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Various census and monumental records have helped sort out the family, but several e-mail "cousins" also contributed.
Details about more recent generations have been omitted, but if any other omissions or errors are noted, please e-mail Naming patterns suggest that this man was named John. Ireland, of Manvers, Widower, Gentleman, s/o Robert & Fanny MAGILL, married Mary ? Ireland, of Cartwright, Widow, d/o George & Mary SHAW, witnesses: Mary WHITTOCK & Susannah WHITTOCK, both of Manvers, on 1 November 1881 at Manvers #007957-81 (Durham Co.) John MAGILL, 79, b.
Possibly the same John, age 91, who was still alive during the 1821 Census. He married (2) on in Janetville, Manvers Twp., Ontario, Canada, Mary SHAW, born abt. John was recorded as the son of Robert and Fanny on his second marriage register. Ireland, of Manvers, Widower, Gentleman, s/o Robert & Fanny MAGILL, married Mary ? Ireland, of Cartwright, Widow, d/o George & Mary SHAW, witnesses: Mary WHITTOCK & Susannah WHITTOCK, both of Manvers, on 1 November 1881 at Manvers 10 iv Fanny MAGILL\MCGILL, born 1809 in Derrylahan, Crosserlough, Co. She married on in Cavan, Ontario, Canada, John NICHOLSON.
He was living with his wife, age 85, whose name is difficult to decipher, although it begins with an L. There were two John Magills about the same age living in Manvers; hopefully they are linked to the correct wives. Originally assumed to be the third daughter of Henry amd Susanna Magill.
Three servants also occupied the home: Patrick Teilly, 24; Margaret Mc Ewen , 17 and Bridget Mc Ewen, 12. Robert and William are assumed to be brothers since they are living next door to each other in the 1821 Co. William, age 53, is also a farmer and his wife, Frances, age 48 and their daughters, Jane, 24; Mary, 22; Fanny, 14 and Susannah, 12 are all spinners. 2nd marriage witnesses: Susanna Whittock of Janetville & Wm Geo Esserman? Both she and John Nicholson were living in Manvers Twp. Their marriage witnesses were: Richard and William Mitchell.