ID # 6602, (1837-1925)
|Birth||Emily Brown was born on 11 February 1837 at East Nissouri Twp., Upper Canada.|
|Marriage||She married Charles Horsman, son of Dennis Horsman and Laura Hall, on 6 April 1859 at Perth County.|
MS248 reel 13, Vol. 54, page 38
Perth County Marriage Register
Extracted from a list of marriages solemnized by Rev. James B. Kershaw of the Canadian Wesleyan Methodist Church new connexion for the year ending 31st December A.D. 1859
Charles Harsman, 22, born and residing East Nissouri. Parents Dennis and Laura Harsman.
Emily Brown, 20, born and residing East Nissouri. Parents Thomas B. Brown and Amanda Brown.
Witnesses Ichabod Harsman and Sarah Jane Brown, both of East Nissouri.
On April 6, 1859.
Rev. Kershaw's affiliation is as shown above. The words 'new connexion' are not capitalized. This is the first time your researcher has noticed the two church affiliations referred to together. 'Harsman' will probably be the interpretation of Kershaw's handwriting by the recording clerk.
Ichabod and Charles Horsman were brothers; Amanda and Emily Brown were sisters.
|Death||She died on 12 February 1925 at St. Mary's, Perth Co., Ontario, at age 88.|
|Burial||She was buried on 16 February 1925 at St. Mary's Cemetery, St. Mary's, Perth Co., Ontario.|
|Note||Death reg. 026141-25 St. Mary's, Perth Co.|
Emily Horsman died 12 Feb 1925, age 88. Widow. Born East Nissouri on Feb 11th, 1837. Housewife. Residence at place of death 25 years. Parents Thomas B. Brown, born Quebec, and Amanda Harris, born Ingersoll. Physician Dr. W. F. Brown, St. Mary's. Informant Undertaker N. L. Brandon. Burial Feb. 16, 1925, St. Mary's.
|Last Edited||22 Nov 2018|