1 Moodie Family of North Burgess Township Lanark County, Ontario Henry Houze married two Moodie girls who were cousins. His first wife, Elizabeth, was the daughter of Andrew and Elizabeth Farnell. The 1851 Census shows Andrew married to Elizabeth with 8 children, the oldest child shown being born in Elizabeth, 17 at the time, is shown in the 1851 census as working seven farms from home for George Palmer, a farmer on Concession 9 Lot 9. Henry s second wife, Isabella F. Moodie, was the daughter of John Moodie and Jeanette Anderson. Isabella is shown below as being 11 years of age in 1851 making her birth year 1840 but later census data indicates that she was born in Church records show it was 1845 but at least the 1911 census and the the church records agree that it was September 27 th. The 1851 Census of Ontario finds five Moodie families living close to each other in North Burgess, as follows; Concession 10 Lot 7 Thomas Moodie Carpenter Scotland Presb. 28 Jane Scotland Presb. 27 Thomas Upper Can Presb. 8 Hugh Upper Can Presb. 7 James Upper Can Presb. 4 William Upper Can Presb. 2 Jane Upper Can Presb. 1 Notes: Thomas and Jane Condie were married in Thomas was born in 1813 should probably show as 38 years of age. Concession 10 Lot W3 Andrew Moodie Farmer Scotland Presb. 42 Elizabeth Upper Can Presb. 41 Sally Upper Can Presb. 22 Mary Ann Upper Can Presb. 14 Thomas Upper Can Presb. 12 Joseph Upper Can Presb. 10 Margaret Upper Can Presb. 8 Andrew Upper Can Presb. 6 Christinna Upper Can Presb. 4 James Upper Can Presb. 2 Notes: Andrew and Elizabeth Farnell had nine children in total. Their 17 year old daughter Elizabeth is found working a few farms away in this census. Concession 10 Lot W4 James Moodie Farmer Scotland Free Church 42 Jane England 41 Isabella Upper Can 11 Thomas 9 Chistiana 8 Robert 6
2 Hellen 4 James 1 Notes: James married Jane Davidson in Concession 9 Lot E7 John Moodie Farmer Scotland Presb. 34 Jennet Upper Can Presb. 27 Isabella Upper Can Presb. 6 Christiana Upper Can Presb. 4 Thomas Upper Can Presb. 2 Margaret Upper Can Presb. 1 Notes: John married Janet Anderson in Concession 10 Lot 7 Thomas Moodie Farmer Scotland Presb. 67 Christiana Scotland Presb. 62 Alexander Moodie Farmer Upper Can Presb. 21 Rebecca Upper Can Presb. 21 Sarah Upper Can Presb. 5 Thomas and Christina Drysdale were married in Scotland and came to Canada about 1822 with their five children. Alexander is one of three children born in Canada. He married Rebecca Ferrier about It would appear from various official records that all of the Moodie families in North Burgess were related. This is confirmed in part by the Old Parish Records (OPRs) located on the official Scottish government web site of the General Record Office of Scotland (GROS). The youngest of the married Moodie men, Alexander (shown in 1851 on his father s farm), was born in Canada. Information on Thomas Moodie (per LDS Ancestry file by Mary ALLAN-COX #801, St. S. Lethbridge, AB T1J 4J1 Birth: 21 Aug 1785 Place: Carnock, Fifeshire, Scotland Death: 19 Sep 1880 Place: Burgess, Lanark, Ont. Spouse: Christian or Christina Drysdale Marriage: 12 Oct 1808 Place: Carnock, Fifeshire, Scotland (GROS Data: 414/ ) Burial: Sep 1880 Place: Scotch Line Cem, Lanark, Ont. Children of Thomas and Christian Moodie (per Scotlands People website - OPR-GROS data) 1. 21/01/1809 MOODIE, JAMES M CARNOCK 414/ /04/1811 MOODIE, ANDREW TOSHACH M CARNOCK 414/ /11/1813 MOODIE, THOMAS M CARNOCK 414/ /01/1819 MOODIE, JOHN M CARNOCK 414/
3 5. 03/06/1821 MOODIE, HELEN FERGUS F CARNOCK 414/ Presbyterian church data below extracted from; St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Perth, Ontario Marriages Performed by Rev. Thomas Clarke Wilson & Rev. William Bain Moodie, Andrew* Ferrier, Mrs. Betsey Mclean, John Drysdale, James Moodie, Helen Finlay, Alexander Allan, James Allan, John Moodie, James Davidson, Jane Smith, Ralph Bel, Mathew Moodie, James Moodie, Christian Moodie, Thomas Moodie, John Moodie, Thomas Condie, Jane Moodie, James Condie, James * The first line above is a bit confusing. Perhaps Andrew married twice or Elizabeth (Betsey) was married to a Mr. Ferrier first. The names can be a bit confusing because a brother of Andrew s by the name of Alexander (b. 1830) married a Rebecca Ferrier before 1846 when the two were 15 or 16 years of age. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Perth, Ontario Marriages Performed by Rev. William Bain and Rev. M. MacGillivray Name Born Father Mother Date Spouse Born Moodie, Christina Ann Joseph McDonald, Johannah Spalding, John R Moodie, Elizabeth 1835 Andrew Farnell, Elizabeth House, Henry 1835 Moodie, Isabella James Davidson, Jane Wilson, George Moodie, James 1851 Andrew Farnell, Elizabeth Monroe, Jane 1848 Moodie, Joseph 1841 Andrew Farnell, Elizabeth McDonald, Johanna 1839 Moodie, Margaret 1847 Andrew Farnell, Elizabeth Duffield, George 1848 Moodie, Margaret John Anderson, Janet McIntyre, Gregory 1854 First Presbyterian Church, Perth, Ontario, Marriages by Rev. William Bell Moodie, John Anderson, Janet Davidson, Thomas McDerwell, John Moodie, Mary MN Allan, Francis Harper, Henry Allan, James St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Perth, Ontario, Births Moodie, Sarah Alexander Ferrier, Rebecca Burgess Moodie, Ellen " " " Moodie, Rebecca " " " Moodie, Christina " " " Moodie, Thomas " " " Moodie, Abraham " " "
4 Moodie, Mary " " " Moodie, Jane " " " Moodie, James " " " Moodie, Martha " " " Moodie, Susannah " " " Moodie, Elizabeth F " " " Moodie, Isabella James Davidson, Jane Burgess Moodie, Thomas " " " Moodie, Christina 1844 " " " Moodie, Robert 1846 " " " Moodie, Ellen 1848 " " " Moodie, James David 1851 " " " Moodie, Sarah Ann 1855 " " " Moodie, William " " " Moodie, Andrew 1860 " " " Moodie, David James Moodie, Christina Burgess Moodie, Thomas " " " Moodie, Andrew Alfred James Monroe, Jane Burgess Moodie, Elizabeth Ann " " " Moodie, Margaret Jane " " " Moodie, George James " " " Moodie, John Herbert " " " Moodie, Bertha May " " " Moodie, Isabella John Anderson, Janet Burgess Moodie, Christina " " " Moodie, Thomas " " " Moodie, Margaret " " " Moodie, Helen " " " Moodie, Jessie " " " Moodie, Robert A " " " Moodie, John " " " Moodie, James A " " " Moodie, John Alexander " " " Moodie, Mary Jane " " " Moodie, Christina Ann Joseph McDonald, Johanna Elmsley Moodie, Andrew D " " " Moodie, Elizabeth " " " Moodie, Mary Jane " " " Moodie, Margaret Elizabeth " " " Moodie, Matilda " " " Moodie, James Frederick " " " Moodie, Thomas Thomas Condie, Jane Burgess Moodie, Hugh " " " Moodie, William " " " Moodie, James 1847 " " " Moodie, Jane 1850 " " " Moodie, Andrew " " " Moodie, Annie Marie Thomas McLaren Jessie Burgess Moodie, Robert Thomas " " "
5 Moodie, Andrew Albert " " " Moodie, Jane Louise Thomas Sim, Janet Burgess Moodie, Eva J. Elizabeth " " " Scotch Line Cemetery - N. Burgess Lot12 Concession 10 Data extracted from: Plot Name Born Died Relationship 87 Moodie, Thomas Sep 1880 Christena Drysdale 181 Moodie, James Jane Davidson 87 Moodie, Alexander May-1918 Rebecca Ferrier 107 Moodie, James Jean Munro 190 Moodie, Sarah Robert Oliver 88 Moodie, Rebecca Nov 1898 J. C. Poole 141 Moodie, Abraham Margaret Allan 243 Moodie, Thomas Cecil Jul-1878 Jean D.?? 87 Moodie, James Sarah J. Armstrong 104 Moodie, Eva William J. Thompson 107 Moodie, Alfred Andrew May Davis 107 Moodie, Bertha May Dau of James & Jean 58 Moodie, Chrissie Ernest A. Imeson 226 Moodie, Robert Allan Agnes Davis 87 Moodie, Alex Son of James & Sarah 138 Moodie, Alex Son of J. & S. Moodie 141 Moodie, Stuart M Son of Abraham & Margt 122 Moodie, Ethel F Clifford S. Thompson 87 Moodie, Leslie T Son of James & Sarah 230 Moodie, Donald C Ruby I. Erwin 107 Moodie, William Alfred Laura Tetlock 33 Moodie, Gladys Luella Robert Milton McCord 227 Moodie, Ronald George Moodie, Barbara Anne Mr. Reading?? 230 Moodie, Mary Diane Feb-1944 Dau of Donald & Ruby 247 Moodie, Douglas A Mary L. Vantilborgh 247 Moodie, Ryan A Mar-1981 Son of Douglas & Mary North & South Burgess Townships, Lanark County, Ont Directory SCHEDULE OF POST OFFICES for NORTH & SOUTH BURGESS TOWNSHIP 1 Perth R.M.D. #
6 2 Perth R.M.D. #5 3 Perth 4 Stanleyville R.M.D. #2 5 Stanleyville 6 Stanleyville R.M.D. #1 7 Westport 9 Perth R.M.D. #4 11 Lombardy 12 New Boyne 13 Newboro 15 Lombardy 54 Rideau Ferry NAME No P.O. DES. CON. LOT Dodds Alex 40 1 O Farnell George 48 1 O 9 6 Farrell Thomas 49 1 O Farrell Mack 50 5 O 7 20 Ferrier John F O 10 3 Ferrier James 52 1 O 10 8 Ferrier Abe 53 1 O 9 7 Kenyon Hartley 72 1 O 8 1 Moodie Alex O 10 7 Moodie Abe O 9 8 Moodie J. A O 10 7 Moodie Albert O 10 4 Names of interest extracted from; Census data extracted from the LDS site Lanark North - NBurgess Household 1: John MOODIE M Male Scottish 55 O <Ontario> Farmer C. Presbyterian Christina MOODIE Female Scottish 28 O <Ontario> Weaver C. Presbyterian Robert MOODIE Male Scottish 23 O <Ontario> Farmer C. Presbyterian Mary J. MOODIE Female Scottish 10 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Notes: At first glance one would think this to be John, the son of Thomas, born in 1819, but the age and place of birth are wrong. John and Janet Anderson had, according to church records, 11 children. The children s names above are consistent with the church records but the girls ages are not. The ages above should read; 62, 34, 23 and 13 respectively. Household 2: Andrew MOODIE M Male Scottish 28 O <Ontario> Farmer C. Presbyterian Isabel MOODIE M Female Irish 29 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Notes: This may be Andrew, son of Thomas and Jane Condie. The birth date is close.
7 Household 3: Thomas MOODIE M Male Scottish 39 O <Ontario> Farmer Christian Annie MOODIE M Female Scottish 38 O <Ontario> Christian Annie MOODIE Female Scottish 14 O <Ontario> Christian Margret MOODIE Female Scottish 12 O <Ontario> Christian James MOODIE Male Scottish 10 O <Ontario> Christian George MOODIE Male Scottish 8 O <Ontario> Christian Gilbert MOODIE Male Scottish 5 O <Ontario> Christian William MOODIE Male Scottish 3 O <Ontario> Christian Household 4: Andrew MOODIE M Male Scottish 70 Ireland Farmer C. Presbyterian Eliz MOODIE Female Scottish 71 Ireland C. Presbyterian Christina MOODIE Female Scottish 27 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Albert MOODIE Male Scottish 9 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Notes: Andrew was born in Scotland and Elizabeth Farnell was born in Ontario. Christina should show as 34 years of age. Household 5: James MOODIE M Male Scottish 28 O <Ontario> Farmer C. Presbyterian Jane MOODIE M Female Scottish 26 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Andrew MOODIE Male Scottish 5 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Eliz MOODIE Female Scottish 4 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Maggie MOODIE Female Scottish 2 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Notes: James Moodie and Jane Munroe were married in 1874 and had at least six children per the church records. James was son of Andrew Moodie and Elizabeth Farnell. Household 6: James MOODIE M Male Scottish 70 Scotland Farmer C. Presbyterian Mary MOODIE M Female Scottish 61 Scotland C. Presbyterian James MOODIE Male Scottish 27 O <Ontario> Farmer C. Presbyterian Duncan MOODIE Male Scottish 20 O <Ontario> Miner C. Presbyterian Notes: This James may be the son of Thomas and Christiana Drysdale. The age is off by a couple of years. He had a son James but no Duncan that is Notes: Household 7: Alex MOODIE M Male Scottish 50 O <Ontario> Farmer C. Presbyterian Rebecca MOODIE M Female Scottish 50 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Rebecca MOODIE Female Scottish --- Born: 324 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Thomas MOODIE Male Scottish 22 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Abraham MOODIE Male Scottish 19 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Mary MOODIE Female Scottish 16 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Janic MOODIE Female Scottish 15 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian James MOODIE Male Scottish 12 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Martha MOODIE Female Scottish 8 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Susan MOODIE Female Scottish 7 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Notes: Alex Moodie married Rebecca Ferrier. They had 12 children after 1850 per the church records.
8 Household 8: Wm. MOODIE M Male Scottish 23 O <Ontario> Farmer C. Presbyterian Eliz MOODIE M Female Scottish 24 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Eliz. MOODIE Female Scottish 4 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Georg MOODIE Male Scottish 2 O <Ontario> C. Presbyterian Notes: William may be the son of James and Jane Davidson but the age is off by two years. Lanark South - Elmsley Household 1: Joseph MOODIE M Male Scottish 39 O. <Ontario> Farmer Presbyterian Joann MOODIE M Female Scottish 41 Scotland Presbyterian Christina MOODIE Female Scottish 16 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Andrew MOODIE Male Scottish 15 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Mary Jane MOODIE Female Scottish 9 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Margret MOODIE Female Scottish 7 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Matilda MOODIE Female Scottish 5 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Frederick MOODIE Male Scottish 3 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Notes: Joseph was a son of Andrew and Elizabeth Farnell. He married Johanna MacDonald on 14 Sep Household 2: Thomas MOODIE W Male Scottish 40 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Annie MOODIE Female Scottish 14 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Robert MOODIE Male Scottish 10 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Albert MOODIE Male Scottish 8 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Jennie MOODIE Female Scottish 6 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Eva MOODIE Female Scottish 4 O. <Ontario> Presbyterian Notes: Thomas had two children with Janet Sim; Jane and Eva. It would appear from the Presbyterian church records that Thomas was previously married to Jessie McLaren and they had three children: Annie, Robert and Albert. Suspect that Thomas is the son of Andrew and Elizabeth Farnell. Marriages in Lanark County Vol. 29, pg. 457 (Lanark Co): Andrew MOODIE, 23, farmer, North Burgess, same, s/o Andrew & Elizabeth, married Isabella HARPER, 20, North Burgess, same, d/o Henry & Isabella, witnesses were Margaret JOHNSTON & Henry HARPER, both of N. Burgess, 5 June 1870 at Perth. The ship DOROTHY left Greenock, Scotland 12 July 1815, Arrived Quebec 4 Sept 1815, 202 passengers on Board. Including James Drysdale. The ship ATLAS left Greenock, Scotland 11 July 1815, Arrived Quebec 4 Sep 1815, with 245 passengers on Board including John Farrier.
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