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Carrie (#47926937)
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Bio Photo My maiden name is Deverson, and my family has done a ton of work tracing our name back to about 1550 in Kent, England. All that traipsing through graveyards in my childhood has obviously left a lasting memory.

Now living in Canada, I'd be glad to help anyone looking for some graves in the south-west of Ontario!
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Photos have been posted by member Sharon of the Hemingway stones you requested. As you will see I created a memorial for the missing members.
Added by Nickole on Nov 12, 2014 6:08 AM
Good day,
I have just added several SUMMERS to I think they may be related to the Bertha Summers photo request I filled for you.
Added by Nickole on Nov 09, 2014 6:36 AM
Kurt Johnson
Jeanie Wyatt
Thanks for the picture of her marker.
Added by Kurt Johnson on Nov 07, 2014 12:50 PM
Susan Harrison
Thanks for putting the info re GORDONS on line. Because of that I found my 3x great grandmother Jane Pyper Gordon
Susan Harrison
Added by Susan Harrison on Oct 19, 2014 3:49 PM
John Hemingway - St. Luke's
From Cemetery: There is no record of a Heminway burial in 1876, or in any other year from 1876 to 1900. However, transcribed in the past from the grave stones there are seven Hemingway burials recorded, from 1839 to 1935. There are two John Hemingways listed - one aged 4 months buried in 1839 and the other aged 70 years 9 months, who died April 18, 1896, husband of Elizabeth. There are four Hemingway stones in a line in the north west corner of the church yard, the 1835 one easy to read, another also readable, but two not so. I hope this helps with your research.
Added by Nickole on Oct 13, 2014 5:11 PM
Patricia Jackson
Kristina M
Since this is a public forum I am just going to give you a few hints....
Lancaster Drive
Gainsborough Court
I'm Kristina's mom :}
Added by Patricia Jackson on Jun 23, 2014 6:13 PM
Glen Jones
Mary Black (Calvert)
Hi Carrie, I have been researching George Calvert who lived in Hannahsville from about 1806 until his death in 1857. He is my great great great grandfather and I am trying to identify my great great great grandmother who quite possibly is Mary Black.

Would you have any information about either Mary of George or other people who might be researching either Mary Black or George Calvert. I would really like to be able to contact them if possible.

Hope to hear back from you

Glen Jones

Added by Glen Jones on Mar 25, 2014 1:03 PM
Drew McKerlie
small fix on last :)
William K McKerlie is William King, son of James (son of William and Rose) and Sarah. Marriage certif proof not Alexander and Mary like I thought
Added by Drew McKerlie on Mar 02, 2014 7:21 PM
Drew McKerlie
some clean up?
Carrie, was going through some things and wanted to run this by you because it looks like it might match up?

Almira Breckon McKerlie 97766899 looks to be the sister of Maria Elgin Breckon McKerlie 99027622 *Almira has the proper parents looks like*
Also could the Wm K McKerlie be 99486870 son of Alexander 99486654 and Mary 99486805?

BTW I have Alexander as William and Nancy's son.

Take Care :)
Added by Drew McKerlie on Mar 02, 2014 4:16 PM
Drew McKerlie
Touching base
Hey Carrie. Hope this weather hasn't been bugging you too much. Finally got the link from a cousin that yes the Mckerlie's in Free Methodist are actually grandparents and cousins. Woot! Also came across an Abigail McCarter, by chance was there an Isaiah buried near her? Btw her maiden name is Land. She is the daughter of Robert Land a person of some fame in Hamilton. In some ways can't wait for this snow to vanish so can start trudging through cemeteries again

Added by Drew McKerlie on Jan 05, 2014 12:23 AM
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