33. Charles Lindsey was born in 1820/21 in Strubby, Lincolnshire. (1841 census shows him aged 20 on 6th June; various Canadian sources refer to his birth in 1820) He was baptized on 5 Oct 1823 in Strubby, Lincolnshire.56 He appeared in the census on 6 Jun 1841 in Strubby, Lincolnshire.65 He emigrated in 1842. (Information on the internet says that he emigrated to Toronto in 1842, became sub-editor of the Toronto "Examiner" in 1846, and in 1852 editor of the Toronto "Leader." In 1867 he was appointed registrar of Toronto. He is the author of "Clergy Reserves: their History and Present Position" (Toronto, 1851); "Prohibitory Liquor Laws: their Practical Operation in the United States" (1855); "Life and Times of William Lyon Mackenzie" (2 vols., Philadelphia and Toronto, 1862); "An Investigation of the Unsettled Boundaries of Ontario" (Toronto, 1873); "Rome in Canada: The Ultramontane Struggle for Supremacy over the Civil Authority" (1877).) He died on 12 Apr 1908 in Toronto, Canada. He immigrated. He emigrated in 1842 to Canada. Was noted for his work as an author, journalist and politician.