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We are trying to locate where the Waldron Family came from to North America. The Waldron's
first came to the United States of America 1700's. Then to Upper Canada circa 1799 to the
Quinte area. The original Waldron's to Upper Canada were Philip and /or Joseph Waldron. We
cannot find their burial place or where they came from originally.
Where would we locate their origin please, and if they were Irish Palatines? We did not find them in the Irish Palatine Pioneers in Upper Canada: Commemorating 300 Years 1709-2009.
Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated. We have been researching our Family Histories since 1967. Our Canadian Centennial Project.
Thank you for your consideration of our request. Mrs. R. Simpson
WILEY & HUGHES
John Dominic Wiley was born around 1804 -1808 in County Antrim and died on June 29th 1891 and is buried in St. Eugène Ontario Canada. He married Sarah Hughes who was born in about 1810 in Belfast county Antrim and died August 27th 1894 in Buckingham, Quebec and is buried in St.Eugène. On December 29
1832 John married Sarah Hughes in the Roman Catholic Church in Randalstown. On the church Marriage Record both gave their address as Ballygrooby. They had 2 children born in Ireland Sarah Elizabeth 1833-4 and James July 29th 1835 they then came to Canada sometime between August
1835 and September 1837. Records show that their 3rd child Mary was born in Prescott township on September 9th 1837 and died on July 15th 1917 in Ottawa, Ontario.
I'm looking for information the parents of John Wiley and Sarah Hughes
Lawrence Wylie [email@example.com]
Kathleen Wilkinson b 1887 Co Down, came to Canada about 1910.
She and siblings settled in Montreal. Looking for her place of birth in Down and marriage for parents (Henry and Mary). Roman Catholic. Father may be Quaker.
Contact: Ken Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org