I think some of your information may be incorrect. I found a marriage for a Damase Dube (indexed as Duncan Dube), married to Clothilde BRISSON in 1858, the parents of Mr Dube are different than the other docs I posted. On this one his…"
"There is also a Jean Baptise Dube (appears to be a brother of Demasse, same parents) married in 1856 in Nicolet to Marie Lemire. There are a couple of Jean Baptise Dube who died betweem 1856 & 1861, perhaps Marie was married to Jean first."
"Hi Helen; From Library & Archives Canada;
Given Name(s): H.
Rank: Flight Quartermaster-Sergeant
Regimental or Service Number: 117370
Medal/Honour/Award: MSM - Meritorious Service Medal
Event/Time Period: 1900-1969
Do you have ancestors that were veterans in the Canadian army, air force, or navy? Canadian servicemen and women have served in the Fenian Raids in the 1860’, the Boer War, the First and Second World Wars, and the Korean War.
"I have used geocaching.com (I have a paid membership) to locate someone near a cemetery and then asked them if they would mind taking pictures for someone. It worked out well. The fellow I contacted had no problem with the request and said he may…"
Thank you ever so much, Al. I couldn't find any mention of Wellingore in my World Altas. I am so grateful for your imput. The internet and I are usually at odds with each other, for it knows what to do and I don't know. I get single minded so I never gave it a thought to check in Google Map. I will remember next time I have a wonderment. You people who have been in the business of Genealogy for yrs. are a real Godsend to Newbies, like me. Thank You, Al.
Thank you so much. My only Forbes lineage is Pitt County, North Carolina, Rev. War Lt. Arthur Forbes, Sr., on the Pitt Co. Committee of Secrecy, Intelligence, and Observation. Jim Wooten, former head of FBI counter-intelligence, is also a descendant. Forbes seems to be one of only about twenty Dobbs County (defunct), N.C., men allowed to vote on the acceptence of the U.S. Constitution--he voted against it. Jim The late Joseph M. Law, JOCM, US Navy, my once wonderful boss, was from out West. The Rowan Co., N.C., Clerk of Court office has a classic original 1750's Old German will of Mr. Kline who mentions his six sons: Messrs. Kline, Cline, Klein, Short, Little, and Small.