John G. Maddocks

M, #222, b. 12 March 1871, d. 14 September 1959
Father*John Maddocks b. 22 Jul 1846, d. 2 Sep 1896
Mother*Elizabeth Larbalestier b. 1 May 1851, d. 14 Mar 1930
John G. Maddocks was born on Sunday, 12 March 1871 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, no registration found, and he does not show up on the 1871 Ontario Census. He appeared in the household of John Maddocks on the census of April 1881 at St. Patrick's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He is recorded as: Maddocks, John, male, aged 10, born in Ontario, Church of England religion, of Welsh origin, going to school. John and Eva Wilson, daughter of George Wilson and Charlotte (?) Wilson, were married by Off. C. Alex Williams on Friday, 2 May 1890 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He was 22, born and living in Toronto, bachelor, saddler, Church of England. She was 22, born and living in Toronto, spinster, Methodist. E.T. Lightbourne and Rose Harcourt witnessed the marriage. He appeared as head of the household on the census of 17 April 1891 at St. Stephen's Ward, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He is listed as: Maddock, John, male, age 22, married, head, born Ireland (?), both parents born Ireland (?), Methodist, Harnessmaker, wage earner, able to read and write. Eva Maddocks also appeared in the household. He appeared as head of the household on the census of April 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He is listed as: Maddocks, John, male, white, head, married, born 12 March 1870, age 30, born in Ontario, of English origin, Canadian, Methodist, Harness Maker, employee in a factory, worked for 11 months, earned $400, able to read, write and speak English. Eva Maddocks also appeared in the household. He appeared in the household of Elizabeth Maddocks on the census of 1 June 1911 at 929 Queen Street West, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He is listed as: Maddocks, John, male, son, married, born March 1870, age 41, born in Ontario, English Origin, Canadian, Methodist, employed as a bag maker in a factory, worked for 50 weeks earning $500, had $1,000 in life insurance costing $24/yr, able to read, write, and speak English. He were pallbearers at the burial of Edward James Roberts, on Tuesday, 1 November 1927. On 13 July 1956, John G. Maddocks and Robert George Maddocks were participants in the 135'th Annual Orange Parade in Toronto. They were listed as being perhaps the oldest participants. John died on Monday, 14 September 1959 at 457 Montrose Ave, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 88 years, 6 months and 2 days. He was buried on Thursday, 17 September 1959 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Plot D, Section 17, Lot 13, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.

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Eva Wilson b. 18 Nov 1870, d. 24 Apr 1944
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