Col. Edward Jessup.During Heritage Week the Colonel Edward Jessup Edward Jessup (December 24 1735 - February 3 1816) was a soldier, judge and political figure in Upper Canada.
He was born in Stamford, Connecticut in 1735 and moved with his family to Dutchess County, New York in 1744. Branch UELAC UELAC United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada and the Tincap Women's Institute teamed up for displays at the Brockville Museum.
The Annual Meeting in the spring featured Judge Charles Anderson Charles Anderson may refer to:
Our Charter meeting in October moved to Spencerville Presbyterian Church where Brad Hubbard spoke on the restoration of old houses. We also had a tour of the adjoining cemetery where several generations of the Loyalist Drummond family are buried. Certificates were presented to Ron Tackaberry UE for himself as well as his mother. Lyle Johnston accepted a certificate on behalf of his son, Timothy, as a descendant of Loyalist Timothy Buell UE.
Others receiving certificates during the year were Barry Livingstone UE, John Brown UE, Pat Mackie should be added to this article, to conform with Wikipedia's Manual of Style.
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Throughout the year maintenance continued on the Wiltse Pioneer Cemetery. Contacts continue to be sought for our book on houses of the Loyalist period. For the second year, we presented a bursary bur·sa·ry
n. pl. bur·sa·ries
1. A treasury, especially of a public institution or religious order.
2. Chiefly British A scholarship granted to a university student in need. to a history student at Brockville Collegiate Institute A collegiate institute is a general term that can refer a school of secondary or tertiary education.
In Canada, collegiate institute has a more specific meaning. In 1871 the province of Ontario set up two parallel secondary education systems. in memory of the late Edgar Clow UE. The recipient this year was Amber Brown from Front of Yonge. We also have Loyalist grave markers that we are selling.
On Sunday August 27th, the Colonel Edward Jessup Branch UELAC held its Annual Church Parade at St. John's Anglican Church in Lyn, ON. After the service members toured the adjacent cemetery and the church grounds. Photos were taken by Fraser Carr.
By Myrtle Johnston UE, Branch President