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William Losee

William Losee

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Looking for the connection between William Losee who came to Adolphustown 1791 and Joshua Losee who came to Southwest Ontario probably 1784. Both were Methodist preachers.

Joshua Losee

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Did your Joshua marry Catherine Van Camp on 3-9-1794 in Marlborough, Ontario? I have her background but nothing on him. Pam

joshua losee

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France Stenberg(Noxon Family in North America vol.2 p 205) Gertrude Noxon m Joshua Losee 8 March 1762. He was a preacher and Loyalist. they went to Ontario,Canada. Had nine children, one was Joshua b ca 1767.
Eric Halpin has connected them to the Marlborough area by a dau Charity marrying a William Soules. If this fits let me know and I will give you details of other children.

Joshual Losee

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It fits. Catherine Van Camp is also from a Loyalist family and was born in 1775. She married Joshua in 1794 in Marlborough, Ontario. I would be very interested in Joshua Losee's siblings. Catherine and Joshua are buried in the Iroquois cemetery. Catherine is sometimes listed as Cattrina Van Campen. She was the third of eleven children of Jacob Van Camp and Annatje Buise. The others were Peter, Matthew, Jacob, William, Rachel, Elizabeth, John, Johanetja, Doris, and Mary. They married with Knapps, Moshers, Straders, Brundages, and Lam(p)sons.
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Issue of Gertrude Noxon and Joshua Losee
Elizabeth bp 20 March 1764 RDC, Fishkill. Dutchess Co., NY
Cornelia b ca 1765, Joshua b ca 1767, Bartholomew b ca 1769, Robert bp 11 Sept 1771 Schenectady, Sch. Co.,NY,Deborah b ca 1773, James b ca a775, Gertrude bp 23 May 1780 Schenectady, Charity m William Soule.

Losee/Soule

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I would very much like to have whatever information you have on this family as Charity Losee and William Soule are my G-G-G-Grandparents.

Charity and William Losee

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Our research on Charity was along the Noxon line, Her mother was Gertrude Noxon who descended through Bartholomew Noxon from Thomas Noxon who came to Long Island and New York in about 1686. We have been unable to trace the Lossee branch further than Charity.
Doubtless you have more information than we.
If you want details on Charity's Noxon lineage we can help. Incidentally, Charity's uncle married Ann Lossee in Dutchess County. Her parents were Abraham Losee and Anna Dorland.

Re: William Losee

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Classification: Query
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In a copy of a booklett "William Losee,Ontario's Pioneer Methodist Minister" by Rev.I. William Lamb, sent to me by Patricia D. Thompson in Ontario, it says that William Losee as a cripple was in ineligable to serve in the military but served in the "Westchester Loyalists" an unincorpotated group which aided the British armies largely by supplying forage and provisions for the garrison in New York. He was the son of John and Elinore Losee born Thursday 30 June 1757 in Beekman Presinct, New York. It states that Cornelius,Joshua and Pompo of Matilda were his kinsmen but not how they are related.

Re: Losee

Lorie Wells (View posts)
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Classification: Query
Surnames: Noxon,Hoogeboom, Getter, Elliott
You mentioned a Joshua Losee who married and Gertude Noxon, do you have any information on Gertrudes mothers family??

Re: William Losee

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Classification: Query
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Oral history claims that Rev. Wm. Losee was related to the Losee family living in the Quinte area. I have found mentioned in early records a Abraham Losee of Ernestown. It states he arrived in Upper Canada in 1796 and lived in Ernestown until his death in 1832. Abraham had at least one son James living in Fredericksburgh abt. 1830. Also found, Dorland Losee living in Adolphustown, Benjamin Losee of Ernestown. There is also a Joseph Losee living in (Bath) Ernestown from abt. 1808 - 1840. Have you come across any of these names?
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