what we do know is:Francis Heron born abt 1794in Rathmelton died Apr 1840 Prospect Hill Londonderry James Heron (brother) born about 1796 in Rathmelton died about 1852 Quebec Canadaboth Francis and James came to Canada with the Hudson's Bay co in 1821.Son of Francis: Francis Heron born about 1822 British North America (Canada)Married Mary Ann Heron daughter 2nd of Rev. Matthew and Jane Heron 25 May 1846 in Templemore Mary Ann died Oct 1850 in Taughboyne.Looking for parents of Francis sr. and…See More
"Bruce, I have some information on James Murray- as well as obits and headstones if you are interested. Just as a point of interest James married Elizabeth Holmes (daughter of Dr. John Peacock Holmes and Elizabeth Cocking) and it was their son…"
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"William, I do have some Murray and Anderson headstones from Stonewall if you are interested. Not sure what you are looking for as far as family information is concerned, just leave me a PM message and I will see if I can help.Through the years have…"
I have a friend from The Lord Selkirk Association, Stan Audette, who is a descendent of John Flett and Isabella Murray. I have Murray connections, too. Mary Matheson married Francis Murray. Mary was my great grandfather's sister. I love genealogy and history, too.
Yes, I've seen the Livingston and other gravestone pictures in a few places, findagrave, rootsweb, iowajones.org, etc.
I thought it must have been the article about the church where I saw the list of names but I couldn't find it again.