As the crisis approached he desired to return to his own home in Brantford.
The writ was specially directed to the sheriff at Toronto, the sheriff at Brantford and the jail keeper at Brantford.
He lies buried in Brantford, Ontario, the town of his birth.
After the final discussion by the corporation of subscribers in Brantford in 1864, the vote for removal was unanimous.
Waterford is immediately south of Brantford, in the adjoining county of Norfolk.
The writ was specially directed to the sheriff at Toronto, the sheriff at Brantford and the jail-keeper at Brantford.
Accordingly his father and mother sailed with him to the town of Brantford in Canada.
A monument was erected to his memory at Brantford, Ontario, Canada (named in his honour) in 1886.
The works are near completion, and a steamboat, the Brantford, plies regularly in summer.