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1. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND Digest, Vol 3, Issue 4 [1]
----- Original Message ----- From: "LILLIAN JUDITH DECRISCI" To: Sent: Monday, January 21, 2008 2:46 PM Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND Digest, Vol 3, Issue 4 > Hi I not sure what you are looking for ? Something from NF or the states? > Judy > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Ed" > To: > Sent: Sunday, January 20, 2008 1:49 PM > Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND
2. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
Thanks Debbie and again, good luck with your search. Carol On 28-Jan-08, at 9:23 PM, Deborah A. Sweeney-Faiola wrote: > Carol, I really don't know much yet; but I will keep your email for > the > future. Debbie > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Carol Reid-Matte" > To: > Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 8:34 PM > Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST > > >> Hi Debbie. >> >> I hope you don't mind me asking, but would you be connected to a
3. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
All of the names you've listed are not in my research. Iam sorry that I cn not offer any help.Good luck in your research. Debby ----- Original Message ----- From: "Carol Reid-Matte" To: Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 8:34 PM Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST > Hi Debbie. > > I hope you don't mind me asking, but would you be connected to a > "Johanna Sweeney" who married a Wiliam Reid (circa 1850) somewhere in > Nfld? I am researching the W
4. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] FORD Nicholas and Julia [1]
There are a lot of them missing so don't give up. Most of this is in the St. Johns area. You might try the Maritime History site/ ----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris Leslie" To: Sent: Friday, January 18, 2008 5:08 PM Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] FORD Nicholas and Julia > Hi Judy, > > Many many thanks for that, back to the drawing board I guess!!! > > Regards > Chris Leslie in sunny Auckland New Zealand. > -----Original Message----- > Fr
5. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
Judy, thank you; I found that site also - not much luck though. Again, thank you for your time. Debbie ----- Original Message ----- From: "LILLIAN JUDITH DECRISCI" To: Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 3:04 PM Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST > The Rooms in St. John-'s PO bos 1800 in St. John's NF AIC 5P9 They are > not > cheap but do have records. I live in Geogria so that is about all I can > do. > My gt grandmother was born in St. John
6. [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] BARNES [1]
Good evening: I have been researching my family history of the BARNES surname and there seems to be a connection with the information you have written about. The Barnes that I am researching hail from Lincolnshire in England. I have found two brothers by the name of THOMAS and WILLIAM who immigrated to Brigus from England, but I have no date of entry. Thomas had four children who were named John Thomas (married Susannah Lush), William Henry (married Dawe in Port de Grave), Sue (married John Normand in
7. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
The Rooms in St. John-'s PO bos 1800 in St. John's NF AIC 5P9 They are not cheap but do have records. I live in Geogria so that is about all I can do. My gt grandmother was born in St. John's there is a site cherobke or something like that but I am soory I have missed place the web site. judy try New Foundland. Judy---- Original Message ----- From: "Deborah A. Sweeney-Faiola" To: Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 11:50 AM Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOU
8. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND Digest, Vol 3, Issue 4 [1]
Hi Gloria, I found the family of James Morris and Margaret McManus in the 1880 U. S. Census, and the census taker, bless them, even wrote down their street address in Philadelphia. I also got confirmation of their emigration date from a distant cousin, Bill Morris. In rereading my post, I see that I neglected to say that James and his family lived in St. Johns, Newfoundland, as did John Morrissey and his wife, Mary. Both John and James were coopers. Sorry about that. Here's where they are in the c
9. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
there is a death of Edward age 60 in Carbonear on Tues. Feb 18 1879 ref is Sat March 15 1875 but does not give the paper no birth for Jeremiah' also a marriage to a Bridget Pope in Little Placntia NF Friday the 14 of Dec 1883 by a Rev Brennon source Evening Telegram Hope this helps The source for the death is the Harbour Standard Hope this helps Judy ----- Original Message ----- From: "Deborah A. Sweeney-Faiola" To: Sent: Thursday, January 17,
10. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
Hi Debbie. I hope you don't mind me asking, but would you be connected to a "Johanna Sweeney" who married a Wiliam Reid (circa 1850) somewhere in Nfld? I am researching the William Reid line (as well as Nolan and Kelly) all of Nfld. Good luck to you with your search. Cheers. Carol
11. [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
I am researching Edward Sweeney of Ireland? or Carbonear married to Helena ? Dooley - had son, Jeremiah Sweeney born 5/24/1869 in Carbonear. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Also, if someone could tell me how to check births, marriages, etc. on this site or on the web also?
12. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND Digest, Vol 3, Issue 6 [1]
Hi Judy, I'm looking for information from NF. Thanks, Susan Alexander Message: 1 Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 13:16:09 -0500 From: "LILLIAN JUDITH DECRISCI" Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND Digest, Vol 3, Issue 4 To: Message-ID: <001201c85c59$b38c72f0$2f00000a@userfb28775ccd> Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset="iso-8859-1"; reply-type=original Hi I not sure what you are looking for ? Something from NF or the states? Judy ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ed" To:
13. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
Thank you Judy and excuse me for my tardy reply. I have not been able to find out any info yet but I will keep your email to see if that is my Edward. Could you tell me where I would send a request for Jeremiah's birth in 1869 in Carbonear? Thank you very much for any time you can give my request. Debbie ----- Original Message ----- From: "LILLIAN JUDITH DECRISCI" To: Sent: Friday, January 18, 2008 4:51 PM Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LI
14. [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] FORD Nicholas and Julia [1]
Hello listers, I am trying to find my Nicholas and Julia FORD, whom I understand went to Newfoundland from Devon. In 1861 a son Edmund FORD was born in Newfoundland. In 1866 I have Edmund arriving in Massachusetts on the ship Jubilee, along with his brothers Nicholas Henry, Frederick and Frank. They were accompanied by their Grandmother Fanny WOOD, wife of Thomas. There is no sign of the parents Nicholas and Julia Which makes me think they probably passed away in Newfoundland? I have had
15. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
Here's the website you are looking for http://ngb.chebucto.org/ you might also try this one as well. http://www.rootsweb.com/~cannf/index.html Best wishes ed ----- Original Message ----- From: "LILLIAN JUDITH DECRISCI" To: Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 4:34 PM Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST > The Rooms in St. John-'s PO bos 1800 in St. John's NF AIC 5P9 They are > not > cheap but do have records. I live in Geogria so that is about
16. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] FORD Nicholas and Julia [1]
I have a CD from NF and I only have do not see a nicolas or a Julia for deaths. If you need some thing else maybe I can locate it. Judy ----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris Leslie" To: Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 9:43 PM Subject: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] FORD Nicholas and Julia > Hello listers, > > > > I am trying to find my Nicholas and Julia FORD, whom I understand went to > Newfoundland from Devon. > > > > In 1861 a son Edmund FORD was b
17. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] Maloney/Mullowney & Barker [1]
Since my mother's death, I have been researching my family tree in order to pass it along to her grandchildren. I even made a trip to Newfoundland last June to see my grandmother's grave (my grandmother died when my mother was 3) and meet some cousins I never knew I had. They do not seem to be able to help me with too much of the family tree as they were not that interested (as many of us aren't) until the information is almost lost. The other difficulty is that some of the family (even brothers) were
18. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] FORD Nicholas and Julia [1]
Hi Judy, Many many thanks for that, back to the drawing board I guess!!! Regards Chris Leslie in sunny Auckland New Zealand. -----Original Message----- From: can-newfoundland-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:can-newfoundland-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of LILLIAN JUDITH DECRISCI Sent: Saturday, 19 January 2008 10:44 a.m. To: can-newfoundland@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] FORD Nicholas and Julia I have a CD from NF and I only have do not see a nicolas or a Julia for deaths. If you need som
19. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND Digest, Vol 3, Issue 5 [1]
Hi Ed, My Morris family members (John Morrissey and James Morris) in St. Johns, Newfoundland were catholic. Sorry, it didn't occur to me that I should include that. I don't think that I've left anything else out. Thanks. Susan Alexander Message: 2 Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2008 15:19:36 -0330 From: "Ed" Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND Digest, Vol 3, Issue 4 To: Message-ID: <07AD8B57D37F454C92CA8196B76BB057@EdPC> Content-Type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset="iso-8859-1"; reply-type=
20. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
Carol, I really don't know much yet; but I will keep your email for the future. Debbie ----- Original Message ----- From: "Carol Reid-Matte" To: Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 8:34 PM Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST > Hi Debbie. > > I hope you don't mind me asking, but would you be connected to a > "Johanna Sweeney" who married a Wiliam Reid (circa 1850) somewhere in > Nfld? I am researching the William Reid line (as well as Nolan and >
21. [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] Fryer [1]
I am sorry I deleted your mail before I took down the info. I have found a William Fryer who died Frid. 07 March 1834 in a town of Wimborne, Dorset the counry of redsidence was England he was in the firm of 2 others plus Fryer. The source is Times and General Commericial Gazette. It was referenced Wed. 14 May 1834 There was no George and the firm was not noted as to the service they performed. Judy
22. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
Debbie thank you for your reply. Deb ----- Original Message ----- From: "TerraNovaSkies" To: Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 10:42 PM Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST > All of the names you've listed are not in my research. > > Iam sorry that I cn not offer any help.Good luck in your research. > > Debby > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Carol Reid-Matte" > To: > Sent: Monday
23. [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] Christian/Kristian CLAUSEN or KLAUSEN [1]
I am looking for information on the following Christian (Kristian) KLAUSEN or CLAUSEN who it appears immigrated to Newfoundland from Denmark. According to family stories he was a sailor and he fell in the first war possibly at sea and according to an old family postcard that his sister's (Margrethe) family has there is a memorial erected at St Andrews located in Newfoundland in memory of parishioners who fell in the 1914-1918 Navy, Army. Christian CLAUSEN was born in Denmark on the island of Bornholm.
24. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND Digest, Vol 3, Issue 4 [1]
Hi Susan, I do not see where you stated what religion the family were / is . Most BDM details are recorded by religion and lookups would take less time. You might be more likely to get a response. :-) ----- Original Message ----- From: "Susan Alexander" To: Sent: Sunday, January 20, 2008 3:07 PM Subject: Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND Digest, Vol 3, Issue 4 > Hi Gloria, > I found the family of James Morris and Margaret McManus in the
25. Re: [CAN-NEWFOUNDLAND] NEW TO LIST [1]
Hi Chris Thanks for your email -- it's very interesting ... I'm not sure where it will take us, but here goes ... My great-grandmother was Catherine Kelly, born 1869 to Bridget (Mary) Nolan and 'possibly' James Kelly. Supposedly Bridget (Mary) Nolan left Ireland and arrived in Newfoundland in the late 1880s or early 1890s, although I have nothing to prove that. Catherine Kelly married William Reid in either 1892 or '93 (in St. John's, I believe). I have not been able to find a stitch of in

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