Thanks for the information. There seems to be a gap of about 18 years between the birth of Alfred and Warren, which may account for your grandfather's remembering his grandfather's sisters but not him. Warren Douglas Langiell was born in Bridgewater in 1858. His only son, Warren Douglas Langiell, Jr. (my father) was born in 1891. I was the last of his children to be born and there is nearly an 18 year gap between my oldest brother, Warren III and myself. My grandfather also had a daughter, Vera, who may have been older than my father. I don't know, because my grandfather died before I was born and my parents divorced soon after my birth. My grandmother, Charlotte Cooke, lived to be nearly 100. I never really discussed family history much with my father, but I do know that Vera married a man named Fuller and had one daughter, Constance. I believe she passed on, as well. My siblings were also much younger than she and only my older brother remembers her. Thank you for the information. You are right, there are so many Langille, gill, giell, gell families out there it is hard to find out who is who. I will take your advice and consult the Canadian genweb site.