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If he did have he may have been called Jacques Robert. I think possible he is the one showing in Boynton Cemetery who died age 27 years. I know Matilda emigrated to Vermont in 1869 or 1870 and eventually lived with her son William in Concord, Vermont. I am now looking at the British Military Records, the Quebec Registre Foncier, to glean factual information and also Alonzo land transactions.If you live near one of the many Franco/American or Canadian /American genealogical societies they may have the Drouin records inhouse for your use. I believe he may be the George William Price ABBOTT who died in Hatley on Sept. He married a Laura BUSHAW on in Piermont, NH and Laura ABBOTT shows with two children (Eugene Lester ABBOTT & Katie ABBOTT ) in the Hatley 1881 Census living with her father and mother, Lewis & Mary BUSHAW. The stone being old, probably doesn't reflect an accurate read. I am trying to find out what happened to John RAYMOND and was his ancestry French, English, Irish, Latvian? ) RAYMOND may be of French descent I would assume we can rule Matilda GORDON as a transplanted New Englander. According to Stanstead's land records, Alonzo bought and sold a few lots.As I am sure you know Robert is a bilingual name Roberts is usually English. Some of her children are born in Sutton, NH and the others are born in Bradford, VT. If I am correct, Laura had a sister, Rosa BUSHAW, who married George's brother Ephraim Mark Collins ABBOTT this is my father's line. In order to assure this information is accurate, I need more proof. I am hoping they tie in with one of the families I traced through Raymond families of New England. In order to find James's true identity prior to leaving the service, I have to search various resources using the most used names over the generations. One family member was told to search the records of the deserters.There are dozens of them in Vermont of 1790 (census) and a James living in Whitingham, Windham Co. I am unable to find a birth record or marriage record. She had a sister, Mary, who was born in Magoon Point-Georgeville--this shows on her death record. I sure do appreciate anything you can do to help me with any of the Abbott/Mcintire/Bushaw lines. I have traced my great grandfather's family to birth dates in Stanstead, Quebec but that is about as far as I have gotten. A Zebina RAYMOND marrying a Philena DAVIS, father Sampson Davis of Derby, Vermont around 1810 or so. Probably wishful thinking but it would make things a lot easier. Barb Pellett [email protected]'m doing some genealogical research and it appears that I've hit a snag with a family that moved from Vermont to Magog, Canada. The family is of Timothy WADE (or WAID, maybe WAIT, or WAITE) and Sabra STERLING.
Samuel THORNTON, son of Samuel THORNTON, mother unknown, was born in 1775 in New Hampshire. They seemed to have moved back and forth between Hatley Quebec and New Hampshire. Ellie Daniels [email protected], We find the following: Boynton Cemetery Stanstead, Quebec Contributed by Leslie Nutbrown, Jan 17, 2005 [[email protected]eotron.ca]. This old cemetery is mowed and kept by the Crystal Lake Cemetery Company. Paul Raymond Worcester, MA [email protected], I have not found a Raymond in Stanstead on the 1825 Census. I believe that they had at least two sons, Stephen and Benjamin. It also appears that one of Benjamin's daughters, Caroline, married a J. Caroline and J Kute followed the family back to the US and eventually to Iowa.I say birth records for his parents because most all Beebe's in North America are decedents of John Beebe, 1650 and were born in the US, going up to Canada to fight in the War or to settle, but again being born in the US..Our branch doesn't seem to be attached to that tree since most of them immigrated to Canada in the early 1800's. Lewis Beebe and just a few names down in the same town, is an Ephraim Bebe.Sophia says in all censuses she was born in Canada and her parents were Canadian.I've been looking throughout Vermont for years and recently focused in on the Stanstead/Derby area because I'm convinced he was born south of the border and his parents lived north of the border.
The missing birth/address information I am seeking is on Albert F SABALL (SABOLL). 1833-1892 And was buried at Fitch Bay with his wife Naomi MARTIN (1831-1888) and son Joseph Cephas SABALL (d. The American - Canadian Geneological Society in Manchester, NH (which isn't terribly far from you I believe.) has a super collection of Quebec records and the Drouin collection. Armonde (Camber) West, formerly of Georgeville, now of Ayer's Cliff, has a connection to your family and information and photographs. Names of children: 1) Charles Westley b.1864 in Georgeville 2) Nellie b.1866 3) Hattie b.1868 d.