|Fay Carmichael (#47275576)|
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Retiring in 2008 I delved into our family history on Ancestry.com, begun in 2001. This led me to Find A Grave - and even more relatives.|
I'm a first-generation American who spent much of my first 10 years in Canada. Mum was 100% Irish, a first-generation Canadian born in Montreal with parents from Derry City.
Dad was 50% Irish, 25% Scottish and 25% English, a third generation Canadian born in Scarboro Junction outside Toronto. His maternal line arrived from Co Longford in 1824 and paternal line from Co Derry in 1847.
I am only managing records that have some connection to our family but if you wish to take over a memorial of your family member, please do not hesitate to contact me through the message board.
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Hi Fay, I was able to fulfill your photo request for Bertha FitzSimmons in Eglington Cemetery. I also created a memorial for her husband, John. Please let me know if you want me to transfer the ownership! Rich.
Added by Rich D. on Mar 27, 2015 8:26 AM
|Julie Johnson||RE: Gouin at Duncan Municipal|
You are very welcome, Fay. And you may absolutely use them on your family tree, or anywhere else you would like. They are your relatives, after all. :) Please let me know if I can help with any others in this area!
|Tania Dubb||RE: James Watson at Old Weymouth|
You're welcome! Feel free to use the photo in any way you choose!!
|PonemahPat||RE: Behringer at Grand Lawn|
Yes feel free to copy the picture and use it. Also keep track of the cemetery name address and location of the grave site.
|Joe McMillan||Dunlop family|
Thank you so much for your reply to my request on this family.It looks like they only had the one child and unfortunately she did not marry so the family did not prosper and eventually died out.
Thank you for your interest.
|Joe McMillan||Hawthorn Dunlop|
I am very interested in the grave of HAWTHORN DUNLOP as he married a cousin of mine BARBARA McSPORRAN in Scotland in 1918.
I lost track of them until I found their grave on "FIND A GRAVE"
I noticed that you had "planted" a flower in memory of HAWTHORN and am hoping that you may be able to help me with finding informationon any children the may have had.I do look forward to hearing from you and until then I am,Your`s sincerely,
|Bob Thomas||RE: Paterson at Mountain View|
Certainly (and credit not necessary for Ancestry.com).
|bbmir||RE: Baker at Montecchio|
Hello, yes please use the photo freely as if you took it.
Added by bbmir on Mar 07, 2015 8:39 AM
|Phil Ellery||RE: Garnett Taggart at Columb|
I don't know if you have a connection to this person, but I have some further info
On 26 March 1943, a Halifax Mark II was returning from ops and stalled on the approach to RAF St. Eval. It then crashed into a B-17. (42-29647)
Both crews were killed.
The Halifax tail No. was HR689 from 502 Sqn.
This aircraft was on detachment at St. Eval but 502 Sqn was originally based at R.A.F. Holmesley-South in South Hampshire.
The crew were of the Halifax were..
H D VESEY (Flight Eng) buried St. Columb, aged 46
W V G YEULETT (Navigator) buried St. Columb
G E TAGGART (Wireless op/gunner) buried St. Columb, aged 21
CHRISTIE (F.O.) buried Dundee, Scotland
F H GRIFFITHS buried Willsden, Middlesex
|jeff cox||RE: More Prossers at St. John's|
No problem, I added the pics... - Jeff
Added by jeff cox on Feb 28, 2015 3:23 PM
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