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Graceti (#47177702)
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RE: Seagram, Seguin, & Miron @ NDdesNeiges
New memorials created, and photo requests already fulfilled (by yourself!). Many thanks again!
Added by ohSunnyOne on Jun 02, 2015 7:56 PM
RE: Anna W Curry
I think you've found the correct census. The birth dates both fit. I'm viewing just the transcription. I think that Anna was born in Ontario. Interesting there was a male nurse with the family. Both James & Anna died so young.
Added by Cathy on Jun 02, 2015 12:58 PM
Keith Lawson
RE: Lawson Photo Request
I am glad I am able to zoom in to read the details, but I agree it is a tough one to make out. It is interesting because this is the only place I have ever seen her name as Eva Caroline. Every other document I have found is Eva Alice.
Added by Keith Lawson on Jun 02, 2015 11:41 AM
Anna W Curry
Thank you for finding the marriage date for Anna Curry & James Somerville.

I found another child of Joseph & Julia Curry - Ernest McLeod Curry - he lived in Washington & Oregon (worked for a paper mill) and is buried at a cemetery just a few miles from where we live.

Added by Cathy on Jun 02, 2015 10:10 AM
RE: William Seagram at NDdesN (not Mt Royal)
Thanks again. Yes, you're perfectly right, and I was momentarily confused on that score also. 200-300+ years of Seagrams in the Anglican camp, and this particular fellow married a Montreal Catholic girl! In 1870, no less! Must have caused quite a stir ;D

William's sister Gertrude (Gertie), who in 1881 lived in Montreal with him and his family, is in Mount Royal. And then there's Mrs Blanche {Seagram} Bowlby, who was a 2nd cousin one generation removed, but being younger (and living in a different strata of Montreal society), I doubt _she_ ever even knew William was her cousin. So that's that side. Oh, and yes, all connected to the Seagram who founded the well-known distillery company, which many _many_ years later was sold to the Bronfmans!

William's children (3 sons and a dau) and grandchildren were apparently all brought up Catholic, and according to NDdesN's online grave finder, most are resting there as well, with their respective spouses. And now that I think of it, I believe some of those are the other names you found when you took the photo. So I'll have to get busy and add a few more memorials, with much appreciation to you for locating the stones! You're marvelous!!
Added by ohSunnyOne on Jun 01, 2015 8:03 PM
Sharon Hutchins
Ingalls and Hutchins Family
Edmund Ingalls death certificate say he is buried in the Stanbury Cemetery. I am looking also for is wife Rhoda Hutchins. There are other Ingalls there to. Would you check the cemetery next time you go there for me?
Thank you, Sharon Hutchins
Added by Sharon Hutchins on Jan 03, 2015 4:40 PM

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