Samuel Edison was an early settler in Upper Canada (now Ontario). His original Talbot Settlement land grant was lot 15, concession 3, in Bayham Township (Order in Council, Aug. 20, 1811).
SAMUEL EDISON (Sarah Ogden, Samuel, Swaine, David, John), b. Mar. 7, 1767; d. Mar. 27, 1865; 1st m. NANCY STIMSON; 2d m. Sept. 5, 1825, ELIZABETH COOK, b. May 8, 1799; d. Mar. 31, 1890.
Samuel Ogden EDISON b: Mar 5, 1762 Acquackanonk, Essex Co., NJ d: Mar 27, 1865 Vienna, Elgin Co., ON, buried at the Edison Pioneer Cemetery in Vienna +Nancy STIMSON b: Oct 1769 m: Nov 14, 1792 Digby Co., NS d: Sep 26, 1824 Vienna, Elgin Co., ON
In 1861, Samuel Edison, 93, b. US, and Elizabeth, 56, b. US, were residing with their son Mahlon, yeoman, 34, and his family, Sarah, 25, b. US [sic], Mahlon, 5 and Julia, 1.
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