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Fay Carmichael (#47275576)
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Bio Photo Retiring in 2008 I delved into our family history on, 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 a third generation Canadian born in Scarboro Junction outside Toronto. He was 50% Irish, 25% Scottish and 25% English. 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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Amanda Heather
feel free to use it on Ancestry!
Added by Amanda Heather on Jun 27, 2015 7:24 AM
Amanda Heather
Alex Reilly
No problem! I'll try to figure out how to delete it as soon as I get in for the night. Northern Ireland isn't actually my country - I'm Canadian- just here visiting my dad. :)
Added by Amanda Heather on Jun 27, 2015 7:23 AM
RE: Rachel Watson at Union
Hi Fay....

Glad to have found it for you. By all means, please feel free to use on Ancestry.


Added by Deb.Corn. on Jun 19, 2015 5:20 PM
Congdon Family
Hi Fay: The move was successful and I'm just now catching up on my messages. I don't have my 140-page Congdon family file with me. I will have to check and see if James and son, James, are listed. I'll try to get back to you soon...
Added by Chris on Jun 15, 2015 12:08 PM
Patrice Beam
Mable Guhl
I have a vintage photo titled "Aunt Mable Guhl". Unfortunately there are 2 women named Mable Guhl buried in Wisconsin who are approximately the right age. If one or more friends or relatives could verify which Mable she is I will add to her grave site at no cost I would also sell the photo if someone wants it.
Added by Patrice Beam on Jun 10, 2015 8:19 PM
RE: Winifred Kinghorn at Royal Oak
You're welcome. Thats a shot from her headstone, sort of her view of the area.
Added by Jim on Jun 07, 2015 8:10 AM
There are quite a few Nicholsons buried in Royal Oak. Do you have any more?
Added by Jim on Jun 05, 2015 6:07 PM
RE: Nicholson at Royal Oak
I did find a plot number for her, so yes, she is buried there. I will get out there in the next few days

Added by Jim on Jun 05, 2015 7:51 AM
C. Hruska
RE: Robert Donald at Glendale
Certainly, no problem.
Added by C. Hruska on Jun 04, 2015 11:32 AM
RE: Wark at Wesleyan Methodist
Hi Fay!

There is no problem about the pictures, I'm giving you all permissions you want to use them, with or without my credits. I'm not expecting to make any money out of them! :)

Send me your e-mail address and I'll put the original pictures on a GoogleDrive...or you can use the ones on findagrave, it's up to you.

It's a luck that it was fast for the pictures. I've decided this morning to do a ride in the back country...and it was cool for sure. I've spent the entire day, from 9h00am to 2h30pm to take pictures in 4 different cemeteries.

Have a good day!
Added by SimonRousseau on May 19, 2015 7:55 PM
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