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Location: Ontario, Canada
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Latest Activity: Jul 25, 2017

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Cope, Carson and Smith

Started by Perileen Smith Jul 22, 2017.

Emma Amelia Schultz 9 Replies

Started by Jo Saunders. Last reply by Jo Saunders Oct 4, 2016.

Confused...DUBE from Canada possible two families at the same time? 5 Replies

Started by Michelle Gimelberg. Last reply by Michelle Gimelberg Apr 30, 2015.

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Comment by Al (alpobc) on September 23, 2016 at 6:00pm


They might not have arrived in NB. They might have gone through Halifax, Quebec, New York or one of the Pennsylvania ports.

Comment by Daniel M. Bell on September 23, 2016 at 11:05am
Al, I have and they have wonderful information. I have Anglican records for births, baptisms, mairages and deaths, from most of the eleven children. I know Mary Jane died while living with her daughter in Nortwest St. John NB, I have pictures of their grave stone which also has two of the children buried with them. I have copies of John Bells land grants etc. I just cannot find out when he arrived. I have searched at least a couple hundred ship manifests from Ireland and arrivals at NB Canada. Its not for lack of trying... Thanks for your suggestions. That is why I use forums. My 23 and me DNA test only told me so much. Daniel
Comment by Al (alpobc) on September 23, 2016 at 9:22am

Daniel M. Bell;

Have to looked on the Canadian and New Brunswick Censuses? Check out New Brunswick's Vital Stats site

Comment by Daniel M. Bell on September 23, 2016 at 4:37am

Hello, Looking for any information on my GG Grandparents John (b.1814-1881)and Mary Jane Bell (b. Logan 1831 -1905) of St. George Parish NB Canada, They were married, lived, raised eleven children, and are buried in the st George rural cemetery. 

Comment by john armstrong on October 3, 2015 at 1:07pm

still looking for hannad armstrong 1875 bron died ? may be in simcoe co may be

Comment by Linda LaFrancois Christensen on October 3, 2015 at 7:38am

Hello everyone, my name is Linda Christensen, from Preston, CT, USA.  I am taking a Social Media class and it was suggested that we join some of the sites that we are interested in.   I am working through the Lefrancois line -  my grandfather was from St. Zenon, Ontario and we also follow my grandmother, Agnes Boisvert.  Can't wait to see what I can find.  

Comment by Michel Rivard on January 6, 2015 at 2:47pm

I could use some help locating census info for 1851 on John and Nancy (Parks) Livingston(e). They had one son, Freeman b. 1844 and possibly another, David b. 1854. I have been able to locate Freeman from 1861 on. But no info on his parents. I believe they may have been living in Prince Edward Co. area of Ontario.. Any additional info or leads for this couple would be welcome.

Comment by john armstrong on October 9, 2014 at 11:10am

looking for muir Armstrong  in simcoe co. Ontario Canada from 1775 to 2014

Comment by Linda Berry on August 31, 2014 at 4:43pm

i'm looking for info on the Gagnon family, mostly Quebec, but also Ontario. My Great grandfather, Louis Gagnon, born in Quebec in 1871m immigrated to Onaway Mich {not sure when} married Kate Crivea, also from Quebec, and raised his family there, including my grandmother, Clara Cora Gagnon, who became Cora Peacock.

Comment by Allan Johnson on May 16, 2014 at 7:19pm

I am looking for information on the following people:
Robert Dickey/Dickie and Ann/Annie Garrant, Montreal Québec, Daughter Ellen Eleanor
Ellen Eleanor -
Baptism July 4, 1876, Grace Church of England, Montreal Quebec.

Ann/Annie Garrant may not be the correct spelling. Ellen Elanor was my Great Grandmother. Ellen Eleanor married Thomas Malcolm in 6/2/1875 in Winnipeg,MB. Thank You,ASJ

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