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Wayne Bullock

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Iíve read lots of postings on Young family members in this area, but have yet to find anyone connecting

to my Philip Young And wife Jane Moore. 1901 census North Fredericksburgh has him born 2 Feb 1818 and wife Jane Moore as 28 Mar 1828. Other census records 1851 to 1891 have his birth 1822/23. Death records on his children, place his birth in either South or North Fredericksburgh. He had a son named Dorland Young. An Amos Young, son of Christopher Young, named a son Philip Dorland Young. Christopher Young from my internet searching seems to have a great gap between his first known child Amos 1834 and his marriage of 6 Feb 1814 to Magdalene Keller. Could my Philip Young be an older brother of Amos? Any other suggestions? Thanks.



Glenda Griffin

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Looking for info on the Pieter Forshee family who resided in the South Fred area.  

His daughter Jannetje married John Hart and they too lived in the area....

Any thoughts/suggestions appreciated.


Glenn Hodge
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I am trying to link James Bistow and his wife to this area.
I have and noticed P. BRISTOW on L23 C2 on the McGill map.

I found on your site James Bristow at both the 1885 Voting List at 212 Poll at Lot pcc and 1901 Voting List at Poll 253 and Lot e hf 22 C 1.
I am trying to find if there is at link from James Bristow to P. Bristow.



Peggy Boucher

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I am looking for  information on Martin or Matthias Moore, died before 1850 possibly 1846. He was married to Elizabeth Anne Bell, she was born about 1810. After Martinís death she remarried in 1851. They had 2 children Joseph and Hannah. I am searching for anything prior to Martin/Matthias death. He was my great, great, great grandfather. Thank-you - Peggy Moore Boucher



Kelly McKay

EMAIL: kellymckay318 AT


Still searching, after over a decade, for

1.Any info re the 1851 murder of James MC KAY, age 40, b IRE. per the 1851 census.

2.Any document(s), besides the census of Anthony MC KAY and family, who settled in South Fredericksburgh, Enumeration District 3 Township, Conc 3,4,5.

I'm beginning to believe that the family just appeared out of the thin air.LOL

Would appreciate any help in pointing me in a direction as to where to look next."



Diane Slee-Maves

EMAIL: celshouse AT


I have Nicholas Ward and Julia Ann Wright living in Napanee in mid to late 1800's, both buried in Harrowsmith.  I have Nicholas Ward's (Lewis Ward & Mary Woodcock), father with an account for purchases at Spikes corner.  I have Lewis and Mary in the 1851 census with their 11 children living in Loughborough.  I would like to know if there is any information on the parents of Lewis Ward, Mary Woodcock or Julia Wright's parents.  I know Nicholas Wards son Schuyler married a Hulda Geraldine Hawley (daughter of William Henry Hawley and Susannah Smith), this line is clearly defined.  I am at a 3 year road block with the Ward/Woodcock/Wright family line.  I have been to all these locations but have no answers as I had little time for local archives.  Just one bit of information could make a world of difference.