Cemetery Locations Around Missisquoi Bay by David Ellis

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Some Cemetery Locations Around Missisquoi Bay
I (David Ellis) have had difficulty locating some of the cemeteries in the region around Missisquoi Bay. With a lot of help from Doug Macfie for those in Clarenceville and Noyan region and from Brenda Birch for those farther west, I have managed to mark many of them. The following list contains links to the location in Google Maps. Most of these cemeteries are distinctly visible in the centre of the satellite image. If you zoom out from these positions without changing position, the location becomes readily apparent in the context of the town.

A recent addition to Google maps has permitted a further feature - the ability for you to directly 'visit' some of these cemeteries yourself. [I recommend you experiment with this using Dairy Valley Baptist cemetery in Clarenceville to see the effect.] After Google has loaded the map, you will see an orange colored icon of a person in the navigation bar on the left. Click on that person and drag them onto the road closest to the center of the map and hold them there a moment without releasing the mouse. [Look for the green highlight underneath the person to see what is indicated.] If the road develops a blue line along it, you have got a good one. Release the mouse and wait for the Internet to download images. You may click in the picture and drag it around to see the entire surroundings or may zoom in and out. Look for the white arrow heads in the road and click on either one to move down the road in the direction indicated. [To return to normal viewing mode, click the 'close window' symbol that is actually on the map in the top right corner.] Google is expected to add more routes over time. Because cemeteries are often not close to a reasonable road, only about half are visible at this time.

Check out David's list here

Stanbridge East Church of England in Canada St James Baptisms, marriages, burials 1852-1879

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Church of St James the Apostle Stanbridge All by Nancy

You can now view and search all the transcription data on spreadsheet that allows for viewing of records by names ( persons, witnesses) and dates etc. Many thanks to Sam!

To open spreadsheet go here
You can look at the original records at Family Search here

Addie Allen Autograph book from 1874-1875 Stanbridge

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Addie Allen Autograph

Some of the names are :Myrtie, May Cornell, Emma, Sanford Brenhauer, W.H. Jacques, Helen Gardner, H.L. Perry, Charles L. Jacques, Carrie, Emma O. Pettingall...

May Cornell may be daughter of SH Cornell census 1871
Helen may be daughter of Morency Gardner census 1871
H.L. Perry may be son of Henry Perry census 1871

Pettingall St Albans VT
Jacques St Albans VT
Otherss from Boston and Mass

If you know anyone from this book email me cunningb2@gmail.com

Orientation Services for Clients Library and Archives Canada

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Deaths in Year 1851 Stanbridge East

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Deaths in Year 1851 Stanbridge East 1851 Census

Early Settlers of Stanbridge East

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Early Settlers of Stanbridge East

Stanbridge East Newspaper : Township Reformer

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Stanbridge East Newspaper: Township Reformer

Stanbridge Agreement to Form 1800

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Stanbridge Agreement to Form 1800

Missisquoi connected families in mystery photo

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From an email I received....

I have sent this photo to so many people, genealogical societies, libraries etc. In hopes of discovering where this photo was taken, and what was
the occasion. I was thinking that maybe you could post it to your blog to ask your readers to comment.
Unfortunately, the possible date span of 1910-1913 places my family in several locations. So I cannot even begin to pin down where this Library was located. It had to have been a very important occasion for them to all get together.

The photographer wrote April 10 on the front, but my grandfather wrote the year 1913 on the back. A few of the people in this photo are of my family. Surnames, Howie, Rider, Hand and Mayo to name a few. My belief, however not positive, is that the couple seated in the
center of the front row is Clara Annette Rider, and her spouse Robert Alexander Butterworth. Don't quote me on that though. The last census I find is 1891 listing Robert & Clara Butterworth in Shefford, Quebec, Canada. I believe he remarried in 1915,
after this photo was taken....Someone in a prior response to my requests noted that many of them have a white button they are wearing. Not sure what this was for.

If you have ideas about this photo email Rich

Richard Howie howieventura(atnetscape.net

Charles E.Conklin Ancestry

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Conklin Charles E Ancestory

Conklin in Troy, Orleans County, Vermont; Stanbridge, St. Armand, and Dunham, Missisquoi, Quebec; and Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont.
Evert or Everts in Stanbridge and St. Armand, Missisquoi, Quebec
Darby in Stanbridge, Missisquoi, Quebec
Buxton in Proctersville, Windsor County, Vermont
Perault in St. Armand, Missisquoi, Quebec
Fleming in St. Armand, Missisquoi, Quebec

Townsend Hall family research- Farnham

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Townsend Hall Final Ver