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  1. Abraham James Kemp: Birth: 4 NOV 1795 in Ontario, Canada. Death: AFT 1881 in Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada

  2. Nancy Anna "Anny" Kemp: Birth: 4 SEP 1797 in Fredericksburgh Tp., Addington County, Ontario, Canada. Death: 22 MAY 1874 in Cramahe Tp., Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada

  3. James A. Kemp: Birth: 11 APR 1807 in Fredericksburgh Tp., Addington County, Ontario, Canada. Death: 16 SEP 1891 in Penetanguishene, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada

  4. John Cook Kemp: Death: 28 AUG 1887 in Ameliasburg Tp., Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada

  5. Jacob Kemp: Death: 30 NOV 1887 in Cramahe Tp.,Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada

  6. Person Not Viewable

  7. Person Not Viewable

  8. Lucy Kemp: Death: AFT 1851

  9. Mary Kemp: Death: 1 NOV 1912 in Brighton Tp., Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada


Notes
a. Note:   ing's Rangers, Tp. 3 Cataraqui, Ontario, 6th October 1784, John Kemp Jr.; joined since the last muster roll.
  Old UEL List, John Kemp Jr., Fredericksburgh, Son of John Kemp Sr. Provision List of Kingston 1786. King's Rangers.
  http://data2.collectionscanada.gc.ca/microform/data2/dm14/d14/006003/c-2117/jpg/c-2117-00022.jpg http://data2.collectionscanada.gc.ca/microform/data2/dm14/d14/006003/c-2117/jpg/c-2117-00023.jpg Name: Kemp, John Place: Fredericksburg Year: 1797 Volume: 268 Bundle: K 3 Petition: 23 Microfilm: C-2117Reference: RG 1 L3, pg. 22 & 23/1033 The Petition of John Kemp son of James Kemp (my note - sic) loyalist. Son of a loyalist and not having received assignments of any lands. Fredericksburg, 18 May 1797. Recommended for 200 acres as UE.
  Upper Canada Land Grants, R1G1L1, John Kemp, U.C.L. Book C, 1797-1802, p. 123, C101: July 8, 1797, Praying for lands as a Loyalist. Recommended for 200 acres as a U.E.
  Book: 20th Report of the Public Records & Archives of Ontario, by Alexander Fraser - pg. 121: No. of Claim - 44; Claimant - David Hawley, Lot 26 or 1, Con. 2, Fredericksburgh. Observations: Probably not No. 1 as No. 1 is allowed to John Kemp, see 371 claim. 25 appears to be the last numbered in the township by the Quebec plan.
  Ontario People 1796-1803, by E. Keith Fitzgerald, pg. 139 (National Archives of Canada, Upper Canada Loyalist Rolls): Midland District, Tp. of Fredericksburg, #3516, 145, John Kemp Jr., UE.
  Ontario Archives Land Record Index by Locatee, pg. 6546: John Kemp, Huntingdon Tp., July 8, 1797, Full Grant, Old Regulations, RG01-C13, Vol. 013, pg. 178.
  Crown Lands Index- Toronto Archives - 1/2 Lot 24 Con. 5 Fredericksburgh Tp, p40 Alex Aitken's Index to Schedule. RG1-C-I-4 Vol.40
  Ontario Archives Land Record Index by Locatee, pg. 6547: John Kemp Jr., Con. 5 Lot 24, Fredericksburgh, Full Grant, Old Regulations, 1800, RG01-AIV, Vol. 011, pg. 049.
  Early Church Records of Rev. Langhorn & McDowall, by Loral & Mildred Wannamaker: Marriage Records - pg. 17 - John Kemp is shown as one of the witnesses to the marriage of James Kemp [his brother] & Phebe Van Siclen, at Fredericksburgh, on 26 Dec. 1790. pg. 18 - John Kemp is shown as one of the witnesses to the marriage of George Loucks [the brother of John's brother-in-law, Abraham Loucks] & Sarah Lyons at Fredericksburgh, on 26 Nov. 1792. pg. 18 - John Kemp is shown as one of the witnesses at the marriage of William Fielding & Katreen Loucks, at Fredericksburgh, on Dec. 10, 1792. pg. 19 - Marriage: John Kemp, Fredericksburgh, & Mary Dafoe, same. 26 Jan. 1795. Witnesses: John Finkle, Jacob Finkle, Andrew Rikley, Margaret Huffman. pg. 11 - John Kemp is shown as a witness to the marriage of Jacob Dafoe & Ann Phillips, at Fredericksburgh, on Oct. 1, 1804. pg. 11 - John Kemp is shown as one of the witnesses at the marriage of Peter Vanderhyden & Ann Kemp, at Fredericksburgh, on Sept. 30, 1806. The baptismals of his children are shown on pp57,60,63,65,69 (x2),71,72. Also on the church records of Rev. McDowall, pg. 37.
  http://www.sfredheritage.on.ca/districtcourtrecords.html- Licenses Granted- At this time it was the perogative of the Quarter Sessions to receive applications for liquor licenses, and to grant or reject them. The first licenses of all of which record was then given were to John Kemp and Garrett D. Clute, of the Township of Fredericksburgh. These were granted at the Kingston Sessions, held on the 30th April, 1801.
  Index to Land Patents Upper Canada, MS1 Reel 6, pg. 220, L.D.S. Library, Hamilton, Ontario: John Kemp, 200 acres, Con 2, Lot 1, Fredericksburgh Tp., Lennox & Addington County, Midland District, Issued by I. Markland, 20 May, 1803, Lib. M, Folio 413. Also, John Kemp, 200 acres, Date of Patent - 17 May, 1802, Con. 6, Lot 2, Huntingdon Tp., Hastings Co., Midland District, Issued by I. Markland, 20 May, 1803, Lib. MB, Folio 11.
  Crown Lands, Township Papers, MS658 Reel 151, Cab. 9 Reel 265, Ontario Archives, Fredericksburgh Tp., Con. 2 Lot 1: #314 - In a letter dated 1874, there is mention that a patent was issued to John Kemp in 1802 & then to Wm. Cranford in 1804.
  Ontario Archives, Part V, 1914, Eleventh Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario, by Alexander Fraser, pp752,774: John Kemp bought a tavern license for the year ending 5 April 1802 in the Midland District. Also had a license for the year ending April 5 1803.
  Crown Lands, Township Papers, MS658 Reel 211, Cab. 9 Reel 370, Huntingdon Tp., Con. 6 Lot 2 (Ontario Archives): #0356 - John Kemp. #0357 - Tp. of Huntingdon, Lot 2 Con. 6, John Kemp of the Tp. of Fredericksburgh in Lennox & Addington County, Midland District. Yeoman, (no date)
  Abstract Index, GS4219, Cab.5 Reel 696, Ontario Archives, Con. 6, Lot 2, Huntingdon Tp., Hastings County: Instrument - Patent, Document Registered - May 17, 1802, Grantor - Crown, Grantee - John Kemp, 200 acres.
  Abstract Index, GS4650, Cab. 6 Reel 63, Ontario Archives, Con. 2 Lot 1, Fredericksburgh Tp., Addington County: Instrument #D719 - Deed, Document Registered - May 17 1802, Grantor - Crown, Grantee - Jno. Kemp, 200 acres all.
  Ontario Historical Society Papers & Records, Vol. XXIII, pg. 558: On a letter written Jan. 14, 1811 by Rev. Langhorn, to the Attorney General, he referred to John Kemp, a tavern keeper, in the front of Fredericksburgh, and his wife, Mary.
  Kingston Chronicle, Sept. 19, 1815, pg3 Col3, referred to John Camp as one of the executors of the estate of George Mordoff, of Fredericksburgh.
  Kingston Chronicle, Oct. 28, 1817, pg4, Col2, referred to the schoolhouse near John Camp's in the front concession of Fredericksburgh.
  Township Papers Picton Twp. Office Lot 97 Con.4 Ameliasburgh Instrument Instrument Date Of Date Of Grantor Grantee Quan. Of Land No. Instrument Registration -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------476 B & S 5 Apr.1817 12 June 1817 James Lathrum John Kemp Sw1/2 100 551 B & S 10 May 1817 15 June 1818 James Lathrum Jermiah Herrington Ne1/2 100 637 B & S 23 Mar.1819 11 Feb. 1820 John Kemp Sr.& Wife John J.Kemp Sw1/2 100 910 B & S 11 Nov.1823 6 Mar.1824 Jermiah Herrington Peter Van (Drmydsr) Ne1/2 100 1230 10 Jan.1862 4 Jan. 1862 John J.Kemp Cornelius & Joshua C. Kemp Sw1/2 100 1231 Life Lease 10 Jan.1862 4 Jan. 1862 Conelius &Joshua C. Kemp John J.Kemp Sw1/2 100 1300 Mortgage 3 Nov. 1862 5 Nov. 1862 Cornelius,Joshua C, Clarrissa Marsh Sw1/2 100 & John Kemp. $300 Discharged 1611 A Of M 13 Feb.1866 Clarrissa Marsh Mary E.Marsh Sw1/2 100 1727 D Of M 14 Jan.1867 Mary E.Marsh Cornelius Joshua C.& John Kemp 2070 2c 30 Sept.1874 Cornelius Kemp & Wife Joshua Kemp Sw1/2 100
  Upper Canada Land Petitions, RG1L3, Addington & Lennox, 1818 U.C.L.P. L11/93-287A-C2126, Cab. 1, Reel 157 (Ontario Archives): #93 - John Kemp is on a petition by a group of men asking to set up church grounds & a market place.
  Register of Upper Canada Militia Land Grants for Services during the War of 1812, R.G.9 IB4, Vol. 27, pgs. 62 & 63: #2350, Kemp, John, Trumpours Dragoons Corps, Sergeant, Yeoman, Date of Certificate 19 April 1821, residence Murray, 100 acres.
  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~saylormowbray/ 1820 Census Murray Township John Kemp, Males over 16: 4, Males Under 16: 1, Females Over 16: 1, Females Under 16: 1, Total 7
  Heir & Devisee Commission, Ontario Archives, R.G.40-553, 1822 Parcel 12, Kemp: John Kemp, Cramahe Tp., District of Newcastle, Brother to James Kemp, Fredericksburgh. James settled on E 1/2 Lot 5, Con. 1, lived on for 12 yrs. Died 17 yrs. previous to Aug. 29, 1821, & left only son John with two daughters. James left no will. (Ref.: Ontario Archives, Index MS657, Reel 12, Cabinet 7, Reel 58.)
  Ontario Archives Land Record Index by Locatee, pg. 6547: John Kemp, residence Fredericksburgh, received Con. 1 E1/2 Lot 5, July 1822, Full Grant, Heir & Devisee, RG01-C13, Vol. 090, pg. 034.
  Abstract Index, GS4650, Cab. 6 Reel 63, Ontario Archives, Con. 1 Lot 4 Additional, Fredericksburgh Tp., Addington County: Instrument - Deed, Document Prepared - Nov. 22 1822, Grantor - Crown, Grantee - John Kemp, 100 a E1/2.
  Index to Land Patents, Upper Canada, MS1 Reel 67, pg. 221, L.D.S. Library, John Kemp, 100 acres, Date of Patent - 22 Nov., 1822, Con. 1, E1/2 Lot 5, Fredericksburgh Tp., Lennox & Addington Co., Midland District, Issued by A. Mercer, 31 Jan. 1823, Lib. BC, Folio 122.
  Abstract Index, GS4219, Cab. 5 Reel 696, Ontario Archives, Con. 6 Lot 2, Huntingdon Tp., Hastings County: Instrument #M1879 - Bargain & Sale, Document Prepared - 21 June 1823, Document Registered - 20 Feb. 1832, Grantor - John Kemp, Grantee - Jacob Benson, 200 acres.
  Abstract Index, GS4219, Cab. 5 Reel 696, Ontario Archives, Con. 6 Lot 4, Huntingdon Tp., Hastings County: Instrument #M2047 - Bargain & Sale, Document Prepared - 13 Nov. 1832, Document Registered - 14 Nov. 1832, Grantor - John Kemp & Abraham Kemp, Grantee - Henry Finkle, 200 acres.
  Certificates of the Adjudicate General Filed as Grants to Militia Officers & Militia Men who served in the Flank Companies during the late War, R.G.9 IB4, pg. 1, John Kemp, residence Murray, Rank Sargeant, 1st Lennox, 100 acres granted.
  Ontario Archives Land Record Index by Locatee, pg. 6547: John Kemp, residence Murray Tp., received Con. 11 Lot 17, Vespra Tp., Full Grant, Military, Jan. 10, 1834, RG01-C14, Vol. 023, pg. 019; Con. 11 Lot 17, Vespra Tp., Full Grant, Military, Feb. 18, 1834, RG01-C14, Vol. 023, pg. 002; Con. 11 Lot 17, Vespra Tp., Full Grant, Military, Dec. 12, 1835, RG01-C13, Vol. 132, pg. 115; Con. 11 Lot 17, Vespra Tp., Full Grant, Military, Dec. 12, 1835, RG01-14, Vol. 006, pg. 036.
  MS658, Crown Lands - Township Papers (Appendix H), Ontario Archives, Cab. 9, Reel 658: Con. 11 Lot 7 - Vespra Tp., Simcoe County - #1263 - John Kemp of Murray Tp., Newcastle District, served as a Sargeant in a Troop of Cavalry attached to the 1st Regiment Lennox Milita between 17 June & 30 Dec. 1812. Dated - April 19, 1821. #1266 - Dec. 11, 1835 - Sergt. John Kemp of the Provincial Dragoons for Lot 17 in the 11 Con. of Vespra Tp. #1269 - Patent to John Kemp, 27 Feb. 1836. #1270 - Wm. Bishop asks whether Lot 17 N1/2 is patented since said lot has been sold for taxes two different times which parts were bought by him & now wishes to purchase the remainder. Barrie Post Office, 15 April, 1871.
  Index to Land Patents (Upper Canada), MS1, Reel 7, pg. 143 (L.D.S. Library, Hamilton, Ontario): John Kemp, 200 acres, Date of Patent - 24 Feb. 1836, Con. 11, Lot 17, Vespra Tp., Simcoe County, Home District, Issue by W.? on 11 May 1836, Lib. CK, Folio 431 Militia.
  Abstract Index, GS5555, Cab. 6 Reel 306, Ontario Archives, Con. 11 Lot 17, Vespra Tp., Simcoe County: Instrument - Patent, Document Prepared - Feb. 27 1836, Grantor - Crown, Grantee - John Kemp, all 200 acres. #2418 - Bargain & Sale, Document Prepared - 20 Feb. 1838, Document Registered - 23 Feb. 1838, Grantor - John Kemp of Murray Tp., Grantee - Rensellier McCarty of E. Gwillumbury Tp., Consideration 25 pounds, S1/2 of W1/2 50 acres. #3282 - Bargain & Sale, Document Prepared - 9 Nov. 1840, Document Registered - 4 Apl. 1840 (sic), Grantor - John Kemp of Murray Tp., Grantee - Rensalar McCarty of E. Gwillumbury Tp., Consideration 25 pounds, SE1/2 50 acres. #4434 - Bargain & Sale, Document Prepared - 30 May 1843, Document Registered - 21 June 1843, Grantor - John Kemp of Murray Tp., Grantee - Charles Biggar of Murray Tp., Consideration 75 pounds, N1/2 100 acres.
  Crown Lands, Appendix I, MS691, Reel3, Cab.7, 731, John Kemp, 20 Feb 1850, Cramahe Tp. served as Coronet Addington Dragoons under Capt. Trumpours became entitled to 500 acres. (Ontario Archives)
  Upper Canada Land Grants, R1G1L1, John Kemp, U.C.L. Book Index E, 1848-1850, p.598, C108: May 31, 1850. In militia in 1812 & not having as yet requested land. John Kemp, Newcastle District, Corps - Trompours Troops. Rank - Coronet.
  Register of Upper Canada Militia Land Grants for Services During the War of 1812, R.G.9 IB4, Vol. 27, pgs. 62 & 63: #474, Kemp, John, Trumpours Troop, Private, Yeoman, Date of Certificate 23 Apr. 1850, residence Murray, (back #2350).
  Crown Lands, Appendix I, MS691, Reel 3, Cab. 7, 731, Ontario Archives, John Kemp, Issued as Sargt. N02380. 23 May 1850. Sargeant - ? to the 7 June 1813 & afterwards as Coronet - Capt. Trumpours Troops at Cavalry on service during the war with the U. States. Cert. 5695 Militia - Additional Cert. 2852. Issue of 300 acres having already got 200 acres as a Sargeant. 23 May 1850.
  1851/2 Census Records, Northumberland County, Ontario, Film C11739, Hamilton Public Library: 224- Brighton Tp., Part 1, pg. 18, line 44, John Kemp, Age 85, born U.S., Religion E. Methodist, Widower, non-resident. Listed living in the home of Abel & Mary Simpson & their children. [I believe that Mary was his daughter.]
  1861 Census Records, Northumberland County, Ontario, Film C1055, Hamilton Public Library: 264 - Cramahe Tp., dist. 2, pg. 53, line 25, John Wade, Age 30, born England, Religion Baptist, Farmer; Elizabeth, Age 27, born Canada West, Baptist; Albert, 7, born Canada West; Allice, 5, born Canada West; Walter, 4, born Canada West; Alberta, 1, born Canada West; John Kemp, Age 94, born U.S., Religion Church of England, Widower. (Note: John Kemp was John Kemp Jr., s/o John Kemp Sr. & Anna Van Vorst. Elizabeth Simpson Wade was John Kemp's grandaughter. This is the last record I have for John Kemp Jr.).
  Abstract Index, GS4650, Cab. 6 Reel 63, Ontario Archives, Con. 2 Lot 1, Fredericksburgh Tp., Addington County: Instrument #B354 - Deed, Document Prepared - Dec. 14, 1814, Document Registered - Apr. 7 1866, Grantor - John Kemp, Grantee - Lawrence Sharp, 50 acres W1/2 of W1/2.
Note:   Haldimand Papers MG21, B168, p76, Disbanded Soldiers & Loyalists of the K


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