Galbraith born 1816 in
|Gallagher||1860s||We are trying to locate a John b. Oct 20 1866 poss. Perth or area. Father is also John. Record in 1871 census for a John Gallagher in Lanark North, 30 yrs. This may be the closest link to our John. John would be 4 or 5 at the time of the census. Mother's maiden name poss. Emma Washington. Thanks for your help.||.|
|Gamble||1800's||John Andrew m. Jean Wilson Truelove d/o Robert & Ellen Sargeant||Bobbie-Jean Gamble||.|
|Gardiner||1821 - 1830||Looking for information on James Gardiner. Settled in Ramsay Township, Lot 19 Concession 8 in 1821; moved to Bastard Township, Leeds County by 1830. Married Mary Ann Polk about 1828.||John G. Gardiner|
|Gardner||1820s||William m. Mary Lindsay. Looking for descendants.||Roxane Mattatall||.|
|Garratt||1800 +||Seeking contact with others researching this family in the Maberly/ Silver Lake area along Hwy 7 in the S. Sherbrooke Twp.||Jerry Reed||.|
|Garvin||1860's||George m. Catherine McKay. Several of their nine children b. Lanark||Cathy Garvin||.|
|Garvin||pre 1817||James bc 1791 IRE & Isabella bc 1791 IRE. First child was born in ON. Military land grant in Drummond Twp. 1820. May have fought in the War of 1812.||Cathy Garvin||.|
|Garvin||1860's||James s/o George & Catherine m. 1862 Merrickville Margaret Richards||Cathy Garvin||.|
|Gavin||1821+||Robert Gavin married Sarah Miller abt 1821 in Scotland. Had 10 children (Jane, Matthew, Agnes, Sarah, Ellen, Sloan, Elizabeth, Robert, William and Margaret. Willing to share information. Looking for further information on Robert and Sarah.||Kelly Deering||WebSite|
|Geddes||1877+||James b. 1877 d. 1957 m. Margaret Emily Duncan b. 1877 d. 1953 d/o James & Janet Turnbull||Jack Donaldson||.|
|Gemmill||early 1800s||? m. Janet Bridget d/o Thomas & Janet Stinson||Carol Wilson||.|
|Gemmill/Gemmell||1821-1880||John settled E-1/2, Lot 16, Con. 1, Ramsay Township in 1821||Tina Gemmell||Home page|
|Gibbon(s)||1816||John ENG to Drummond Twp.||Mary Croft||Surnames|
|Gibbon(s)||early 1800s||Sarah b. 1801 ENG m. John Wesley b. ENG, lived USA then Lanark & Renfrew Counties||Mary Croft||Surnames|
|Gibbs||1837 +||Francis Norman bc 1837 Perth ON m. Madeline Gibbs b. Jan. 10, 1847 Perth ON. Looking for someplace or someone I could contact in Perth to get further info on this family. Any help would be greatly appreciated.||Walter F. Gibbs||.|
|Gibbs||c1860||Seeking info on Hannah who may have been born in or emigrated to Lanark Co.||Joan||.|
|Gilchrist||mid 1800s||Agnes m. Angus Clement s/o Pierre & Madelaine Miconse||John Clement||.|
|Gilmour||1822-?||Catherine b. Sept.1829 in Smiths Falls d/o William & Rhoda Appleby who were m. Ogdensburg NY Dec.1822 before settling in Smiths Falls. Looking for info on siblings.||Sally Rowe||.|
|Gilmour||mid 1800s||E. m. Alexander Duncan s/o James & Jane Purdon||Janet Gosior||.|
|Gilmour||mid 1800+||Elizabeth b. 1859 d. 1930 m Alexander Duncan b. 1855 d. 1935 s/o James & Jane Purdon||Jack Donaldson||.|
|Gilmour||1830+||Hugh b. 1829 m. Ellen Metcalf 1853||Fay Bennett||.|
|Gilmour||1821-1900||Trying to find more information on the
William GILMOUR, who was born in Renfrewshire, Scotland
on Jan. 1, 1792, son of John GILMOUR and Ann WHYTE. Per his father John's Will, (probably made in Ramsay Twp.?) William had a daughter Catherine, who
was acting as John's nurse when his Will was made in 1845. Questions: Who did William marry, where, and when?
Did William have other children? Where did William live at the time of/or following, his father John's death circa 1846?
|Glascott||c1820 - 1825||Anne m. Jean (John) Vanexheim (Vanexan) of the de Meuron Regiment Perth area. He may have been given a land grant there as a de Meuron soldier. Information on any of those land grants (1816) also sought.||Ann & Bert||.|
|Glengarry Light Infantry Fencible Regiment.||War 1812||I'm looking for photos of solders who served in the Glengarry Light Infanty Fencible Regiment in the war of 1812. Many were discharged in 1816 onwards in the Perth area where they were given land grants. Looking for photos of non-commissioned members.||Winston Johnston||.|
|Glover||c1860 - 1875||William & Elizabeth Cosier lived in Ashton/Carleton Place area, Lanark Co. Children: James; Mary Ann; Alfred; & Emily. Other married names of daughters besides Glover are Flunder & Cram. If anyone has any relevant info that could be of some help to me in my research, it would be appreciated.||Edward Flunder||.|
|Godkin||1820 +||Edward James, Sr., b. 1757,
Knockadawk, Kiltrisk Parish, Gorey
Barony, County Wexford, Ireland, d. January 19, 1835 Drummond, Con. 2,
Lanark Co., Ontario, Canada, m. Jane Godkin 1781. Children: Mary,
William, John, Edward Jr., Thomas, Benjamin, Henry, Anne and Barbara.
Will exchange information.
|Golding||c1840||Seeking info on John who may have been born in or emigrated to Lanark Co.||Joan||.|
|Goodfellow||1819 - 1900s||Looking for information on the family or descendants of a number of Goodfellow brothers who lived in the area of Smith's Falls. Some of their daughters married into McLean, Graham, Swan, Lyle families; perhaps others. Thanks.||Diana Gendron||.|
|Gordon||abt 1850-1870||Sarah and Dr. John York lived Innisville. Children: Elizabeth b. 1850 and Selina b. 1855||Lawrence McPherson||.|
|Gordon||1850 +||Johanna McLeod was born May 20, 1862 in
West Zorra Twp., Ont. On Oct 15, 1879 at Knox Church, Harrington, she
married my grandfather Alexander McCallum Gordon, born Mar 10,
1851 in Lanark County. He died Oct 15, 1910, buried at Weyburn, Sask.
Johanna died Mar 9, 1924, buried Harrington. I'm interested in tracing
back on the grandfather's ancestors.
I have a genealogical record of the MacLeod family recorded by a cousin of my father. The cousin was Cecil Douglas Morris, the son of Jeannette MacLeod and Thomas Morris.
Researching John Gordon and his wife Ann/Annie,
who lived in Lanark village from
1864 on. Their oldest daughter Mary Ann,
was born in 1865,in Lanark. Mary
Ann was my Grandmother.
|Gorman||c1836||Daniel s/o Daniel & Mary Ryan m. Sarah "Sally" Murphy 8 Jan 1836 Perth, Lanark Co. They resided in Pakenham. A land deed stated he came to Canada with his family, (but maybe not his parents). Seeking info on Daniel Gorman and Mary Ryan||June Raymond Gorman||.|
|Gorman||c1836||I am researching the family of Daniel Gorman and Sarah Murphy who were married in Perth, Lanark County in 1836. Please contact me with any info you may have on the Gorman and Murphy families. Also connected with this family are the Quigleys.||Terri Carlson|
|Gostlin||c1840-1860s||John 1840 Playfairville m
Johns(t)on. Moved to OH in the 1860's.
|Goth||1862+||Looking for the burial place for James Milton b. September 15, 1862 d. August 16, 1916 m. Mary Martha Allan. They moved to Regina. I understand that when James died his body was returned to Carleton Place.||Belinda Allan||.|
|Gould||1820+||My name is Robert (Bob) Gould and I have some information on the Gould Family that lived in Drummond township from about 1840 to I think1852 or 53. They were my ancestors that came out from Ireland John and Jane Gould. It looks like they lived on Concession 9 lot 4. They emigrated from Ireland in Cavan County and brought two children with them. William b 1836 and Robert 1838. Another son Arthur was born in Montreal on June 8 1840, so that must have been the year they landed in Canada and GGGrandmother Jane (Cooke) Gould would have been pregnant on the Boat coming over. They had two other boys that were born in Drummond Township, John 1843, and James 1849, two other girls were born after they moved into the Ottawa Valley in Renfrew County, Ross Township. Mary Ann b 1852 in Ross Township, and Mary Jane b 1858. I have had another contact with an individual that lives in Picton Ontario, that has traced his wife's Gould family to a Brother of John and his name was Richard. he also lived in Lanark County as well. ON the 1841 census is shows two Gould families from Ireland that live in Drummond a concession apart. The other was a James Gould that looks like they came out in 1820. I wonder if that is not a coincidence. it looks to close.||Bob Gould||.|
I am researching the GOULD, HAYES, SIMPSON and WILSON families in Smith Falls, Beckwith Twp and surrounds.
I have JASON GOULD, born 1801 in Roxbury, N.Y. married NANCY SIMPSON, in 1834 in Smith Falls. Nancy appears to have been born 1810 around Smith Falls. Also an ELIZABETH SIMPSON, born 1788 is noted on a memorial stone in North Elmseley Twp, so is related somehow!
Their son JAMES HENRY GOULD, b.1840 Smith Falls, married CATHERINE HAYES in 1867. Catherine born 1839 in Smith Falls.
Their son JOHN JAY GOULD, born 1876 in Smith Falls, reportedly married (?) ELIZABETH O'NEILL and had a son VANDA JAY GOULD. I can find no record of a marriage or entry for birth of Vanda Jay (he did exist though!!)
The name of WILSON is also within the family but am not sure how it fits in.
Would anyone have ANY information of the above families. Appreciate it very much. Marie in Sydney Australia.
|Graham||c1820+||Armour b. 3-12-1798 m. Catherine (Jiles) Giles. Immigrated from Tyrone Co. IRE. Had a family of 9 children. Both are buried at St. Paul's in Lanark. Would like to hear from any descendants.||Mary Ellen Marino||.|
|Graham||1820-1860||Seeking information on William James Graham
and/or wife Margaret, or any decendents. Came to Lanark County
sometime during period 1818-1822
from Scotland by way of St. Albans, Vermont. Had at least one son, George,
born in St. Albans in October 1822. Would assume they had more than one
child, but can find no records. William had a homestead near Brockville.
His son George married Sarah Sanders in 1847 and they had six children in
Smith Falls during period 1847 - 1867. Names of these six were Martha, Mary
A., William J(ames?), Andrew R., Thomas, and Eliza M. George and two sons Thomas (aged 11) and Andrew left for America in 1867. Have been unable to find any records on remaining children, or on William James or wife Margaret, both of whom presumably died in Smith Falls in mid-1800's. Also possible George fathered a daughter, Sarah, in 1864 with Anne MORRISON.
Thanks very much for any information.
|Grant||1800-1840||Michael b. 1810 m. 1830 to Jane Dack. Who are his parents?||Audrey A. Franklin||.|
|Gray||1865-1956||England to Smith Falls, Ontario||Carol Covington||.|
|Gray||.||James Kirkman m. 9 Nov. 1888 to Catherine Emma Carey d/o James & Rose A. McCauley b. 25 Apr. 1868 Kingston, Frontenac Co. ON. Lived on Christie Lake||John Read||.|
|Gray||1840+||William Barber married Mary Dodds. Thomas Barber born Perth in 1848/49 and married Adelaide Gray born Seaforth 1859. They moved to Minnesota USA. I'm a great-grandson of Thomas. Any information would be appreciated.||Dwayne Barber||.|
Grey/Gray: Seeking information on descendents of William B. Grey (b.1836) of Carleton Place, painter & militiaman in Carleton Place Militia 1866-1867 and wife Jane Shaw (1838-1924). Couple married 1864. Children; (1) Robert John Grey (b.1864) m. Margaret Isabella Stewart in 1894, operated a furniture store and funeral home at Oak Lake, Manitoba (also known as Flat Creek) from late 1890s into 1930/40s, (2) William Shaw Grey (b.1868) married Isabella Jane Ledgerwood in 1891, homesteaded near Oak Lake, Manitoba, (3) Sarah H. Grey (b.1870) married James R. Greig in 1896 and may have moved to Iowa, (4) Agnes Dunn Grey (b.1880).
|Mid 1700s||Seeking ancestors of John Greenley (1775-1854) born at Townland of Knockadawk, Kiltrish Parish, Wexford, Ireland. Tennant of White family at Peppardscastle. Served as a dragoon under Hawtrey White in the Ballaghkeen Yeomanry and wounded in 1798 Rebellion. John may have had a brother George and sister Margaret who were killed in the 1798 and a sister Jane. In 1801 John Greenley married widow Dorothea Blake-Richarson (c1765-1818) of Ballinglen Parish, Preben Parish, Wexford, Ireland. Dorothea Blake-Richardson had three daughters by her prior marriage; Mary (b. c1791), Ann (b.1792) and Elizabeth (b. c1794). John Greenley and Dorothea Blake-Richardson-Greenley had six children; George (infant death), John (1801-1850), Robert (1806-1899), Charlotte (1808-1828), James (1810-1893) and Jane (1813-1844). John Greenley and family emigrated to Drummond Township, Lanark County, (Perth), Ontario in 1817 via the vessel “Betty & Mary”.||
Ron W. Shaw
|Greer||1800 +||Seeking contact with others researching this family in the Maberly/ Silver Lake area along Hwy 7 in the S. Sherbrooke Twp.||Jerry Reed||.|
|Greer||1878+||Comment: Looking for info on a
Whiteside or William Whiteside GREER. Born Northern
Ireland about 1859. Parents:- John GREER and Sarah Jane PORTER.
Siblings:- Rebecca, John, Eliza Ann, Andrew, Thomas D., Sarah, and
Margaret. Came to Canada with family in 1878. Family first
came to the Arnprior area before moving on to Muskoka District.
Whiteside or Wm. Whiteside did not join his family in the move but
Any info would be appreciated
Greig: Seeking information on descendents of James R. Greig (b.c1865) and wife Sarah H. Grey (b.1870). James Greig was probably born in Carleton Place but newspaper notice of wedding (1896) says "of Cardinal, late of Montreal". Couple seems to moved to Iowa USA shortly after their marriage but there is some evidence James Greig was in Iowa as early as 1888. James Greig may be the son or nephew of Carleton Place lawyer Thomas Greig (1839-1888) or of Carleton Place bookseller James F. Greig (1831-1876). He may also have been of the same family as Alex E. Greig (b. c1840) of Carleton Place or Ramsay Township who became Dean of the University of Saskatchewan and married Jessie Shaw (c1870-1965).
|Griffith||early 1800s||James (brother of John) & Annie moved by 1861 with their family: John, Mary Ann, Elizabeth, and Margaret Jane to Maryborough Twp. Wellington Co. near Drayton ON. John, Mary Ann and Margaret Jane all married into the Allan Mitchell family, neighbours in Maryborough and former Montague neighbours also. Any info greatly appreciated and willing to exchange info regarding James' family.||Carol Small||.|
|Griffith||early 1800s||John (brother of James) bc 1815 IRE m. Sarah bc 1811 IRE. Lived on L9 C9 Montague Twp. Lanark Co. as late as 1860s. Children: Margaret Ann bc 1837 m. James Morrison b. 1821; William W. bc 1839; John b. 1843; James & twin sister Annie b. 1849 d. by 1861; Catherine b. 1851; and Rebecca b. 1853.||Carol Small
|Griffith||early 1800s||Robert m July 05 1858 Ann Floyd bc 1836 d/o James & Ann Scott||Eileen||.|
|Guthrie||1836+||James Duncan married Johanna Guthrie September 25, 1836 in Barony, Lanarkshire, Scotland. They had 5 children (Agnes, Annie, Euphemia, Jane and John)||Kelly Deering||WebSite|
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