|| Abt 1846 - 1921|
||Caledon, Ontario, Canada
||12 May 1921
||Watford, Ontario, Canada
- The 1851-52 census for Peel County, Ontario, showed her as eight years old at that time so she was born about 1853 or 1854. Her cemetery marker shows her born in 1850.
The family lived on a farm at Caledon, Ontario while she was growing up.
Isabella's sister, Dorcas, who had made her home with James and Isabella, stayed with Isabella and the children and continued to do so after Isabella's second marriage.
During the late 1890's, Isabella's sons, Robert and George, returned to the original farm at Watford, Ontario that had been willed to them at their father's death.
Around 1906, Robert and Isabella went to Ontario, stayed with her son, George, for two years, then returned to Michigan, and rented a farm near Snydersville. Later they moved to Marysville and then to Detroit. They also spent short times with their son, James, and with her daughter, Jamesina, who was Mrs. Charles Kruger.
||Full Stewart Fox Family Tree
||29 Apr 2010 |
||Adam Baird, b. Abt 1796, Antrim, County Antrim, Northern Ireland , d. 15 Apr 1873, Caledon, Ontario, Canada |
||Isabella Hillock, b. Abt 1805, Ireland , d. UNKNOWN, Caledon, Ontario, Canada |
||Robert Fred Stewart, b. 26 Jan 1854, Toronto, Ontario, Canada , d. 29 Dec 1939, Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee |
||02 Jun 1880
||Strathroy, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada
| ||1. James Oscar Stewart, b. 18 Sep 1881, Warwick, Lambton County, Ontario, Canada , d. 18 Apr 1945, Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee |
||12 Mar 2010 |
||Baird: Isabella Baird and Robert Fred Stewart, Watford, Ontario, Canada, about 1908|
||Stewart: Robert Fred Stewart, Isabella Baird, a domestic, and George A. Baird|
This photo was taken in front of the Baird home in Watford, Ontario, Canada. In subsequent years, the house was covered in stucco. I am told this is the Holm farm that was built in 1862.
||Stewart: Robert Fred Stewart and Isabella Baird|
This photo was labeled on the back: Robert Stewart and his wife who was Mrs. Baird. H. L. Smith, Photographer, St. Clair, Mich.