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1  Springhill Heritage Group Discussion Forum / General Springhill Heritage Topics / Re: The Crowe family in Nova Scotia
 on: 03. Sep 2019 at 22:03 
Started by Babs | Post by Guest
Laura Lee Wadman Worden wrote on 19. Dec 2014 at 23:34:
My gggrandfather was Francis Neptune Wadman. Francis was supposedly born at sea leaving England for India perhaps. It is suspected that his father was a Capt Samuel Wadman, and when he died his widow married an unknown Crowe. Crowe, as a middle name, has gone down in the family several times.
Francis married Susannah Corbett, daughter of William Corbett, b 1725 and Jane Reid. They had 7 children; Sara, John Fraser, Richard Crowe, Robert, Silas H., Francis and William. They lived in and near Five Islands, NS, Canada.
There is some talk of a Wadman fighting under Gen Wolfe but that's all I know of it.  
If anyone knows anything about this family I would love to hear it and to share what I know from Francis Neptune down. Francis also had a sister Mary and a brother William Arthur. William settled in PEI and married Harriet Grosvenor.

please email me for info on RRCrowe m. Ann Wilson Wadman at granof05@outlook.com or call 902-679-0453
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2  Springhill Heritage Group Discussion Forum / General Springhill Heritage Topics / Re: The Crowe family in Nova Scotia
 on: 03. Sep 2019 at 21:58 
Started by Babs | Post by Guest
Laura Lee Wadman Worden wrote on 19. Dec 2014 at 23:34:
My gggrandfather was Francis Neptune Wadman. Francis was supposedly born at sea leaving England for India perhaps. It is suspected that his father was a Capt Samuel Wadman, and when he died his widow married an unknown Crowe. Crowe, as a middle name, has gone down in the family several times.
Francis married Susannah Corbett, daughter of William Corbett, b 1725 and Jane Reid. They had 7 children; Sara, John Fraser, Richard Crowe, Robert, Silas H., Francis and William. They lived in and near Five Islands, NS, Canada.
There is some talk of a Wadman fighting under Gen Wolfe but that's all I know of it.  
If anyone knows anything about this family I would love to hear it and to share what I know from Francis Neptune down. Francis also had a sister Mary and a brother William Arthur. William settled in PEI and married Harriet Grosvenor.

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3  Springhill Heritage Group Discussion Forum / General Springhill Heritage Topics / Re: Nova Scotia Demings
 on: 24. Jun 2019 at 16:09 
Started by Angie Caissie | Post by Guest
Carl_Demings wrote on 04. Apr 2006 at 02:32:
Hi! Angie .....
Although I have a large database on Demings I seem to have the same problem as you do with finding the ancestry of your grandfather Sydney Fletcher Demmings.
I do have his father as George and grandfather as Fletcher who m. Maria Crossman. I don't have any connection previous to that.
I believe the cybermuseum you visited was that of a "Deming" family (without the "s") who were in the US back long before any of the "Demings" family arrived.
There is no Demings "book" to my knowledge.
Here is an obit for George Demings which may or may not be of help: From Moncton Daily Times, Feb. 11, 1969; George F. Demings of Frosty Hollow ( outside Sackville ) died Feb. 10, age 78. Born Maine s/o late Fletcher and Maria ( Crossman ) Demings. He was a mechanic and stationary engineer. Survived by second wife Maude Fillmore. 4 sons: Sidney, Hillsborough, N.B., Geo. Jr. Berry Mills, N.B.; Harvey, Toronto, Ont.; Raymond, Ottawa, Ont.; 3 Daug:  Mrs. Raymond Bowser (Jean), Ottawa; Mrs. Irene Mullin, Oshawa; Mrs. Richard Kimble (Helen), Regina; Stepson:  Leman Spence, Toronto. Buried Point de Bute Cemetery, N.B.
-=Carl Demings=-

Hi, I'm the great grand daughter of late Maude Demmings from Frosty Hollow. Been such an interesting read!! Just correcting the Maude feed. Leman Spence is still alive. Carmel Spence is the one who has passed away, and sister Shirley Golden(Spence) who is alive. ;)
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4  Donald Jack's Bandy Books Forum / Donald Jack's Bandy Books Series / Re: That's Me in the Middle
 on: 18. Jun 2019 at 15:31 
Started by Forum Administrator | Post by Guest
Good afternoon, I find it very interesting in this forum I have noticed that you find all the information you need. Really thank you very much for giving us the help and the privilege of being able to solve our doubts.
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5  Springhill Heritage Group Discussion Forum / General Springhill Heritage Topics / Re: BUDD Family
 on: 19. Apr 2019 at 10:55 
Started by Dan Budd | Post by Guest
Hello Frederick Garfield Budd would have been my great grandfather.  I have been working on a family tree for a few years.  If there is any info I can add please let me knoe and I will try to assist.
Cindy
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6  Springhill Heritage Group Discussion Forum / General Springhill Heritage Topics / Re: Patrick Flynn
 on: 30. Dec 2018 at 23:39 
Started by Magicalmadness85 | Post by Guest
Sarah was my grandmother birthdate Oct 10 for sure 1904? sisters and brother check but I never heard of anastasia or Mary Francis
Sarah might have been in Toronto in 30's/40's lived in Montreal with husband and daughter Dorothy [my mum] lived in Bancroft Ontario with Charles Carroll from Chapeau QC [married??] Moved bewtween MTL and Bancroft...Margaret and Mary lived in MTL...Mary was living with a Mike Cook [married doubtful] daughter Catherine who married a Patrick Walsh and lived in MTL. Margaret married George Arnold [ in NS ?] children Arthur, Howard ,Marjory who married a hungarian Joe Nagy lived in Chateauguay QC...had a son John I think they split and I did not keep up.
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7  Springhill Heritage Group Discussion Forum / General Springhill Heritage Topics / Re: Patrick Flynn and family
 on: 30. Dec 2018 at 23:24 
Started by Guest | Post by Guest
Re Ellen Flynn married Ernest Wood
Ellen had a son Michael, died in an accident on an army base; had sisters Mary, Margaret and Sarah my grandmother. I met Ernest and Ellen in 1955 when they visited Margaret, Mary and Sarah in montreal. Ernest lived with our family from time to time and also with Sarah once her husband passed away. The name Pitman might be associated with Ellen. ellen's father may have been a boat captain[fishing??]
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8  Donald Jack's Bandy Books Forum / Donald Jack's Bandy Books Series / Re: That's Me in the Middle
 on: 30. Oct 2018 at 16:40 
Started by Forum Administrator | Post by Forum Administrator
The new edition of That's Me in the Middle!
https://www.amazon.com/Thats-Me-Middle-Bandy-Papers/dp/1927592208/
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9  Springhill Heritage Group Discussion Forum / General Springhill Heritage Topics / Re: The Miner's Poet, Danny Boutilier
 on: 08. Aug 2018 at 11:48 
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Margaret Boutilier wrote on 24. Sep 2005 at 18:18:
I am the grand daughter of Danny and have some of his works so contact me and tell me how you got interested in him. thanks

We have a tattered copy of Danny's first book. My parents were friends of his. We would like to contact a family member.
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10  Springhill Heritage Group Discussion Forum / General Springhill Heritage Topics / Re: James and Lucy Hartley
 on: 17. Jun 2018 at 21:29 
Started by Guest | Post by Guest
Hi,
My name is Judith Budge nee Hartley and I live in Victoria Australia. My grand father was Ellis Hartley (1890 to 1968) born in Wakefield Yorkshire, brother to James (1886 to 1920) I am keen to make contact with my family in Canada as the Australian Hartley family seems to have lost all current Canadian contacts.
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