Thanks, but they were not there.
I am afraid that any markers on their graves are long gone, and there is no longer any record of them.
Even transcripts of the 1851 census almost always have their surname spelled incorrectly (most commonly Provost).
Thanks for the help.
They are like my Wright's in Durham County. They were Loyalists, and very well documented as being in that county by 1788, but no trace of any of their graves has ever been found, and none of them appear in the 1851 Census (they seem to have been in the part of the Durham County census that was destroyed).
It's funny that my family in Nova Scotia can be tracked back to 1764, and my family in Manitoba can be tracked back to the 1790's, but in Ontario (which supposedly had MUCH better civil and church records), they disappear.
Oh well, that's genealogy for you. I've been trying to find those people for over 40 years now, and have no more accurate information on them then I did back then.
Lynton (Bill) Stewart