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IBBOTSON, Benjamn – Emigration Agent for the Province of Quebec
at Montreal – Born May 23, 1820 at Versailles, France –
Died July 18, 1882 in Montreal, Quebec – (Obit.
IBBOTSON, Henry John, B.C.L. – Deputy Recorder of
Montreal (1883) – Born in 1818 in London, England – Died
February 4, 1883 in Montreal, Quebec – He was a son of the late
Capt. Hy. Ibbotson, of H. M.'s 103rd
Regt. of Foot. – (Obit.
ILES, Andrew – Train conductor – Died
November 12, 1879, Aylmer, Ontario – Railway accident –
INCE, Percy – Died February 18, 1884 at London,
Ontario – Killed by an explosion of gunpowder in Hobbs,
Osborne, & Hobbs' hardware store. – (JRO
INGERSOLL, Beverley (Mr.), of Woodstock, Ontario –
Died February 23, 1885 – Dies from the effects of injuries
received at a toboggan slide – (JRO
INGERSOLL, Jas –
Regr. Deeds, Oxford, Ontario – Deceased, successor appointed on
August 21, 1886 – (PAPS
INGERSOLL, Jas. – Registrar of Oxford, Ontario
(1834-86) – Born September 10, 1801 at Ingersoll, Ontario –
Died August 9, 1886 at Ingersoll, Ontario – He is said to have
been the first white child born in the Co. Oxford. His eldest
brother, Charles, was a lieutenant of dragoons in the war of 1812,
and was afterwards, for several years, a member of the old U. C.
Assembly. His elder sister, Mrs. Laura Secord, is well known in
history by her remarkable achievement in connection with the British
success at the Beaver Dam during the war of 1812. Ingersoll, Ontario
was named after his father, Mr. Thos. Ingersoll, who was its founder.
– (Obit. 86).
INGLIS, Chars. Leycester (Rev.), M.A. (1845) –
Rector of Stamford, Ontario – Native of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
– Died November 2, 1885 at Niagara Falls, Ontario –
INGLIS, Walter (Rev., Presb.) – Born in 1815 in
Scotland – Died October 18, 1884 at Ayr, Ontario – He
emigrated to South Africa in 1842, later returned to Britain, and
came out to Canada in 1855. – (Obit.
C. – Deck hand on the Asia
September 14, 1882, Georgian Bay, Ontario
in the wreck of the steamer Asia
– (JRO 82).
INNES, Elspret Fordyce (Mrs.) – Relict of the late
Mr. Alex Innes, and mother of James Innes, Esq., M.P. – Native
of Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland – Died November 26, 1884 at
Guelph, Ontario aged 82. – (Obit.
IRVINE, Jas., crew –
Died March 7, 1879, Lost in the wreck of the ship Turkish
Empire on Big Duck Island –
IRVINE, Mrs. Annie Routh (née Lemesurier) – Died April
3, 1880 in Quebec City – Wife of Hon. Geo., Q.C., M.P.P., to
whom she sas married in 1856. She was the third daughter of the late
Hy. Lemesurier, Esq. – (Obit.
IRVING, Margaret (Mrs. Snetsinger) – Died
September 3, 1879, Moulinette, Ontario – Wife of Mr. John G.
Snetsinger, late M.P.P. – (Obit.
ISBISTER, Alex. Kennedy, M. A., LL.B. – Formerly a
factor in the Hudson's Bay Co. – Died May 28, 1883 in England
aged 61. – (Obit. 83).
IVORY, James – Employee of the Gas Company –
Died August 2, 1879 at Hamilton, Ontario – Killed when a wall
of a building destroyed by fire fell on him – (JRO
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