Genealogy Fair. Ontario's Oldest Family History Fair The Norfolklore Family History Fair is the oldest genealogy fair in Ontario and is the one annual event that should not be missed if you are interested in Norfolk history and genealogy.
Each year since 1976 it has attracted dozens of genealogical resource providers/exhibitors and hundreds of genealogists researching their Upper Canada/Ontario/Norfolk roots. Saturday, September 19th, 2015 9:30am to 3:30 pm Eva Brook Donly Museum & Archives. British Newspaper Archive. Factley, Allen Gordon - Details. Www.niagarafalls.ca/pdf/cemetery/fairview-family-history/cook-anne.pdf. Www.niagarafalls.ca/pdf/cemetery/fairview-family-history/bowan.pdf. Courtly Lives - The Crysler Family in the U.S.A. - pg 2 (gen 4-5) The Crysler Family in the U.S.A.Written and researched by Margaret Odrowaz Sypniewski "A total of 3,200 Palatine Germans left England in the spring of 1710 on 12 small ships.
The Lion of Leith was the first to arrive on June 13, 1710. It was followed the next day by the Lowestoffe, carrying the British Magistrate, Governor Hunter. On July 7, the frigate Herbert wrecked off Block Island. Seven more ships arrived prior to July 10. . Johann Phillip Kruessler was born at Guntersblum, Niederneisen, Germany; in 1670; and baptized at Flacht-on-the-Aar in Nassau, Germany on January 26, 1679 (another source says August 26, 1672). They also appeared on the "New York Subsistence List". "Johann Philipp Greisler 2-2(1710)(two adults, 2 children), 4-0"(September 1712)(four adults) "Peter Griesler 3-1 (1710), 2-2 (1712). " I do not know how these two families relate, if at all. Children of Johann Phillip Kruessler and Anna (Generation Five): History of Schoharie county, and border wars of New York, containing also a sketch of the causes which led to the American revolution; and interesting memoranda of the Mohawk valley... Illustrated with more than thirty engravings.
1911 Census of Canada @ Automated Genealogy. Meetings & Events. Note: If you have viewed this page before, please click the "Refresh" button on your browser to see recent changes.
When: The third Tuesday of September, November, January, March and May Time: 7:30 PM Place: Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints (LDS) 204 Spackenkill Road Poughkeepsie, New York 12603 The LDS Church is located on Spackenkill Road, at the corner of Twin Hills Road in the Town of Poughkeepsie. It is about two miles east of Route 9 or about one mile west of Route 376. Please Note: If Spackenkill Schools are closed due to inclement weather, the meeting will be cancelled.
When: Selected MondaysTime: 10:30AM to NoonPlace: East Fishkill Community Library, Alley Room 348 Route 376 Hopewell Junction, NY 12533 Please register in advance at EFLibrary.org Fall/Winter 2013 Calendar Archive of Previous Meetings and Events. The Blue-Eyed Indians. Schoharie County NYGenWeb Site By Don Chrysler - 1999Chrysler Books 36920 Lakewood Zephyrhills, FL 33541 copyright © 1999 by C.
Donald Chrysler Schoharie historians and Adam Crysler's journal differ on some of the dates of the Revolutionary War. We have used our best judgment on the dates assigned to this biography. Adam Crysler and his brothers have stirred the passions of historical writers like few others. To those who read these pages who have ancestors that were victims of the Schoharie raids we extend our sincere condolences. In 1709, Johann Philipp Greisler (39) with his wife, Anna Catharina (39) and two sons, Johann George (8), and Johannes (7) left their home in Guntersblum, Germany to seek a new life in America.
History of Schoharie county, and border wars of New York: containing also a ... - Jeptha Root Simms. Johan Philip Kreussler. German Genealogy Records & Passenger Lists. Julian Families in Ontario. Home: Surnames: Julian Family Genealogy Forum BENJAMIN JULIER was a house painter from Enfield, Middlesex, England.
Following the death of his wife in 1892 his youngest children were left in the care of the Edmonton Union Workhouse and from there sent to Marchmont Homes in Ontario where the surname changed to Julian. Benjamin Julier was the son of Alfred Julier (b. 18 SEP 1818 Whitechapel, London), the son of James Julier (chr. 04 MAR 1787 Runham, Norfolk, England), the son of John Julier of Ormesby Saint Margaret and Runham, Norfolk. Origin of the Surname Julian in Cornwall. Home: Surnames: Julian Family Genealogy Forum Searching out the origin of the surname Julian in Cornwall has taken longer than expected but the results have proven interesting.
Here the first step was to figure out how Julian could exist as a patronym in Cornwall if it was not in use as a first name there until relatively recent times. It might be a metronym ( i.e. lots of Juliannes having children ), but this scenario cannot in itself explain the high frequency of the name in Cornwall, since presumably other regions of Britain had just as many mothers named Julianne in the Middle Ages. Inheritence of the name directly from Latin is ruled out since we would expect a descendant form Iul ( Yool ). The Cornish sound "J" has developed primarily as a result of English and Continental influence, and as a result it does occur in a number of common Cornish names, e.g. Full text of "Ontario Sessional Papers, 1894, No.32-34"