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  Posted by Doulas Gordon from Claresholm Alberta
Posted on : 03-May-2010
I am so pleased to find this site. James Doherty and Margaret Corrigan of Frampton are my great great grandparants and I realy enjoy reading about what went on back then.

  Posted by Cindy Donahue from Oakville, Ontario
Posted on : 03-May-2010
Hello all: Frampton Quebec Catholic Cemetery is now online at www.gravemarkers.ca Once there, click on Quebec, then Chaudiere-Appalaches, then La Nouvelle-Beauce. Scroll down to Frampton Township and click on Frampton Catholic. That completes the five cemeteries my granddaughter and I photographed in Frampton and St. Malachie. Cindy

  Posted by stephanie cyr from Mmontreal
Posted on : 02-May-2010
DOYLE NÉ 28 AOUT 1974-BORN 28 AUGUST 1974 JE RECHERCHE MES PARENTS A QUI ON AURAIS DIT QUE JE SUIS DÉCÉDÉ A LA NAISSANCE,OU ILS MAURAIENT DONNÉ EN ADOPTION.JE SAIS JUSTE QUE MON PERE TRAVAILLAIS AU C.N.R (CANADIEN NATIONAL RAILWAY)DE RELIGION PROTESTANT.JE SUIS VICTIME DUN TRAFIC DE BÉBÉ NAISSANT.A LA NAISSANCE JE PORTAIT LE NOM DE FAMILLE DE DOYLE.SI VOUS AVEZ DES INFORMATIONS CONTACTEZ-MOI jumeaux.disparus@yahoo.ca.MERCI! I AM LOOKING FOR MY PARENTS THAT THE DOCTOR TOLD THEM THAT I DIED AT DELIVERY,OR THEY GAVE ME IN ADOPTION.I JUST KNOW THAT MY FATHER WAS WORKING AT THE C.N.R (CANADIEN NATIONAL RAILWAY)AND PROTESTANT RELIGION.I AM A VICTIM OF A BLACK BABY MARKET!I AM FROM MONTREAL.IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION,PLEASE CONTACT ME AT jumeaux.disparus@yahoo.ca .THANK YOU!

  Posted by DDuncan from Massachusetts
Posted on : 22-Apr-2010
To Margaret Suitor. Going back in time: John DOHERTY and Jane Emily CRAWFORD > William DOHERTY and Maria Victoria DOWNES > John DOHERTY and Rebecca DUNCAN. I've traced three couples; John DOHERTY and Rebecca DUNCAN, John McLAUGHLIN and Catherine DUNCAN, and my GGG Grandparents James DUNCAN and Mary Ann McCONNELL. All three of these couples had children baptized at the First Presbyterian church in Derry City, Londonderry, Ireland in the 1820s. Then they are all in Frampton, QC in the 1830s. I assume the three DUNCANs are siblings. - My email: chwy58 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  Posted by Janice McGrath Day from Denver, Colorado and Boston, Mass.
Posted on : 16-Apr-2010
To Stephen Byrnes. I just picked up your message from last month and wanted to ask you about your friend, Tim McGrath. I know we're related, probably through the O'Rourkes and then the Hickeys. Especially if Tim would like to catch up a bit with all the 'modern-day' McGraths, I'd love to hear from him. My email is daydame@q.com. Thanks, Stephen.

  Posted by Cindy Donahue from Oakville, Ontario
Posted on : 11-Apr-2010
St. Malachie Catholic Cemetery is now on line at www.gravemarkers.ca. Once there, click on Quebec, then Chaudiere- Appalaches, then La Nouvelle-Beauce. Scroll down to Frampton Township and click on St. Malachie Catholic Cemetery. There is only one more to go.

  Posted by Cindy Donahue from Oakville, Ontario
Posted on : 11-Apr-2010
St. Edouard's Chapel Cemetery is now on line at www.gravemarkers.ca Once there, click on Quebec, then Chaudiere- Appalaches, then La Nouvelle-Beauce. Scroll down to Frampton Township and click on St. Edouard's Chapel. This is the old Catholic Cemetery. Most of the headstones are gone but a year marker was erected for all buried in that year. The person who runs the site put the photo of each marker then a scroll with each persons name and burial date.

  Posted by Lynn Drouin from Frampton
Posted on : 10-Apr-2010
GaryK from Coquitlam : scan me your photo. My Mother knows Kinsely people from Frampton such as Martin Kinsely that stayed neighbor to her family. adress: drouin_lynn@hotmail.com

  Posted by GaryK from Coquitlam
Posted on : 10-Apr-2010
I have an old photo of the Family Farm in Frampton. If any of you might have known the Kinsley Family, maybe you can look at it tell me who some of the people in it might be

  Posted by Lynn Drouin from Frampton, Québec.
Posted on : 08-Apr-2010
Hi,This message is for Ian McGillis,Peace River. AB. I was looking photos at my Aunt and I happened to see a picture of Marcella Fitzgerald. My Grandmother Marcella Colgan was the grandaughter of Ellen Fitzgerald. Ellen was James Fitzgerald's brother and he his your Grandfather.

  Posted by Margaret Suitor from Guelph, Ontario
Posted on : 07-Apr-2010
I am addressing this comment to D. Duncan, Mass.USA. My Mother was a Doherty, from St Malachie the eldest of 10 children. One of her sister's married Richard Mc Laughlin and one of her brother's married Elsie Mc Laughlin. I have cousins still living in St Malachie and Quebec City/ I would be anxious to hear from you and how we are related.

  Posted by Kelly Barry from Freehold, NJ
Posted on : 06-Apr-2010
To Stephen Byrns: I, too, am decended from the Connors (O'Connor) and Kelly clans. My great grandfather was John Kelly (b1836) and great grandmother was Bridget Connors (b1838) Can you tell if these are the same clans as your people. Let me know what you think at kvbarry@aol.com

  Posted by DDuncan from Massachusetts, USA
Posted on : 02-Apr-2010
My post got cut short. (darn)

  Posted by DDuncan from Massachusetts, USA
Posted on : 02-Apr-2010
--- To Krista Harper --- Interesting... my GG Uncle John DUNCAN ended up in Escanaba, Delta Co., Michigan. He died there in 1928. From his obit,

  Posted by DDuncan from Massachusetts, USA
Posted on : 02-Apr-2010
I emailed you, Ginny. To other researchers; my Frampton family research focuses mainly on DUNCAN, McLAUGHLIN and DOHERTY. I have traced those surnames back to Baptisms at the First Presbyterian Church in Derry, Co. Londonderry, Ireland. Email me at: chwy58 (at) yahoo (dot) com

  Posted by Ginny Haen from Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin
Posted on : 01-Apr-2010
D Duncan, Could you please e-mail me at ginnyh999@yahoo.com? I have a couple of questions for you. We corresponded some years ago about the Rutherford family. I just tried your old e-mail adddress and it came back so I need your current one. Thanks.

  Posted by DDuncan from Massachusetts, USA
Posted on : 01-Apr-2010
Thank you Cindy!

  Posted by Cindy Donahue from Oakville Ontario
Posted on : 30-Mar-2010
Just letting you know that St. Paul's (Hemoson) Cemetery in St. Malachie Quebec is now online. www.gravemarkers.ca Go to QUEBEC --- Chaudiere-Appalaches --- La Nouvelle-Beauce --- scroll down to Frampton Township click on St. Paul's. Cindy

  Posted by Cindy Donahue from Oakville, Ontario
Posted on : 29-Mar-2010
To: Stephen Byrns. Hello Stephen. we are related through the Falls Line. The first time I was in Frampton I had a nice conversation with your mom, Frances. She drove me up to Cranbourne and out to th lake on the 5th rang. Please tell her I said hello. My new email is ceeceedon@gmail.com

  Posted by Cindy Donahue from Oakville, Ontario
Posted on : 29-Mar-2010
Hello All, Just wanted to let you know that the pictures for Springbrook Anglican Cemetery in Frampton Quebec, that my granddaughter and I took, are online at: www.gravemarkers.ca Once there, click on Quebec, then Chaudiere- Appalaches, then La Nouvelle-Beauce. Scroll down to Frampton Township and click on Springbrook. The rest of the Cemeteries in Frampton and St. Malachie will be up soon. Cindy
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