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Do you know if there is any way to clarify one way or the other whether he was the natural child of Noe & Virginie? Lynnette Collard Lyn [email protected], It would be best to see that original church record first if you can.
In most of the censuses he has said he was born in Vermont (in one it says New York), and that his parents were born Canadian.What you sent me is not clear it doesn't appear to be flat right at that part. There is an obituary in The Stanstead Journal which is available from the Stanstead Historical Society. There is a small charge for the obit and I do not know if it will help you or not. Anything that you feel would be helpful in learning more about him and his family.But as it is only a copy there may be more clues in the original. He is a widower and was first married to Florida Langlois. ) Saball, Groton, Massachusetts [email protected], There is considerable information about the Sabol, Saboll, Sabolle and many other spellings of your family name in local records. Those are all the Raymonds that were here at the time of your ancestors that made it into local records. There are pages of them and several Jeans, Jean Baptiste and Jean Pauls but nothing fits and they are not here as early as your requests. The Davis Family was a very large group here in Stanstead and Orleans Co. I have come across a record that I had forgotten about. Many years ago when Peggy and I were scanning the census film, I saved this. CLEAFORD NICHEL , age 92, born Quebec, Religion Prodestant, origin German. I wonder what other censuses he might be listed in. 1949 Massachusetts His father was Louis SABOLLE and was baptized at (Sacred Heart) Missions des Cantons de l'Est 28/05/1839, age de 3 semaines Francois et Adelaide GRAVELLE, journalier du canton de Stanstead Along with SABOLLE, Felix 8/05/1839 age de 2 ans 3 mois SABOLLE Marie-Philomene bapt 11/07/1842 nais 13/06/1842 Alphay, Louis, Cyrus, George, Marie, Alfred, Emma The relative with the Masonic Symbol was Julius G SABALL (jr) b.Robert Colombo [email protected], Please try, is a very large group of folks with that name. Samuel RAYMOND born in 1865 Parents being John RAYMOND born in 1834 and Matilda Gordon born in 1836. Some said he deserted, but much of the story does not match the facts which I have found.The Drouin Collection of records (available by subscription online) may be a help to you if you feel he may of had French roots. I am hoping to find where the families of John and Matilda came from. I believe shortly after he arrived in August of 1814 and after the Treaty in 1815 he may have been given a military land grant.As I am sure you know Robert is a bilingual name Roberts is usually English. Some of her children are born in Sutton, NH and the others are born in Bradford, VT. If I am correct, Laura had a sister, Rosa BUSHAW, who married George's brother Ephraim Mark Collins ABBOTT this is my father's line. In order to assure this information is accurate, I need more proof. I am hoping they tie in with one of the families I traced through Raymond families of New England. In order to find James's true identity prior to leaving the service, I have to search various resources using the most used names over the generations. One family member was told to search the records of the deserters.
There are dozens of them in Vermont of 1790 (census) and a James living in Whitingham, Windham Co. I am unable to find a birth record or marriage record. She had a sister, Mary, who was born in Magoon Point-Georgeville--this shows on her death record. I sure do appreciate anything you can do to help me with any of the Abbott/Mcintire/Bushaw lines. I have traced my great grandfather's family to birth dates in Stanstead, Quebec but that is about as far as I have gotten. A Zebina RAYMOND marrying a Philena DAVIS, father Sampson Davis of Derby, Vermont around 1810 or so. Probably wishful thinking but it would make things a lot easier. Barb Pellett [email protected]'m doing some genealogical research and it appears that I've hit a snag with a family that moved from Vermont to Magog, Canada. The family is of Timothy WADE (or WAID, maybe WAIT, or WAITE) and Sabra STERLING.
Some of their children were born in Canada and some in New Hampshire. about 1810 in Hopkinton, NH (I cannot find any record on him, nor can I find his father, mother or siblings) He married Abigail B. The earliest stone dates from 1818 and the most recent burial is 1974. I do not find a marriage record for the names you asked for. I have really good data for Benjamin down to present day.
Samuel and Catherine had a son, also called Samuel who was born in Hatley in 1816. I am now trying to find my father's heritage; ABBOTT, MCINTIRE, BUSHAW. Susan Nutbrown and I made visits to this cemetery in Sep of 2004, as we did a complete recording of all existing and legible stones. , age: 27yrs Abbott, Hattie, no dates The Stanstead Journal ran this death notice: At his residence, Stanstead, Sept. There are no records of children born to them in the the church records index. I also have really good data for Timothy and Sabra and their ancestors. I can't find any documents linking Benjamin WADE/WAID to the family of Timothy and Sabra.
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The messages below are focused south of the border, but again it seems I have come up against a dead end with Bill.
I am hoping you can help me find information on my family. If you have any ideas where I might look, please let me know. Also from the Journal , Hattie Victoria, only child of Geo. If there is any help you may be able to offer I would greatly appreciate it. I'm not sure when they moved, but it was between 17. ) may have had a child in Canada in 1822 (Timothy), and then returned to the USA.