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  1. I am looking for information on my grandfather Ernest Neumann born 1900 Ontario and great-grandfather Franz Neumann born 1863 West Prussia, married May 12 , 1892 Germanicus, Renfrew, Ontario to Auguste Emily Goglin. Residence 1901 Raflan and Radcliffe, Renfrew, Ontario.

    I am looking for information on how Franz got to Canada. I know that he came into Montreal and made his way to Maynooth, Ontario.

    I am going to Germany in the fall and have the opportunity to visit his home location if I can find it.

    I’m hoping you can help.

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  2. I am looking for my G. G. Grandfather William Gleeson (or Gleason) married to Mary Dwyer. of Irish roots they were both born in Tipperary Ireland I am unable to find there marriage certificate or birth certificate but, the head stone might help I have been looking for a few years off and on would you have any information on this
    thank you
    anything would help

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    1. Hello, Whilst researching my family’s genealogy, I discovered that my Great-Great-Grandparents, Robert (born @1825 in U.K.) and Mary Hamilton-Sully (died 27 Dec. 1891), are buried in Old Chelsea Cemetery along with several other Sullys, to whom I do not know how I am related. Firstly, I am elated that great effort was made to preserve the cemetery, of which I will always be grateful. Secondly, are there records that might tell me how the other Sullys are related to my Great-Great-Grandparents?

      Thanks very much!

      Richard Riddell

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      1. are all publications available to be viewed at the library

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        1. Yes they are. All are welcome to view them. It is a reference library only with no checkout capability.

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        2. Does the 8 volumes of the Carleton Place Herld contain the complete transcription of the notices? We have the indexes and wanted to check it wasn’t the same information before we ordered them for Archives Lanark

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          1. Yes, they include the complete transcriptions. Take a look at Gene-O-Rama to see what is included.

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          2. Chapeaux Quebec or Ille Aux Allumette is only 10 minutes from Pembroke Ontario. I found a Charles Boisvert in a search, but the years are off. Check church records. You’d be surprised. Some of them are actually in english. It’s so close to Ontario. Good luck with your search.

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          3. Hello: I am trying to find information re Anthony Cooke born 1793ca in Castlebar, co mayo ireland. His wife Catherine Henneghan,Cooke born in 1813ca in Castlebar, Mayo, Ireland. They were married October 4, 1833 in Castlebar, Ireland. In the 1851 census they were in Richmond, Carleton County Ontario.
            Their children,Anthony, John, Catherine, and Susanna were showing in the 1851 census. I have no record of this family after 1851. These are my great, great, great, grandparents Gower Ontario has been mentioned as their address. Would you have any info like address, death, their family members in Ontario and any other information you might have. A reply would be appreciated. Thank you.

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          4. I’m interested in early records of the Prescott area Blue Church. I know it burned down in a fire in 1840 marriage, Baptismal, and death records from 1812-1820 .. anyone know if there are any?

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          5. I am looking for info about my grand father and his cousin Jack.

            My uncle has some of the platoon pictures taken I am trying to get him to allow me to get copies, but he is very guarded of the documents.

            with your assistance I may be able to help you find the individuals your looking for if they were apart of the first 100 fire fighters .

            please contact me by my cell if your able to help at all

            regards

            Tamaira morgan ( Cardill)

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          6. My great grandfather, Charles Henry Boisvert, said he was born in Pembroke, Ontario in 1850. I am looking for his parents and siblings names and any info about them. Charles met my great grandmother, Nettie May Jones in Raisin Valley, Michigan around 1880 and they later moved to Clatskanie, Oregon where they are both buried. I have been trying to find his parents for several years. All the Boisverts I find are in Quebec. I am going to order the Burials in the Pioneer Cemetary…. Pembroke… In hopes I will gets lead there. I live in North Louisiana, USA, and would be glad to reciprocate help from here if ever needed. I will appreciate any help you can give me!

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          7. je recherche de deces de paul leblanc né 1823 région de la gaspesie possibilité qu’il sois deceder à arnprior ou carleton ontario merci

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          8. Hi,
            My great great grandfather who spoke French came from Upper/West Canada in 1862. He indicates on a Marriage record he was born in Prescott, Canada. His parents are Augustus and Eliza or Elizabeth Rose Wood(s). His name was Louis Wood born in 1832 give or take. Can I see the ages/dates of the Wood’s buried in Ottawa to see if these are even possible ancestors or do I need to purchase all records? As I am looking for records before 1840, is this possible? I am finding lots of Irish, Scottish but not much for French Canadian’s in this area. His parents and last name don’t sound French but it is clear in the history I find he spoke French and could not read or write.
            I am wondering, how I look for a French Canadian in this time frame in this location. If you could direct me I would very much appreciate any guidance. For now, I am catching up on my history both of the US and Canada–by the way, we don’t learn enough history of Canada in US schools!

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          9. Are complete copies of back issues of the electronic version of the Ottawa Genealogist available on-line? I am a member of the Ottawa Branch and have recently requested (to the editor) that I receive only the electronic version. I would like to know whether I can discard my backfile of the printed issues and access them online instead.

            Thanks,
            Barrie Burns

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            1. This is a good question. We have all copies online but currently access is restricted. We are investigating what changes can be made to allow members to view back issues.

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            2. Is it possible to view OGS cemetary transcription films MS 451 Reel 18, and MS 451 Reel 84

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              1. Hi I was just at St Gregoire RC cemetery in Vankleek Hill looking for my gr-grandfather David Sabourin who passed in June 1928.I was told he was buried there but after spending quite a time there was unable to find him.Is there some place that has a record of his buried there and does he have a headstone??Amplanning on going back later this summer and would very much like to find it.thank you.

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                1. Check with the priest at the church, or sent me the infos royal.myre@hotmail.com and i will check it out for you, Genealogy is my favourite hobby and I do searches for many people (free of charge)

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                2. When my mother died Arlington, Virginia, she expected that a small amount of her ashes be carried back to her childhood home and distributed at her parents’ grave. Her parents are both buried in the Protestant Cemetery (also called Riverview) i Chute a Blondeau, East Hawkesbury Township.

                  I’d hoped to make the trip this summer and distribute her remaining ashes. I understand that I will need permission from the cemetery and the Canadian government to do so. How do I go about getting the permissions that I need?

                  Thank you,

                  C. Pierpont

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                  1. Thanks to the help of several volunteers we have learned the following.

                    You will have to contact the cemetery operator directly to see if they have any policy on this.

                    This website discusses spreading of ashes in Ontario in general terms.

                    Contact information for the cemetery can be found at this site. Just select option 2 and use cemetery number 03459.

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