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  Posted by Murphy Élizabeth from Québec Qué
Posted on : Mar 17, 2014
My gggrand father was James Murphy 1786 1856 and live a part of is life at St Ferdinand d'Halifax it is near by Frampton.was He from the same family .. .I can't find when He came to this town. He was maried to Honorah Keought He had 5 children John Julia Charles, Margareth, Patrick ...It is possible that they come from Richmond Eastern Township first because my grand father live in Stoke and John my ggfather is in the cimetery at Stoke.Isearch on this area but it,is like a mystery .Iwould like to know where the arrived first.You have made so much search for this family Murphy that may be you can help me.I hope that you understand my english I am french with an irish name. I hope to go at Frampton in july may be somebody know about this branch of Murphy .Thank's I like to read your comment I just discover your blog

  Posted by Rachael Austin LaCasse from Skowhegan,ME
Posted on : Mar 17, 2014
Great site! Grandfather Sylvester

  Posted by Paule Brochu from Born in Québec City, now living in Gatineau (SW of the Québec Prov.)
Posted on : Mar 16, 2014
I remember, when I was young, going to Frampton, St-Isidore, St- Édouard, etc. What nice memories. My simple comment today is to thank Dennis McLane for his involvement in the survival of this web site. Also, I would like to thank to thank everyone who contribute to this site. Thanks A+ Paule Brochu Looking for the story of ancestors Henry Cooper (b. 1810 Ireland) and Elizabeth Murphy (b.1814 Ireland) who got married in november 1836 in Québec (Canada).

  Posted by Paule Brochu from Born in Québec City, now living in Gatineau (SW of the Québec Prov.)
Posted on : Mar 16, 2014
I remember, when I was young, going to Frampton, St-Isidore, St- Édouard, etc. What nice memories. My simple comment today is to thank Dennis McLane for his involvement in the survival of this web site. Also, I would like to thank to thank everyone who contribute to this site. Thanks A+ Paule Brochu Looking for the story of ancestors Henry Cooper (b. 1810 Ireland) and Elizabeth Murphy (b.1814 Ireland) who got married in november 1836 in Québec (Canada).

  Posted by Joan Chaffin from Colorado
Posted on : Mar 13, 2014
Finally found my hiding Nash family. What fun to find them today. Thomas Nash and his wife Mary Sullivan.

  Posted by Kelly Barry from Freehold, NJ
Posted on : Jan 09, 2014
Luan and Thom must be Lucy and Tom O'Grady. Don't know why this keeps getting cut off.

  Posted by Kelly Barry from Freehold, NJ
Posted on : Jan 08, 2014
For Tom Kelly:...the photo labeled

  Posted by Kelly Barry from Freehold, NJ
Posted on : Jan 07, 2014
For Tom Kelly: Great photos on Flickr - enjoyed viewing an earlier era. You are lucky to have them. Many of the names are familiar - especially family names that my parents often mentioned. I knew George and Louis Lafontaine quite well, along with Lizzie. My best friend in summers was Edwin Lafontaine - George's eldest son. The photo of the couple labeled

  Posted by Tom Kelly from Massachusetts and Maine
Posted on : Jan 07, 2014
Also Flickr photos of a Conroy, Rotherforth(Sp?) and a Fahey.

  Posted by Tom Kelly from Massachusetts and Maine
Posted on : Jan 06, 2014
I have posted some pictures to a group on Flickr. www.flickr.com/groups/framptonquebec You will need to be member of Flickr and the group to see and comment on them(free). They are mostly from the early 1900's and include Kelly, Reed, Doran, Courtney, Furlong, Brennan, Cullen, Donahue, Hennesey, Madden, Redmond, O'Grady, LaFontaine, Killganon, O'Farrell, Burns, White, Mitchell, Dempsy, McBean, Carre, Dulac and many unknowns. Any additional information you could fill in or photos you could post to the group would be great.

  Posted by Kelly Barry from Freehold, NJ
Posted on : Jan 05, 2014
For Tom Kelly: My grandmother is Bridget Frances Kelly, but born 1871 - not the one you're searching for. Her father is John Kelly, b 1836 - perhaps related to your Bridget and her sisters? Any progress on breaking out the general Framton photos from your family photos?

  Posted by Kelly Barrty from Freehold, NJ
Posted on : Jan 05, 2014
To Cindy Kelly: Thanks for the info on how to access the Facebook references to the new Frampton book. I'll give it a go. Regarding Kelly relatives, is it possible that you had an Uncle Joseph Kelly, married to Emma? They are my Godparents and were living in NJ in 1951 when I was Christened.

  Posted by Tom Kelly from Massachusetts and Maine
Posted on : Jan 03, 2014
Missing Kelly Sisters – My GG Grandparents James Kelly and Catharine Reed had 5 daughters that I can find birth and census records of in St. Marguerite and Frampton but I cannot find any burial or marriage information on them. I am wondering if anyone out there might have any of them in their family tree. They are Mary (B 1839), Catherine (B 1840), Bridget (B 1846), Helene or Elaine (B 1850) and Anne (B 1853). One possible clue is that my Grandfather Thomas Kelly referred to a Redmond family he visited in New Jersey as a first cousin. That Redmond worked for a car company, possibly GM. Thanks, Tom Kelly – Massachusetts and Maine ETSKelly at Charter dot Net.

  Posted by Ron Oakley from Port Elgin, Ont
Posted on : Jan 01, 2014
Has anyone heard of Nellie Credock/Cradock who married James Johnston Crawford sometime after 1921. Apparently, she had been previously married, so I don't know if Credock/Cradock was her maiden name or not. James was single, and still living with his mother Matilda and 2 brothers in Standon on the 1921 census. James was born Aug 22, 1886, and died Jan 8, 1949, but I can find no record of his marriage.

  Posted by Cindy Kelly from Alberta
Posted on : Jan 01, 2014
To Kelly Barry: another way to get to the book information is to enter Frampton Beauce Quebec Canada in the Facebook search field. This will get you to the village of Frampton's Facebook page. Once there scroll down until you see the information and illustration of the book. Re: your question about ancestors, I'm not sure if any went to New Jersey. There are a few great uncle Kelly's that left Quebec in the early 1900's and not sure where they ended up.

  Posted by Cindy Kelly from Alberta
Posted on : Jan 01, 2014
To Kelly Barry: another way to get to the book information is to enter Frampton Beauce Quebec Canada in the Facebook search field. This will get you to the village of Frampton's Facebook page. Once there scroll down until you see the information and illustration of the book. Re: your question about ancestors, I'm not sure if any went to New Jersey. There are a few great uncle Kelly's that left Quebec in the early 1900's and not sure where they ended up.

  Posted by Kelly Barry from Freehold, NJ
Posted on : Dec 31, 2013
For Cindy Kelly: I could not get access to the Facebook post you linked, and I cannot find the book on Amazon. Do you know where it can be purchased? And is there a special way to get to that Facebook post? Did any of your relatives move to NJ in the 1920s or 1930's?

  Posted by Cindy Kelly from Alberta
Posted on : Dec 30, 2013
The author of book below - called Frampton by Pierre Soucy - refutes the theory that the town was named after Mr. Henderson's favorite author. In his research he found that Ms. Frampton's book was only published in the late 1800's, well after Frampton was settled and named. He surmises instead that it was named after a Frampton located southwest of London in the vicinity of Dorchester.

  Posted by Cindy Kelly from Alberta
Posted on : Dec 30, 2013
Links to a new book written about the history of Frampton, released in the last month. Found this on the internet today. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/? set=a.754566231224667.1073741839.577586978922594andtype=1 https://www.facebook.com/media/set/? set=a.754566231224667.1073741839.577586978922594andtype=1

  Posted by Louise Smith from St-Alexis-de-Montcalm, Quebec
Posted on : Dec 28, 2013
For those interested: William SMITH, son of Archibald and Elizabeth Weir, baptized at Aubigny Anglican Church in Quebec on June 30 1834, married to Sarah McNEELY in 1865 Frampton, appears on census 1881 in Arundel, Argenteuil county, Quebec with his family. He died there on June 22, 1917 and wife Sarah died on May 21, 1936 also in Arundel.
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