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|cactus.north||Ellen McManus Scanlan|
I have included the Baptism record from familysearch on Ellen's memorial page. I do see your point about the census records for the actual date of birth. Also, there is a possibility that this is a baptism record for "the first" Ellen Mcmanus who passed away, then Thomas & Margaret named their second daughter Ellen again (after her grandmother). Ellen's brother James also has a large difference in his baptism record & census records and the carving in his grave marker. Handle the discrepancy however you wish.
However, Ellen must have been born in Durham County, Ontario, because Thomas & Margaret McManus lived in Durham County before following Margaret's family (the Gainer's) to Wellington County about 1861 (this is the family story and is supported by three of their children's baptism records).
I wish I could find the actual gravestone for Ellen McManus Scanlan, but haven't after 4 visits.
And, as always, thank you for all of your hard work on the ancestors of Wellington County!
Thank you are you related to the Noonan family
Added by James on Mar 31, 2015 6:09 PM
|Carol Stack||Hulda Wilkins Myers|
Thank you sincerely for your work. Hulda was a mystery in my tree for years. With a clue that her daughter lived in Canada I was finally able to locate her. Very sad end for her but at least she has been found.
Just wanted to tell you how much all the work that you have done means to me!
Thankyou for correcting the errors on the Gummersons memorials. Very much appreciated.
I was wondering if you would like to have my St Antony Cemetery memorials transfered over to you? I managed to photograph and post most of them, and I do enjoy reading your work with those Wellington County settlers.
|High Plains||George & Dorothy Gooding|
Have transferred their memorials to you.
There was a photo which was pretty much unreadable but knowing her name, now I can make out the name of Mina Gooding, wife of George.
High Plains :)
|High Plains||RE: Geo. Gooding|
Thank you SO much! No wonder it was confusing seeing as how he shaved a number of years off his age AND was married so many times.
Is he related to you? If you would like to manage his memorial I would transfer.
High Plains :)
|Wendy McNeil||John McNeil|
I found my husband's gg-grandfather's gravestone on this site. (John McNeil - b.1825 and d.1915) He was married to Margaret Smith. The second name on the gravestone is NOT his son John Thomas (b.1862 in Erin Ontario, who married Miss E. Johnson/USA, and his death is still unknown). The second name on the headstone is John's (1825) grandson, John McNeil (b.1890/91 in Wisconsin and died in 1928 Ontario, Canada), son of John Thomas.
I would love to see the info that you have provided to reflect this new information please. Thank you very much! Wendy
|John V.||Elsie Triezenberg|
I continually am fascinated by the biographies listed on Find A Grave. I was mesmerized by the life of Elsie Triezenberg in Kalamazoo, Michigan. I photograph markers in Riverside Cemetery regularly and many times get caught up in the life of those buried there. I found documentation for Elsie and her husband Harm in the Kalamazoo Gazette and am going there to read more about them. Are you interested in what I find?
Added by John V. on Dec 23, 2014 4:43 PM
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