Benjamin STREET, R.N. and Helen FOGO
Liverpool, England to March Township, Upper Canada in 1824

New July 24, 2003:
Thanks to Gail Martin who has done a lot of research on many families, including the
family of Benjamin Street, R.N. 

Benjamin Street was one of the pioneers in March Township, an early neighbourhood
noted for it's genteel atmosphere. Gail has later generations, more details and 
information about the Street family. See for example below, also dated July 24, 2003,
for Benjamin Street's naval history.

Descendants of Benjamin Street R.N.
			
	1  	Benjamin Street R.N.	1773 - 1838
.		+Helen Fogo	1798 - 1863
........	2  	Bridget Loughman Street	1815 - 1848
............		+Duncan MacNab	1779 - 1849
...................	3  	George Henry MacNab	1834 -
...................	3  	Donald Benjamin MacNab	1840 -
...................	3  	Charles Robert Stephen MacNab	1842 - 1933
.......................		+Frances Amelia Monk	1832 - 1915
..............................	4  	Amy MacNab	
..............................	4  	Frances Anita MacNab	1880 -
...................	3  	Alexander James MacNab	1843 - 1929
.......................		+Fannie Price	1850 - 1887
..............................	4  	Alexander James MacNab	
..............................	4  	Olivia MacNab	1870 -
..................................		+Hiram Green Redwine	1869 - 1963
..............................	4  	Elizabeth MacNab	1871 -
..................................		+Guy Edwards	1872 -
..............................	4  	Frances M. MacNab	1873 - 1964
..................................		+Henry Clinton Collins	1862 - 1935
..............................	4  	Mary (Maime) MacNab	1875 -
..................................		+Neil Boyd	
..............................	4  	Francis Albert MacNab	1876 -
..................................		+Mary L.	1884 -
..............................	4  	Charles Stewart MacNab	1880 -
..................................		+Mary T.	1869 -
..............................	4  	Maude Corinne MacNab	1883 - 1974
	
..............................		*2nd Husband of Maude Corinne MacNab:	
..................................		+Franklin P Jackson	1877 -
..............................	4  	Elizabeth Christine MacNab	1887 - 1981
..................................		+Ambrose Emery	1883 - 1945
...................		*2nd Wife of Alexander James MacNab:	
.......................		+Lucy Saunders	1850 -
...................	3  	Francis Albert Lewis MacNab MD	1847 - 1872
........	2  	Benjamin Southam Street	1816 - 1891
........	2  	John George Street	1820 - 1902
............		+Alicia Laurence Greene	- 1898
...................	3  	Benjamin Godfrey Street	1850 - 1919
.......................		+Ruby Genevieve Rainboth	- 1917
...................	3  	John George Street	1852 - 1871
...................	3  	Robert Young Street	1855 - 1904
.......................		+Ida Colvin	
...................	3  	Elizabeth Street	1857 - 1929
.......................		+Arthur Peacock Johnson	1852 - 1924
..............................	4  	Arthur George Bronson Johnson	
..................................		+Edna Brouse	- 1956
..............................	4  	Earle Johnson	
	
..................................		+Arthur Massey Berry	1881 - 1970
..............................	4  	Olive Johnson	
..................................		+Athol Choate Wright	1879 - 1941
..............................	4  	Gladys C. Johnson	1888 - 1889
..............................	4  	Geoffrey Allan Johnson	1889 - 1969
...................	3  	Helen (Daisy) Street	1861 - 1948
...................	3  	William Henry Street	1863 - 1919
.......................		+Alice Millar	- 1927
...................	3  	Matilda Street	1866 - 1920
.......................		+James Hooper	1840 - 1916
..............................	4  	Daisy Hooper	1899 - 1990
..................................		+Ezra A. Baker	1893 -
..............................		*2nd Husband of Daisy Hooper:	
..................................		+LIVING	
..............................	4  	William Harry Hooper	1903 - 1972
...................	3  	Ida Mary Street	1870 - 1957
.......................		+Frederick Augustus Heney	1870 - 1946
........	2  	Helen Street	1822 - 1856
............		+John Bower Lewis	1817 - 1874
...................	3  	Bower Lewis	
...................	3  	Lewis	
...................	3  	Lewis	
...................	3  	Lewis	
...................	3  	Olivia Henrietta Lewis	1849 -
.......................		+King Barton Hunter MD	1846 -
..............................	4  	Allison Hunter	
..................................		+V.V. Vogel	
..............................	4  	Alice Sarah Hunter	1870 -
..............................	4  	Augusta "Gussie" Hunter	1872 -
..............................	4  	King Barton Hunter	1873 -
..................................		+Jane Blakely	1884 -
..............................	4  	Ethel "Etha" Olivia Hunter	1875 -
..............................	4  	Anna Hunter	1879 -
...................	3  	William Henry Lewis	1851 -
.......................		+Naomi Loucke	1849 -
........	2  	Street	1824 -
........	2  	Elizabeth Street	1826 -
............		+Zachariah Wilson	1819 -
...................	3  	Olivia Rebecca Wilson	1853 - 1924
.......................		+Godfrey Benning Greene	1852 - 1911
...................	3  	Alfred Edwin Wilson	1857 -
.......................		+Anne Wilson Couthard	
...................	3  	Augusta Wilson	1862 -
.......................		+Henry Carleton Monk	1860 -
...................	3  	Alice Maude Wilson	1865 -
.......................		+J. Charles Brennan	
........	2  	Olivia Street	1828 - 1833
........	2  	Matilda Street	1830 - 1830
........	2  	Frederick Henry MacNab Street	1832 - 1862
............		+Sarah Jane Butler	1843 - 1880
...................	3  	Henry Street	1863 - 1882
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Thanks to Gail Martin for this history of Captain Street's naval career.
(Gail has more)

July 24, 2003:
"He was given the Freedom of the City of Liverpool and the Freedom of the City of Plymouth 
for his exploits during the Napoleonic Wars."

Following is a memorandum of his naval service, taken from PRO ADM 9/4 28303

Rank                Ship                      Commander                         Station                       Entry               Discharge
SB                  Revolution            Capt. Jas. Cummings        Channel               5.11.1793               Apr 1794
SB                  Royal William      Adm. Sir Peter Parker        Spithead                Apr 1794             1.9.1794
Midshipman   Perdison                Capt. Jas. Almi(?)             North Sea             1.9 .1794                Feb. 1795
Midshipman       ?                        Lieut. Wm. Elliott                   St. Marcois &      Feb 1795                Paid off
Jersey
Midshipman   Amethyst              Capt. A. Fleck                   Channel                Oc t 1795        wrecked 28.10.1795
Supery            Diamond               Capt. Sir Lionel Smith       Isles St. Marcois  Dec 1 795               Mar 1796
Supery           Royal William        Adm. Sir P. Parker &        Spithead                Ma r 1796             Sept 1796
                                                      Capt. Francis Pickmore
Midshipman  L'Oiseau                 Capt. G.H. Stevens          Cape of Good Hope  Sept. 179 6       promoted
Actg. Lieut.        L'Oiseau                Capt. Chas. Brisbane       Rio de la Plata         J an 1797              May 1797
Actg Lieut.         Tremendous           Adm. Thos. Pringle &      Cape of Good Hope  May 179 7       13.12.1797
                                                     Capt. G.H. Stevens
Actg Lieut.         Star (Sloop)           Capt. Jno. Gardiner          Cape of Good Hope  13.12 .1797       11.6.1801
 Isle of France &
 Rio de la Plata
Lieut.                 Lancaster                Adm. Sir Roger Curtis      Cape of Good Hope   1 1.6.1801         1.9.1802
                                                     & Capt. Thos. Larson
Lieut.                 Emma                              (see note)                    (see note )                1.9.1802            Mar 1803
Note: during this time Street was a Lieut. and agent of transport, responsible for transporting 
troops and stores from the Cape of Good Hope to Europe and the colony being restored to the Dutch.
Lieut.                Impl. Service            Capt. Robt. Forbes          Liverpool                   Mar 1803          May 1803
Lieut.                     ?                                 self                             Channel                      May 1803       16.10.1804
Lieut.                Staunch                           self                      Channel, West Indies,       17.10.1804        14.9.1810
                                                                              Rio de Janiero , Rio de la Plata,
                                                                              Cape of Good Hope, Isles of
                                                                              France, Bourbon & Madagascar
Actg Post Capt.  Africaine          Adm. Bertie & self         S. France & Bourbon    14.9.18 10        18.12.1810
Actg Commdr.    Emma (sloop)          self                          South France                 18.12.1810      4.10.1811
                           Command ship
Commdr.            Carp (sloop)      Sir Rourke    4.3.1812

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