Henry and Ann TOMPKINS or THOMPKINS
Lot 1, Concession 3, Osgoode Township in 1879
Manotick Station Village
(Emerald Links Golf Course today)


New June 26, 2003:

"Little is known of the building of St. Paul's church, Osgoode (Anglican).
The diary of Miss Elizabeth Tompkins of Manotick reveals that the cornerstone
made by a parishioner, Solomon Munsell was laid on September 18, 1886, a Saturday.
A picnic was held the same day in aid of funds for a church building. The 
Hon. Thomas White was guest speaker and $250 was realized, a considerable sum 
in those days. The congregation at Manotick was very small at that time and the
building of a church was considered a great venture, as indeed it was."

Source: Faith of our Fathers: The Story of the Diocese of Ottawa.
See our Bibliography for details.

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1881 Census Place:	Osgoode, Russell, Ontario, Canada
	Source:	FHL Film 1375865  NAC C-13229  Dist 104  SubDist G  Div 1  Page 3  Family 14
	Sex	Marr	Age	Origin	Birthplace
Henry THOMKINS	M	M	47	Irish	O 
	Occ:	Farmer	Religion:	Church of England	
Ann THOMKINS	F	M	42	Irish	O 
			Religion:	Church of England	
Mary J. THOMKINS	F		20	Irish	O 
			Religion:	Church of England	
James E. THOMKINS			18	Irish	O 
	Occ:	School Teacher	Religion:	Church of England	
Elisabeth A. THOMKINS	F		17	Irish	O 
	Occ:	Schoolteacher	Religion:	Church of England	
Hanah L. THOMKINS	 F		15	Irish	O 
			Religion:	Church of England	
William E. O. THOMKINS	 M		12	Irish	O 
			Religion:	Church of England	
Henry J. M. THOMKINS	 M		8	Irish	O 
			Religion:	Church of England	
Samuel ANDREWS	M		22	English	England
	Occ:	Servant	Religion:	C. Methodist	

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