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|Joan Donnelly Ellis (#48058555)|
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I was born in 1946 in the small riverside village of Farran's Point, Ontario,Canada located along the St. Lawrence River in the County of Stormont. |
In 1958 nine villages (including Farran's Point) were permanently flooded (St. Lawrence Seaway Power Project)and residents of those villages were relocated to the new communities of Long Sault and Ingleside.
FAG is a great site. I am thrilled to have found it.
Been researching the history of my family as well as other families for 20 years.
If you find a Memorial of a relative of yours that was added by me and would like it transferred to you, just say so. No problem.
I am mostly interested in the following surnames: Donnelly, Hamilton, Steip, Bane, Green, Thompson, Sheets, Heath, Menard, Hodgens, McCarey aka: McCary, Bush, Perry, Hawn, Cook, Rutley, Jarvis, Henophy, Clemenhagen, Renwick, Piche, Burns, Warner, Hartle, MacMaster, Locey, Artindale, King, Ryan, Cunningham, Kelly, Tomkiel, and families who once lived in the 9 villages that were flooded in 1958.
May your hunt prove beneficial as well as exciting-Joan
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Thank you again for the photo of Isabel & Gordon Gallinger's headstone. I made all of the corrections/additions that you recommended. Thank you!
|KrayeB||Mayville, St Patrick Cemetery, Brasher NY|
I saw your message in the rememberance notes on Arthur Mayville regarding his name being mis-spelled. The memorial was made from the St Patrick Church records.
Many people when coming from Canada to US changed their names for many reasons. If you look at my "family" cemeteries, you will find many different spellings. And I am sure I will find more.
Added by KrayeB on Sep 26, 2017 11:50 AM