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Descended from Mennonite settlers in the York & Durham counties of Ontario|
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|Donna M L W||RE: t Roger previous message|
a great BIG thank you,
If you see a number of "field stones" in line, the original Quaker belief was not to place a marker so as not to distinguish between the rich and the poor. They would mark them with a plain field stone or wood. My understanding burial records were destroyed in a fire. So only information found in diaries gives any facts.
|Alan Wismer||David Wismer|
Thanks for transferring the memorial of my 4th-Great-Grandfather, David Wismer, to me. I greatly appreciate it!
Lake Odessa, Michigan
|Donna M L W||t Roger previous message|
He is my man, I read the info, the death year does not make him 70. They had a typo. I hope you will correct this for me :)
|Donna M L W||Timothy Rogers 151639986|
I am doing a project on the Newmarket Quakers. Most of the info you have fits my man, birth is correct but death is a conflict. I have requested a pic of his stone. If this is the correct man, his family line is Rogers Communication.
Harvey THANK YOU very much for taken the photos of the family. I am wondering how you got the birthdays for Ann, Catherine, Joseph, Mary. I have searched for those dates and I was unsuccessful. I will change them. Again Thank you.
Added by PiperJd on Jul 28, 2016 12:25 PM
|Larry Lalonde||RE: Donald H. LALONDE|
The stone states
1906 - 1977
On Ancestry - birth registration
Name: Donald Harold Lalonde
Date of Birth: 10 Mar 1904
Birth Place: Leeds, Ontario, Canada
Father's name: Amos Lalonde
Mother's name: Clara Wheeler
Amos Lalonde is my gr-grandfather's brother.
All from Gananoque, Ontario
|Larry Lalonde||Donald H. LALONDE|
I would like to thank you once again for your time involved with this request to photograph Donald H. LALONDE's grave marker.
This is one of my distant cousin's that is connected to my father's family.
It is obvious from the beautiful flowers that there must be a family member still visiting the family grave site.
Maybe someday I can make a connection with them that can help piece the rest of this large family together.
|Larry Lalonde||LaRue Family Cemetery|
Thank you Harvey B for your time taking these photos.
I came across an article in the kingston newspaper. And I thought that this was a historical family cemetery that should be photographed before it disappears.
Thank you for spending your time doing this. Now it is done for all future generations.
|Larry Lalonde||Phoebe Ann Mapes|
Thank you for up-dating the file.
|Ryan T. Grant||RE: Grace Elford|
yeah i etching of it would be better to see...but i even just put in Grace with no last name in the census returns in Ontario Co., and nothing comes close, funny how some people just dont show up!
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