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John Peter Inglehart was born in Pennsylvania in 1791.The family emigrated  to Canada as United Empire Loyalists around 1799, coming with about twenty  other families, the Bouslows,Vandezers,Clines, Fishers, and others to the  Niagara Peninsula where they drew land and made their homes.John Peter at that  time was about nine years old. The family came by ox team. John Peter walked  part of the way, holding Elizabeth Fisher`s hand. She was younger. He  afterwards married her in 1818. They settled and lived on what was known as the  New Purchase, later called Trafalgar Township, south of Palermo. Elizabeth`s  father gave her forty acres as a wedding dowry - North half-lot 32, 1st  concession S.D.S. Trafalgar. John Peter drew the south half of the same lot and  did settling duties, boarding with the Hagars while he did the settling  duties.John Peter also served in the War of 1812, and missed the Battle of  Queenston Heights owing to being home on furlough. He drew land in the Township  of St. Vincent`s as a grant to volunteers of 1812.

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