Dimaline, William, baptism 1806

William Buxton DimalineAge: 76 years18031879

Name
William Buxton Dimaline
Given names
William Buxton
Surname
Dimaline
Birth 1803
Baptism 6 April 1806 (Age 3 years)
Death of a fatherWilliam Dimaline
February 1828 (Age 25 years)
MarriageElizabeth PlaxtonView this family
3 August 1830 (Age 27 years)
Birth of a son
#1
William Dimaline
15 June 1831 (Age 28 years)
Birth of a daughter
#2
Hannah Dimaline
1833 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a son
#3
George Dimaline
1836 (Age 33 years)
Death of a sonGeorge Dimaline
November 1838 (Age 35 years)
Death of a daughterHannah Dimaline
May 1839 (Age 36 years)
Birth of a daughter
#4
Mary Dimaline
1840 (Age 37 years)
Birth of a son
#5
Thomas Dimaline
1840 (Age 37 years)
Death of a daughterMary Dimaline
September 1841 (Age 38 years)
Birth of a son
#6
Isaac Dimaline
11 December 1841 (Age 38 years)
Birth of a daughter
#7
Sarah Dimaline
9 August 1844 (Age 41 years)
Birth of a son
#8
John William Dimaline
9 July 1845 (Age 42 years)
Birth of a son
#9
Joseph Dimaline
1850 (Age 47 years)
Marriage of a childWilliam DimalineJane Ward LawrenceView this family
1852 (Age 49 years)
Death of a motherSarah Audus
June 1855 (Age 52 years)
Residence 1861 (Age 58 years)
William Dimaline & family, census, Oro, 1861
William Dimaline & family, census, Oro, 1861

Note:

William Dimaline, farmer, born England, age 55, Log house, 1 storey, 1 family Elizabeth, England, 53 John, labourer, Upper Canada, 15 Joseph, labourer, Upper Canada, 12

Death 26 May 1879abt 06:00 (Age 76 years)
Cause of death: Hit by train
Note:

Northern Advance - Obituary Thursday May 29, 1879

Killed on the track - on Monday morning about 6 o'clock, and engine on the H & N.W. Railway, while on its way back from Barrie to make up the morning train which starts at 7, ran into a man walking on the track, near Vair's crossing, and who appeared utterly unconscious of the whistles that were given to warn him of danger. When the engine stopped and the man was picked up, he found to be Wm. Demerline, an old farmer, who has been living in Boy's Block for some time past. He was seriously hurt, it seemed, though there were few external marks of injury. Taken to his home the injured man died about 10 o'clock. Dr. Watson held an inquest on the remains in the afternoon, at which a verdict of accidental death was returned, the railway company being exhonerated from all blame in connection with the accident. The evidence showed that the old man - he was 73 years - was out hunting up a stray team of horses, and, being very deaf, it was concluded he did not hear the approaching engine.

Note:

The Examiner, Barrie - Obituary Thursday May 29, 1879

FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. An old man named William Demoline, a long resident of the township of Oro, and recently located in the township of Vespra, was killed by a passing train on the line of the Hamilton & N.W. Railway, near Barrie Station, on Monday morning last. The deceased was severely affected with deafness, and was preceeding the train by some distance on the track, when the engineer first saw him.The engine whistled several times, but, owing to the unfortunate man's deafness, he could not be made to hear, and it was then impossible to stop the train in time to save his life the accident with fatal injuries followed. The body was badly mangled. Coroner Watson held an inquest on the circumstances attending the death...no blame can be attached to the engine driver...

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: 24 November 1801St. Lawrence Priory Church, Snaith, East Yorkshire, England
13 months
elder sister
2 years
himself
2 years
younger sister
5 years
younger brother
Joseph Dimberline
Birth: 1808Cowick, East Yorkshire, England
Death: August 1871Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
3 years
younger sister
Elizabeth Dimaline
Birth: 1810Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
Death: 1812Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
3 years
younger sister
Mary Dimaline
Birth: 1812Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
Death: 1815Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
4 years
younger brother
Isaac Dimaline
Birth: 1815Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
Death: March 1823Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
4 years
younger brother
3 years
younger sister
3 years
younger sister
Williem Demeline & family, census, Oro, 1871Elizabeth Dimaline
Birth: about 1822Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
Death: 23 January 1892Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
5 years
younger brother
Thomas Dimberline
Birth: 1826Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
Death: 27 October 1902Thorne, South Yorkshire, England
3 years
younger brother
Isaac Dimaline
Birth: 1828Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
Death: November 1828Rawcliffe, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
Family with Elizabeth Plaxton - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: 3 August 1830St Lawrence Priory Church, Snaith, East Yorkshire, England
10 months
son
3 years
daughter
Hannah Dimaline
Birth: 1833Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
Death: May 1839Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
4 years
son
George Dimaline
Birth: 1836Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
Death: November 1838Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
5 years
daughter
Mary Dimaline
Birth: 1840Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
Death: September 1841Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
1 year
son
Thomas Dimaline
Birth: 1840Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole, East Yorkshire, England
Death: 4 October 1911Ontario, Canada
23 months
son
3 years
daughter
11 months
son
6 years
son

Death

Northern Advance - Obituary Thursday May 29, 1879

Killed on the track - on Monday morning about 6 o'clock, and engine on the H & N.W. Railway, while on its way back from Barrie to make up the morning train which starts at 7, ran into a man walking on the track, near Vair's crossing, and who appeared utterly unconscious of the whistles that were given to warn him of danger. When the engine stopped and the man was picked up, he found to be Wm. Demerline, an old farmer, who has been living in Boy's Block for some time past. He was seriously hurt, it seemed, though there were few external marks of injury. Taken to his home the injured man died about 10 o'clock. Dr. Watson held an inquest on the remains in the afternoon, at which a verdict of accidental death was returned, the railway company being exhonerated from all blame in connection with the accident. The evidence showed that the old man - he was 73 years - was out hunting up a stray team of horses, and, being very deaf, it was concluded he did not hear the approaching engine.

Death

The Examiner, Barrie - Obituary Thursday May 29, 1879

FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. An old man named William Demoline, a long resident of the township of Oro, and recently located in the township of Vespra, was killed by a passing train on the line of the Hamilton & N.W. Railway, near Barrie Station, on Monday morning last. The deceased was severely affected with deafness, and was preceeding the train by some distance on the track, when the engineer first saw him.The engine whistled several times, but, owing to the unfortunate man's deafness, he could not be made to hear, and it was then impossible to stop the train in time to save his life the accident with fatal injuries followed. The body was badly mangled. Coroner Watson held an inquest on the circumstances attending the death...no blame can be attached to the engine driver...