Living with his family in Fitzroy in 1861 census.
Living with his family in Fitzroy in 1871 census.
Wedding was officiated by Reverend James Stewart. He served in the militia during the Fenian Raids in the late 1860’s, was an Orangemen for 65 years. Moved with his wife and 7 kids to Darlingford Manitoba in 1900.
LIsted living with his wife in June 8, 1916 census. W1, Twp 3, Rg. 7 just outside the village of Darlingford.
Still in the same place in the 1921 census, with his wife, and his son Stewart, living with him. Also had a laborer (Walter Scott), and domestic Violet Scott - both are listed as single so I presume that they are brother/sister,both born in Manitoba).
From the Government of Canada records - he was a Private in the 42nd Brockville Battalion of Infantry in the Fenian Raids of 1870 (serving May 26-June 18 at Brockville, where an attack was expected, serving under Captain A. Fraser. His “Canada General Service Medal” (#5367) was sent to him while he lived in Marathon, Ontario.