Family:Joseph Butt and Ann Winn (2)

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Marriage[1][2][3][4] 15 AUG 1843 Hampton, Durham, Ontario, Canadain Darlington Township
Census[5] 1871 Huron, Ontario, CanadaNorth Huron
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Joseph lost his wife of 17 years after they emigrated from England to Canada, leaving him a 36 year old widower with 10 children.

JOSEPH BUTT married ANN WINN on 15 Aug 1843 at Darlington Township, Hampton, Durham County, Ontario, Canada. Ann "had no people around her and she was only 18. Her mother was hired to keep house for two old toughs who worked in the bush for the Elliott's. The mother died and (Joseph) took pity on the girl and married her. (Elam) and ... James never could acknowledge her and they never cared for her or any of the second family. All the others mixed up together."S6

Joseph and Ann lost their first child and then had a total of nine surviving children, five girls and four boys. The Hannah Butt Taylor Letter is a very interesting source of information on Joseph, his life and his family.

References
  1. Kimberly Louise Fraser. Butt GED Fraser. (Pedigree Resource File, Submission Number 432444-071999131402), Secondary quality.
  2. Derek Topping. Butt GED Topping. (GED File, Downloaded in 2001), Secondary quality.
  3. Hannah Butt Taylor. Hannah Butt Taylor Letter. (Letter, March 9, 1941), 1941, Primary quality.
  4. Betty Ferster. Joseph Butt Marriage Data, Recipient: Scott Black. (E-Mail, bferster@sasktel.net, December 29, 2004), 1843, Primary quality.
  5. 1871 Canadian Federal Population Census: Page 71, Province of Ontario, District 26, North Huron, 1871, Primary quality.