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Amanuensis Monday is a blogging theme created by John Newmark at the Transylvanian Dutch blog. From Genea-Bloggers “An Amanuensis is a person employed to write what another dictates or to copy what has been written by another.” James Mills was my 2nd Great Grandfather he was born 16 April 1826 in Worlingworth, Suffolk, England. James […]Continue reading
I posted a few years ago about the search for my 2nd Great Grandmother Margaret Stinson’s parents. I did finally figure out back in 2012 who her family was although I continued to search for more proof. Earlier in this past January I had a new 4th cousin DNA match pop up on AncestryDNA. I […]Continue reading
A little while ago I posted about the Stinson family I was working on. I’ve made a little progress, but also hit many brick walls.I’ve been able to track the older children listed in the 1851 census (listed in the post linked to above), but the parents have just vanished.The Anglican Archives checked for a death record for Margaret and […]Continue reading
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I have only found one Irish line in my family so far and I’m just beginning to trace it. Margaret Stinson, my G G Grandmother was born about 1834 in Ireland. She married James Mills on 21 Feb 1851 in St Phillips Anglican Church, Etobicoke, York Co., Ontario, Canada. Margaret is show on the 1851 Canada […]Continue reading