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Re: Nora Morningstar, Wainfleet, Daughter of Ephraim
Posted by: Louise deLagran (ID *****4936) Date: February 17, 2009 at 09:04:47
In Reply to: Re: Nora Morningstar, Wainfleet, Daughter of Ephraim by D. Cartmer of 645

Which line are yours?

The Civil War reference jives with John Herrington/Susannah Lang. He was said to have left the army at Ogdensburg, swam the St Lawrence + settled in Stormont. He was b 1789 Mass.- 1871 Dundas. There were grandsons who returned to the US,fought in the Civil War, and stayed in the US.

I've a fair bit of info for this family but haven't a proven connection. A gt grandson was in Napanee in 1911 and I thought that was interesting.


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