submitted by: Maureen Gallagher firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames: MEANY
John GALLAGHER's (Aug.1922 - Sept.1997) parents were Mary MEANY and John GALLAGHER from Kilkenny and Donegal respectively. His parents married July 17 1917 at St. Michael's church on St. Viateur street and always lived in the mile end district. John GALLAGHER Sr. worked for the railways across from the Irish Black Rock on Bridge street.
My father John GALLAGHER Jr. worked for Northern Telecom from 1938-1982 with an interuption when he went to war with the RCAF 407th squadron.
Please see the photo of John GALLAGER and friends (1942) at St. Pie de Bagot and tell me if you can identify the others in the picture.
submitted by: Carl Gee email@example.com
related surnames: TURNPENNY, NEAL, AMBROSE, SHEA, MILLER
My great grandfather Albert Owen GEE was born October 20, 1852 in England. He came to Montreal sometime between his birth and the time of his first marriage around 1875.
Albert had three wives:
His second Wife Sarah Anna NEAL was from Ireland. She was
a nurse. They had 5 children:
3. Albert Owen Geeís third wife was Arella AMBROSE. They had two sons. I donít know their names.
The children may not be in the correct order of birth. Most of the children of Albert Owen Gee were born at 37 Metcalfe St. near Cote St. Paul Road. They were all Christened at St. Judes Church, corner of Vinet and Coursol St. in Montreal. I'm looking for any descendants of this GEE family.
submitted by: Ann Gillespie Shoemake Annshoe505@aol.com
related surnames: DIXON, CARSON, DOCKERSON / DICKESON
Henry GILLESPIE (1810-1886) and Ann DIXON (1810-1876) had 10 children while living in St Johns, Quebec (on the Richelieu river). Several died as young adults but John, Farnham, Thomas, James Brock & Isabella married & had families that probably continue today.
By 1880, several of the family members had moved to Montreal. Henry, after retiring from his carpentry & furniture business in St Johns, lived with daughter Isabella GILLESPIE & her husband, Joseph Hugh CARSON & their daughter Ann Mabel CARSON in St Anne's ward. They were active Methodists. The Carsons are buried at Mount Royal cemetery.
Surviving children of Henry GILLESPIE and Ann DIXON were:
GILLESPIE married Elizabeth (surname unknown)
* Thomas GILLESPIE
* James GILLESPIE
* Brock GILLESPIE
* Isabella GILLESPIE married Joseph Hugh CARSON (see Carson query)
Would be happy to exchange information related to this Gillespie family.
submitted by: Jane Patrick firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames: CLEMENTS, TOOKE
* William Arthur Cecil HAMILTON married Frances Mary CLEMENTS in the early 1900's. They had a son, James Bedell HAMILTON, who married Elizabeth Morecroft TOOKE. I am their daughter, Frances Jane HAMILTON.
WAC HAMILTON had brothers:
* H. D HAMILTON, a doctor who did not marry;
whose wife was Annie, I believe.
submitted by: Donald Harrison email@example.com
related surnames: BUTLER
My paternal grandparents, Phillip HARRISON born January 17, 1888, (died January 17, 1956) and Kate BUTLER born October 24, 1890, each of Wednesbury England, married there and immigrated to Montreal. Lived out their lives in Montreal, raised a family, including my father Phillip William Butler HARRISON. All are deceased now. I am searching for their records.
submitted by: Bob Hartley firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames: FRAPPIER, LAMASNIE
John Postlethwait HARTLEY was born Dec.4,1836 Dublin Ireland (Reg. St. Mary's church) He was the son of Robert HARTLEY, born England 1779, (Wheaton and Ashton Hall in Statfordshire), died 1856 probably in Dublin, Ireland.
John P. HARTLEY married
Feb. 20,1868 in Dublin , Glasverre church. Name of wife unknown!
Issue 2-3 sons 1 Daughter
HARTLEY, b.???, Dublin Ireland, married Lillian??? Died
1940-1950s Worcester, Leicester Mass. USA (Part owner of Sleeper
and Hartley Inc. Worcester., Mass.,)
HARTLEY, born 1871, Dublin Ireland He
married Margarette Geraldine FRAPPIER in 1896. Died 1936 ..
buried East Templeton P.Q. Dunning Cemetery. Migrated to Uruguay
S.A. in 1901 or 1902, with wife and daughter Louise.
born - ??? Ireland Married Gamble LAMASNIE
Other names, i.e. Horace, Robert, Wilfred have been mentioned in passing, one time or another over the years. Horace and Robert were brothers of Eleanor ?????
My HARTLEYs migrated to Canada 1875 - 1890. Any information on the above would be very gratefully appreciated, especially , birth dates of children and arrival in Canada. There is no one left that we know of with this information. We have more from the 1900s to the present, but very little prior to.
submitted by: Marc G. Vallieres email@example.com
related surnames: KANTERDOLLAR, FLEMING, PICHETTE
James HAY: born ca1781 in Orkney, Scotland. (I looked at the Orphir records, where he entered the Hudson's Bay Co., but his baptism does not seem to be there. Probably from another town). Spent some time at Chesterfield House for HBC. (We looked at the HBC files at the NAC and found interesting stuff. Seems to have liked fighting!).
He left the HBC and found work at the St.Maurice forges, near Three Rivers, Qc. He got married in Three Rivers (protestant) 8 Nov 1807 to Margaret KANTERDOLLAR.
They had four children:
in Three Rivers),
James HAY was working
for the North-West Company in Montreal when
he died 19 Apr 1818
What we are looking for is the Orkney part (in which town was he baptised in1781, who were his parents, etc.). My wife's great-great-grandmother was the daughter of Olivier PICHETTE and Margaret HAY.
Submitted April 28, 2000, by Robert M. Henderson firstname.lastname@example.org
Related surnames: GIBSONE, BOTTRELL, MARLING-SAUNDERS, RENFREW
I have a large number of Henderson ancestors in the Quebec and Montreal areas.
I know my gggf, William Simpson HENDERSON was buried in Montreal in 1857 from the Mountain Street Wesleyan Methodist Church. I suspect other family members may be buried there also.
William's brother, John HENDERSON was in business in Montreal for many years as Henderson, Brother & Co., hats and furs; in the 1850s the name was changed to John Henderson & Co., Hatters and Furriers.
In the late 1860s there was a firm Marcou & Henderson, furriers, in which James Henderson was a partner. I believe this James HENDERSON to be related. He lived for a time.
John HENDERSON was also in partnership with his brother, William Simpson HENDERSON in Quebec originally under the name of W. S. Henderson, London Hat Warehouse. Over the years the name of this firm was changed as cousins were taken in and the original partners retired. Today this firm is Holt Renfrew and has branches all over Canada.
Other names associated with
the family in Montreal were GIBSONE and BOTTRELL.
Maj. John Burford GIBSONE was the brother of the Hon. George Farrar GIBSONE and Lt. Gen. William Primrose GIBSONE, all of Montreal. The GIBSONE male line died out in 1945 when Lt. George Derek GIBSONE, GGHG, was killed in action near Melfi, Italy.
Edmund BOTTRELL, a Wesleyan minister at Lennoxville married the widow of Thomas RENFREW, in 1838. Her maiden name was Mary Ann Jane HENDERSON, daughter of George HENDERSON, Esq. of Quebec City.
I am trying to find the immigrant ancestor, who I suspect was James HENDERSON, Sr., who died in Batiscan, Quebec, in 1851, aged 70 years. His wife's name was Elizabeth. Burial was in Mount Hermon Cemetery "near Quebec".
My Quebec Henderson ancestors seem to have been a veritable Clan and moved back and forth between Quebec City and Montreal. There must be some living descendants in Montreal, but I have been unable to make contact with any and there are no family trees on the internet that can be identified with any of the above people.
submitted by: Kathy Zavada email@example.com
related surnames: GILLIES, SHERLAW, WESTON
Montreal records :
John HENDRY born Caithness,
Scotland 3 Jan 1857.
John died Westmont, Montreal
Oct 1929. Wife Margaret died Westmont 15 jan 1918
submitted by: Sheila Hennessy Gicoleal@aol.com
related surnames: KENNEDY, BENTLY, BROWN, TURNER
My Hennessy ancestors are R.C. and spent from 1850s to 1950s living in Pointe St. Charles, and were members of St. Gabriel's R.C. Church on Centre St. in Pointe St. Charles (Montreal). They were living in Montreal before 1840's.
They were, Michael HENNESSY b. Tipperary, Ire. approx. 1815 and died in Montreal, July 1888 and his wife Ellen KENNEDY b. Tipperary, approx 1817 and died in Montreal abt. 1891. Unsure where the marriage took place, but we think it was in USA.
The children were:
submitted by: Patty Brown firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames: SHEARER, CROW
In 1879 at Olivet Church in Monreal William HOGG married Addie Marion SHEARER, (b.abt.1854) daughter of Andrew SHEARER and Elizabeth CROW of Montreal. They left Montreal shortly afterwards but I have no idea where they went. Some relatives say they went to the U.S., but no-one knows where. I have no idea when or where William HOGG was born or who his parents were. Are there any decendants of William HOGG and Addie SHEARER out there?
HUMPHREYS / HUMPHRIES
submitted by: Al Allen email@example.com
related surnames: CHERRY, BLISS
The ancestors I am researching are Joseph Archibald HUMPHREYS (possibly spelled HUMPHRIES) and his wife, Sarah Maria CHERRY. She was a native of England; he of either Ireland or Wales.
far as I can determine Joseph HUMPHREYS
and Sarah CHERRY emigrated to Canada from Ireland about 1850 and
settled in Montreal. I come to this conclusion because my maternal
grandmother, * Sophia
Alice HUMPHREYS, was born in Dublin
Humphreys and Sarah Cherry had two other children born in Montreal :
the parents arrived in Canada from Ireland they brought with them at least
three other children, my grandmother, Sophia, and two older sisters :
By 1871 when the Census was taken in Ottawa all these children were living there together, except for my grandmother Sophia Alice HUMPHREYS, who had married civil engineer George Pidgeon BLISS and with him was migrating westward, eventually to settle in Manitoba. I don't know when or where she married George Pidgeon BLISS, but it is certainly likely the wedding took place in Montreal, where her parents lived. As for the date, it could not have been after 1871, because in the 1891 Census in Winnipeg a 20-year-old son named Charles BLISS was living with them there. Though I have no evidence of it, there may have been children older than he, which would push the marriage farther back. At any rate, it would certainly have been a Church of England ceremony, for George BLISS was the son of a Church of England priest from New Brunswick, the Rev. Charles Parke BLISS.
I don't know when Joseph HUMPHREYS and Sarah CHERRY arrived from Ireland. I don't know what his occupation was, or where they lived in Montreal. I don't know when either of them died or where they are buried, though it's likely to have been Montreal.
submitted by: Daryl Lightfoot firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames: SCHAW, COCKBURN, WHITELAW, McNEE, STIRLING, FUREY, GILMORE, MacNIDDER, LUNAN, BURROWS, CORRIGAN, BARBER, MORRIS, PRINGLE, MERCURIO, STEWART
John and Helen (nee SCHAW) HUNTER, emigrated to Montreal c.1819 from Leith, MLN, SCT. John was a ship's chandler in Leith and followed a similar line in Montreal for a little while after his arrival there. This HUNTER family subsequently became the founders/pioneers of Huntingdon village, Co.Huntingdon - some first hand oral history of the move to Huntingdon in Robert Sellar's "History of Huntingdon....." (1888). I'm currently seeking info on all descendants for possible incorporation in a definitive family history of this Hunter family.
submitted by: Linda Wampach email@example.com
related surnames: MCQUEEN, WILSON, HILL, MATHESON, MAWHINNEY, KORVER
Alexander IMRIE came to Canada as a young man with several friends. For several years, they worked throughout Canada and the Eastern United States doing construction work and other labor. This would have been during the 1880's. One of the friends died so Alexander volunteered to take the body back to Scotland, saying that he would return to Canada. Well, he finally did after 20 years and 12 children.
He and his wife, Amelia Lamb MCQUEEN brought all of their children to Montreal in 1911, I believe on board the Hisperian. Amelia died in 1933 and Alexander eventually moved to California to live with his daughter, Margaret WILSON. He died in 1949.
His children scattered across
Canada and the US; at least one branch stayed in Montreal.
I would appreciate any information the IMRIE's; ancestry, descendancy and especially any information on Alexander's history. His mother was named Elizabeth IMRIE but I have not been able to determine an age for her. Alexander was born in Dundee in 1863 and no father appears on the birth certificate.
Please visit my web page at http://imrie-wampach.genealogy.org to see the indexed surnames that I have accumulated so far. Please let me know if you can contribute to this.
submitted by: Raymond H. Brooks firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames: BROOKS
I am seeking information on MARY ELIZABETH JACKSON who was born in Montreal,Canada, TLC about 1833 . Her father was HENRY JACKSON, Mother's name unknown. But both parents are said to have been born in Canada.
Mary E. JACKSON married
a THADDEUS E. BROOKS in Westminster,Vermont,USA in 1860.
Submitted by: Gene Jeffrey email@example.com
Related surnames: COWIE
Seeking information about
the families and descendents of George JEFFREY
1785-1843 a blacksmith
of Montreal at Petite Cote, and his wife Margaret
submitted by :Marjorie Mikasen firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames : SNOWDON
Looking for the descendants of Charles JOHNSON (1850-1926) who was married after 1865 in Montreal to Jane Gould SNOWDON. (see Snowdon query)
Children of Charles Johnson
and Jane Gould Snowdon:
submitted by: Michele Lockwood Michnted@aol.com
related surnames: LOCKWOOD
Looking for Joseph KING from Montreal. He married a Louisa who was born in Paris France. I believe he was Protestant as were most of our lines. Joseph and Sadie were married by a Reverend, so I will assume Protestant. Joseph King was a tailor. At some time they moved to Massachussettes (Boston) where they had at least 1 child.
Henry KING in 1878.
submitted by: Wendy Wilson Dubdubroot@aol.com
related surnames: UPTON
George Pomeroy KNOTT (b. Mar 25, 1854 England or Ireland, d. before 1937 in Westmount, buried Mount Royal Cemetery) married to Margaret Jane UPTON (see UPTON query) in Nov 1880 (Anglican - possibly in Montreal).
They had two children:
On the 1901 Census, they are living at 4488 St Catherine St. and George is listed as a Plasterer. I am looking for any information regarding this family and details of George's emigration to Canada abt 1874.
submitted by : Barb and Cliff Bowles email@example.com
related surnames : AIRD, WISHART, SPIERS, SHERRIFF, JOHNSON, SOMERVILLE, HUNTER, WALKER, FALCONER, MILROY, EGAN, RITCHIE, COOKE, WELLER
Lymburner MACNIDER b. 1788 in Kilmarnock, Scotland
Adam Lymburner MACNIDER was
a Montreal Merchant and also resided in Metis, PQ.
submitted by: Marjorie Mikasen firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames: THOMAS, GURNEY, MAFFRE, PERREAULT, CARRUTHERS, FAIRBAIRN, TATE
I am looking for the descendents of Joseph MAFFRE Sr. and any information regarding the lives of our common ancestors.
Sr. born about 1792, raised in England from about age two. died c1855
Joseph Sr. and Lucy¹s
Joseph Jr. and Jeannie CARRUTHER's child:
* Frederick MAFFRE (?-?) Furniture maker in Montreal and later in New Glasgow
* Marie MAFFRE (about 1821-?)
married February 27, 1845 in Montreal to William TATE (b.1804) (see TATE query)
* Henry "Harry" Maffre (1823-?) Music instructor and later dance master
* Mary Anne Maffre (1826-?)
* Alfred Maffre (?-?)
* Charlotte Maffre (?-?)
submitted by : Lucille Cuevas c/o Patty Brown
related surnames : WELBY
Looking for any information on the ancestors and descendants of Dominic MALT and his wife Rebecca WELBY. Dominic was of Italian background and Rebecca immigrated to Montreal from either England or Scotland. She was probably born in the 1890s? (see WELBY query)
Dominic and Rebecca were
married in Montreal probably in the 19-teens.
They lived on Versailles street. After the death of their mother (1920s?) the children were sent to live with other families in Montreal. Susie MALT went to live with the VAUGHAN family on St. Antoine street, the unknown daughter went to live with a family in Westmount, but we have no idea where Tommy MALT and Rita MALT went. We know they were living somewhere in Montreal in the 1940s.
Susie MALT attended the High School of Montreal in the 1940s and had teachers such as Mr. SPEERS and Miss PICKEN. She became a musician and won many awards. The family attended St. George Anglican church.
Any information on this family would be greatly appreciated!
submitted by : K.R. Johnson KRJohnson@InfoAve.Net
related surnames : STENHOUSE
Looking for relatives of
Fanny Selina MASLIN, b. 1863, London, England.
I'm wondering if the whole family emigrated to Canada or whether Fanny came alone. Family history alleges that she had brothers who became lumberjacks.
MASON / HERBERT
submitted by: Janet Noyes (nee Mason) email@example.com
I'm looking for information on my G-G Grandmother Jane HERBERT. All I know is that she married George Albert MASON in 1865 in Montreal. They settled in the Eastern Townships, Brome County.
submitted by Brooke Fry firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames: ROBINSON, SHAW
Sisters, Jane MATHEWS
Ann MATHEWS, b. Ireland. Migrated to Montreal.
Also trying to confirm whether Jane and Ann MATHEWS were sisters of Martha MATHEWS, wife of William SHAW, founder of Shawbridge, Quebec, now Prevost, and whether Sgt. Major Daniel MATHEWS was their father or brother. Looking for any MATHEWS data.
submitted by: Linda Wampach email@example.com
related surnames: BRASSINGTON, BOMMER, IMRIE
(b. Northern Ireland c1857), and Hannah Eliza
BRASSINGTON came to
Montreal with their 12 children in 1905-1906 from Bolton/Manchester, Lancashire,
moved to New York.
Thomas MAWHINNEY married
Louisa BOMMER while they were in England. The had eloped in
Bolton in 1905. Theirs was an elopement with a twist. His mother
did not want him to marry Louisa and locked him in his room. His
friends came in the night, pushed a ladder up to his window and helped
him escape. He and Louisa were married 2 days before Christmas.
He went to Canada with his father and some brothers and Louisa followed
a year and a half later with his mother and the rest of the family.
I am looking for any information
on the people above; specifically about Radcliffe MAWHINNEY. He
was born somewhere in Northern Ireland around 1857. At some point,
he moved to England where he met and married Hannah Eliza BRASSINGTON
in 1880 in Bolton, Lancashire. Hannah died in 1925 and Radcliffe
in 1929. They are both buried in Mount Royal cemetery.
I know that Radcliffe's father, Robert MAWHINNEY, was a farmer
and died about 1893 but I have no clue as to a location except Northern
Ireland. I am also collecting information on descendants which I
will post with permission.
submitted by Malcolm Paterson firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames: ALEXANDER, PATERSON, JAMIESON, HAMILTON, WILLIAMSON, WILKINSON, THURSBY, LADE
James McARTHUR, a mason, b.abt.1810, married Helen ALEXANDER, "Married at Glasgow the 25th November 1831 by the Revd Michael Willis, minister of the original Burghor Chapel, Renfield Street, Barony Parish." James died bef. 1857. Nothing is known of Helen's death.
James and Helen had 6 children,
all born in Tradeston, Gorbals, LKS, four of whom survived to aduldhood:
Nothing more is known of David or James.
Helen McARTHUR married a man by the name of HAMILTON, was subsequently widowed, and in 1871 she married William PATERSON (see PATERSON query).
m.(1)15-Sept-1857, Largs, Ayr to Margaret Graham JAMIESON (b.Aug.
1835, Largs, AYR, daughter of David JAMIESON and Margaret
Margaret died bef.1874.
Colin, m.(2) bef.1874, Annie WILLIAMSON. (b. in Mar or Apr of 1848, possibly the daughter of John and Hannah WILLIAMSON in Childwall, Lancs.) This marriage seems to have been childless.
In 1874 Colin brought his family to Montréal, Québec, Canada where he founded a Wallpaper Manufacturing company. He died 8-Dec-1901. Nothing more is known of Colin's first child, Helen. She may have died in infancy or early childhood.
Jamieson McARTHUR, m.30-Jul-1889 to Rose Mary
dau. of Thomas Coxon
WILKINSON and Jane Pierce THURSBY.
David Jamieson McARTHUR died 26-Feb-1902. His son Colin McARTHUR, died 22-Oct-1932. No more is known of him at this time.
Colin McARTHUR (Sr)'s
third child, Margaret McARTHUR, seems never to have married. She
Looking for ancestors of James McARTHUR and Helen ALEXANDER, possible descendents of Colin McARTHUR (Jr), and generally fill in the gaps.
submitted by: Don MacDougall email@example.com
related surnames: BROWN, MONK
Duncan McDOUGALL m. Elizabeth/Isabella BROWN at St. Gabriel's church Montreal in 1832. Duncan d. 1846?; Elizabeth/Isabella d. 1845. (see BROWN query). Any info on where buried? Duncan was a farmer in Long Point 1834-1843. Anyone know how to get info about Long Point during that period; ie land records etc?
Duncan may be related to Alexander McDOUGALL, Montreal blacksmith who married Jane MONK, March 1835, St. Gabriel Church. Any related information or clues appreciated.
Submitted by: Penny Carpenter firstname.lastname@example.org
Related surnames: CHRISTMAS
Jane Gillespie McCAUGHEY
b. 7 July 1848 St.Henri de Montreal, Quebec d. 7 Dec1913 Mtl.
m. Thos.Henry CHRISTMAS
25 June 1874 American Presbyterian Church, Montreal
Other known children
of James Scott McCAUGHEY were:
Am interested in finding out more about the family of James Scott McCAUGHEY who left Ireland for Quebec(?) right after his marriage to Isabella KEERY (sailed for Canada 9 May 1839)
submitted by: Patrick Boylan email@example.com
related surnames: O'NEILL, SEXTON, FERNS, HAMBLIN, TEMPLETON
I'm looking for information on McKennas from Montreal. The information that I have now is listed below:
Thomas MCKENNA was born Abt. 1860. He married Bridget O'NEILL in Montreal. She was born Bef. 1870. Thomas may have been born in Montreal however, went to School at Chistian Brothers academy in Chicago.
Children of Thomas MCKENNA and Bridget O'NEILL are:
MCKENNA, b. Abt.1870 (played with Montreal
Shamrocks and won the Stanley Cup)
submitted by: Gary Mair firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames: CREIGHAN
John or James McKENNA who married Mary CREIGHAN had 13 children, three daughters died along with parents of the flu around 1914. He worked for the Railroad as an electrician. Any info would be greatly appreciated as this is all we know.
Submitted by: Brooke Fry email@example.com
related surnames: ROBINSON
Looking for information on Hugh MILLAR who is buried in Section L 535 at Mount Royal Cemetery. He was a widower of Mabel Alice ROBINSON; born Montreal October 9, 1883; died: May 8, 1967 at age 83 years. His late residence was 72 Belmont Crescent, Westmount. I am a Robinson descendent, and would like to know how his wife was related to my Robinson's.(see Robinson query)
Submitted by: Ann Gillespie Shoemake Annshoe505@aol.com
Related surnames: LOVELL, CARSON
Adam MILLER (d 1826) and Theodora LOVELL (d 1848) came to St Johns, PQ in 1820 where Adam was schoolmaster at the government school. Some years after his death, Theodora and her children moved to Montreal.
By 1841, Adam MILLER Jr and Robert MILLER were active booksellers, specializing in school texts & distributing publications from John LOVELL. In 1850, Ann MILLER, probably a younger sister, married Hugh CARSON at St James Methodist church. (see Carson query)
The Miller association with bookselling continues for at least two more generations. Because this family re-uses so many given names, it has been difficult to reconstruct the family group. Just how many children did Adam & Theodora have?
Submitted by: Warren Sadler firstname.lastname@example.org
Related surnames: TATE
Looking for the descendants of:
Robert MITCHELL and his wife Mary TATE b: Feb. 12, 1837 Montreal (see TATE query) who were married January 4, 1860 at St. George Anglican church in Montreal
Robert MITCHELL was
the founder of Robert Mitchell & Co, also
known as Montreal Brass Works (founded c1851).
Submitted by: Warren Sadler email@example.com
Related surnames: WHITEFORD, BROWN
On December 31, 1850 at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Montreal, John MORRISON of Lachine married Margaret WHITEFORD (see WHITEFORD query)
They had the following children:
Does anyone have any info on this family?
submitted by: Patty Brown firstname.lastname@example.org
related surnames: ROBB
George William MOSS married Annie ROBB, (see Robb query) daughter of William ROBB and Anne MORRICE in Montreal in 1861 and had at least 5 children. George, Annie and two of their children are buried in Mount Royal cemetery but the others seem to have disappeared.
George William MOSS
b: Abt. July 12, 1835 (or 1826! ) Manchester, Eng. d: May 22, 1895 Montreal
submitted by: Carol White email@example.com
related surnames: FERGUSON
Mary Jane MUNRO was born in Scotland in the late 1800's. She married John FERGUSON in the 1900's in Dunbarton, Scotland and had 3 children. The family came to Canada in 1922 and resided in the Montreal area till her passing in 1953. (See Ferguson query)
submitted by:Kathleen Holland firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for a link to Michael MURPHY (parents Michael and Bridget) who was born in Pittsburgh, PA in the 1870's and emigrated to Canada c1900?.
All I have to direct me to Montreal are two photographs; one is of a family of four and the husband most definitely looks like one of our Murphy men. The photo was taken by O.J. Desjardin, 1509 Rue St. Catherine, Montreal. The second is of two little boys dressed up like farmers, taken by J. H. Fournier, 329 Rue St. Catherine, Montreal.