||pioneers of Bytown and March, Nicholas Sparks and Hamnett Kirkes Pinhey, their antecedents and their descendants
||Heydon, Naomi Slater
||Hill, Olmstead, Olmsted, Pinhey, Slater, Sparks, Stewart
|Heydon, Naomi Slater. Looking back: pioneers of Bytown and March, Nicholas Sparks and Hamnett Kirkes Pinhey, their antecedents and their descendants. (Ottawa, Ontario: Nemo Pub., c1980).|
Bibliography: p. 527-531. Includes indexes.
Includes Hill, Olmstead, Slater, Stewart and related families.
Genealogical tables on lining papers.
Nicholas Sparks (ca. 1792-1862) emigrated from County Wexford, Ireland about 1816. In 1826, he married Sarah Olmstead Wright (1780-1871), widow of Philemon Wright Jr.
Hamnett Kirkes Pinhey (1784-1857) and his wife, Mary Anne Tasker (1790-1852) also lived in the Bytown-March area. Descendants remained chiefly in Canada, but some did enter the United States.
Available at the Family History Library.