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A.C. (#48338341)
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Henry Land burial
Henry land is buried in the Elora cemetery on find a grave. The contributor has his first wife listed on Henry's memorial as Christian (Nancy) McVeil.
Because there was a different name on the censuses I guess she did not know Henry married twice.
On another site his 1st wife is listed as McNeil.

I doubt that the gravemarker site is complete snd the stone may still be there.
I will make a note in the bio of the real birth date.

Added by Yandeau on Feb 05, 2014 9:38 PM
B. C. B. : : = ) .
RE: Creemore Union
Sorry don't know.
Added by B. C. B. : : = ) . on Feb 04, 2014 1:17 PM
Christian Milne,
hi Craig
I added the transcription to the Ferrier and Christine's burial memorials as BCB sent it.
Was the word "wife of" on the transcription?
Was Born and Died also on the transcription or just dates?
I like to get it exact if possible.

Also This family was not living in the Creemore area at one time.

Added by Yandeau on Feb 04, 2014 10:09 AM
B. C. B. : : = ) .
RE: Creemore Union Marker?
Creemore Union Cemetery
is a long narrow Cemetery, not a good place
to be going to in the winter.
It is in three strips, with two entrances.
the older markers are at the front of the
cemetery, for the most part.
It would take a long time to locate any given
marker. I have been there twice. Good place
for a summer picnic.
Added by B. C. B. : : = ) . on Feb 03, 2014 10:17 PM

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