||Joseph Butt Marriage Data, Recipient: Scott Black
||Joseph Butt Marriage Data
||Hampton, Ontario, Canada
||E-Mail, email@example.com, December 29, 2004
|Betty Ferster. Joseph Butt Marriage Data, Recipient: Scott Black. (E-Mail, firstname.lastname@example.org, December 29, 2004).|
||Scott Black and Betsy Feaster Genealogical Library
||Fort Wayne Indiana
||Original on File
Hello Everyone, and Seasons Greetings and all that.
This fall I hired a researcher in Ontario to try to find info on my Etling family line. Jane Butt, daughter of Joseph and Ann Butt, married into this family. Unfortunately, after exhaustive research, nary a thing was turned up on my Etlings. However, the researcher did find the marriage of Joseph and Ann, and I thought it worth passing along to all of you. I quote from the documents she sent today:
Archives of Ontario, Marriage Registers of Upper Canada/Canada West, Vol. 7, Pt. 1, Newcastle District, 1810-1848, RG 80-27-1, Vol. 17, MS 248, Reel 3, #142, p43
Marriages of Rev'd. James Bradshaw, Episcopal Methodist Minister, Darlington
Joseph Butts (sic) to Ann Winn (sic) 15 August 1843, by Rev. Bradshaw, Witnesses Charles Richmond and Nancy McDougall.
Note the spellings; also Darlington is a township in Durham County. The microfilm was then located and copied, and the excerpt is enclosed. It is very difficult to read but I believe that those making the above transcription did an accurate recording of the original information.
She sent me a photocopy of the page, but it is very difficult to make out, I would never have recognized it had I been looking at film.
Since Butts was misspelled, who knows if Winn is correct? The puzzle continues...