 Mar 1918 in Newkirk [sic] Cemetery [SR19180328p7] -- Emma was survived by her parents and sister Miss Laura Nixon [SR19180328p5]

Nixon -- William Nixon of St. Williams: 
-- see Norfolk's 1917 Victory Loan Committee.
-- see Norfolk's 1918 Victory Loan Committee.

Nixon -- Wm. Nixon was a 1918 Charlotteville Officer

Nixon -- William Nixon, farmer, RR1 St. Williams 
Mrs. William Nixon, Lot 1, Concession B, Charlotteville [1919 Voters List]

Nixon -- William Nixon 1866-1936
his wife Mary Esther Masterson 1867-1959
their daughter Emma B. 1899-1918 [Johnson Cemetery stone]

Nixon -- at the home of his son-in-law, Wm. Z. Nixon at Renton: Jacob Bauslaugh, 81, formerly of Grimsby, a veteran of the War of 1812, died 29 Apr 1880 [BC18800512p3]

Nixon -- Wm. Z. Nixon, [..], died 5 Nov 1905 in Woodhouse [SR19051110p1] 
-- Wm. Z. Nixon 1824-1905 | his wife E. A. Nixon, 1837-1927 [Oakwood Cemetery stone]

Nixon -- Wm. Z. Nixon 1902-1984 | his wife Helen MacLennan 1897-1990 
[Oakwood Cemetery stone]

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