• Baptized 2 November 1740 - Athens Lc (Lutheran Church)
  • Deceased - Ernestown, Ont, Can.

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Lt. Henry Simmons was one of those granted 200 acres of Can adian land after the Rev. War as a
loyalist.

Henry/Henrich Simmons was a loyalist who volunteered with B ritish forces and was forced out of the colonies/U.S. A Can adian sent me a typescript of the journal he kept on the ma rch to Detroit and on into Canada at the end of the war. Lt . Henry was a member of Jessup's loyal rangers.
Henry Simmons was married to a Bonesteel. He arrived in Can ada October 1777 with Jessops Rangers. He was granted lan d in Prescott, Ontario as a U.E.L.

He settled in Ernestown, built a saw, flour, and feed grai n mill, known as Simmons Mill (since renamed)

Wilton, Ontario (northwest of Kingston, Ont.) and along Wil ton Creek which flowed through his property where he is pre sumed to be buried

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Johann Wilhelm SIMON-SIMMONS /1679-1762 Anna Maria STERNER-MULLER 1685-1740  
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Johannes Wilhelm SIMON-SIMMONS ca 1713- Maria Barbara HONIGEN
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John Henrich SIMON-SIMMONS 1740-