Rebellion of 1837 divides the Talbot settlement. Those
who supported the crown and the aristocratic ways of
Thomas Talbot, and those with "reform inclinations."
While Talbot had no love for the provincial government,
the "Family Compact", he saw any act of reform as a transgression
against his beloved Crown and used any means possible
to stop it.
the rebellion didn't have a large immediate impact upon
the Talbot settlement, the reforms put in place following
the rebellion lead to Talbot loosing his settlement powers.