Amy Johnson Crow, on her blog No Story Too Small, has challenged her fellow bloggers to post 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks. This is week forty-five, in my attempt to catch up before the end of the year!
I know very little about my great-great-great-great grandmother Margaret Glover. She was born in Ireland in 1774, but I don’t know who her parents were.
She married John Lloyd around 1798. After their marriage and the birth of their nine children (Caleb, Eliza, Glover, Marmaduke, Maria, Jane, Margaret, John and William), they emigrated to Ontario, Canada, ultimately settling in Brock Township.
John died on August 22, 1848 and is buried in the St. John Cemetery in Sunderland, Ontario.
By the 1851 census, Margaret (77) is living in York with her son John (32) and his wife Mary Ann (26) and their children John (2) and William (1). And in 1861 Margaret is living with daughter Jane and Jane’s husband James St. John in Brock Township.
Margaret died on February 14, 1861 and is buried with her husband in Sunderland.