Affidavits - from book of J.P. James Young

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1820 Whereas William Ripsom of the Township of Murray and Jane Bleecker of the Township of Sidney, were desirous of Intermarrying with each other, and there being no Parson or Minister of the Church of England living within Eighteen miles of them or either of them; they have applied to me for that purpose.

From these are to Certify, that in pursuance of the power granted by an Act of Legislature of the province passed in thirty third year of the Reign of King George the Third, I James Young one of His Majestys Justices of the Peace, having caused the previous Notice by the Statute required to be given: have on the Sixth day of February in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty, married the said William Ripsom and Jane Bleecker together; and they are become legally contracted to each other in marriage.

Present at the marriage Signed Henry Ripsom Signed Tobias Bleecker Signed George Bleecker Signed James Young, J.P. Signed William Ripson Signed Jane Bleecker

[margin] Entered the twenty ninth day of July One Thousand Eight Hundred & Twenty J. Nickalls Jr Dy. Clerk of the Peace [margin]

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[1804]

[margin] No 4 Registered the Twenty Sixth day July One Thousand and Eight Hundred and Twenty One at the hour of one O'Clk in the afternoon in Book A Fol. 6 & 7 J. Nickalls Dy Register [/margin]

We Robert C. Wilkins and Mary Wilkins do Solemnly Swear that we did publickly intermarry on the Twelfth day of September in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and four, and there is now living issue of the said Marriage Mary Ann Wilkins, born the Twenty Second day of August in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and five Robert John Shuter Wilkins, born on the Sixteenth day of December in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seven: Elias David Smith Wilkins, born on the Twenty Second day of December in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Nine; Sarah Elizabeth Shuter Wilkins, born on the fifteenth day of December in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eleven, and Charles

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Wilkins, born on the Twenty fifth day of December in the Year of our Lord One thousand Eight Hundred & Thirteen

Signed: R. C. Wilkins Signed: Mary Wilkins

Sworn before me the fourth day of January 1820 Signed: James Young Justice of the Peace Midland District

I do hereby certify that the foregoing Entry of Marriage was made the Twenty Sixth day of July 1821 --

J. Nickalls Jr Dy. Register

[1821]

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[margin] No 5 Entered the Twenty Sixth day of July One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty one in Book A Page 8 J Nickalls Jr Dy Clerk of the peace [/margin]

We James Young and Catharine Young formerly Catharine Wellar of the Township of Ameliasburgh, County of Prince Edward Midland District and province of Upper Canada Do solemnly swear in the presence of Almighty God that we did publicly Intermarry with each other the Twenty Second day of March in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Four and that there is now living Issue of the said marriage Reuben Young born on the Nineteenth day of July one Thousand Eight Hundred and Five; Fanny Young born the Twenty Sixth day of August one Thousand Eight Hundred and Seven; and Sarah Ann Young born the Twentieth day of January One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ten, according to the best of our recollection and belief.

Sworn before me the Twenty fourth day of January 1820 Signed R. C. Wilkins J.P.

Signed: James Young Signed: Catharine Young

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[1818] Whereas George Detlor and Maria M. Roblin both of Adolphustown were desirous of Intermarrying with Each other and there being no Parson or Minister of the Church of England living within Eighteen miles of them or either of them; they have applied to me for that purpose; Now these is to certify that Pursuance of the Powers granted by an Act of the Legislature of this Province passed in the Thirty-third Year of His Majestys Reign. I Thomas Dorland one of His Majestys Justices of the Peace; having caused the previous notis required have this day marid the said George Detlor and Maria M. Roblin together and they are become Legally Contracted to each other in marriage --

Signed: George H. Detlor Signed: Maria M. Roblin Signed: Thos. Dorland, J.P.

Adolphustown the Second day of June 1818

Witness: Signed: Geo. E. Chamberlain Signed: Elizabeth Thomson; Jerry Whitehead; Thomas Flayler; Gilbert D Clapp; Mary Clapp Mary Detlor

[Margin] No 6 Entered the twenty third day of December One Thousand and Eight Hundred and Twenty three in Book A Page No 9

J. Nickalls Dy Clerk of the Peace M. D. [/margin]

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