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                  Goderich, who began amassing land partly on the advice of Commander Henry Wolsey Bayfield*, a family connection. In 1832 Taylor arranged the
                  Struthers’s Scottish-born father had immigrated to Cape Breton in 1847 and married an islander. In 1855 the family relocated to Bayfield, on Lake Huron south of Kincardine. John Struthers appears to have
                  Bayfield Williams and Robert Neil McNeill. Named a qc in 1899, MacKinnon became president of the Law Society of Prince Edward Island the following year. He was also law agent
                  , Ont. He stayed for a short time in the village of Bayfield and was then appointed by the conference a missionary to the Indians of Oka (Kanesatake), Que. Except for the year he spent in Lacolle from
                   Oct. 1872; 21 Oct. 1890; 26 Feb. 1915; 18 May 1924. F. J. Bayfield, “Hon. Israel Wood Powell, m.d
                  Bayfield*], the building of the Rideau and Welland canals
                  portraiture. George Thresher, Fanny Amelia Bayfield [Wright*], and George Hubbard, on the other hand, provided documentary accounts of life in
                  Bayfield*, who had first learned surveying on the ice in February 1816 under Owen’s instruction, was left to complete the work when Owen returned to England in June 1817
                  van Tuyll* van Serooskerken in selling lots in the Bayfield Estate in Huron County, and in 1857 he was selling
                  Bayfield* and Peter Frederick Shortland* well into the 19th century. While in
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