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Sheila Kinniburgh (#47087050)
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Bio Photo I became addicted to genealogy over 3 decades ago after the sudden death of several family members.

With the bounding advances in technology; research has become diverse, instantaneous and almost limitless.

I search the Red Deer, Airdie and Olds, Alberta cemeteries, and enjoy Huntingdon, Quebec.

If you request an edit for a memorial, and I don't complete it in 7 days, please resend. Sometimes I get buried in emails (no pun intended).

Happy digging!
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Richard Little
St-Paul's Presbyterian Church Cemetery
St-Paul's Presbyterian Church Cemetery is listed on find a grave site as Ormstown Monteregie Region Quebec Canada. I was wondering if you had a address for this location. I am trying to locate a Henry Pilson a grandfather that may have been buried there in 1849. I have a copy of St Paul Presbyterian Church records listening him as dying 12 Feb 1849. I am located in North Carolina, US. Thanks Rich
Added by Richard Little on Feb 14, 2015 7:46 AM
Thank you!
Peter McFarlane, listed here:

Is my great great grandfather. Thank you so much for indexing/transcribing/whatever the correct term is his gravestone information. You have been a tremendous help.

Roy Grant

Added by Grinch on Jan 04, 2015 4:08 PM
Fay Carmichael
Duplicate cemeteries
In addition to Dan Mark's comments, St. Paul's Presbyterian is a duplicate of:

Saint Paul's Old Burying Ground

I am attempting to get the two combined!

Fay Carmichael
Added by Fay Carmichael on Dec 08, 2014 2:07 PM
Dan Mark
St-Paul's Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Added by Dan Mark on Dec 07, 2014 1:37 PM
Dan Mark
photo of wrong cemetery
Hi Sheila,
This is a photo of Ormstown Union Cemetery:

which is here:

not St-Paul's Presbyterian Cemetery
Added by Dan Mark on Dec 07, 2014 1:33 PM
George Stephen
I am curious about George Stephen and Barbara Innes and family in the Huntingdon Protestant Cemetery. Do you have pictures of their stones? And can you confirm the birth year of George (1781-1841)? The Find A Grave record shows 1781 and my family records show 1765. The 1781 date makes more sense, but I'd like confirmation.

Added by Daphne on Nov 03, 2014 6:16 AM
Dan Mark
RE: sommerville
My wife is a Somerville.
I have her Huntingdon QC Somerville line back to Scotland.
Added by Dan Mark on Sep 23, 2014 6:58 PM
Kathleen Kinniburgh
Hi -- I've updated Kathleen's record with the information you provided and transferred her record to your care. Please be in touch if there are any other records that are family.

Thank you for doing all that you are doing.
Added by Linda on Sep 16, 2014 12:40 PM
Linda Sparks
James R Jones
Wow Shelia!

That was FAST! Thank you for your photo. May you and your family be blessed for you work on my family's behalf.

Again, thank you!
Added by Linda Sparks on Aug 15, 2014 10:24 PM
Sarah Galbraith
Jennie Morton
Thank you so much for photographing the gravestone for me. Red Deer is so very far from England, that I'd never expect to have the chance to see it for myself. Much appreciated.
Added by Sarah Galbraith on Aug 13, 2014 4:27 PM
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