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  Posted by Kelly from Whonnock, BC
Posted on : Oct 09, 2017
Thank you for putting this site together. You have given me information to continue my pursuit with my grandmother's father side of the family. The Ross family from Ireland. You have narrowed it down to about 1820 when the family arrived in Canada. One of the first Protestant family's to settle in Frampton. Also, my grandmother's mom, side of the family. The Bagley's, also from Ireland and a family from Frampton. If anybody has any information and/or evidence on the history of The Ross Family prior to 1820, I would love to get in touch with you.

  Posted by Jean from Georgia- NY orignally
Posted on : Sep 24, 2017
I have enjoyed both Irish Needles 1 and 2, I was looking for the Family sheet you put on Ancestry but can not find it. My ancestors were Bernard Fitzsimmons and Mary Johnston or Johnson my 3x great grandparents, their daughter Elizabeth 1844 is my 2x ggm. Looking for more info on their parents or siblings

  Posted by Kelly from Freehold, NJ
Posted on : Apr 26, 2017
To Jan Enright: are you related to the Rev. W. J. Enright?

  Posted by Jan Enright from Phoenix AZ
Posted on : Apr 13, 2017
Am attempting to find some listing of children who attended school in Frampton from about 1840 to 1860. Frampton had one of the first schools that included both Catholic and Protestant children. They were divided up after this. Does anyone have access to these lists? I've searched on line, but if I can't find anything I will attempt to research on microfilm next time we go to Salt Lake City (August it looks like). Thanks

  Posted by Christine Elsey from Vancouver Canada
Posted on : Feb 27, 2017
My great grand mother was Isabel (or Isabella) Anderson the daughter of Archibald Anderson and Eliza Smyth and originally they were all members of the Frampton Irish. Archibald and his family moved out West (living in the Prairies)finally moving to Victoria B.C. in the later part of the 19th century.

  Posted by Jennifer B from Sioux Falls, SD
Posted on : Nov 11, 2016
My great, great, great grand parents were married in St-Édouard, Frampton, Québec in 1864. The moved to the US in 1868. They are John James Gunn (McElgunn/McElgan) and Bridget Francis Foley. John was born in Ireland and Bridget was born in Quebec. Still researching their history. Any help is welcome.

  Posted by Peter Connors from Ottawa, Ontario
Posted on : Apr 19, 2016
My mother's family in Frampton were Mary Levy and Jeremiah KILDUFF. They were the grandparents of Peter KILDUFF, my great grandfather,who lived in Kingston Ontario and later in Ottawa. Among his accomplishments was the building of the steel dome of the Library Building of Parliament Buildings in Ottawa. In his bid for the job,he offered to build iron doors for the library as a fire prevention aid. The government accepted and when the Parliament Building burned down,the library survived intact. He al also build several large paddlewheel ships that plied the Ottawa River between Ottawa and a lock approaching Montreal. Their is also evidence he was a friend of the Prime Minister Sir John A. Macdonald.

  Posted by Ron oakley from Port Elgin, Ont
Posted on : Apr 16, 2016
The last part of my query didn't post. I wondered since I have had no luck finding the surname data base Dennis put on, has anyone been able to access it? Thanks, Ron

  Posted by Ron Oakley from Port Elgin, Ont
Posted on : Apr 16, 2016
I tried to access Dennis McLane's Frampton Irish surname database, to which I have a paid membership, but received the following:

  Posted by David Patton from Washington, DC
Posted on : Apr 06, 2016
My ancestors include Murphys and Sinnotts, with a connection to Frampton. Thanks for all the information ...

  Posted by Linus from Calgary
Posted on : Mar 18, 2016
Québec....before someone corrects me.

  Posted by Linus from Calgary, Alberta
Posted on : Mar 18, 2016
Oh, no doubt Quebec City had another great St. Patrick's Day. Hundreds, OK thousands of Quebec natives of Irish heritage have moved out of province or even abroad but the core remnant parties on every year. Vive les Irlandais du Quebéc!

  Posted by Anne Conway from Donnacona Quebec.
Posted on : Mar 16, 2016
A cousin just sent this Frampton Irish web site. I would be curious to know if there are many Conway families in Quebec. No doubt we are related. Quebec City will be having a big celebration on March 17th in Quebec City. A great day for all. Happy St. Patrick's Day Anne Conway

  Posted by Kelly Barry from Freehold, NJ
Posted on : Mar 16, 2016
Just wishing everyone who reads this board a very happy St. Patrick's Day, with many more to come.

  Posted by Anne-Marie Smith from Murphy
Posted on : Feb 07, 2016
J'aimerais savoir si Sean Murphy ou Peter Murphy ou quelqu'un de la famille Murphy auraient des photos à envoyer par e-mail sur les familles Matthew Smith né 1820-1892 and Elisabeth Murphy née 1816-1900. C'est gens habitaient le Rang de la Montagne à St-Raymond, P.Q. Sa peut être aussi des photos sur des lignées plus haut . Ils font parti de la famille Charles Black Murphy. Merci envoyé à Anne-Marie Smith

  Posted by Pearl Riendeau from BEAUHARNOIS QC.
Posted on : Jan 18, 2016
I'm the great grand daughter of Winifred Gorman sister to your great grand father, and I always knew that Uncle Willie had moved to Chicago. I'm the last of the Baker family.I would like to hear from you.

  Posted by Pearl Riendeau from BEAUHARNOIS QC.
Posted on : Jan 15, 2016
My COMMENT ON William Gorman From St Chrysostome QC. posted for Clare Gorman McGee from Chicago I am the daughter of Mary Baker ,who was Winiford Gorman grand daughter . Hope this message reaches you! Pearl

  Posted by Pearl Riendeau from Beaauharnois Qc
Posted on : Jan 15, 2016
William Gorman your great grandfather was a brother to my great grandmother Winniford Gorman and he visited my grand parents on the farm at St chrysostome. My mother Mary Baker passed on 3 yrs ago and Edward her brother died on Dec. 22 ,2015 Uncle Willie left for chicago and I have some family photos. Pearl

  Posted by Darlene Duncan from Massachusetts
Posted on : Sep 26, 2015
I found a news clip death of William WAWNE 1846, Yorkshire, Eng. mentions he lived 26 yrs in Frampton, Qc.

  Posted by Michael Laughrea from Montreal
Posted on : Sep 25, 2015
It would be nice to know that some connection exists between Owen Murphy, mayor of Quebec City between 1874 and 1878, and the ancestors of the Frampton Murphys. Owen Murphy married Elizabeth Laughry. Sarah Laughry, sister of Elizabeth, married Francis Doherty, the son of a Frampton Irish.
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