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Robinson/Robert McIntire or McIntyre In Quebec in 1833
Posted by: Colleen Burnette (ID *****9820) Date: May 16, 2012 at 13:22:18
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Robert or Robinson McIntire-could also be McIntyre-was married to Margaret Dunlop in Hemmingford Quebec in 1833. Robert and his brother William were killed at the Battle of Odelltown on November 7, 1838. One book I found said Robert and William "had the blood of Irish Loyalists" in their veins.
I am looking for anything on Robinson/Robert mainly but also his brother and their mother and father. When he died he left 3 small children, Jane, Margaret and Julia. Jane and Robert are my great-great grandparents. They may have been
from Ireland.


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