Samuel Frederick Boice

Settler of township lots: Lot 14, Conc. 4, Guilford (Stanhope area)

Location: Map point is the approximate location within this 73 acre irregular,waterfront lot on the west shore of Cranberry Lake bisected by the channel to Pine Lake.

Land acquisition: 1894 from Wesley Boyce. Ontario Land Parcel Register - Guilford (Image 245).

Dates of residency: 

  • 1898 Birth of Son Arthur Bice (1898–1972) West Guilford
  • 1903 Business Directory, Guilford: Frederick Boice, Maple Lake, Lot 14, Conc. 4
  • 1905 Birth of Daughter Viola Bice (1905–1980) Maple Lake
  • 1909 Birth of Daughter Marion (Bessie) Elizabeth Bice (1909–2002) Haliburton
  • 1921 Census of Canada, Parry Sound: Village of Kearney where he died in 1952

Interesting facts: aka Samuel Fredrick Bice (Boice), Samuel Frederick "Fred" Bice

Preceding landowner:

  • 1865 The C .L. & C. Co
  • 1886 Hugh Barnum
  • 1890 Wesley Boyce

Succeeding landowner:

  • 1917 Harry Horsley, North shore of Cranberry Lake
  • 1917 William Clark, South shore of Cranberry Lake

Link to Settlers of Algonquin Highlands family tree

  • Samuel Frederick Boice, b. 02 Mar 1871, Stanhope d. 8 Apr 1952 Kearney Buried: Kearney Knox United Church Cemetery
  • Parents:
    • Isaac Boice, b. 18 Jan 1839, Somerville, Ontario,d. 6 Feb 1914, Dysart, (Age 75 years)
    • Elizabeth Holly Amelia Barjarow, b. 07 Jul 1843, Bexley, Ontario, d. 27 Aug 1917, Haliburton, (Age 74 years
  • Amelia Mary (Emma) Scriver, b. 26 Oct 1971, Frank Bridge, Ontario d. 9 Jun 1952. Kearney

Photo 1: Fred & Amelia Bice. Source: Jeffrey Maass originally shared this on 11 Nov 2011

Photo 3: Samuel Frederick Bice and Emma Scriver. Source: Ancestry.ca johnmar131 originally shared this on 28 Aug 2012


Photo 2: Fred and Emma Bice marriage certificate. Source: Ancestry.ca johnmar131 originally shared this on 28 Aug 2012

Photo 3: Fred and Emma Bice family. Source: Ancestry.ca johnmar131 originally shared this on 28 Aug 2012

Photo 4: Fred and Emma Bice family (older), Source: Ancestry.ca johnmar131 originally shared this on 28 Aug 2012

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