"The microfilm came in and I looked up the will. Sebastian left everything to his wife, Mary. The real estate at the north 1/2 of Lot 56 Conc 5 Medonte, was valued at $800 and the personal property at…"
"Manery Middaugh Research File is the name of the public member tree on Ancestry that can be found by searching for Stephen Meddaugh - birth 1786 - Ontario, Canada. The notes or story for Stephen are in the media gallery of this family…"
"Can you also tell me how to find the information in the Research File? I've used ancestry.com to do general searches, but I've never seen a Research File before and I can't figure out how to find it.
"Thanks so much for explaining this. I am SO new to doing family research on the internet. That letter could be a good explanation as to why we can't find anything about Eliza and why (even in books published about her life in…"
"There must be at least 50 family trees on Ancestry for Stephen Middaugh with two or three wives and at least 17 children. The Manery Middaugh Research File lists a daughter Elizabeth born about 1830. Her death suggested in 1850 Illinois appears to…"
"Her 1880 US census as Eliza A Taylor gives her father as born in Canada and her mother as born in Pennsylvania. The 1850 US census shows a Stephen and Mary Middaugh in Huron County, Michigan. He is given as born in Canada and she in New York. From…"
"Mary Soden's parents were William Soden and Eliza Rutherford. Sebastian's parents were Valentine Fettick, mistranscribed as Fetdict, and Helary Fetdict. I think her name was probably Helena and it was mistranscribed as…"
"No. there was no charge to order it. It will arrive when it is available, which could be 10 days or maybe 4 weeks. I will let you know.
Did you find their marriage record? 03 Nov 1879 in Wyebridge-gives their parents names."
I am helping my mom do family history work. I love making the connections and finding out different stories about our ancestors.
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Soden-Simcoe County Ontario
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by listening to stories from my mom and wanting to help her find out more.
I have been doing genealogy since ....
We all have them - my biggest brick wall is .......
We have an ancestor who ran away from home at a young age and didn't tell anyone where he was from. Luckily, through different connections we have found out the name of his father and possibly some siblings, but are very stuck on his mother.
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