ID # 6592, (1835-1915)
|Father||Dennis Horsman (1812-1895)|
|Mother||Laura Hall (1812-1848)|
|Birth||Ichabod Horsman was born in 1835.|
|Marriage||He married Amanda Brown on 27 March 1864 at Perth County.|
MR248 reel 13 Vol. 54, page 122
Perth County Marriage Register
Extracted from a list of marriages solemnized by M. Lowry of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Lowry was the clergyman for the church for a portion of the year.
Ichabod Horsman, 27, born and residing Nissouri East. Parents Dennis and Laura.
Amanda Brown, 20, born Canada, residing Nissouri East. Parents Thomas B. and Amanda.
Witness John Graham of Nissouri East.
On March 27, 1864.
The location of the marriage is not stated, other than it was held in Perth County.
|Death||He died on 4 December 1915 at East Nissouri Twp., Oxford County.|
|Burial||He was buried at St. Mary's Cemetery, St. Mary's, Perth Co., Ontario.|
|Note||The following death registration, that of Ichabod Horsman, is the one document so far found that provides the maiden name of Laura, wife of Dennis Horsman, parents of Ichabod. Laura's maiden name is shown as Hall.|
Death reg. 024391-15 East Nissouri, Oxford Co.
Ichabod Horsman died on Dec. 4, 1915, in East Nissouri Township on lot 6, concession 11. Age 81 yrs., 9 mos., 18 dys. Burial at St. Marys (in Perth County). Parents Dennis Horsman and Laura Hall. Physician Dr. McGougan. Informant Mrs. I. Horsman of Thamesford.
Thamesford is the family's post office. We find confirmation of this in the 1907 Farmer's Directory for Huron, Middlesex and Perth, Union Publishing Co., Ingersoll. Three townships of Oxford County are included in this, one of them being East Nissouri. This places Ichabod's family at Concession 11, lot 6, in East Nissouri and names Thamesford as the post office. A short perusal of this directory places the Horsman properties of three generations only a little east of Thamesford and not far from St. Mary's in Blanshard Township, Perth County, where Ichabod and brother Charles were buried.
|Last Edited||22 Nov 2018|