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Some of their children were born in Canada and some in New Hampshire. about 1810 in Hopkinton, NH (I cannot find any record on him, nor can I find his father, mother or siblings) He married Abigail B. The earliest stone dates from 1818 and the most recent burial is 1974. I do not find a marriage record for the names you asked for. I have really good data for Benjamin down to present day.

Samuel and Catherine had a son, also called Samuel who was born in Hatley in 1816. I am now trying to find my father's heritage; ABBOTT, MCINTIRE, BUSHAW. Susan Nutbrown and I made visits to this cemetery in Sep of 2004, as we did a complete recording of all existing and legible stones. , age: 27yrs Abbott, Hattie, no dates The Stanstead Journal ran this death notice: At his residence, Stanstead, Sept. There are no records of children born to them in the the church records index. I also have really good data for Timothy and Sabra and their ancestors. I can't find any documents linking Benjamin WADE/WAID to the family of Timothy and Sabra.

Singer and songwriter David Cassidy may be best known for his role in the famed 1970's sitcom "The Partridge Family", but during his most recent adult years, the former teen pop-star has become equally infamous for his struggles with alcohol.

Despite immense professional success, during a "Piers Morgan Live" web exclusive Cassidy revealed that drinking may have ultimately destroyed his personal life: “The greatest regret I have is that my son does not trust me any longer and he's obviously - he's been living with his mother and being around her and is influenced to some degree, I'm sure”, the 63-year-old told Piers Morgan, speaking specifically about 23-year-old son Beau Devin Cassidy.

I have covered all the Historical Societies north of the border, with Kathy Curtis being very helpful.

I have covered all the usual genealogy sites, Ancestry.com, etc.

I've been looking throughout Vermont for years and recently focused in on the Stanstead/Derby area because I'm convinced he was born south of the border and his parents lived north of the border.

“He'll come back and I will come back with him once he knows that this time it's life or death.” Following a separation from Beau’s mother, ex-wife Sue Shifrin-Cassidy, the man famous for the 1970's hit "I think I Love You" found himself in rehab for substance abuse.

“If I take another drink, I'm going to die, physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually. You know, they say it's a slippery slope,” said Cassidy. It's from 12 to six on the clock and the whole face is ice.” Arrested for driving under the influence on three separate occasions during a four year span, Cassidy is transparent and realistic regarding the magnitude of his situation: “One sip, one drink, because there is no such a thing, not to an alcoholic,” he told Morgan. I'd be done.” For more on Cassidy's interview with Morgan, visit

I am hoping you can help me find information on my family. If you have any ideas where I might look, please let me know. Also from the Journal , Hattie Victoria, only child of Geo. If there is any help you may be able to offer I would greatly appreciate it. I'm not sure when they moved, but it was between 17. ) may have had a child in Canada in 1822 (Timothy), and then returned to the USA.

Samuel THORNTON, son of Samuel THORNTON, mother unknown, was born in 1775 in New Hampshire. They seemed to have moved back and forth between Hatley Quebec and New Hampshire. Ellie Daniels [email protected], We find the following: Boynton Cemetery Stanstead, Quebec Contributed by Leslie Nutbrown, Jan 17, 2005 [[email protected]]. This old cemetery is mowed and kept by the Crystal Lake Cemetery Company. Paul Raymond Worcester, MA [email protected], I have not found a Raymond in Stanstead on the 1825 Census. I believe that they had at least two sons, Stephen and Benjamin. It also appears that one of Benjamin's daughters, Caroline, married a J. Caroline and J Kute followed the family back to the US and eventually to Iowa.

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