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John Huard Sr
McGraths in Burlington
Good Morning Star,

I'm working on the McGrath's and I decided to go through the St Josephs Cemetery list to make sure I had got everybody. My McGraths are in Section "A" Lot 58. Well low and behold I didn't. Apparently theres a second branch that flourished in Burlington and Colchester. I found a James McGrath that says he's in Section "C" Lot 65 Grave 1. The RD Kelly tree has a Martin McGrath as Christopher's son but that can't be right as he was born in 1794. Christopher was born 1788. I wonder if they were brothers. I'm trying to tie the two lines together. It doesn't seem likely that two branches in the same city wouldn't have a common denominator amongst them. Like my family, the Huards in Burlington were tied to the Huards in Winooski buy the Huard that lived at the top of North Street in Burlington. Can you tell me who else is in Section "C"? Martin is buried in the Irish Settlement Cemetery in Underhill. Can you see what you can find out? If nothing else I'll start a new tree with what info I have and see where it takes me! Thanks for listening,
John
P.S. E-mail address is johnhuardsr@msn.com
Added by John Huard Sr on Jan 12, 2017 10:23 AM
Lee An
RE: James R 1794-1869
Glad you saw it. Happy New Year!
Added by Lee An on Dec 31, 2016 11:57 AM
Lee An
RE: James R 1794-1869
Yw! This is the bio, starts off about his grandfather then moves to him http://www.dcnyhistory.org/robinson_1.html
Added by Lee An on Dec 29, 2016 1:32 PM
 

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