I looked the book up "the history and genealogy of the American Delano Family and it is by Joel Delano andfree on The Nook Barnes and nnNoble site under Free Genealogy Books. If you don"t have a Nook you and download the Nookk for PC app also Free. I love it they have so many free books. Good luck
Thanks Leeann, I have a book I got off google site for Free pulbic domain books YOu might want. It is called Delano Genealogy. and starts back in the 1500s. It is very through and starts with Phillippe De La Noyes parent or before and tells why they left France and moved to Holland. It is Free to download and in PDF format . Even has a picture of his mother. Let me know if you can find it. I originally found it in the genealogy section of the library. If not Maybe I can find it for you.
Hi Leeann, no I do not, other than ordering them through Family History Centre and reading those reels when they come in. I do have tho, Ancestry.ca that has some Quebec church records on it, so maybe I can help you that way?
I don't have much on this line of the Greenleaf family, but there's a family tree in this book on T.S. Eliot (who is related to the Greenleafs): http://bit.ly/bLfQQC (hope the link works). Could this be your Joseph & Sarah Whittier?
Hi Leeann, are these the Sarah and Joseph Whittier who are the grandparents of poet John Greenleaf Whittier? If so, I'm related to them very distantly. If I've got the lines correct, it looks like Sarah's grandfather, Tristram Greenleaf was the brother of my ancestor, Capt. Stephen Greenleaf. Even so, it's fun to meet distant relatives! --Sara.