|James Blaine (#46530234)|
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DOB: 13 June 1942,Whitinsville,MA. Now living in Hollis,NH.I have been retired since 2002 and worked PT until 2009. Have been doing genealogy since 1992 and have gone back 14+ generations. I have my trees on Ancestry.com(updated)and FTDNA and of course Family Search.I am willing to help others whenever possible.Good luck to all.Feel free to email me to edit any entries I have made to Find A Grave. I get my information from Obituaries, Headstones, records I have researched and personal knowledge.Non-related (to me) memorials may be turned over to their relatives. If a memorial is for MY relative, they will not be turned over or deleted.|
Ydna Haplogroup is R-M269. MTdna Haplogroup is U8b1b My furthest known Paternal Ancestor is Mathurin Abelin Abt 1620-1670 Bignay, France. My furthest known Maternal ancestor is Joseph Thompson 1809-1896 Yorkshire, England
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|Robert DeVowe||RE: Blain|
You are welcome. That would make us 1/2 cousins. I descend from Jeanne Barbier thru her second husband, Julian Plumereau.
I doubt if there are any marker. It seems that only wealth Canadians at this time could afford stone monuments, all others had wood or metal ones which are long gone. Also was told that early Montreal cemeteries were dug up, bones collected and..... for building projects.
So if you are wondering, how I did this, the records for Quebec, as it is in Europe, are baptism and burial records. So a death records is not a death record but a burial record. Thus, one has the burial place one then has to discover the name of the church. So for Francois Blain it is St-Paul in Lachine.
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