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5051 Park Lawn Cemetery Courtney, Ina Leora (I8462)
5052 Park Lawn Cemetery Gibson, Frederick Raymond (I12670)
5053 Park Lawn Cemetery Loyst, Calvin Marenas (I14272)
5054 Park Lawn Cemetery Faragher, Amy Vere (I14274)
5055 Park Lawn Cemetery Abbott, Alice Marie (I15500)
5056 Park Lawn Cemetery Goldring, Ralph Edmund (I27647)
5057 Park Lawn Cemetery Veller, Helen (I28731)
5058 Park Lawn Cemetery Huffman, Amelia Hazel (I31014)
5059 Park Lawn Cemetery Davidson, Margaret Galbraith (I31131)
5060 Park Lawn Cemetery Huffman, William Charles (I31167)
5061 Park Lawn Cemetery Roberts, Joseph Bennett (I32184)
5062 Park Lawn Cemetery Gourlay, Beatrice (I32188)
5063 Park View Cemetery Davison, Holmes Jonathan (I27279)
5064 Parker Cemetery Hyde, Elihu Elisha (I21521)
5065 Parklawn Cemetery Robinson, Ida (I11641)
5066 Parklawn Cemetery Thompson, John James (I11642)
5067 Parklawn Cemetery McConnell, Arthur P. (I11644)
5068 Participated in the invasion of Normandie, the Battle of the Bulge, and other major operations in the European Theater of Operations. Roof, Leslie Charles (I16850)
5069 Passed away at his home in Standish, Michigan. Burial-Whitney Cemetery. He had moved to Standish from AuGres, Michigan Stoutenburg, Albert C (I26470)
5070 Passengers 1816 From Ireland to NY, Chambers Cumming, Thos. Cumming, Wm. Cumming, Sarah Cumming and Eliz. Ann Cumming--'Chambers' was b. 1802, too young to be Father of the Tho, Wm, Sarah and Eliz. Ann; they may have been siblings

Our Today's and Yesterdays by Andrew Taylor c1967 Page: History of N. Dumfries and Village of Ayr
Text: Lits 3 brothrs: Hance, Chambers and Thomas Cumming; entry for Chambers:Dumfries, census taken Apr. 12, 1834: 3 family members: 1M 16+; 1F 16+; 1F -16; 35 Acres improved land, hewed log house; 1 horse; 2 oxen; 1 cow, 2 head young cattle not rateable age; 8 swine; 12 Acres of wheat 
Cumming, John Chambers (I27388)
5071 Passion For Survival, A Paperback - Jan 7 2003 by Linda Layton (Author) Marie Anne and Louis Payzant had high hopes for a new future as they left a comfortable life on the island of Jersey and sailed with their children across the Atlantic to a new settlement on the shores of Nova Scotia in June 1753. Both had already fled religious persecution in their native France. In this fascinating and true account of Louis and Marie Anne Payzant, author Linda Layton has pieced together the couple's heartbreaking sense of loss, their struggles and deaths set against the backdrop of one of the most chaotic times in the history of Europe and North America. The author is the great-great-great-great granddaughter of Marie Anne and Louis. She has spent years researching and traveling in a quest for facts about her ancestors The book will appeal to enthusiasts of early Canadian history of Nova Scotia, Quebec and Acadia as well as readers who love a great adventure story as it focuses on one woman caught in the religious struggle between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism, and the colonial struggle between our two founding cultures. Noget, Marie Anne (I33413)
5072 Pateros Cemetery Bailey, Wilbur Glen (I27643)
5073 Pateros Cemetery Bailey, Duane Ellis (I32365)
5074 Pateros Cemetery Blackburn, Laurel Etta (I32366)
5075 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fyke, Paul Andrew (I6346)
5076 Paul Harrelson, Sr. willed his slaves to his children and grandchildren as well as his plantation. Harrelson, Paul Peter I (I33917)
5077 Pauline B [mailto:pauline. barkley(at)sympatico. ca] Sent: Monday, August 22, 2005 11:49 AM Dear Sandi You asked for info on Mountenay grandparents... GrandFather: Charles Edward Mountenay born in Trenton, Ontario Dec 18, 1899. died Jan 24, 1967. Grandmother:Mary Elizabeth Bradley born in Tweed, Ont Nov 28, 1900. died Feb 23, 1948. Their children: Marie Pauline born Aug 16, 1918 in Belleville, Ontario died May 30, 1998. Alfred Charles born in Trenton Dec 17, 1919. George Edward born in Tweed Nov 5, 1922 died Jan 7, 1995. Marjorie Ruth born in Bancroft, Ontario Aug 19, 1924, died June 13, 1998. Dorothy Pauline born in Bancroft Aug 20, 1926, exact death date unknown. Charles remarried after Mary's death and had another son Dennis Arthur born Mar 15, 1952 in Trenton. Your family tree work looks rather extensive... I'll have to have a good look at it to catch the Davy Mountenay connection! Sincerely Pauline (sister to Eileen). Telford, Pauline (I20462)
5078 Pautipaug Cemetery Hyde, Jacob I (I19886)
5079 Pautipaug Cemetery Abell, Vaniah (I20209)
5080 Pautipaug Cemetery Hyde, Hannah (I21919)
5081 Pautipaug Cemetery Hyde, Ruth (I21920)
5082 Pautipaug Cemetery Ladd, Samuel (I21926)
5083 Pautipaug Cemetery Ladd, Ezekiel (I21927)
5084 Pautipaug Cemetery Griswold, Susannah (I21943)
5085 Pautipaug Cemetery Geer, Lucy (I21944)
5086 Pautipaug Cemetery Abell, Julitta (I22470)
5087 Pautipaug Cemetery Abell, John H. (I26210)
5088 Pautipaug Cemetery Abell, Elijah Weeden (I26212)
5089 Pawling Cemetery Burr, George Nelson (I16368)
5090 Peacefully on Thursday, May 6th, 2004 at Hillsdale Estates ''Honey Harbour Suite'', in her 95th year. Beloved wife of the late Edward . Loving mother of Barbara and her husband the late Gerald Croft, Norma and her husband Gord Dobson and John and his wife Jane. Dear Nana of Sandy and Steve Grenning, Cathy Hicks and Steven Smith, Penny and Barry Gordon, Michele and Mike Tetroe, David and Linda Dobson, Sheron Metcalfe, Linda and Ed Ross, Tom, Barbie and Laura. Big Nana of Jeff and Darcy, Julie, Lisa and Corey, Candace and Wes, Dan, Lindsay, Krista and John, Brendan, Kevin, Russel, Colleen, Andrea, Graham, Megan and David and great great Nana of Jacob, Olivia and Madysen. Friends may call at OSHAWA FUNERAL SERVICE ''Thornton Chapel'', 847 King St. West (905-721-1234) for visitation on Tuesday, May 11th from 2:00 p.m. until time of Memorial Service in the Chapel at 3:00 p.m. Memorial donations to the Canadian Hearing Society would be appreciated.
Hartman, Berneice Edith (I18347)
5091 Peirce-Spencer Lot Wickes, Oliver (I33116)
5092 Pembina in the War: 1st Class Fireman FRANCIS JOHN O'SULLIVAN, Crystal son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. O'Sullivan, born February. 26, 1890. Entered the service May, 1918. Made 1st Class Fireman, May 27, 1918. Served on the U. S. S. Western Chief. O'Sullivan, Francis John (I802)
5093 Pembina in the War: Private ARCHIE B. O'CONNOR, St Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald M. O'Connor, born Aug. 10th, 1896. Entered the service July 31st, 1918, and was attached to 3rd Company, 2nd Bn., Officers Training School. Served as sheriff of Pembina from 1933-1937 and was a member of the North Dakota, USA Highway Patrol from 1939-1945. Was a rural mail carrier at St Thomas for 17 years.

State of North Dakota, USA HS High Hurdle Champion in his senior year of High School and he later was one of the national leaders of the American Legion and VFW.

From: Mary Ann [mailto:milkyway3821 at adelphia. net] Sent: November 27, 2002 1:26 AM T
Subject: Archie B. O'Conner and Archie A. O'Conner Hi Sandi You don't know me, but I came across your Web Site trying to find out how I am related to Archie Brennan O' Conner and Archie McIlherrin O'Conner. I can't figure it out and was wondering if you could help me. I am the great granddaughter of Daniel O'Conner. I don't know how Daneil is related to Archie B. and Archie A. I have documents and pictures of A. M. O'Conner and would really love to know how I am related.

Daniel O' Conner married Teresa Dunn and had 5 daughters: Mary Ethel, Teresa Minerva, Irene Clare, Agnes Cecilia and Helen Margeret. All I know about Daniel is that he became a citizen of the U. S. 3 1 1890. Any information that you can give me would really help me a Lot. Thanks so much Mary Ann milkyway3821 at adelphia. net

GrandFather's brother, Clarence Patrick O'Connor, 2 years younger than my GrandFather, and now passed on, was a singer of great renown, and went on to become the Director of the National Institute of the Deaf and Blind in NYC, and is a co-inventor of closed caption TV. 
O'Connor, Archibald Brennan (I804)
5094 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Switzer, Elizabeth Genevieve (I501)
5095 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Puppe, Kristi Evelyn (I556)
5096 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Puppe, Jon Harvey (I557)
5097 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ramsey, Kathleen Ann (I602)
5098 Pembina Memorial Hospital Nelson, Herman Dennis (I943)
5099 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Puppe, Cassandra Michelle (I999)
5100 Pépin I or Pépin I of Aquitaine (797 - December 13, 838) was King of Aquitaine and Duke of Maine.

Pépin was the second son of Emperor Louis the Pious and his first Wife, Ermengarde of Hesbaye. When his Father assigned to each of his sons a kingdom (within the Empire) in August 817, he received Aquitaine, which had been Louis's own subkingdom during his Father Charlemagne's reign. Ermoldus Nigellus was his court poet and accompanied him on a campaign into Brittany in 824.

Pépin rebelled in 830 at the insistence of his brother Lothair's advisor Wala. He took an army of Gascons with him and marched all the way to Paris, with the support of the Neustrians. His Father marched back from a campaign in Brittany all the way to Compiègne, where Pépin surrounded his forces and captured him. The rebellion, however, broke up.

In 832, Pépin rebelled again and his brother Louis the German soon followed. Louis the Pious was in Aquitaine to subdue any revolt, but was drawn off by the Bavarian insurrection of the younger Louis. Pépin took Limoges and other Imperial territories. The next year, Lothair joined the rebellion and, with the assistance of Ebbo, archbishop of Reims, the rebel sons deposed their Father in 833. Lothair's later behaviour alienated Pépin, and the latter was at his Father's side when Louis the Pious was reinstated on 1 March 834. Pépin was restored to his former status.

Pépin died scarcely four years later and was buried in the Church of St Radegonde in Poitiers.

In 822, Pépin had married Ingeltrude, daughter of Theodobert, count of Madrie, with whom he had two sons: Pépin (823-after 864), and Charles (825-830 - 4 June 863), who became Archbishop of Mainz.

Both were minors when Pépin died, so Louis the Pious awarded Aquitaine to his own youngest son, Pépin's half-brother Charles the Bald. The Aquitainians, however, elected Pépin's son as Pépin II. His brother Charles also briefly claimed the kingdom. Both died childless. 
King of Aquitaine Pépin I (I6658)

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