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"I have ELSON ancestry from Ontario as well. Joshua (Hirham?) ELSON who married Ruby Ann VANDECAR on
8 Feb 1846 - they later separated (abandoned?) and she moved to Michigan with a man named William LOTT. She married LOTT, after…"
"I found a Prince family in Mara, old Ontario County the other day. John and Angel, with Peter, Andrew, George, Eliza and Anne. It interested me because I am looking for Albert Prince who married Elizabeth Lyle (from Reach Township) circa 1860 and…"
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My Watts line is as follows:My great grandmother, Mildred Watts, was born on May 5, 1903, in Rainy River District, Ontario. She married Leslie Austin Angus.Her father, George S. Watts, was born on December 16, 1878, in Bosanquet Township, Kent, Ontario. He married Alice Mary Peterson.His father, George Watts, was born around 1847, in Canada West. He married Eliza Jane Bass.I haven't been able to find George's parents yet. I did find an 1852 census record that might be him, but I can't be sure.…See More
"I looked at 1851 census and find Mary 29 with Ann 14, Sarah 12, Elvira 10, Elizabeth 1
so husband died by January 1852
I did a search for Elizabeth Elson marriage and found one: Married Walter LEWIS Nov 28, 1878 London, Middlesex father listed as…"
I'm trying to find info about the marriage of Henry Prince (b. abt. 1834) and Sarah Jane Elson (b. abt. 1839) . A marriage record would be particularly helpful because it might lead me to Sarah's parents. Henry's parents are Joseph Prince and Elizabeth (last name unknown).They married in Ontario probably around 1859, based on the birth of their first child (August 1860).I've already found them both in all the Canadian censuses from 1852 on. Unfortunately it seems that Sarah's father died quite…See More
Meet descendants and learn more about where to find information on your Red River ancestors and their culture/history here. Includes fur traders, First Nations, Scots/Irish/Swiss Selkirk Settlers, and Metis.
Just came across this web site for anyone looking for family trees ETC in the Yorkshire region in the UK.It is mainly people inquiring for information plus allowing you to put your quest in as well.If you need to go back to the home page just click it and you are there.The site is:http://www.dalesman.co.uk/familyq/a.htmSee More
Launched in January of 2009, the Youth Genealogist Association exists to promote, mentor, and educate youth involved in family history and genealogy, and to help them find a voice in the genealogical community.
Everyone would love to find old letters, a diary or journal from a distant relative. Some have been so fortunate. Have you written yours for your descendants? Post your memories; share your slice of life. It helps everyone recall their stories.See More