33. Documentation for Sarah Gilbert
(Bef 1817 to Bet 1843 and 1847)
mother of Samuel Clarence Older
(1837 to Bet 1870 and 1896)


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George Older Sr. probably was born about 1804 in Sussex, England.(1) George Older immigrated to Ontario, Canada, in 1835 with his wife, Sarah Gilbert, and their two children.(2)

From Sylvia McMaster in England, March 14, 2006:
"I know that when we last corresponded you asked me about
George Older and Sarah Gilbert. I know that they married in Burpham on the 7th November 1832 and emigrated in 1836. They had Samuel Clarence in 1831, Emily in 1833, George in 1835 and Frances Elizabeth in Ohio in 1843. According to the records I have, George was a child of Samuel Older and Elizabeth Bishop. He was baptised on the 3rd January 1813 and died in Hamilton, Ohio on the 3rd July 1849."

Samuel Older and Thomas Older, assumed to be brothers of George Older, had boarded the ship England at Portsmouth, England, on May 8, 1832, and disembarked on June 15, 1832, in Quebec, Canada.
(3)

Samuel, Thomas, and George Older were part of the Petworth Emigration Scheme. The main concept of the Petworth Scheme was to pay people to leave England and to settle in Canada.
(4)

One very short letter written or dictated by George Older at Hamilton, Upper Canada, to John Drewitt at Little Peppering, Burpham, West Sussex, dated 7 July 1836, was published as letter #109 in English Immigrant Voices, Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s along with some additional information as follows: "George Older, an agricultural labourer, his wife, and two children were sent by the parish of Wisborough Green, His wife's name may have been Sarah Gilbert. Drewitt gave Older 'a very good character' to take to Upper Canada (see letter 122). Sockett included this brief extract from a letter written as the family passed through Hamilton on their way west."
(5)

"Drewitt had probably helped fund the Olders' emigration. The Brighton Gazette on 10 November 1836 noted that 'Mr. Drewitt' of the 'Arundel Banking Firm' had sent out tare, turnip, and beet seeds to another emigrant, Mr Holmwood, formerly of Angmering and now living near Dudas, Upper Canada; the seeds had produced 'fine crops.'(6) Sockett was Reverent Thomas Sockett, the rector of Petworth, and the one who devised and organized the Petworth Immigration Scheme, "under the patronage of George O'Brien Wyndham, the third Earl of Egremont, an aristocratic landowner noted for his benevolence towards the poor."(7)

The source of the letter by George Older was Continuation of Letters from Sussex Emigrants . . . Written in 1836[1837], 8. The following is an "Extract of a Letter from George Older, who emigrated to Canada, in the ship Heber, which sailed from Portsmouth, April 23rd. 1836, to Mr. Drewitt, of Peppering, Sussex:"

Sir,

There has been a great deal of fault found, about the living on board ship; but I say, we had a plenty of every thing to eat, and to drink, and that was very good.
Hamilton, July 7th.

"All we know of the later history of this family is what William Robinson wrote of them in letter 122 in October 1836, when they were in Delaware Township working for him."
(8)

"While in Lower Canada at Quebec, Robinson had purchased lot 2 concession 5 in Ekfrid Township. Sockett published his letter with its offer of employment on the inside and back covers of a volume of letters printed in advance of the departure of the Diana in 1837." The letter by William Robinson, Ekfrid Park, near Delaware, London District, Upper Canada, to the Reverend Thomas Sockett, Chairman, Emigration Society, Petworth, Sussex, dated 14 October 1836, includes the following paragraph about the family of George Older:


"I have now living with me, a man from the same country, who has a wife and two children, they came out this season. I have engaged with them upon the terms before mentioned; they are at present in my house, waiting the completion of a cottage I am putting up for them. His name is George Older, and had with him a very good character from John Drewitt, Esq.; and although they have been with me but a short time, I have every reason to believe, that they are deserving the praise that gentleman has bestowed on them. They are contented and happy; and according to their deserts, so shall I consider it my duty to contribute to their welfare. He informs me that he is personally known to you."
(9)

Another letter included in English Immigrant Voices provides information about several men who are thought to be related to George Older. "In April 1861, in her seventieth year, Sarah Redman decided to write down some of the events of her life. Life and death on the frontier, the hardships of settling, natural disasters, and much moving about in searcch of a living gave her dramatic subject matter. The later part of her 'Epitome' covering 1861-7 is in the form of a journal with dated entries, and she seems to have used some sort of written record for her early years. One of the events she described was the arrival of the 1832 party from Wisborough Green. The pertinent passages are quoted below.
(10)

"In August 1832 there came out to us a party from our own village, Wisbo Green, six families (sent by the parish) consisting of:
Mr. Burberry & wife & 8 children 10
Mr. Older & wife & 7 Do 9
Mr. Thair & wife & 2 Do 4
Mr. Saunder & wife & 3 Do 5
Mr Smart & wife & 2 Do 4
Mr. Tribe & wife & 2 Do 4
George Hook
Thomas Older } single men 3
Ch Wuler [Wheeler] } __
39

We put them all into our Bickerstaff house for a few days. Provided a good dinner and supper for them and gave them suficient for breakfast. Captain Hale came with them. He staid with us two weeks and was very pleased. During that time Mr. T. Evershed came (an old friend of ours). Ought to have said that a man of the name of Charles Wheeler came two weeks before. The Chollory [cholera] was ragin when they arrived at Monteral so that they were greatly exposed, and were not suffered to land at Cleveland, but had to hire wagons and go to Pittsburg; And thence down the Ohio river to Marietta. But they all enjoyed good health. The second week after they were here Mrs Launder [Saunder?] and I took sick. She had one babe die. but after a few weeks we recovered.

Then Mr. Thair took sick and Mrs. Burberry, who both died. Mr. And Mrs. Grapham came on soon after - with seven children, one died. They all continued here a few months & were doing well. We let them have every thing we could. but they soon became dissatisfied and went off to Lancaster."

The following information was provided by the authors of English Immigrant Voices immediately after the Sarah (Redman) Knight passage:

"Some of the emigrants who went to Knight's settlement at Nelsonville must have reported unfavourable. The Hampshire Telegraph of 3 March 1834 printed part of a letter from Knight explaining that the first part, which was omitted, contained Knight's refutation of 'malignant charges' made by people who had emigrated from Wisborough Green and Pulborough.

James Knight died on 26 August 1836 of a 'nervous fever.' Sarah remarried and out lived her second husband. She spent her last years in Athens County, recording in 1863 that she was the last surviving member of the party of 1821 immigrants from England still living there. She continued to write in her journal until July 1867, one month before she died."
(11)

Samuel and Thomas Older continued on to Athens County, Ohio, after their arrival in Canada whereas George Older remained in Canada with his family for a time. Samuel Older, Thomas Older, and a William Older were all heads of households in the 1840 census of York Township, Athens County, Ohio.(12)

Samuel Older's baptismal record lists his parents as Samuel Holder & Elizabeth Bishop.
(13) Samuel Older died August 8, 1857, in Grand Rapids, Wood County, Ohio.(14)

Thomas Older was christened November 12, 1809, in Wisborough Green, Sussex, England.
(15) The death certificate of Thomas Older gives his mother's name as Elizabeth Bishop.(16) Unfortunately, no baptismal record has been found for George Older nor has one been found for William Older.(17) It is upon this scenario that the parents of George Older are assumed to be Samuel Older Sr. and his wife Elizabeth Bishop.

Samuel Older Sr. was born about 1768 in England and probably died in Sussex, England.
(18) He married Elizabeth Bishop on April 17, 1790, in Salehurst, Sussex in England.(19) Elizabeth also was born in England and probably died in Sussex, England.(20)

Samuel Older Sr. and Elizabeth Bishop are thought to be the parents of George Older and the following eleven children:

1) Elizabeth Older was born 1790 in Salehurst, Sussex, England.(21)

2) Samuel Older
was born in 1792 in Salehurst, Sussex England. He died August 8, 1857, in Grand Rapids, Wood County, Ohio.(22)

3)
Jonathan Older was born in 1796 in Salehurst, Sussex, England.(23)

4) Hannah Older
was born in 1799 in Salehurst, Sussex, England.(24)

5) Mary Older
was born on June 6, 1801, in Wisborough Green, Sussex, England.(25)

6) John Older
was born on July 17, 1803, in Wisborough Green, Sussex, England.(26)

7) Nanny Older
was born December 15, 1805, in Wisborough Green, Sussex, England.(27)

8) James Older
was born November 2, 1807, in Wisborough Green Sussex, England.(28)

9) Thomas Older
was born October 23, 1809, in Wisborough Green, Sussex, England. He died November 17, 1887, in Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio.(29)

10) William Older
was born between 1812 and 1815 in Slinfold, Sussex, England. He died October 21, 1897, in Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio.(30)

11) Barnet Older was born May 1, 1815, in Slinfold, Sussex, England. He died October 21, 1897, in Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio.(31)

George Older married Sarah Gilbert in England.(32) No information on her parents is known.

George Older and Sarah Gilbert were the parents of five children:

1) Emily Older, a daughter, was born October 11, 1833, in England.(33) She married Andrew Harrington on August 28, 1853, in Ross County, Ohio.(34) Emily (Older) Harrington died in 1925 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon.

2) George Older Junior, the oldest son, was born September 13, 1835, "on the ocean".(35) George married Mary Summers Humphrey on January 1, 1860, in Vermilion County, Illinois.(36) George enlisted for service during the Civil War on April 26, 1864, at Danville, Illinois. He served in Company K of the 135th Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry. The State if Illinois website lists him as: OLDEN, George, Private, Danville, Jun 6, 1864, Mustered out Sep 28, 1864. He filed for a military pension in 1890. The National Archives cannot locate any of his records. George Jr. died September 26, 1920, in Portland, Oregon.(37)

3) Samuel Clarence Older, the youngest son, was born January 15, 1837, in Ontario, Canada.(38) He married Jane Eliza Baird on August 14, 1856, in Ross County, Ohio.(39)

4) Mary Jane Older was born in 1840 in Ohio. She married Johnson Coe on October 13, 1867 in Athens County, Ohio. (40)

5) Fanny Elizabeth Older was born August 12, 1843, in Ohio.(41) She died January 11, 1914, in Russelville, Brown County, Ohio. She married William M. G. Wamsley on February 20, 1867, in Bentonville, Adams Co., Ohio.(42)

Sarah (Gilbert) Older died sometime between 1843 and 1847.
(43) George Older then married Deborah Ann (Boyer) Nye on October 2, 1847, in Ross County, Ohio.(44) She was the daughter of Richard Boyer and Rachel Frew.(45) Deborah Ann Boyer was born March 10, 1828, in Ohio.(46) She married first Jacob Nye on February 19, 1843, in Ross County, Ohio.(47)

George Older and Deborah Nye were the parents of one child:

1) Margaret Louisa Ann Older was born May 26, 1849, in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. She died March 22, 1927, in Little River, Rice County, Kansas. She married Truman Myron Van Norman on February 19, 1868, at Henderson County, Illinois.(48)

Shortly after the birth of Ann, George Older died July 3, 1849, in Cincinnati, Ohio, during the Cholera epidemic.
(49) The Lancaster, Ohio, newspaper reported his death. The obituary gave George's age as 45 years old.

All six of the children of George Older Sr. were living in different households at the time of the 1850 census. No 1850 census record was found for George Older Jr.

Ann Older was living in the Richard Boyer household in 1850.
(50) Richard Boyer was the father of Deborah Boyer Nye, the second wife of George Older.(51) Ann Older married Truman Myron Van Norman on February 19, 1868, in Henderson County, Illinois.(52) He was born August 15, 1845, in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.(53) Margaret Louisa Ann Older died March 22, 1927, in Little River, Rice County, Kansas.(54) Margaret Luisa Ann was mentioned in the 1918 obituary of Emma Jane Price as a surviving sister, Anne Van Norman.(55)

George's widow, Deborah A. (Boyer) (Nye) Older, married William Price on September 10, 1854.
(56) Deborah died July 8, 1903, in Norman, Cleveland County, Oklahoma.(57)

There should be no 1830 or 1850 United States Federal Census records for George Older. He did not leave England until 1835 and he died in 1849. No 1840 Federal Census record for George Older has been found as well.

Children (
Older) of George Older and Sarah Gilbert:
i. Emily, born October 11, 1833, in Sussex, England
ii.
George Jr., born September 13, 1835, in Sussex, England
iii.
Samuel Clarence, born January 15, 1837, in Ontario, Canada
iv.
Mary Jane, born 1840 in Ohio
v.
Fanny Elizabeth, born August 12, 1843, in Ohio

Children (Older) of George Older and Deborah Nye:
vi. Margaret Louisa Ann, born May 26, 1849, in Hamilton County, Ohio

REFERENCES

1. Samuel Older of Sussex, England and His descendants in America by Susan L. Bingler, CGRS, unpublished, copyrighted June 2005.

2. P. William Filby and Mary Meyer. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index 1997 Supplement.

3. The following record was compiled from "A List of Petworth Emigrants, 1832--1837," Part Two of Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project 1832--1837 by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2000). The list summarizes available sources for information on families and individuals. England 1832, England, brig, A1, 320 tons, master Captain Lewis; superintendent J.C. Hale; sailed from Portsmouth (Spithead) 8 May 1832; arrived at Quebec 15 June 1832. In 1832, this ship was chartered by people in Wisborough Green working very closely with the Petworth Committee. Family names on that voyage included: Barberry (Burberry), Burchell, French, Goldring, Graffam (Grantham), Hook, Joyce (Joice), Mann, Older, Oler (Older), Saunders, Smart, Smithers, Southerton, Thaire (Thayre), and Tribe; See also the companion volume English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s, page 396 which lists Mr. Older and wife and 7 children and Thomas Older a single man.

4. English Immigrant Voices, Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s, edited by Wendy Cameron, Sheila Haines, Mary McDougall Mauge, McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, 2000, Introduction.

5. Ibid, page 207; Also, the following e-mail, received by Curtis L. Older from the Records Office of West Sussex, England, confirms the information to which notes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 relate:

From:
records.office@westsussex.gov.uk
To: curtolder@earthlink.net
Subject:   Re: Petworth Immigration Records AMM/AV.38

Date:    Aug 26, 2005 5:24 AM

Dear Mr. Older,
Thank you for your enquiry concerning George Older and his family. One sentence of a letter from him, written in 1836, was published in Continuation of letters from Sussex Emigrants... written in 1836, which was published in 1837. There is also a mention of him in a letter of 1836 to Rev. Thomas Socket, chairman of the Petworth Emigration Committee, from William Robinson, for whom George was working. The family are also mentioned in the journal of Sarah Knight, who had emigrated in 1821 to Nelsonville, Ohio.

All the above are published in English Immigrant Voices, ed. Cameron, Haines, and McDougall Maude, published in 2000 by McGill-Queen's University Press. A list of all emigrants under the Petworth scheme, with all the information about them, and the sources, was published in the companion volume Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada, The Petworth Project 1832-1837, by Wendy Cameron and Mary McDougall Maude. These volumes were the fruit of a ten year research project in Canada and England, funded by the Jackson Foundation, the Jacksons themselves being descended from a family who emigrated under the Petworth scheme.

If you are unable to obtain the books, we could copy the relevant sources for you, either by photocopying or scanning. I can let you have an estimate of the cost should it be necessary.

Yours sincerely,
Alison McCann
Assistant County Archivist

6. English Immigrant Voices, Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the 1830s, page 207.

7. Ibid, page xv.

8. Ibid, page 207.

9. Ibid, pages 231-2.

10. Ibid, page 396; WSRO, MP1790, Sarah Redman, "Epitome of the Life of Sarah Redman" (typescript copy).

11. Ibid, page 397.

12. 1840 U. S. Census for Ohio, Athens County, York Township, lists S. Older, T. Older, and W. Older.

13. Samuel Older's baptism was listed in the IGI [International Genealogical Index] as Samuel Holder christened 12 Feb 1792 Salehurst, Sussex, England. The parents were listed as Samuel Holder & Elizabeth Bishop.

14. Samuel Older of Sussex, England and His descendants in America by Susan L. Bingler, CGRS, page 3.

15. IGI record fro Thomas Older christened 12 Nov 1809 Wisborough Green, Sussex, England, with parents Samuel & Elizabeth Older.

16. Thomas Older death certificate, Fairfield Co., Ohio, death records, page 360, #9, FHL microfilm 0295271.

17. Samuel Older of Sussex, England and His descendants in America, page 3, footnote number 8, and footnote number 11.

18. Ibid, page 1.

19. Ibid, footnote number 1, "Samuel Older marriage, FHL Film Dates 1722-1806, Extracted from British Isles Vital Records - New Edition. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Information was supplied by Edward Felstead of Lancashire, England."

20. Ibid, page 1.

21. Elizabeth Older's baptism was listed as an abstracted church record in the IGI [International Genealogical Index] as Elizabeth Holder, christened on August 8, 1790, in Salehurst, Sussex, England. (FHL microfilm 1067299). The record states that her parents were Samuel Holder and Elizabeth Bishop.

22. Samuel Older's baptism was listed in the IGI as Samuel Holder christened 12 Feb 1792 Salehurst, Sussex England. The parents were listed as Samuel Holder & Elizabeth Bishop.

23. Jonathan Older's baptism was listed in the IGI as Jonathan Holder, christened 5 Sep 1796, Salehurst, Sussex, England. The parents were listed as Samuel Holder & Elizabeth.

24. Hannah Older's baptism ws listed in the IGI as Hannah Holder, christened 3 Mar 1799 Salehurst, Sussex, England.

25. Mary Older's baptism was listed in the IGI as Mary Holder, christened 16 Aug 1801, Wisborough Green, Sussex, England Parents Samuel Holder & Elizabeth, also listed birth date, 6 Jun 1801.

26. John Older, baptism listed in the IGI John Holder, christened 25 Sep 1803 in Wisborough Green, Parents Samuel Holder & Elizabeth.

27. Nanny Older, baptism listed in the IGI as Nanny Older

28. James Older was listed as James Holder in the IGI, as James Holder christened 13 Dec 1807 Wisborough Green, Sussex, England. Parents were Samuel Holder & Elizabeth.

29. The death certificate of Thomas Older, gives his mother's name as Elizabeth Bishop. Death certificate for Thomas Older, page 360, #9 LDS film 0295271, Fairfield County, Ohio, death records. On the day of his death he was listed as being 78 years 2 months and 24 days old.

30. No baptismal record was found for William Older. In the 1850 U. S. census he is 38 years old, in the 1860 U. S. census he is 46 years old, and in the 1880 census he is 65 years old.

31. Barnet Older's birth date was listed in the IGI along with his baptism., i.e. Barnet Alder, born 1 May 1815, christened 23 Jul 1815 Slinfold, Sussex, England at Hayes Independent. Parents were Samuel Alder & Elizabeth. The birth date caculated on his age at the time of his death was 1 May 1814.
32. English Immigrant Voices, page 207; Samuel Older of Sussex, England, Bingler, page 6.

33. Samuel Older of Sussex, England, Bingler, page 7.

34. Andrew Arrington entry, Ross County, Ohio, marriage index.

35. Bingler, page 33.

36. Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900 Record, Name: George Olders, Gender: Male, Spouse Name: Mary S. Humphrey, Marriage Date: Jan 01, 1860, Marriage County: Vermilion, Comments: This record can be found at the County Court Records, Film # 1298746 - 1298749.

37. Bingler, pages 33-4; Oregon Death Index, 1903-98 Record, Name: Older, George, County: Portland, Death Date: 26 Sep 1920, Certificate: 2470.


38. Bingler, page 35.

39. Bingler, page 35, Samuel Older entry, Ross County, Ohio, marriage index.

40. Bingler, page 36, Mary J. Older entry, Marvin Fletcher & Beverly Schumacher, Marriage Records, 1865-1880: Athens County, Ohio, Athens County Historical Society, 1981.

41. Bingler, page 36.

42. Ibid; Frances Wamsley death certificate, Ohio death records (1914) Brown County, Ohio, Certificate #427.

43. Bingler, page 6.

44. Bingler, page 6, George Older entry, Ross County, Ohio, marriages.

45. Bingler, page 6.

46. Ibid.

47. Ibid.

48. Bingler, page 37, Margaret A. L. Older entry, Illinois Marriage Index, marriage recorded in Henderson County, Illinois, volume B, page 33.

49. Bingler, page 6, George Older obituary, in newspaper obituary abstracts, Fairfield Trace (Winter 1990): 11.

50. 1850 U. S. Census for Ohio, Ross County, Huntington Township, Page 313, Roll M432_725, dwelling #134, family #136.

51. Bingler, page 6.

52. Bingler, page 37, Margaret A. L. Older entry, Illinois Marriage Index, marriage recorded in Henderson County, Illinois, volume B, page 33.

53. Bingler, correspondence with Curtis L. Older.

54. Bingler, page 37.

55. Bingler, correspondence with Curtis L. Older.

56. Bingler, page 6.

57. Ibid.

Name: George Older
Year: 1835
Place: Canada
Family Members: Wife; 2 children
Source Publication Code: 1088.10
Primary Immigrant: Older, George
Annotation: Date of emigration with intended destination. Spouse and children were assumed by indexers to have accompanied emigrant. Copies of this list can be obtained from Wordforce c/o Wendy Cameron, 305 Heath Street East, Toronto, M4T 1T3 or Mary McDougall Maude,
Source Bibliography: CAMERON, WENDY, AND MARY MCDOUGALL MAUDE. The Petworth Emigration Scheme: A Preliminary List of Emigrants from Sussex and Neighboring Counties in England to Upper Canada, 1832-1837. Toronto, Ontario: Wordforce, 1990. 25p.
Page: 16

Name: George Older
Year: 1836
Place: Canada
Source Publication Code: 4915.5
Primary Immigrant: Older, George
Annotation: Page numbers added by indexers.
Source Bibliography: McCANN, ALISON. Emigrants and Transportees from West Sussex, 1778-ca. 1874. (Lists and Index, 9.) Chichester, Sussex: West Sussex Record Office, 1980. [18p.]
Page: 7

Name: Geo Older
Year: 1832-1837
Place: Canada
Source Publication Code: 4582
Primary Immigrant: Older, Geo
Source Bibliography: LEESON, FRANCIS. "West Sussex Emigration to Canada in the 1830s and 1840s." In Sussex Family Historian, vol. 1:2 (Sept. 1973), pp. 31-34.
Page: 34


Name: ??? Older
Year: 1832
Place: Ohio
Family Members: Wife Joanna Hard; 8 children
Source Publication Code: 1088.3
Primary Immigrant: Older, Samuel
Annotation: Date of emigration with intended destination. Spouse and children were assumed by indexers to have accompanied emigrant. See nos. 99.2 above and 1088.10 below for more information on the Petworth Emigration Scheme.
Source Bibliography: CAMERON, WENDY, AND MARY MCDOUGALL MAUDE. "History of the Petworth Emigration Scheme: Annual Report for Families." In Families (Toronto, Ontario), vol. 32:2 (May 1993), pp. 101-105.
Page: 103

Name:
Joanna Hard Older
Year: 1832
Place: Ohio
Family Members: Wife Joanna Hard; 8 children
Source Publication Code: 1088.3
Primary Immigrant: Older, Samuel
Annotation: Date of emigration with intended destination. Spouse and children were assumed by indexers to have accompanied emigrant. See nos. 99.2 above and 1088.10 below for more information on the Petworth Emigration Scheme.
Source Bibliography: CAMERON, WENDY, AND MARY MCDOUGALL MAUDE. "History of the Petworth Emigration Scheme: Annual Report for Families." In Families (Toronto, Ontario), vol. 32:2 (May 1993), pp. 101-105.
Page: 103

Name:
Samuel Older
Year: 1832
Place: Ohio
Family Members: Wife Joanna Hard; 8 children
Source Publication Code: 1088.3
Primary Immigrant: Older, Samuel
Annotation: Date of emigration with intended destination. Spouse and children were assumed by indexers to have accompanied emigrant. See nos. 99.2 above and 1088.10 below for more information on the Petworth Emigration Scheme.
Source Bibliography: CAMERON, WENDY, AND MARY MCDOUGALL MAUDE. "History of the Petworth Emigration Scheme: Annual Report for Families." In Families (Toronto, Ontario), vol. 32:2 (May 1993), pp. 101-105.
Page: 103

Name:
Thomas Older
Year: 1832
Place: Ohio
Source Publication Code: 1088.3
Primary Immigrant: Older, Thomas
Annotation: Date of emigration with intended destination. Spouse and children were assumed by indexers to have accompanied emigrant. See nos. 99.2 above and 1088.10 below for more information on the Petworth Emigration Scheme.
Source Bibliography: CAMERON, WENDY, AND MARY MCDOUGALL MAUDE. "History of the Petworth Emigration Scheme: Annual Report for Families." In Families (Toronto, Ontario), vol. 32:2 (May 1993), pp. 101-105.
Page: 103