Here is the address:

If it doesn't work for you, go to  When the menu page comes up, scroll down to photographs,  on next menu choose old family photos, and you will find what Mary Jarvis posted under Crozier.

I'm just getting back to my computer after a 10 day break. I've given myself a membership in the Ontario Genealogical Society, have renewed my ancestry world membership, and continue on myheritage. Winter is the best time to search ( easier to block out other distractions), so I am starting out the new year feeling hopeful.

Happy New Year to you. Happy hunting for the 'lost leaves" on your tree.

I lost one of my research mainstays in Ontario when he died suddenly Nov 21. He was elderly but still very active. I went to a distant cousin's funeral in Barrhead AB as I had agreed to with him before he died. There, I met a cousin, Dr. Rex (Betty) Boake, from Edmonton. Later, when I spoke with Bill Stutchbury, the new widower, he told me that Howard Stutchbury, his Dad's Dad had founded the Alberta Safety Council, was a coal commissioner for Alberta, and one of the founders of the Alberta Music Festival. I'm related on Bill's mother's side (Margaret Boake). I'm always surprised at what I learn, aren't you? (This line is descended from Rebecca Cooper, a sister of the Mary Ann Cooper I tell you about below.)

I think I mentioned, when you were here, that there were some Croziers on my family tree. I looked them up and don't have extra particulars for you, but descended from Matthew Cooper and Susan Molyneux (my 2x gr grandparents)are :

Last child, Mary Ann (1864 - 1945) married Bartholomew James Boake (1854 - 1928) 26 July 1882 at Cookstown ON.

Their daughter Matilda Myrtle Boake (1 Nov 1888 -  - ) married Wilbert Clarence Snider (1886 - 11 Mar 1971) on 5 June 1912 in Downsview ON. They farmed in the Elia area and when they retired to Weston, their eldest son, Melville continued to work the farm. They had 6 children.

The eldest, Charlotte Ann Snider ( 25 July 1913) married Thomas Eugene Crozier on 10 December 1936 in Toronto ON. Their children are: Mary-lou Jean Crozier b. 25 Aug 1938; Thomas Vernon Crozier b. 9 April 1940; James Charles Crozier b. 10 July 1944; David Bruce Crozier b. 12 Dec 1948 and Ruth Anne Crozier b. 13 May 1950.

If I count correctly, the above are my 3rd cousins. A little is recorded on the next two generations. If you find that you need this info, I can look a little farther. Woodstock, Downsview, Orangeville are place names that I see. The family tree I'm quoting was finished in 1974.

Now, I must get some lunch, get outside, and then study the Ontario Genealogical Society (OGS) site and the Simcoe County Site to see what they have to offer me.


On 2018-12-29 6:04 a.m., Jim McKane via CoTyroneList wrote:
Old Family Photographs - added John & Joseph Crozier; Catherine McIvor; Patrick & Margaret Ann (nee Crozier); James Francis Mallon

Thanks to Mary Jarvis for another great addition to CTI!

Jim McKane
South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario

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