Canadian Deaths 1878-1886
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WADDELL, John, M. D. – Late Physician and Superintendent of the New Brunswick Lunatic Asylum – Died in 1878 – He was the son of the late Rev. John Waddell, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Truro, by a daughter of the well-known Jotham Blanchard, M.P.P. – (Obit. 78).

WADE, Miss – Died May 5, 1880, Sutherland's Corners, Ontario aged 14 – Burned to death – (JRO 80-81).

WADE, Wm. – M.D., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. – Died February 8, 1879, Cobourg, Ontario aged 38 – (Obit. 79).

WAGAR, Benj. – Died May 28, 1882, Napanee, Ontario – Railway accident – (ADS 82).

WAINWRIGHT, E. – Died August 20, 1882, Shot Lake – Drowned – (ADS 82).

WAITE, W. – Died September 14, 1883, St. Thomas, Ontario – House falls on him – (ADS 83).

WALKEM, Charles – Late of the civil branch, Royal Engineers – Born January 12, 1805 near Saltash, Cornwall, England – Died August 17, 1883 in Kingston, Ontario – He came to Canada in 1847. Of his 7 sons, the eldest George A., was for some years Premier of British Columbia, while another, Richard T., is a Q.C. – (Obit. 83).

WALKER – Engine driver – Died February 26, 1885 between Assemetquaghan and Millstream (Quebec) – Railway accident. – (JRO 85).

WALKER, Eliza (Mrs.) (née Yule) – Died in 1882 – Wife of Maj.-Genl. Fitz William Walker to whom she was married in 1844 – (Obit. 84).

WALKER, Eliza Yule (Mrs.) – Died September 15, 1882 at Chambly Canton, Quebec – Wife of Maj. Genl. Fitzwilliam Walker, late R.C. Rifles – (Obit. 82).

WALKER, Fitz William (Maj.-Genl.) – Late Lt.-Colonel commanding the Royal Canadian Rifle Regt. – Died March 24, 1884 at Chambly Canton, Quebec, where he had long resided, aged 69 – He married in 1844 Miss Eliza Yule, of Chambly (she died 1882). – (Obit. 84).

WALKER, George (Rev.) – For 30 years Pastor of the Presb. Church of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia – Died February 1, 1884 in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, aged 79 – (Obit. 84).

WALKER, John – Died March 10, 1882, Mount Forest, Ontario – Railway accident – (ADS 82).

WALKER, John – licence Commissioner, West York, Ontario – Deceased – Successor appointed on June 14, 1879 – (PAPS Ontario 79)

WALKER, Matthew – Employee of the Toronto Bolt Works – Died January 2, 1884 near Toronto, Ontario – Railway accident – (JRO 84).

WALKER, Miss, daughter of the owner of Brecon Mills – Died January 13, 1879, Ailsa Craig, Ontario – Suddenly dropped dead, apparently of heart disease; her lover, Mr. Edward Cousins, on hearing of her death, cut his throat; and the young lady's mother, who was absent at the time of her death, on seeing the corpse of her daughter also dropped dead from heart disease – (JRO 79).

WALKER, R. – Porter on the AsiaDied September 14, 1882, Georgian Bay, OntarioLost in the wreck of the steamer Asia – (JRO 82).

WALKER, Robt. – Died June 20, 1886 at Priceville, Ontario – Suicide by drowning – (ADS 86).

WALKER, William – Died October 18, 1882, St. Mary's, Ontario – Railway accident – (ADS 82).

WALKER, Wm. – Died July 4, 1884 at Tara, Ontario – Instantly killed when the boiler in J. Roger's sawmill explodes – (JRO 84).

WALL, John – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 33 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WALL, Martha – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 26 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WALLACE, Geo., B.A. – Head master of the Weston (Ont.) High School – Born about 1846 at Paisley, Scotland – Died February 24, 1886 at Weston, Ontario – He came to Canada about 1871. – (Obit. 86).

WALLACE, Maggie – Died July 26, 1882, Newboro', Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 82).

WALLACE, Robert – Died February, 1880, Waterford, New Brunswick aged 102 – Death from longevity – (DL 80-81).

WALLACE, Thomas J. – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 16 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WALLACE, Wm. – Died January 18, 1883 – Died of his wounds, having been shot by Roderick Howell, at Malpeque, P.E.I., in December last. The jury bring in a verdict of manslaughter and Howell, aged over 70, is sentenced to imprisonment for life. – (JRO 83).

WALLAEE – Died February 26, 1886 near Thornhill, Ontario – Railway accident. – (ADS 86).

WALLBRIDGE, Thos. Campbell – ex-M.P.P. for North Hastings in Can. Assembly – Born in 1830 at Belleville, Ontario – Died January 21, 1881, Belleville, Ontario – He was a brother of ex-Speaker Wallbridge, and descended from loyalists. – (Obit. 80-81).

WALLER, Samuel – M. D. – Born in 1803 – Died July 30, 1878 in Montreal, Quebec – He was a brother of the late Mr. Jocelyn Waller, and of the late Sir Robert and Charles Waller, of Newport, Ireland – (Obit. 78).

WALLER, Wm. Henry – Registrar of the County of Carleton, Ontario (1877) – Born May 14, 1835 at Castle Waller, Ireland – Died December 21, 1885 in Ottawa, Ontario – Came to Canada in 1853 – (Obit. 85).

WALLS – Brakeman – Died June 22, 1884 near Welland, Ontario – Killed in a collision on the Welland branch of the Grand Trunk Railway – (JRO 84).

WALMSLEY, an engineer – Died September 29, 1881, near Orwell, Ontario – Killed in a collison on the Great Western Air line, an excursion train runnung into a freight train – (JRO 80-81).

WALSH – Died August 11, 1885 – Run into by a train and killed whilst driving over the Blue Bonnet's crossing of the Lachine branch of the G. T. R. – (JRO 85).

WALSH – Inspector Dominion Lands, N.W.T. – Deceased, successor appointed on March 11, 1885 – (PAPS Dominion 85).

WALSH (Mrs.) – Died March 9, 1886 at Kingston, Ontario aged over 100 – (DL 86).

WALSH, Aquila – Commr. of Dominion Lands for Manitoba and the N.W.T. (1882-85) – Born May 15, 1823 at Charlotteville, Ontario – Died March 6, 1885 at Winnipeg, Manitoba – Died by accident – He was descended from U. E. Loyalists. – (Obit. 85).

WALSH, daughter of Richard – Died July 13, 1880, Spurr's Cove, New Brunswick aged 3 – Poisons herself by eating a flower called Blue Rocket – (JRO 80-81).

WALSH, F. L. – Registrar of Deeds, Norfolk, Ontario – Deceased, successor appointed on Octobre 4, 1884 – (PAPS Ontario 84).

WALSH, Francis L. – Registrar of the County of Norfolk, Ontario (1818) – Died October 14, 1884 at Simcoe, Ontario, aged 95 – He was the father of Aquila Walsh, Esq., ex-M.P., Dominion Lands Commr. at Winnipeg, Manitoba. – (Obit. 84).

WALSH, Gilbert – a young man – Died June 14, 1879, near Digby, Nova Scotia – Drowned – (JRO 79).

WALSH, Joseph – Confectioner – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 17 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WALSH, Mary – Died December 29, 1883, Kilroy, Ontario – Frozen – (ADS 83).

WALSH, Patrick – Confectioner – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 20 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WALSH, Patrick (Very Rev.), D.D. – R.C. Priest – Died November 2, 1882 at Bedford, near Halifax, Nova Scotia, aged 62 – Educated at St. Jarlath's and All Hallows (Ireland). He came to Nova Scotia in 1846 – (Obit. 82).

WALSH, Rev. Thomas Francis – R. C. Clergyman – Died April 12, 1879 in St. John, New Brunswick – (Obit. 79).

WALTERS – Died November 19, 1884 between Victoria, British Columbia and Washington Territory – Walters and a man named Ryan are in a sloop whith 19 Chinamen whom they intend to smuggle into Washington Territory. The sloop capsizes in a squall and all are drowned. – (JRO 84).

WALTERS, Mr. – Died September 14, 1882, Georgian Bay, Ontario – Lost in the wreck of the steamer Asia – (JRO 82).

WALTERS, Mrs. – Ladies' maid of the AsiaDied September 14, 1882, Georgian Bay, Ontario – Lost in the wreck of the steamer Asia – (JRO 82).

WALTON, Benjamin – Contractor and builder – Died January 3, 1885 in Toronto, Ontario, where he had resided for 44 years

WARD, Fanny (Mrs.) – Died in 1886 (in Montreal, Quebec) – Widow of Mr. Geo. Ward – A well known physician, named Dr. Crevier, is arrested on a charge of wilful murder by malpractice on the deceased, the report of a post-mortem disclosing blood poisoning caused by recent abortion – (JRO 86, see October 27, 1886).

WARD, James – Died May, 23, 1883, London, Ontario aged 6 – Drowned – (ADS 83).

WARD, Jas. – Engineer – Died November 1, 1885 at Sombra, Ontario – Killed when the boiler of the tug Frank Moffatt explodes – (JRO 85).

WARD, John Petty Hamilton – Died March 12, 1878, Rideau Hall, Ottawa, Ontario aged 42 – Died from the effects of an accident while out tobogganing, at Rideau Hall, he being at the time the guest of the Earl of Dufferin – He was the third son of the late Hon. John Petty Ward, of the Bengal Civil Service – (Obit. 78).

WARD, Thomas E. – Died September 9, 1878, New River, St. Andrew's, New Brunswick – Murdered by Thomas E. Ward who was executed on January 15, 1879. Ward's wife, Eliza, was also found guilty of the murder but was subsequently pardoned and released – (JRO 79).

WARD, Thomas Edward – a farmer – Died September 9, 1878 (in New Brunswick) – Murdered by Thomas Dowd who is convicted at St. Andrews, New Brunswick on November 18th, 1878 and sentenced to be executed on 14th January next. The wife of the victim, Eliza Ward, is also convicted but is later reprieved and ultimately pardoned – (JRO 78).

WARD, Wellington – Died February, 1884 at Capelton, Quebec – Dies from food poisoning. His wife, Mrs. Melissa Ward, is charged with murder but is acquitted. She also faces a murder charge in the death by poisoning of John Rothwell, a man with whom she boarded. Her trial is postponed until March, 1885. – (JRO 84).

WARDLAW (Mrs.) – Born in Lanarkshire, Scotland – Died November 12, 1884 at Etobicoke, Ontario aged 101 – Wife of Peter Wardlaw – (DL 84).

WARDROPE, Alex. – Died December 24, 1883, Guelph, Ontario aged 19 – Accidentally shot – (ADS 83).

WARFORD, Amelia – Died December 7, 1883, St. John, Newfoundland – Drowned by capsizing of a skiff while crossing north-west arm of Notre Dame Bay to Little bay – (ADS 83).

WARFORD, George – Died December 7, 1883, St. John, Newfoundland – Drowned by capsizing of a skiff while crossing north-west arm of Notre Dame Bay to Little bay – (ADS 83).

WARFORD, Henry – Died December 7, 1883, St. John, Newfoundland – Drowned by capsizing of a skiff while crossing north-west arm of Notre Dame Bay to Little bay – (ADS 83).

WARFORD, Mathias – Died December 7, 1883, St. John, Newfoundland – Drowned by capsizing of a skiff while crossing north-west arm of Notre Dame Bay to Little bay – (ADS 83).

WARFORD, Sara – Died December 7, 1883, St. John, Newfoundland – Drowned by capsizing of a skiff while crossing north-west arm of Notre Dame Bay to Little bay – (ADS 83).

WARNER, Sydney – Formerly Warden of Lennox and Addington – Born in Montgomery, N.Y., U.S.A. – Died in July, 1886 at Wilton, Ontario aged 79 – He came to Canada in 1812. – (Obit. 86).

WARREN, Jos. – Died September 27, 1886 near Duart, Ontario – Accidental Fall – (ADS 86).

WARREN, Samuel Russell – Organ manufacturer – Born in 1809 at Tiverton, Rhode Island, U.S.A. – Died July 30, 1882 at Silver Spring, near Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A. – He removed to Montreal in 1836, and to Toronto in 1878 – (Obit. 82).

WARREN, T. D. – Clerck of the County Court, County of Elgin, Ontario – Deceased – Successor appointed on June 21, 1879 – (PAPS Ontario 79)

WASHBURN, Wm. – Registrar of the Co. Ottawa (Quebec) – Born in 1845 at Hull, Quebec – Died June 3, 1886 at Hull, Quebec – (Obit. 86).

WASHBURN, Wm. – Regr. County of Ottawa, Quebec – Deceased, successor appointed in August, 1886 – (PAPS Quebec 86).

WASHBURNE – Died December 11, 1886 at Comber, Ontario – Thrown from a waggon – (ADS 86).

WASTIE, Alfred – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 14y 9 m – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WATCH, Geo. – Died August 17, 1886 at Victoria, British Columbia, aged 26 – Explosion on board Queen of the Pacific(ADS 86).

WATERMAN, W. – Died July 7, 1882 in Toronto, Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 82).

WATSO, Louis – Chief of the Abenakis Indians – Born in Quebec – Died July 13, 1883 at Lake George, New York, U.S.A. aged 107 – (DL 83).

WATSON, James Craig, LLD. – American astronomer – Born January 28, 1838 near Fingal, Ontario – Died December 18, 1880 – (Obit. 80-81).

WATSON, Jas. – Wholesale merchant – Died February 18, 1885 in London, Ontario, aged 35 – (Obit. 85).

WATSON, Robert – Cashier of St. Stephens (N.B.) Bank – Born May 18, 1802 at St. Stephen, New Brunswick, of Scotch descent – Died September 5, 1880, St. Stephen, New Brunswick – (Obit. 80-81).

WATSON, Saml. James – Librarian to the Legislature of Ontario – Born in 1837 in Armagh, Ireland – Died October 30, 1881 in Toronto, Ontario – He arrived in Canada in 1857. – (Obit. 80-81).

WATSON, William R. – Merchant, late Sheriff of Queen's County, P.E.I. – Died January 15, 1882 at Charlottetown, P.E.I. – (Obit. 82).

WATT, A. – Waiter on the AsiaDied September 14, 1882, Georgian Bay, OntarioLost in the wreck of the steamer Asia – (JRO 82).

WATT, Geo. – Died July 4, 1886 near Morden, Nova Scotia – Killed by lightning – (ADS 86).

WATT, Janie (Miss) – Died December 13, 1879, Douglastown, New Brunswick – Breaks through the ice while skating and is drowned – She was the daugher of Mr. C.C. Watt, of Newcastle, N.B. – (JRO 79).

WATT, W., of Wolfe Island, near Kingston, Ontario – Died November 12, 1884 returning in a skiff from Cape Vincent – Drowned – (JRO 84).

WEATHERHEAD, James – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 38 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WEBB, Captain – Celebrated swimmer – Died July 24, 1883 in the Niagara River – Drowned while attempting to swim through the whirlpool below the Niagara Falls – His body is found 4 days later at Lewiston, N. Y., U.S.A. – (JRO 83).

WEBBER, Jacob – Died August 13, 1883, Harriston, Ontario – Waggon accident – (ADS 83).

WEBSTER, Henry B. – A barrister of Nova Scotia – Died January 3, 1879, Moncton, New Brunswick aged 67 – (Obit. 79).

WEBSTER, James – Died October 1, 1883 at Hamilton, Ontario – Suicide by shooting – (ADS 83).

WEBSTER, James – Registrar for the Centre and South Ridings of the County of Wellington, Ontario – Died April 18, 1878 aged 40 – (Obit. 78).

WEBSTER, James – Registrar of Deeds for Centre and South Wellington, Ontario – Deceased – Successor appointed on June 28, 1879 – (PAPS Ontario 79)

WEDDIS, Richard, a farmer – Died July 16, 1881, Walpole, Ontario – Killed by lightning – (JRO 80-81).

WEEKS, Chas. – Died September 16, 1882, Consecon, Ontario – Crushed to death – (ADS 82).

WEILBRENNER, Remi Claude – M.D. – Died December 2, 1883 at Boucherville, Quebec aged 80 – He was co. seigneur of the seigniory of Boucherville – (Obit. 83).

WEIR, Dr. William – Died February 22, 1882, Merrickville, Ontario – Burns received at fire – (ADS 82).

WELCH, Jas. – Died April 2, 1886 at Point Edward, Ontario aged 45 – Railway accident. – (ADS 86).

WELDON – Judge Supreme Court of New Brunswick – Deceased, successor appointed on March 17, 1885 – (PAPS Dominion 85).

WELDON, Isaac (Rev., Methodist) – Died April 3, 1885 at Colborne, Ontario – (Obit. 85).

WELDON, John Wesley (Hon.) – Puisné Judge of the Supreme Court of New Brunswick (1865-85) – Born June 11, 1805 in New Brunswick – Died February 11, 1885 at Fredericton, New Brunswick – He was of English descent, his grandfather having emigrate from England in 1764. He was twice married, fistly to the daughter of the late Hon. Justice Upham, and some years after her demise, to Susan, the eldest daughter of the late Hon. Jusstice Halibruton, of Nova Scotia (''Sam Slick''). Mr. C. W. Weldon, Q.C., M.P., is a son by the first marriage. – (Addenda 85, see p. 447).

WELDON, Martha Ann (Mrs. Palmer) – Died November 28, 1882 at St. John, New Brunswick aged 57 – Wife of Hon. Justice Palmer, to whom she was united in marriage in 1849. Daughter of Andrew Weldon, Esq., of Dorchester, New Brunswick – (Obit. 82).

WELLER, Wm, Hy – Barrister of Ont. – Died March 15, 1881, Cobourg, Ontario aged 57 – (Obit. 80-81).

WELLS – Sheriff of Prescott & Russell, Ontario – deceased – Successor appointed on October 2, 1880 – (PAPS Ontario 80-81).

WELLS, Jas. Pendelton – Sheriff of Prescott and Russell – Born in 1803 in Montreal, Quebec – Died February 26, 1880, Vankleek Hill, Ontario – One of his sons is Mr. R. M. Wells, M.P.P., late Speaker of the Assembly, Toronto. – (Obit. 80-81).

WELLS, Wm. Benjamin – late County Judge of Kent, Ontario – Born October 3, 1809 in Augusta, Ontario – Died April 8, 1881 in Toronto, Ontario – His parents had come from New Hampshire in 1786. – (Obit. 80-81).

WELSH, Thomas – Died January 13, 1882, Ottawa, Ontario – Shoots h'self with a rev'r in the Basilica – (ADS 82).

WELSH, W. – Died November 9, 1886 on Gore Bay, Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 86).

WEST, Alden J. (Captain), of Harvey, Co. Albert, New Brunswick – Died March 7, 1879 – Lost in the wreck of the ship Turkish Empire on Big Duck Island – (JRO 79).

WEST, W., an old man – Died November 25, 1879, Perth, Ontario – Killed with an axe by Benjamin F. Miller, a young man of unsound mind – (JRO 79).

WEST, Wm. Pryor – Retired West India merchant – Died September 17, 1881 at Halifax, Nova Scotia – (Obit. 80-81).

WESTGATE, E. D. – Died April 24, 1885 at Lachine, Quebec aged 37 – Smothered to death while sleeping in a room over his father's store during a fire in the building. – (JRO 85).

WESTLAKE, Jos. – Died March 3, 1886 near Hensall, Ontario – Crushed under a load of lumber – (ADS 86).

WESTLOVER, David (Lt.-Col) – One of the largest farmers in the Eastern Townships – Died January 13, 1886 at his residence near Frelighsburgh, Quebec aged 77 – He was an elder brother of Col. Asa Westover, so well known in connection with the defence of Eccles Hill, at the time of the last Fenian raid. – (Obit. 86).

WESTMAN, William B. D. – Clerk – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 14 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WETHERALL, an old man – Died August 11, 1881, Mount Sherwood, Ottawa, Ontario – Brutally murdered by a charivari party. A number of arrests are made, and four of the principas, Jas. Kelly, Jas. O'Brien, Robt. McLaren and Christopher Berry, are tried at the Ottawa Fall Assizes for the murder, but are acquitted – (JRO 80-81).

WETHEY, Henry Coffin Windeat – Barrister – Born at Exeter, England – Died May, 1878 in Toronto, Ontario – (Obit. 78).

WETMORE, Chas. P. – For 52 years clerk of the N.B. Assembly – Died November 30, 1883 at Fredericton, New Brunswick aged 85 – He was a son of Hon. Thos. Wetmore – (Obit. 83).

WHALEN, Patrick, keeper of the lighthouse at Bird Rock, and his son – Died April 14, 1880, Magdalen Islands, Quebec – Frozen to death while seal fishing – (JRO 80-81).

WHALEY, W. H. – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 7y 11m – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WHEELAND, Karl – Died February 20, 1883, Scotland, Ontario – Kicked by a horse – (ADS 83).

WHEELER, Geo. – Died December 28, 1883, Canifton, Ontario – Suicide by drowning – (ADS 83).

WHEELER, Mary – Died October, 1881, Wolfe Island (Ontario) aged 100 – Death from longevity – (DL 80-81).

WHEELEY, Michael – Died July 6, 1883, Bearbrook, Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 83).

WHISTLER, Fred. – Died July 21, 1886 on Dumoine River (Quebec) – Drowned while breaking a log jam. – (ADS 86).

WHITAKER, Geo. – Died June 24, 1886 at Beachville, Ontario – Suicide by hanging – (ADS 86).

WHITAKER, George (Rev.), M.A. – Late Provost of Trinity College, Toronto (1851-1881) – Died August 28, 1882 in England aged 72 – Returned to England in 1881 – (Obit. 82).

WHITE – Died June 18, 1883, Hastings, Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 83).

WHITE, Helen Ruth (Mrs.) (née Macdougall) – Died November, 24, 1884 in Montreal, Quebec aged 23 – Wife of Mr. Robert S. White (of the Montreal Gazette) to whom she had been married not quite two years. She was a daughter of Mr. Geo. Macdougall, of Montreal. – (Obit. 84).

WHITE, Henry, P.L.S. – Died January 3, 1879, Beaverton, Ontario – (Obit. 79).

WHITE, Jas. – Employee of the Toronto Bolt Works – Died January 2, 1884 near Toronto, Ontario – Railway accident – (JRO 84).

WHITE, Jos. – Died September 26, 1886 at Thurlow, Ontario – Suicide by hanging – (ADS 86).

WHITE, M. (Miss) – Died July 30, 1884 aged 95 – (DL 84).

WHITE, Peter, Sr. – Lumber merchant – Born December 31, 1794 in Edingurgh, Scotland – Died August 6, 1878, Pembroke, Ontario – He came to Canada at the age of 19. He was twice married – first, in 1823, to Cecila, daughter of the late John Thomson, Esq., of Nepean, Ontario (she died in 1852); secondly, in 1859, to Miss Mary Long, of Hamilton, Ontario. His eldest surviving son, named after him, represents North Renfrew in the House of Commons; another son (Wm. R.,) is a barrister at Pembroke. He was a son of John White, an architect and well-known Government contractor, who constructed many of the fortifications in the Firth of Forth – (Obit. 78).

WHITE, Thos. – M.D., and Coroner for Wentworth – Died July 3, 1880 at Hamilton, Ontario aged 35 – (Obit. 80-81).

WHITE, W. – Died July 17, 1886 at Halifax, Nova Scotia – Killed by a falling wall. – (ADS 86).

WHITLOCK, Thos. – Died June 17, 1886 at Seaforth, Ontario – Falls from a roof – (ADS 86).

WHITMAN, Wm. C. (Hon.) – M.L.C. of N. S. – Born March 29, 1809 at Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia – Died July 3, 1881, Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia – His father, a sailing master, Being lost at sea, in 1817, the support of his widowed mother and with a young helpless family devolved mainly on him. – (Obit. 80-81).

WHITNEY, N. S. – A Montreal merchant – Born December 2, 1820 at Frelighsburgh, Quebec – Died May 31, 1883 in Montreal, Quebec – He was a descendant of loyalists. – (Obit. 83).

WHITTAKER, George (Rev.) – R. C. Clergyman – Born August 30, 1843 at Rawdon, Quebec – Died December 2, 1879, Rawdon, Quebec – (Obit. 79).

WHYTE, James (Rev.) – of the Presbyterian Church of Canada – Died July 17, 1878, Ottawa, Ontario – (Obit. 78).

WIECKENHAL, M. (Mrs.) – Died October 11, 1886 at Raglan, Ontario – Burtally murdered by a neighbour named David Gogolein who is tried, convicted, and executed on June 6, 1887. – (JRO 86).

WILCOX, Amos – Died March 19, 1886 at Cooksville, Ontario aged 94 – (DL 86).

WILKES, Clara (Mrs. Currie) – Died September 24, 1886 at Bailunda, West Central Africa – Wife of Rev. W. T. Currie, a Missionary from the Can. Corngregational Churches. She was a daughter of Mr. Jas. Wilkes, City Treasurer, Brantford, Ontario, and accompanied her husband to Africa in the spring of 1886. – (Obit. 86).

WILKES, Hy. (Rev. Cong.), M.A. (1833), D.D. (1850), LL.D. (1870) – Born June 21, 1805 in Birmingham, England – Died November 17, 1886 in Montreal, Quebec – He came to Canada with his family in 1820. He was married four times. – (Obit. 86).

WILKES, Robert – ex-M.P. for Centre Toronto in House of Commons – Born in 1832 at Tullehan, near Bundoran, Leitrim, Ireland – Died August 16, 1880, Sturgeon Point, Ontario – Accidentally drowned – He came to Canada in 1848. – (Obit. 80-81).

WILKES, Robert, ex-M.P., prominent merchant of Toronto; and his son Bertie, aged 11, and daughter, Florence, aged 15 – Died August 16, 1880, Sturgeon Point, Ontario – Accidentally drowned – (JRO 80-81).

WILKINS, Armold – Died June 14, 1883 in Montreal, Quebec – Suicide by shooting – (ADS 83).

WILKINS, Lewis Morris (Hon.), D.C.L. – Judge of the Supreme Court of N.S. (1856-76) – Born May 24, 1801 in Halifax, Nova Scotia – Died March 14, 1885 at Windsor, Nova Scotia – He was a son of the Hon. L. M. Wilkins, long a prominent public man in Nova Scotia. – (Obit. 85).

WILKINS, Martin I. (Hon.), Q.C. – Protonotary of Halifax, N.S. – Born September 14, 1804 in Nova Scotia – Died August 16, 1881 at Halifax, Nova Scotia – He is the third son of the late Hon. L. M. Wilkins, a judge of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. – (Obit. 80-81).

WILLARD, Robt. – Died December 28, 1886 at Windsor, Ontario – Waggon accident. – (ADS 86).

WILLCHE, Albert – Died February 20, 1883 in Montreal, Quebec – Suicides by hanging – (ADS 83).

WILLETT, G. C., of Canning, Nova Scotia – Died January 18, 1884 Devil's Bridge, near New Bedford, Massachusetts, U.S.A. – Lost in the wreck of the s. s. City of Columbus(JRO 84).

WILLETTS, of Kingston, Ontario – Capt. of the schooner Collingwood – Died November 23, 1882, Lake Michigan – Drowned in the total lost of the schooner – (JRO 82).

WILLIAMS – Conductor – Died June 7, 1886 at Petawawa, Ontario – Railway accident. – (ADS 86).

WILLIAMS of KARS, William Fenwick (Genrl. Sir), Bart, G.C.B., D.C.L. – Lieut.-Governor of Nova Scotia (1865-69) – Born December 4, 1801 at Annapolis, Nova Scotia – Died July 26, 1883 in London, England – He was the descendant of a loyalist family of New York, which emigrated ot Nova Scotia, in 1783, on the conclusion of the war of the American Revolution. His father, Colonel Thos. Williams of the Royal Artillery, died in 1807. He (Col. Thomas Williams) married Maria, daughter of Capt. Thos. Walker, and left a family consisting of 5 daughters and 2 sons. of these the elder, Lieut. Thos. G. T. Williams, entered the Royal Artillery. – (Obit. 83).

WILLIAMS, A. T. H. (Lt.-Col.) – M.P, commanding the Midland Battalion during the North-West troubles – Funeral on July 21, 1885 in St. John's Church (Ch. of England) at Port Hope, Ontario – (JRO 85).

WILLIAMS, Anthony – Died July 31, 1882 in Montreal, Quebec – Wharf accident – (ADS 82).

WILLIAMS, Arthur Trefusis Heneage (Lieut.-Col.) – M.P., commanding the Midland Regt. on active service in the N.W.T. – Born in 1837 at Penryn Park, Port Hope, Ontario – Died July 4, 1885 on board the steamer North-West, on the Saskatchewan river, N.W.T. – He was the son of the late Commander J. T. Williams, R.N., who represented Durham in the Can. Assembly, 1840-48. – (Obit. 85).

WILLIAMS, Danl. – Died October 22, 1882, Georgian Bay, Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 82).

WILLIAMS, Emily (Mrs.) (née Seymour) – Died December 24, 1882 at Penryn Park, Port Hope, Ontario – Wife of A. T. H. Williams, Esq., M.P. for East Durham in the House of Commons. She was a daughter of the late Hon. Benj. Seymour, Senator – (Obit. 82).

WILLIAMS, Fredk. – Asst. Keeper of the Sand Heads' Lighthouse at the mouth of the Fraser River, British Columbia – Died October 13, 1884 – Drowned trying to reach the mainland during a squall – (JRO 84).

WILLIAMS, Jas. – Died November 10, 1886 in Toronto, Ontario – Burnt to death – (ADS 86).

WILLIAMS, Jesse – A negro cook – Died March 29, 1883 at Calgary, N.W.T. – Hanged for the murder on February 8, 1884 at Calgary of James R. Adams. – (JRO 84).

WILLIAMS, Mary (Mrs.) – Born in Leith, Scotland – Died in November, 1886 in Sheffield, Ontario aged over 100 – (DL 86).

WILLIAMS, Mary Eliza (Mrs. Vail) – Born in Annapolis, Nova Scotia – Died October 19, 1880 in St. John, New Brunswick aged 84 – Relict of John C. Vail, Esq.. She was a daughter of the late Com. Genl. Williams, and a sister of Genl. Sir W. F. Williams of Kars, G.C.B. – (Obit. 80-81).

WILLIAMS, Miles – A retired brewer – Born in 1824 in Montreal, Quebec – Died November 11, 1886 at his residence, ''Trafalgar Place'', Côte-des-Neiges, Quebec – He succeeded his father, the late Miles Williams, Sr, in the extensive brewing business established by the latter. – (Obit. 86).

WILLIAMS, Thomas, sailor – Died March 25, 1879, Bliss Harbour, New Brunswick – Drowned by the upsetting of a dory in which he was proceeding from a vessel to the shore – (JRO 79).

WILLIAMS, Titus (Lt.-Col.) – Militia officer – Died May 7, 1879, Port Rowan, Ontario aged 89 – (Obit. 79).

WILLIAMS, W. B. – Commercial traveller of Montreal, Quebec – Died August 3, 1885 at Newburgh, Ontario – Fatally injured by jumping from a railway train in motion. – (JRO 85).

WILLIAMS, Wm. Snell – Collector of Customs at Coaticook, Quebec (1853) – Died May 25, 1885 at Coaticook, Quebec aged 60. – (Obit. 85).

WILLIAMSON, Alice, matron – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 29 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WILLIAMSON, Edward – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 8 months – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WILLIS, 3 children of A. – Died March 30, 1882, Cardiff, Ontario – Burnt to death – (ADS 82).

WILLIS, Michael (Rev.), D.D., L.L.D. – Formerley Principal of Knox College, Toronto – Born in 1798 in Scotland – Died August 19, 1879, the Manse, Aberlour, Banffshire, Scotland – He came to Canada in 1847 and returned to Britain in 1873. His father (Rev. Wm. Willis, of Greenock) was a minister in connection with the Old Light Burghers – (Obit. 79).

WILLISTON, Mary (Miss) – Died December 13, 1879, Douglastown, New Brunswick – Breaks through the ice while skating and is drowned – She was the daughter of Hon. Edward Williston, Judge of the County Court, Northumberland, N.B. – (JRO 79).

WILLS (Mrs.) – Born in England – Died August 2, 1880 in Co. Perth, Ontario aged 100 – Death from longevity – (DL 80-81).

WILLSON, Hugh Bowley – Public writer – Born in 1813 at Winona, Ontario – Died April 29, 1880 in New York, U.S.A. – He was a son of the late Hon. John Willson. – (Obit. 80-81).

WILLSON, Levi – Late Sheriff of Halton, Ontario – Died September 27, 1879, Jackson, Michigan, U.S.A. aged 75 – (Obit. 79).

WILMER, Chas. – Seaman – Died March 2, 1882, Sandy Hook (New Jersey) – Drowned in the wreck of the barque W. J. Stairs – (JRO 82).

WILMOT, Lemuel Allen (Hon.), D.C.L. – Late Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of New Brunswick – Born in 1809 in Sunbury, New Brunswick – Died May 20, 1878 at Fredericton, New Brunswick – He was a son of the late Wm. Wilmot, Esq., of Sunbury, N.B., by Hannah, daughter of Daniel Bliss, Esq.; and a grandson of Major Lemuel Wilmot, formerly of the Loyal American Regiment, who settled in New Brunswick at the close of the American revolutionary war, and married Elizabeth, sister of the Hon. Samuel Street, of Niagara. On his mother's side he was descended from Col. Murray, a well-known loyalist. Mr. Wilmot married, first, the daughter of Rev. J. Balloch, and after her death, the daughter of the late Hon. Wm. A. Black, M.L.C., of Halifax – (Obit. 78).

WILMOT, Wm. – Died March 2, 1886 at Pickering, Ontario – Killed by a falling tree – (ADS 86).

WILSON – Died February 17, 1883, Maccan, Nova Scotia – Smothered by a rush of black damp in a coal mine – (ADS 83).

WILSON – Died July 8, 1886 near Donald, B.C. – Accidentally killed – (ADS 86).

WILSON – Keeper in the Selkirk lunatic Asylum – Died March 14, 1885 at Winnipeg, Manitoba – Murdered with horrible atrocity by an insane woman – (JRO 85).

WILSON, Andrew – For many years publisher and prop. of the Ottawa Daily News – Native of Glasgow, Scotland – Died in July, 1884 in Ottawa, Ontario aged 73 – (Obit. 84).

WILSON, Andrew – Montreal newspaper proprietor – Born in 1822 near Edinburgh, Scotland – Died October 24, 1879, Oak Orchard Beach, Massachussetts, U.S.A. – He came with his family to Montreal, Quebec in 1834. – (Obit. 79).

WILSON, Anne Tracey (Mrs.) – Died February 7, 1879 in Montreal – Relict of Hon. Chas. Wilson, Senator, with whom she got married in 1835. She was a sister of the late Dr. Daniel Tracey, M.P.P., editor of the Montreal Vindicator. – (Obit. 79).

WILSON, Charles – Senator for the Rigaud Electoral Division, Quebec – deceased – Successor appointed on January 4, 1878 – (PAPS Dominion 78).

WILSON, David – Died August 10, 1885 at Westminster, near London, Ontario – He and his nephew, Edward Wilson, aged 10, are drowned whilst fishing. – (JRO 85).

WILSON, Dr. H, of Meagher's Grant – Died September 11, 1880, Musquodoboit River, Nova Scotia – Accidentally drowned while swimming – (JRO 80-81).

WILSON, Edward – Died August 10, 1885 at Westminster, near London, Ontario aged 10 – He and his uncle, David Wilson, are drowned whilst fishing. – (JRO 85).

WILSON, Frank – Died June 28, 1883 at Hamilton, Ontario – Suicide by drowning – (ADS 83).

WILSON, George, from Amherstburgh, Ontario – Died in 1883 aged 60 – Died having no relatives exept a cousin, a Mrs. McLean, who was his housekeeper. Shortly after Wison's death, a claimant to the estate appears in the person of an alleged brother, Robert Wilson. Several witnesses who knew Wilson well swear that he never mentioned having any brother. The judge dismisses the case with costs. – (JRO 84, see November 21, 1884).

WILSON, Isaac – Died December 6, 1883, near Park Hill, Ontario – Waggon accident – (ADS 83).

WILSON, Jas. – Died October 12, 1885 in Toronto, Ontario aged 26 – Run over by a waggon, and dies in a few minutes – (JRO 85).

WILSON, Michael – Died June 30, 1884 at South Wellington colliery, near Nanaimo, British Columbia – Killed when an explosion of gas occurs in shaft No. 3 – (JRO 84).

WILSON, Mrs. Peter – Died April 6, 1883, Bradshaw, Ontario – Accidental drowning – (ADS 83).

WILSON, Thos. – Head of the well-known hardware firm of Thos. Wilson & Co., Montreal – Died June 5, 1885 in Montreal, Quebec – (Obit. 85).

WILSON, W. B. – Died August 17, 1882, Victoria, British Columbia – A falling tree – (ADS 82).

WILSON, Wm. (Mrs.) – Died in June, 1886 at Camden, Ontario aged 102 – (DL 86).

WILY, Thos (Lt-Col.) – A retired Volunteer Militia officer – Born March 31, 1807 at the Cape of Good Hope – Died July 8, 1886 in Montreal, Quebec – He came to Canada in 1836. – (Obit. 86).

WINDOVER, M. 2nd engineer of the AsiaDied September 14, 1882, Georgian Bay, OntarioLost in the wreck of the steamer Asia – (JRO 82).

WINEGARD, Isaac – Died May 17, 1883, Chesterville, Ontario – Suicide by shooting – (ADS 83).

WINFRED, Benjamin – Died March 1, 1883, Brockville, Ontario – Factory accident – (ADS 83).

WINGARD, O. W. – Died June 18, 1884 near Nicomen Slough, British Columbia – Killed when a construction train is thrown off the track by striking a cow. – (JRO 84).

WINGER, Milton – Died October 3, 1882, Welland, Ontario – A falling iron pillar – (ADS 82).

WINTERS, Eliot – Died November 27, 1882, Haldimand, Ontario – Railway accident – (ADS 82).

WINTERS, John – Died June 30, 1884 at South Wellington colliery, near Nanaimo, British Columbia – Killed when an explosion of gas occurs in shaft No. 3 – (JRO 84).

WISEMAN, Glenville G. – Confectioner – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 16 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WITHERS, Edw. – Clerk in the Custom House – Died July 14, 1885 at Halifax, Nova Scotia aged 48 – Poisons himself after shooting his daughter, Margaret. – (JRO 85).

WOLFE, W. – Died August 27, 1886 in Montreal, Quebec aged 40– Falls down hatch of steamship. – (ADS 86).

WOLFF, Jas. Fitzgerald – M.D. – Born December 14, 1819 at Kingston, Ontario – Died July 30, 1880 in Quebec – Son of late Lt. Col. Wolff, of Valcartier, Quebec. – (Obit. 80-81).

WONNACOTT, William – Died May 24, 1881, London, Ontario aged 14 – Drowned by the upsetting of the steamer Victoria – (JRO 80-81).

WOOD – Harbor Master for Halifax, Nova Scotia – deceased – Successor appointed on March 18, 1880 – (PAPS Dominion 80-81).

WOOD, Abraham (Rev.) – Retired clergyman of the Church of England – Died January 26, 1879, Indiantown, New Brunswick aged 88 – (Obit. 79).

WOOD, Edmund Burke (Hon.) – Chief Justice of Manitoba (1874) – Born February 13, 1820 near Fort Erie, Ontario – Died October 7, 1882 at Winnipeg, Manitoba – (Obit. 82).

WOOD, John – Died August 21, 1883, Simcoe, Ontario aged 30 – Suicide by hanging – (ADS 83).

WOOD, John (Rev.), M.A. – Vicar of St. Matthews, Luton, Bedfordshire, England, (Anglican) – Born April 12, 1836 in Walpole, Ontario – Died November 22, 1883 in Toronto, Ontario – In 1864 he visited England where a curacy was offered him and accepted in the ch. In which his grandfather had preaches before him, at Ripley, Derbyshire. – (Obit. 83).

WOOD, Marshall – Sculptor – Born in England – Died in July 1882 in England – (Obit. 82).

WOOD, Robt. – Insurance agent – Born in 1812 in London, England – Died December 15, 1886 in Montreal, Quebec – (Obit. 86).

WOOD, W. H. (Mr. and Mrs.), of Cincinati, Ohio – Passengers (= Woods, Mr.?) – Died September 14, 1882, Georgian Bay, Ontario – Lost in the wreck of the steamer Asia – (JRO 82).

WOODMAN, Edward Septimus (Rev., Church of Eng.) – Born in 1829 at Marlborough, Wiltshire, England – Died March 13, 1880 at Westfield, New Brunswick – (Obit. 80-81).

WOODRUFF, Joseph Augustus – Sheriff of Lincoln, Ontario (1862-86) – Born July 20, 1820 – Died August 11, 1886 at St. Catharines, Ontario – He was a son of the late Wm. Woodruff, Esq. – (Obit. 86).

WOODS – Died October 16, 1883, St. Thomas, Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 83).

WOODS (Mr.) – Born in Norfolk, England – Died September, 1880, Copley, Ontario aged 102 – Death from longevity – (DL 80-81).

WOODS, Chas. (Capt.) – Died September 5, 1883 on Lake Huron beetween Goderich, Ontario to Cove Island, Ontario – Drowned when the schooner yacht Explorer founders. – (JRO 83).

WOODS, Mr. (= Wood, Mr. W. H.?) – Died September 14, 1882, Georgian Bay, Ontario – Lost in the wreck of the steamer Asia – (JRO 82).

WOODSIDE, Hugh James, Barrister – Died March 1, 1878 in Toronto, Ontario – (Obit. 78).

WOODWARD, Isaac – ex-M.P.P. – Died August 25, 1879 in St. John, New Brunswick aged 84 – (Obit. 79).

WOODWORTH, Archie – Died June 26, 1886 at Lacolle, Quebec aged 13– Drowned – (ADS 86).

WORKMAN, Benjamin – M.D. – Born in 1794 near Lisburn, Ireland – Died September 26, 1878, Uxbridge, Ontario – He came to Canada, with his father and some of his brothers, in 1819. He is a brother of Joseph Workman, superintendant to the Lunatic Asylum at Toronto (1853) – (Obit. 78).

WORKMAN, William – Merchant and banker, Mayor of Montreal from 1868 to 1870 – Born in 1806 near Lisburn, Ireland – Died February 23, 1878 in Montreal, Quebec – He was the descendant of an old English family, his ancestors from the time of Cromwell having resided in Ireland. He came to Canada and settled in Montreal in May, 1829, ten years later than his brother Benjamin. His parents settled on a farm in the vicinity of New Glasgow – (Obit. 78).

WORTH, R. C, – Died August 7, 1883 in Toronto, Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 83).

WORTHINGTON, Thomas – Late Comissioner of Inland Revenue (1867-71) – Died May 4, 1882 at Trenton, Ontario aged 78 – (Obit. 82).

WORTHY, Thomas – Died August 4, 1886 at Toronto, Ontario aged 34 – Block of stone falls on him – (ADS 86).

WORTHYLAKE, Jas. – Died February 5, 1883 at Marshalltown, 5 miles from Digby, Nova Scotia aged 22 – Killed by Denis Hutchinson during a quarell and fight with reference to a niece of Hutchinson, who had an illegitimate child, of which Worthylake was reputed to be the father. Hutchinson himself is wounded. He is arrested and committed for trial, but dies of his wound on 22nd February. – (JRO 83).

WORTS, James Gooderham – President of the Bank of Toronto – Born June 4, 1818 at Yarmouth, Norfolk, England – Died June 20, 1882 in Toronto, Ontario – He accompanied his father to Canada in 1831, and shortly after his death, in 1834, took part in the milling business established by Mr. Worts, senior – (Obit. 82).

WORTS, James Gooderham – Secy. of the Gooderham & Worts Distilling Co., and a Dir. of the London and Ontario Investment Co. – Died December 9, 1884 at his residence, ''Lindenwold,'' Toronto, Ontario aged 31. – (Obit. 84).

WOUCH : Wife of J. Wouch and her four children – Died June 5, 1885 at Barrie, Ontario – Perish in the flames of their house on fire. – (JRO 85).

WRAYTON, Michael, his daughter Carrie and his son Lovell – Died December 7, 1879, Argyle Sound, Nova Scotia – Drowned – (JRO 79).

WREN – Died October 17, 1886, 8 miles from Bryson, Quebec – Drowned. – (ADS 86).

WRIGHT, Amos – Agent for location and sale of Public Lands under ''Free Grants and Homesteads Act'', Ontario – Deceased, successor appointed on September 25, 1886 – (PAPS Ontario 86).

WRIGHT, Amos – M.P. for East York in Can. Assembly (1851-67) and for West York in House of Common (1868-72) – Born November 24, 1809 in the Tp. of Yonge, Ontario – Died May 31, 1886 at Port Arthur, Ontario, where he had resided since 1875. He was the son of U. E. loyalists. – (Obit. 86).

WRIGHT, Catherine Louise (Mrs. Vidal) – Died April 19, 1882 at Sarnia, Ontario aged 58 – Wife of the Hon. Alex Vidal, Senator, to whom she was united in marriage in 1847. She was a daughter of the late Capt. W. E. Wright, R.N. – (Obit. 82).

WRIGHT, James – Died May 2, 1883, Stratford, Ontartio – Suicide by shooting – (ADS 83).

WRIGHT, John – Retired public officer – Died July, 1879 in St. John, New Brunswick aged 83 – (Obit. 79).

WRIGHT, Louise (Mrs.) – Died January 18, 1879, Hull, Quebec aged 82 – Relict of the late Lt.-Col. Tiberius Wright, and mother of Mr. Alonzo Wright, M.P. for Ottawa (County) – (Obit. 79).

WRIGHT, Mark – Died June 22, 1882, Port Hope, Ontario – Drowned – (ADS 82).

WRIGHT, William – Ship-builder and owner, lived in New Brunswick – Born February 18, 1810 in Dumfriesshire, Scotland – Died February 17, 1878, Liverpool, England – Died from the effects of the extraction of an affected eye – His father was English ; his mother Scotch. He came to St. John (New Brunswick) in boyhood with his father, Mr. George Wright, and other members of his family. Later, a younger brother, named Richard, came out – (Obit. 78).

WRIGHT, William McKay, B.A., B.C.L., ex-M.P. for Pontiac, in the House of Commons (1872-78) – Born November 12, 1840 at Hull, Quebec – Died December 17, 1882 at New Edinburgh, near Ottawa, Ontario – A grandson of Philemon Wright, who was the founder of Colonization in the Ottawa valley – (Obit. 82).

WURTELE, Louisa Sophia (Mrs.) (née Campbell) – Native of Quebec City – Died April 2, 1886 at Sorel, Quebec, aged 85 – Widow of the late onathan Wurtele, Esq., M.P.P., Seigneur of River David. She was a daughter of Archibald Campbell, a U. E. loyalist, by Charlotte Saxton. Her parents were married in New York by the Military chaplain during the siege. On of her sons (the Hon. J. S. C. Wurtele), is now a Puisné udge of the Surperior Court of Quebec. – (Obit. 86).

WYATT,George H. – Died January 6, 1883 in Winnipeg, Manitoba – Died suddenly. – (Obit. 83).



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