Sunday, 17 November 2013

What's New- week of Nov 17th, News of a difference this week,

News of a difference this week, What's New Oct 17th, 


Today be thankful and think how rich you are. Your family is priceless, your time is gold and your health is wealth.


1--  UEL -- Lieut John Cameron Cemetery -- Corn 4C N6

just received this update on the Lieut John Cameron Cemetery of McConnell Rd Cornwall twp from Chris & Debbie Cameron
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Lieut John Cameron Cemetery, cornwall twp, cemeteries, gravestones
Gravestone of Lieut John Cameron  
Good evening folks, hoping all is well with you .

Thanks again for your interest in this Heritage site.
Cleanup remains underway about half way through, There has been one delicate matter requiring gardeners hands, the iron fence of which has been buried amongst the weeds needs gentle persuasion, hoping there will be volunteers for this. 

I plan to finish cleanup this fall ,and possibly mark the graveyards borders.
During the fall and winter there will require much research and with the hope of a meeting on the horizon .
Steve Cameron from Green valley remains interested in having a meeting within a couple of months . He as well as his wife Joannehas done extensive research on this site , I'm looking forward as there will be much to learn form this heritage site.
There is a facebook address on this site, I encourage you to take a look ,and are welcome to provide and share information about the graveyard.
Restoration of Abandoned Cemeteries, Camerons Family, Fetterly ie.
Thanks for your interest , Please take the time to pass this around to interested peoples.
Take care
Christopher Cameron  
ricodeb @ hotmail.com

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3-- Received this query recently
Name: Joan Chadbourn

E-mail: joanchadbourn @ cox.net

surnames: Maxville Protestant Cemetery

Date: 11/12/13

query: Hello

I grew up in Maxville ON and would like to know when the Maxville Protestant cemetery was started?? Are there pages I can buy from you about the people who are buried there??

I am researching my 4 grandparents- Blaney and Smyth from N. Ireland and Macdonald and Benton from Scotland. They all came to ON  1820- 1844 and lived in Prescott county and Russell county. All of them moved to or near Maxville in the early 1900s. I am interested in Neil Macdonald who is buried in Cornwall. How would I find out where??

All the best, Joan,
4-- Carved in Stone Doesn't Mean Correct   from Genealogy tip of the day  click link

Enjoy
take care and God Bless
Alex W Fraser 1-866-517-2113
jars924 @ me.com
Courtenay, BC

Sunday, 10 November 2013

Gravestones of Glengarry Volume 9 & 10; What's New Nov 10



What's New Nov 10  Week in Review -- Alex W Fraser -Glengarrycounty.com


Gravestones of Glengarry Volume 9  Summerstown - Glen Walter is now available in printed form & pdf on CD


Gravestones of Glengarry Vol 10 Martintown - Apple Hill
ISBN 9780921307839 hc
Includes--
North Branch Cemetery
McDermid Cemetery
St Andrews United Cemetery
St Williams RC Cemetery
St Anthony's Cemetery Apple Hill
St Andrews Cemetery plot Survey, inscriptions done by Rhodes Grant in 1972
923 gravestones representing 3119 entries in the combined Name index

Came across two articles on Glengarry families -- The Kelly's & The Donovans -- in the Victoria Genealogical Society Journal April 1991 p.8-12, & September 1999 p. 58-61 issues.

Coming in the New year, an online name index of over 88,000 Glengarry area name entries from 10 + indices we have put to get over the years which will eventually get combined

Gravestones of Glengarry Volume 11  Kenyon township ISBN 9780921307617 hc  will consist of the following items
  1. Beech Cemetery;
  2. Kenyon Dunvegan Presbyterian Cemetery;
  3. The Gordon Church Cemetery St Elmo;
  4. Maxville Community Cemetery;
  5. St Catherine of Sienna, Greenfield;
  6. St James RC Cemetery, Maxville. Also included
  7. Kenyon Presbyterian Church marriages 1857 - 1913;
  8. Angus McMillans Deacon's Diary;
  9. Kenyon Dunvegan Presbyterian Cemetery Plot Survey done by Mrs E Blair ca 1969; and the index of the
  10. Maxville Community cemetery done by Clark Barrett ca 1980.
    The total number of gravestones listed is 1605, the combined name index resulted in about 11,631 entries. 930 pages
Enjoy

take care and God Bless
Alex W Fraser
Courtenay, BC

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Sunday, 3 November 2013

Gravestones of Glengarry Volume 9 Summerstown - Glen Walter



What's New Nov 3  Week in Review -- Alex W Fraser -Glengarrycounty.com


Gravestones of Glengarry Volume 9  Summerstown - Glen Walter is now available

Getting Gravestones of Glengarry Volume 10, Martintown - Apple Hill closer to being finalized.



October in Review

  1. Added some more titles to the download page and offering a 15% discount on purchases.  http://glengarrycounty.com/download.html
  2. Finalized St Raphael's BMD 1804 - 1835 with index   http://glengarrycounty.com/strap0435.html
  3.  Got some McRae families sorted out, loaded into my MacDonalds of Loup, Lundie & Fraser Connections Version 4 index  http://glengarrycounty.com/loupv4index.html
  4. MacDonald Burying Ground, Westmeath, Ont where 3 brothers John, Walter, William who served in the war of 1812 are buried and have connections with Glengarry County.
  5. Updated a number of my Glengarrycounty.com web pages  http://glengarrycounty.com
  6. added 13 titles for sale to http://glengarrycounty.com/bkwant.htmml
  7. had a query on McDougalls of Finch, Ont and McIntyre of Maxville // Roxborough Ontario area
  8. Completed a number of book, CD orders for out titles as well.
the McIntyre query

Hello!

I am trying to make sense of some genealogical information that was given to my parents back when I was born in the 1950s.

Right now I am working on the information for my G/G/GF James McIntyre and his wife Margery McDonald McIntyre.  The information that I have says that Margery ( or Marjorie?) died in 1849 and was buried in "Maxville, Stormont, Ontario."

The only cemetery that I have found information for online does not go back that far.  Can you direct me to any older information about burials in that location?

Any hints will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you!

Olivia (but always called "Holly") McIntyre

drholly @ email.com
or
mcintyre @ nereg.lib.ms.us
The McDougall Query
Name: Gordon MacDougall


surnames: McDougall family of Finch, Ontario

Date: Jan. 2. 1855 - Dec. 30 1960

query: My gggrandfather and gggrandmother came to Finch in the mid-1850's with multiple family members. Can you recommend any of your publications which might help me to fill in the blanks. My understanding is that some of them brought the ability to distill whisky with them! My grandfather was Hector Donald MacDougall who came to B.C. in the very early 1900's as my father was born in what is now Southern Alberta in 1906. They were on their way to Hedley to work in the gold mine there. The old timers above came from the Isle of Mull and were named Allan and Flora (Paterson). The Paterson name shows up a couple of times with some of my gguncles as a second given name.
Thanks for any assistance you might be able to give me, Gordon Wallace MacDougall,

Enjoy

take care and God Bless
Alex W Fraser
Courtenay, BC

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