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Robert Colombo [email protected], Please try, is a very large group of folks with that name. Samuel RAYMOND born in 1865 Parents being John RAYMOND born in 1834 and Matilda Gordon born in 1836. Some said he deserted, but much of the story does not match the facts which I have found.

The Drouin Collection of records (available by subscription online) may be a help to you if you feel he may of had French roots. I am hoping to find where the families of John and Matilda came from. I believe shortly after he arrived in August of 1814 and after the Treaty in 1815 he may have been given a military land grant.

Sometimes they use the word "chosen" or some other word for an adopted child. Virginie was the daughter of Theodule Chenelle and Victoria Ramsay. 28, 1857 and baptized as an adult in the Methodist church Stanstead Twp. Sadly I have not found much on the first names you have mentioned. Their ladies must have been very popular with the Raymond men. John Clifford [email protected] missing birth/address information I am seeking is on Albert F SABALL (SABOLL). 1833-1892 And was buried at Fitch Bay with his wife Naomi MARTIN (1831-1888)and son Joseph Cephas SABALL (d. ) Saball Groton, Massachusetts [email protected] am looking for information on Alonzo & Mary ALEXANDER such as where they lived in Georgeville, the vital stats on their children who were born in Georgeville.

I want to begin by telling you how much I appreciate your time with me on the telephone today regarding the SABALL ancestry. 1949 Massachusetts His father was Louis Sabolle and was baptized at (Sacred Heart) Missions des Cantons de l'Est 28/05/1839, age de 3 semaines Francois et Adelaide Gravelle, journalier du canton de Stanstead Along with SABOLLE, Felix 8/05/1839 age de 2 ans 3 mois SABOLLEMarie-Philomene bapt 11/07/1842 nais 13/06/1842Alphay, Louis, Cyrus, George, Marie, Alfred, Emma The relative with the Masonic Symbol was Julius G SABALL (jr) b. The records for the parish of Sacre Coeur when it was served by a missionnary priest are on a few pieces of paper that were copied by someone who had gone to the diocese office years ago. However if you were to have a look at the Drouin Records you should find all catholic records there. I do not find the name Raymond on the 1791 NH census but there are several in Vermont. My grandfather was born in Georgeville, so I am assuming the other children were as well.

I say birth records for his parents because most all Beebe's in North America are decedents of John Beebe, 1650 and were born in the US, going up to Canada to fight in the War or to settle, but again being born in the US..

Our branch doesn't seem to be attached to that tree since most of them immigrated to Canada in the early 1800's. Lewis Beebe and just a few names down in the same town, is an Ephraim Bebe.

I was just reading some of the Log Cabin chronicle posting and I thought maybe you could give me some direction.

I am trying to trace my husband's family who were from the Stanstead area.

If you live near one of the many Franco/American or Canadian /American genealogical societies they may have the Drouin records inhouse for your use. I believe he may be the George William Price ABBOTT who died in Hatley on Sept. He married a Laura BUSHAW on in Piermont, NH and Laura ABBOTT shows with two children (Eugene Lester ABBOTT & Katie ABBOTT ) in the Hatley 1881 Census living with her father and mother, Lewis & Mary BUSHAW. The stone being old, probably doesn't reflect an accurate read. I am trying to find out what happened to John RAYMOND and was his ancestry French, English, Irish, Latvian? ) RAYMOND may be of French descent I would assume we can rule Matilda GORDON as a transplanted New Englander. According to Stanstead's land records, Alonzo bought and sold a few lots.The missing birth/address information I am seeking is on Albert F SABALL (SABOLL). 1833-1892 And was buried at Fitch Bay with his wife Naomi MARTIN (1831-1888) and son Joseph Cephas SABALL (d. The American - Canadian Geneological Society in Manchester, NH (which isn't terribly far from you I believe.) has a super collection of Quebec records and the Drouin collection. Armonde (Camber) West, formerly of Georgeville, now of Ayer's Cliff, has a connection to your family and information and photographs. Names of children: 1) Charles Westley b.1864 in Georgeville 2) Nellie b.1866 3) Hattie b.1868 d.I read with interest your website regarding the comings and goings between Stanstead and Vermont. Two other Raymonds but no proof they are related but from Stanstead at one time. 1872 of snake bites 4) Samuel b.1870 5) Carroll Amel b.? Here in Vermont there cannot be found records of their deaths in the state archives or grave sites.I am trying to find out where my g g g g g grandfather came from but it is not in your area. His name is James ROBERTS b 2/26/1773 (I don't know where) d 8/2/1825 Swanton, VT. Adopted/ a French Canadian, always claimed he was an Alexander. If possible: 6) James & 7) Ruamy or "Amy" ALEXANDER parents to Alonzo....d. Background There is a probability that Alonzo' father and mother had moved back to his Canadian home when Alonzo and Mary moved to Georgeville. Alonzo's father came originally from Portugal, arrived in Canada in the Portuguese army under command of the British.Can you possibly point me in a direction that might help me find more information. He told his family he had changed his name to James Alexander after leaving the army.

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