The Minakers of Marysburgh, 1784-1984

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L. Minaker, 1985 - Ontario - 356 pages
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John Henry William Minaker (1734-1808) married Anne B.M. Ortloffen, then enlisted as a Hessian soldier and was shipped in 1776 to Trois Rivières, Québec. His family joined him, and they settled in North Marysburgh Township, Prince Edward County, Ontario in 1784. His surname was originally Meinecke. Descendants and relatives lived in Ontario, Québec, Manitoba, British Columbia and elsewhere. Some descendants immigrated to New York, Washington, California and elsewhere in the United States.

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Contents

Early History
1
The First Family of Minakers
9
Request for land John
13
Oldest Minaker Grave Markers
15
The Family Expands 1784 1850
21
Steamer on Bay of Quinte
25
Muriel Stevenson Obituary
33
Minaker River Valley in B C
39
Annie Minaker of Brandon Obituary
55
Copyright

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