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Name: Judy Kennedy
Time/Date Entered: 3:41 PM  -  14 Jan 2018
Email: judethepood1@gmail.com
Gaspe Connection: father
Town/Village/Area: Haldimand
Primary Family Names: Kennedy
Secondary Family Names: Morris
Time Period: 1850-1950
Particulars: would like to prepare a family tree and have insight where my father was educated. Would like to know when my grandfather and grand mother died,some history of WW11 and my land in Haldimand My father was Joseph (Jose) A. Kennedy born in Haldimand Aug.4th 1911

Name: Elaine Robinson
Time/Date Entered: 12:25 PM  -  7 Jan 2018
Email: elainer@cogeco.ca
Gaspe Connection: Louis Gabrielle Willett
Town/Village/Area: New Richmond
Primary Family Names: Willett
Secondary Family Names: 
Time Period: 1840
Particulars: Although I am still missing some official links in my Willett line my recent DNA from Ancestry shows that this is indeed my Willett line. I attended a Willett reunion a number of years ago and had been in touch with Peggy Willett who encouraged me to do so. At that time I really didn't know if this was my family. I would very much like to contact Peggy again, if possible

Name: Joan Elizabeth Mulligan Lewrey
Time/Date Entered: 6:06 AM  -  11 Dec 2017
Email: joanlewrey@gmail.com
Gaspe Connection: my mother and all of her family since 1784
Town/Village/Area: Port Daniel Shigawake New Carlisle
Primary Family Names: Ramier Chatterton Ross
Secondary Family Names: Beebe Ross Sullivan Hall Huntington Greenman
Time Period: 1784 to present
Particulars: Have hit a "brick wall" with respect to the following: Nancy Ann Greenman and Amos Hall Hector Morrison Ross and his father and mother William Huntington

Name: Michael Sullivan
Time/Date Entered: 8:10 PM  -  11 Nov 2017
Email: mjsullivan09@gmail.com
Gaspe Connection: Great Grandfather
Town/Village/Area: Douglastown
Primary Family Names: OHare
Secondary Family Names: Maher
Time Period: 1800
Particulars: Great Grandfather Thomas O'Hare immigrated to Springfield MA USA in 1892

Name: Nigel Queree
Time/Date Entered: 1:31 PM  -  11 Nov 2017
Email: nigel.queree@gmail.com
Gaspe Connection: Family
Town/Village/Area: Malbaie
Primary Family Names: Le Cornu
Secondary Family Names: 
Time Period: 1909-1917
Particulars: My great uncle, Philip Francis Le Cornu, migrated to Gaspe to work in 1909, joined the Canadian Army in 1916 and fought in France, dying of his wounds in 1918.

Name: Tania
Time/Date Entered: 3:33 PM  -  6 Nov 2017
Email: girliegrrl@hotmail.com
Gaspe Connection: 3x great ganddaughter of John Patterson
Town/Village/Area: York Centre?
Primary Family Names: Patterson and Mullin
Secondary Family Names: Ascah, Boyle, Coffin
Time Period: 
Particulars: Looking for any information on the Mullin and Patterson families in Gaspe. My Great Gandfather was Norman William Mullin and my Great Grandmother was Nora Patterson.

Name: Mike Benwell
Time/Date Entered: 9:26 AM  -  27 Oct 2017
Email: mikebenwell2@gmail.com
Gaspe Connection: grand parents
Town/Village/Area: Shigawake/Port Daniel
Primary Family Names: Jean/Jean Benwell
Secondary Family Names: 
Time Period: 
Particulars: Looking for information on my grandparents

Name: Deborah Walsh
Time/Date Entered: 7:13 PM  -  5 Sep 2017
Email: Debberwalsh@gmail.com
Gaspe Connection: My ancestors moved to New Richmond in the 1800s
Town/Village/Area: New Richmond
Primary Family Names: Walsh Foran
Secondary Family Names: Lynd
Time Period: 1800 - 1900
Particulars: My gg grandfather, Michael Walsh was born in New Richmond. His parents were Patrick Walsh and Bridget Foran. He married Catherine Lynd and my g grandfather was their youngest son.

Name: kenneth thomas lyons
Time/Date Entered: 12:33 PM  -  15 Aug 2017
Email: kenlyons144@gmail.com
Gaspe Connection: eva waldron, nee Stewart
Town/Village/Area: York Centre
Primary Family Names: stewart
Secondary Family Names: starnes, sherar, mckinnon
Time Period: 1777-2017
Particulars: Yikes, sorry, Sterling teas and coffee, Thomas Waldron, being the founder in Montreal, Mary McKinnon, the wife of John Stewart, sailor and father of Charles., Jane Stewart, sister, not dau of Charles Stewart.

Name: kenneth thomas lyons
Time/Date Entered: 12:17 PM  -  15 Aug 2017
Email: kenlyons144@gmail.com
Gaspe Connection: eva waldron, nee Stewart
Town/Village/Area: York Centre
Primary Family Names: stewart, waldron, starnes, sherar, caldwell, mckin
Secondary Family Names: melvin, sprong, sheddon, mcvey, shearer
Time Period: 1777-2017
Particulars: Correction to my blurb of aug 14, 2017, James Stewart of Town of Gaspe, son of annabella stewart, she the dau of rev charles stewart and annabella campbell, james married bridget o'hara, peter was this annabella's brother and was chief justice in st.john's isl, he never came to gaspe. Now, details prev omitted, john stewart and Mary Mckinnon were parents of Charles Stewart, the grandfather of my grandmother, eva waldron, nee stewart, she born in york centre, moved i believe with her Uncle Philip Stewart and family when they moved to montreal, which is whetewhere she met and married John Stanley Waldron, son of Thomas Eslron and Susan Gore, Thomas being the founder of Stetling teas and coffee in montreal and later taking a few of his family to vancouver to establish the business there as well, his sons Percy and Clifford Waldron to maintain the business in montreal. Charles stewart had 3 siblings, jane stewart, john sedding stewart, b 10 jul 1822 in new carlisle, and adam, b 18 dec 1824. Charles married margaret maria starnes, note crrection from prev info, 1848, she was dau of philip starnes, b 1796, and mary jane sherar, b 1801 , philip stanes was son of daniel starnes and jane sprong, while mary jane was the dau of james sherar and margaret mcVey, b 1770 in Sdotland, d 1846, and james the son of thomas sherar and jeanne melvin, another loyalist family to new carlisle. Mary mcKinnon was dau of neil mckinnon and margaret sheddon. Finally jane stewart dau of charles, m. James caldwell 16 jan 1840 in new carlisle. Still need to figure out link of the veuve stewart and james stewart from paspebiac 1777 census to john stewart of new carlisle. I thinking best bet james and the veuve stewart might derive from dispatched soldiers 78th fraser highlanders, there is new info out this year canada 150 with names of some of the english and scottish soldiers who were at quebec, on the plaines of abraham.

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