Sources
1. History of the County of Middlesex, Canada; W.A. & C.I Goodspeed, publishers; 1880 - p. 937
2. WWI Draft Registration Card, John M. Day, dated 1 june 1917

WWI Draft Registration Card: John Alonzo Moule, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI
3. 1983 Christmas Photo (from Barbara Mc Pheters)
4. New York Times edtion of 26 Oct 1989 - Obituary Notices
5. Ontario, Canada Marriages 1857-1924. Data base on Ancestry.com. Contains images of original records.
File: Catherine Amelia Moule Marriage.jpeg
6. Letter from Beatrice Fisher Moule dated 17 Nov 1969.
7. Will of Elizabeth Moule, Spinster of Royston, written 25 April 1820, Probated 18 July 1823.
8. Will of Mercy Farr of Bassingbourne 1815-1816. PRO B11/1584.
9. Elizabeth P. Bentley, Passenger Arrivals at the Port of New York, 1830-1832, From Customs Passenger Lists. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.. 2000) p 714.
10. E-mail from Beth Moulton 10 Nov 3003
11. Ontario Deaths Index on Ancestry.com. Cited in an e-mail from Chris Pigott, Potts Point, N. S. W. dated 3 Dec 2008
12. California Death Index - Rootsweb
13. Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962. FamilySearch on line index. Film 877902.
14. Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997. FamilySearch on line Index
15. Ohio Marriages, 1800-1958. FamilySearch on line index. Film 886219, p. 349.
16. British Columbia Cemetery Findin Aid
17. Social Security Administration Death Index (SSDI)
18. Letter from Dick Moule dated 5 April 1993.
19. E-mail from Karen Wilson, grand daughter of Pat Newell, dated 12 Jan 2011.
20. Cameron, Rev. C.J. : The Life Story of Rev. O. C. S. Wallace. Toronto. c1936. (Located in the Canadian Baptist Archives, Hamilton, Ontario)

Cameron, Rev. C. J.: The Life Story of Rev OCS Wallace. Standard Publishing Company. Toronto. nd copy furnished by the Canadian Baptist Archives
21. The McMaster University Monthly, Nov. 1905, p49 et. seq.
22. Photocopy of a letter to the editor from "W" c1942. Furnished by the Canadian Baptist Archives at McMaster University without a reference or date.

From context, this appears to be a periodical publication of McMaster University. Lengthy letter. Author knows the family extremely well. My guess is that the "W" stands for Wells.
23. McMaster University Monthly Oct 1902 p1. et seq

McMaster University Monthly Mar 1919, p. 290
24. Obituary notice, H. C. Dixon, Glencoe (Ontario) Transcript, 9 March 1905
25. Interview with Great Aunts Marion Moule and Margaret Myles 23 Nov 1969.
26. Letter from Hugh Dixon, Calgary, Alberta, dated 3 Dec 1995.
27. 1850 census, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI— family of John Day.

1850 census, Green Bay, Brown Co., WI—family of Michael Hogarty.

1850 census Green Bay, Brown Co., WI—family of Byron Winnegar

1850 census Green bay, Brown Co., WI—family of Lewis Day
28. Beaver Island History - (Helen Collar Biographical Papers, Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University.)
29. Death Record -Catherine Day - photocopy in my possession. Sent by Mark Martinson.
30. Clipping of a death notice from a local Green Bay, WI newpaper issue of January 1867. Sent to me by Barbara McPheters.
31. Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, Wisconsin Vital Record Index, pre-1907. On line data base on Ancestry.com
32. findagrave.com
33. Illinois State Death Index, on-line data base of the Illinois State Archives.
34. Bella French Swisher, American Sketch Book, Volume III,: History of Brown County p. 121.
35. Deborah Beaumont Martin, History of Brown County, Wisconsin past and present, Volume 1 (S. J. Clark Publishing Company) [Google Books] p. 270.
36. Ibid. p. 288.
37. Ibid. p. 189.
38. John Hogarty
Notes by his grand daughter, Mary Ann Pew-Cornish

"My grandfather, John Hogarty, was born in 1796, I think in the east central part of Ireland, near Dublin. When 14 years old, he was celebrating St. Patrick's Day with other boys in the village when the press gang, a company of British soldiers, sur ounded them and forced them into the army. As he was too young and too small to be put in the ranks as a soldier, he was put into the band and also made an officer's valet. He never saw his father nor his mother nor his home again.

"Like all those of true Irish blood at that time he had an inate hatred for the British; moreover, he had never enlisted and since he hated the army life he determined to escape. In 1813, after 3 years in the British Army, he succeeded in his 3rd at empt and reached an American vessel engaged in the War of 1812. He entered the American Army against the British and again served in the band.

"He was with Commodore Perry at the Battle of Lake Erie and after the American victory on September 10, 1813 at Put In Bay when the British officers marched by to surrender their swords, his old Colonel saw him and exclaimed, 'Ah, John, I never thought you'd leave me that way'.

"He had some interesting experiences as he traveled through Europe with the British Army during its campaigns against Napoleon. On one instance while in Russia he was out with a foraging party looking fo food. They came to a house and asked for something to eat. The woman set food on the table, but no knives or forks, and when the men asked for them she said, 'Fingers were made before forks!' and she swept the food away. The poor hungry soldiers had to look elsewhere.

"After the close of the war of 1812 he settled at Sacketts Harbor, New York and married Catharine Delaney.

"My mother Ann, the oldest of the family, was born there in 1823. There were two other daughters: Catharine (Mrs. John Day) and Mary (Mrs. Byron Winnegar) and three sons: Michael, Edward, and John. Edward was the father of John Hogarty, Chauncy Olcott's manager for 25 years. John was drowned at 14 years at Green Bay, Wisconsin, whither they had moved some time after my mother's birth. My grandfather died there in 1844, the year I was born.

"I have heard my mother say that he was a handsome man resembling the picture of Noah Webster in a book we had called 'Lives of Eminent Men'.

(This came to me from Aunt Catharine Mace, who got it from her mother, Gertrude Moule. There is no date, but it is probably written in the 1920's or 1930's.)
39. Letter from Ann Pigget Drought to Emma Somerville dated 27 Jan 1872
40. Discharge Certificate, John Hogarty, dated 9 Jan 1819. National Archives photocopy sent by Mark Martinson.
41. BLM land records downloaded from the BLM web site.
42. Returns from Military Posts 1806-1916. Data base on Ancestry.com.
43. Genealogical Journal of Jefferson County, New York, March 1995 and September 1995 issues
44. Bella French Swisher, American Sketch Book, Volume III,: History of Brown County p. 37.
45. Deborah Beaumont Martin, History of Brown County, Wisconsin past and present, Volume 1 (S. J. Clark Publishing Company) [Google Books] p. 299.
46. Collections of the Sate Historical Society of Wisconsin, Volume 12 p. 465.
47. Photocopy of John Hogarty’s birth certificate. Sent by Mark Martinson.
48. Obituary ,John E. Hogarty, New York times issue of 1 June 1926. (Sent by Merk Martinson)
49. Obituary, Maribel Seymore Hogarty, beloved wife of John E. Hograrty, New York Times issue of 24 Sep 1921
50. Milwaukee city directories cited by Mark Martinson.
51. Syracuse [NY] Journal issue of 13 Dec 1913 p.2. (Sent by Mark Martinson.)
52. Notes attached to death notice of Catherine Delaney Hogarty. Received from Barbara McPheters.
53. Death Record - Michael Hogarty - Milwaukee WI pg. 200. reel 83. Image 690. Submitted by Mark Martinson.
54. Never married.11
55. National Cemetery Administration, Nationwide Gravesite Locator. (Ancestry.com on-line data base.)
56. Civil War data base on Ancestry.com
57. Family Group Sheets from Mark Martinson dated 14 Apr 95.
58. Family history compiled by Dorothy Maitland Sanders dated Sept 1974
59. Menomenee Evening Leader. December 1899.
60. Letters from William S. Crosby dated 25 Jan 1974 and 10 jan 1974
61. Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997. FamilySearch on line Index Film 1977543, item 1, p. 418.
62. 1910 Census Miracode Index. On-line data base on Ancestry.com.
63. Web site of the Chapman Family Association. Records collected by the DAR.
64. Membership list posted by Sherida Edleman on FamilyTracker.com. Downloaded on 19 Oct 2005.
65. Cemetery Inscriptions of Lorain Co., Ohio (1980)
66. Papers of Manley Axtell Moule, found in the trash after his death and sent to me by an unrelated genealogist.
67. GEDCOM file G219 in the Ancestry on line data base. Submitted by Crutcherr@aol.com
68. Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962. FamilySearch on line index. Film #877901.
69. Letter from Margaret P. Stevenson. no date. c1974. Answers specific questions and corrects data I sent to her.
70. e-mail from Steve Goldenberg 9 Dec 01.
71. Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962. FamilySearch on line index.
72. Ohio Deaths and Burials, 1854-1997. FamilySearch on line Index Film 2022520.
73. Ibid. Film 1984846.
74. Date from tombstone, St. Peter’s Cemetery, London, Ontario, Canada
75. R.C. Register of Bapt.'s, M's, and Interments for Col. Talbot's Settlement.
76. Obituary notice - Mrs. J. Scanlan London Free Press 15 March 1909.
77. Obituary notice, Susannah Smyth. London Times. 9 Oct 1846
78. Family records cited in an e-mail from John O’Grady dated 22 apr 2005. Mr. O’Grady is a descendant of Henry Piggot Drought’s brother, William.
79. Obituary in the Moose Jaw [Saskatchewan] News issue of 4 Apr 1884 - repeating a news item from another paper, probably London, Ont.
80. Death Duty Register of Adams Moule late of Whaddon, probate 5 July 1806. National Archives Catalogue Reference: IR/26/332. Image Reference: 19.
81. Certified copy of an Entry of Death #HD 198567 for Adam Moule, County of Cambridge, District of Melbourn.
82. Notice in The Bury and Norwich Post, and East Anglican (Bury St. Edmonds, England) issue of Wednesday 5 May 1841
83. Bassingbourne Parish Register Transcripts. From the CFHS.
84. British & Foreign Bible Society; MDCCCXII. with an Appendix and a list of Subscribers and Benefactors (London: 1813) [Google Books]
85. Records of the Bassingbourne and Litlington Independent Chapel in the District of Royston possessed by the Cambridge Family History Society
86. Will of Stephen Hughes Moule of Kneesworth, Cambridgeshire made 1 Jan 1846, proved 8 March 1854. Photostatic copy in my possession.
87. 1851 Census of Kneesworth, Cambridgeshire, England. Genealogical Society roll #26139, pt 43, page 241 et. seq.

Stephen Hughes Moule Head 40 (1) born Kneesworth
Eliza Wife 42 " Herts, Hertford
Julia Eliza Scholar at home 13 " Kneesworth
Augusta Emma " 10
88. Letter to G. R. Moule from J. M. Farrar, Cambridgeshire County Archivist, dated 22 April 1985.

Mary Moule owned property in Bassingourne from 1807.
William Moule owned property there from 1819.
Death of a tenant, Thomas Moule, is noted in 1808. But his death is not in parixh registers.

No record of Stephen Hughes Moule owning property.

No record of a marriage of Thomas Moule to Sarah Adams found in index to Cambridge marriages which is thought to be complete from 1780 to 1810. May be in Herts.

No record of baptism of John Moule or Stephen Hughes Moule, found in parish registers.

Marriage of Stephen Hughes Moule to Eliza Docwra 12 Sep 1835 at Bassingbourn found.
89. Birth certificate of Augusta Moule provided by the General Register Office, Somerset House. (Photocopy of original entry.)

Born: 2 Apr 1840
Name: Augusta Emma
Sex: girl
Name of Father: Stephen Hughes Moule
Name of Mother: Eliza Moule formerly Dociora (Docwra??)
Occupation of Father: Miller and Farmer
Informant: Eliza Moule, mother, Kneesworth
When registered: 25 April 1840
90. Death Certificate of Stephen Hughes Moule
91. Royston, Herts Birth Registry records- cited in a letter from Tim Moule of Cambridge, England dated 2 Aug 1985
92. Marriage Announcements in The Medical Times and Gazette Vol 1 for 1870. (London:John Churchill & Sons, 1870)
93. Ibid. Issue of May 7, 1870 p 513.
94. 1881 British Census posted on www.familysearch.org
95. England & Wales, Free BMD Birth Index, 1837-1915. Data base on Ancestry.com
96. England & Wales Death Index, 1916-2007. Data base on Ancestry.com
97. Memorial Card for Capt. Malvern L. Davies. Sent by Isabel Davies.
98. E-mail from Mary Waite 20 Aug 2011.
99. Memorandum prepared by Reid Sellers Moule, dated 13 Sept 1965.
100. Letter from Suzy Moule Hettrick dated 29 Aug 1995.
101. 1986 Christmas photo (from Barbara McPheters)
102. Will of Elizbeth Docwra, widow, of Kneesworth, Cambs, dated 17 Nov 1842, proved at London 18 Nov 1843. Abstract furnished by Anne Nichols in an e-mail dated 9 Oct 2003.
103. England & Wales Christening Records 1530-1906. Database on Ancestry,com
104. E-mails from Enid O”Toole dated 4 May and 31 Aug 2007
105. 1901 Canadian Census, District of Yale and Cariboo. Sent by Enid O’Toole.
106. Message from Marie-Therese Kirsch.
107. London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921 on Ancestry.com. Have photocopy of Parish Record.
108. Posting on Rootsweb by Bruce E. Andrews, citing: Bernard Burke, Burke's Irish Family Records (1979)
109. Deborah Beaumont Martin, History of Brown County, Wisconsin past and present, Volume 1 (S. J. Clark Publishing Company) [Google Books] p.189.
110. WWI Draft Registration Card, Clarence Eugene Day, Milwaukee, WI
111. Whaddon Parish Registers. Transcribed by ____.
112. From the IGI. Original record should be obtained..
113. Will of Stephen Moule of Safron Walden, Essex. PRO B11/1889.
114. Cambridge Burial Index 1801-37. On the web site of the Cambridge Family History Society.
115. Essex Archives Online. Have photocopy of receipt.
116. Will of Stephen Moule of Saffron Walden proved 2 Jan 1838. PRO B11/1889.
117. Burial Records of Zion Chapel, Last Lane, Dover, Kent from Parish Records on FindMyPast. Sent by Source Y.
118. England Marriages 1538-1973. Data base on FamilySearch.com.
119. Will of Thomas Moule of Dover, Kent. PROB11/1760
120. Death notice in The London Times issue of 20 Nov 1839.
121. Parish Church of St. Peter & St. Pau, Bassingbourn,; Record of Graves, Wall Tablets, and Floor Slabs. (Chart drawn by local Historian Alan Bullwinkle in 1986. This format: Rich Burley - Jan 2007. (From Source Y.)
122. Marriage notice in the Bury & Norwich Post issue of 25 Aug 1830.
123. James C. Moule, John Moule and Katie Scanlan. (Albuquerque: self published, 1995) p. 146.
124. Photo of Robert Moule tombstone in Cemetery at Whaddon.
125. England Births and Christenings 1538-1975. Data base on FamilySearch. Adams Cole Moule.
126. Death Record John Moule 1838. Certified copy in my possession.
127. Bunhill Burial Ground records. PRO RG4/3999.
128. Parish Register of St. Botolph, Bishopsgate, London. Have photocopy.
129. Moule Sarah of Sun Street burial 1835. listed on PRO RG4/3999.
130. London Births. Have photocopy PRO RG4/4663.
131. England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 [database on-line]. Ancestry.com,
132. London Births. Have photocopy PRO RG4/4662.
133. FreeBMD Death Index
134. Probate records on Ancestry.com
135. Dr. Williamson’s Library; Nonconformist Registers; 1805. LDS film Number 815997
136. FreeBMD Death Index at age 70. Vol 3b page 304.
137. England Births and Christenings 1538-1975. Data base on FamilySearch.
138. Whaddon Monumental Inscriptions recorded by Alan Bullwinkle and Margaret Wilson for the Cambridgeshire Family History Society (1993)
139. England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations),1861-1941 database on-line at Ancestry.com
140. Stephen Cole Moule Trustees Empowering Act of 1904.
141. Whaddon Parish Registers. Searched by J. M. Farrar, Cambridge County Archivist in October 1969.
142. 1841 Census
143. Will of John Moule
144. London Births. Have photocopy PRO RG4/4664.
145. London Burials. PRO RG4/4000. Have photocopy.
146. London Births. Have photocopy
147. London Burials. PRO RG$/3995. Have photocopy.
148. Will of Elizabeth Livett, spinster, of Willingham, Cambridgeshire 18__.
149. Will of John Livett of the parish of St. Georges, Hanover Square made 1788 proved 1791
150. Livett burial records from FMP.
151. James Grieve Livett birth record. PRO RG 5/5. Have photocopy.
152. Connecticut Death Index 1949-2001
153. Elizabeth P. Bentley, Passenger Arrivals at the Port of New York, 1830-1832, From Customs Passenger Lists. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.. 2000)
154. 1851 census Robert Moule, Whaddon.
155. WWI Draft Registration Card, Adams Minot Moule
156. Greater Hartford Directory, 1952. (images on Ancestry.com)
157. Connecticut Death Index 1949-2001 Marion Herberger.
158. Tombstone photo on Findagrave.com
159. Connecticut Divorce Index, 1958-1997. Connecticut Department of Health.
160. Obituary of Richard W. “Dick” Hyde. Journal Inquirer (Manchester, CT) issue of 1 Sept 2004
161. Obituary of Helen (Hyde) McKinney. The Hartford Courant issue of 26 April 2003
162. Obituary of Robert W. Hyde, Sr.. The Hartford Courant issue of 14 Aug 2008
163. Obituary of John Bradford Spencer. Published in Hartford, CT 3 Nov 2013
164. Social Security Applications and Claims Index
165. Obituary of Shirley Webb Moule. Hartford Courant 17 April 2009.
166. Obituary of Dorothy B. Moule. Hartford Courant issue of 29 Jan 2014
167. Obituary of Hazel Westcott Moule. Hartford Courant. 16 Sept 2000.
168. Connecticut Marriage Index 1959-2001
169. Obituary of Richard W. “Dick” Hyde. The Hartford Courant issue of 1 Sept 2004
170. Notes from conversation with Dad on 9 Sep 1969, corrected by Aunt Catharine
171. Ontario, Toronto Trust Cemeteries 1826-1989. Data base with images. FamilySearch
172. Will of Stephen Hagger of Little Chrishill, Essex made 29 July 1805, proved 1807. Essex Archives Online.
173. Will of Elizabeth Moule of Royston, Cambridgeshire dated 12 July 1806 and proved 13 July 1808. Essex Records Online.
174. Will of Elizabeth Hagger of Little Chrishill, County of Essex, widow, made 7 Sept 1807 and proved at London 26 March 1812.
175. Will of John Newling of Royston, County of Cambridge. Made 10 December 1764. Essex Archives Online.
176. Administration of the estate of Elizabeth Moule of Royston, proved 1 Aug 1808. Essex Archives Online.