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John Brock, son of Francis Brock and Ann Dundas
Born: 18 Aug 1829 in Fermangh County, Ireland
Married: Elizabeth Forster, about 1854 in Woodhouse, Norfolk County (age 25)
Died: 18 Jan 1910 in Tyrell, Townsend, Norfolk County (age 80) 
Buried: St. Paul's Churchyard Cemetery, Jarvis, Haldimand County
Elizabeth Ann Forster, daughter of George E. Forster and Eleanor Barnes
Born: 18 Jun 1835 in Toronto, Upper Canada
Married: John Brock, about 1854 in Woodhouse, Norfolk County (age 19)
Died: 7 Sep 1907 in Lot 22, Con 14, Townsend, Norfolk County (age 72)  
Buried: St. Mary's Cemetery, Windham Township, Norfolk County
Their Children:
George Edward Brock married Phoebe Charlotte Emily Matthews
Frank Brock married Hattie L.Mason
Robert Barnes Brock married Mary Louise O'Mahoney
Thomas Dundas Brock (1860-1929)
John Forster Brock married Sarah Shearer McCall
Clarence William Percy "Percy" Brock married Martha Beemer, then Daisy Secord
Matthew Charles Leslie "Patsy" Brock (1867-1941)
Arthur Ernest Brock. Moved to Philadelphia
Herbert Granville Brock (1872-1891)
Frederick Mortimer Gustavus Brock (1875-1959). Moved to Winnipeg
Eleanor Ann Elizabeth Brock (1878-1880)
Elizabeth Ann Forster's parents came to Canada and eventually Norfolk County with her mother's uncle, George Jackson, in 1834. John was a blacksmith in Jarvis, just east of Norfolk County, when he married Elizabeth. They lived in Jarvis in 1885 then moved to London, Ontario where he conducted a carriage shop until 1900. John and Elizabeth retired to her father's farm, by then owned by her sisters and their son Robert. After Elizabeth died John lived with his son George Edward on his family at Tyrrell.
Source: John Cardiff of Simcoe, Norfolk County. Last updated: 08 Aug 2014
Acknowledgements: Dan Brock of London, Ontario and
Wm. B. Jackson of Port Dover.
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