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Ardiel-O'Brien family, London Township, 1819, Richard Talbot Settlers
Posted by: Linda Crinklaw (ID *****0010) Date: August 12, 2009 at 09:40:20
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I am researching the family of Charity/Charlotte Ardiel/Ardell (born c. 1789) who married c. 1814 in Ireland Joseph O'Brien (born c. 1786). Their familiy was listed as Episcopalians in the 1852 Canada Census. They came in 1818 to London Township with the Richard Talbot settlers, including the Guests and Powells. In 1819 land was assigned to this Joseph O'Brien family and to James Ardiel, John Ardiel, John Ardiel, Sr. (perhaps b. 1786), and Leonard Ardiel (perhaps b. 1773). Between 1820-1839 Lantry Ardiel was also given land. Is Charity/Charlotte Ardiel a sister to Leonard and John Ardiel? Who is James Ardiel? The children of Charity/Charlotte and Joseph O'Brien were: James (b. 1815), Mary Ann (b. 1817), Rebecca (b. 1824), Joseph Wesley (born c. 1829; married Sarah Switzer Armitage who emigrated c. 1858; must be many descendants of their 11 children), and John (b. c. 1832). The sponsors of the baptism of Rebecca O'Brien in 1824 included John Ardiel and Mary Ardiel. Were the Ardiels in Ireland Wesleyan Methodists before emigrating? Who were the ancestors of Charity/Charlotte Ardiel and of Joseph O'Brien? Any information or feedback will be much appreciated.


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