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Re: Astle in New Hampshire by 1870 from Warwick, Quebec
Posted by: Annie Carlile (ID *****3078) Date: June 14, 2013 at 06:48:05
In Reply to: Astle in New Hampshire by 1870 from Warwick, Quebec by Marilyn M. Astle of 11474

Hi. I'm not related to this family. I can tell you that Edwin & Sarah baptized 3 of their children on the same day in Shipton, according to the parish records found in the Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967 :

--Arvilla Athina Astle, d/o Edwin Astle of Warwick & Sarah Nutting his wife, age 5 years, 7 months, was baptized 29 Mar 1857. ~Shipton Congregational Church, Sherbrooke, Que

--John Madison Astle, s/o Edwin Astle & Sarah Nutting his wife, was born on 28 Apr 1853, bap 29 Mar 1857. ~Shipton Congregational Church, Sherbrooke, Que

--Tabitha Celinda Astle, d/o Edwin Astle & Sarah Nutting his wife, was born 17 Mar 1855 and bap 29 Mar 1857. ~Shipton Congregational Church, Sherbrooke, Que

Here is a marriage for the parents:

Edwin Ruthvin Astle, farmer of the Township of Warwick
m. 14 Oct 1850 Danville Congregational Church, Sherbrooke
Sarah Doying Nutting (2nd daughter of John Nutting)

There is a Pedigree File for this couple here:
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SRQC-8PP

Hope this helps. Annie





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