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From: "hal morgan" <>
Subject: Re: Upper Canada
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2001 15:25:09 -0700
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Andrew KECK (aka KAAKE, KAACK, CAKE) and his wife Sarah (BENE, BONE, BOONE)
with their family migrated from Quemahoning Twp, Somerset, PA to Vaughn Twp,
York County (Home District), Upper Canada about 1810. He died in Markham
Twp. and is, supposedly buried in the Cober Graveyard with his second wife,
Caroline LEIGHTY.
The children all married IN York County and most lived in Etobicoke Twp. My
direct ancestor, John Conrad KECK with his wife, Barbara MISHLER, moved back
to Indiana (Locke Twp) about 1845.
They seemed to have been associated with Old Order Brethren families but I
find no proof of being members of this church.
If anyone has any information in this regard, I would certainly appreciate
hearing from you.
Andrew's father was Charles William KECK and his mother was Appolonia. He
had two brothers Conrad who migrated to Ohio and Adam who may also have gone
to Canada.
Patricia Morgan

----- Original Message -----
From: "Merle C Rummel" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, March 10, 2001 6:32 AM
Subject: Upper Canada

> I just answered a message to Ralph Tewksbury, and told something that
> others of you might be interested in knowing:
> -the Brethren Church at Vaughn twp York Co. Upper Canada was named: the
> Cober Church -and it continued as an "old order" church till just a couple
> years ago (the building is still there, I understand).
> The Black Creek Pioneer Village (Steele Ave and Jane St -near 400 and 407
> -north Toronto -south of Maple) contains many of our family and community
> original buildings and even one of the churches. Its real nicely
done -and
> well worth seeing. The buildings were moved from their original sites and
> collected as a bigger village than any we had back then.
> Merle C Rummel
> Church Historian
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