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Re: VanSicklen/Lowe/Samis Connection in Ont. - 1800's
Posted by: Deb (ID *****8954) Date: September 01, 2002 at 21:04:52
In Reply to: Re: VanSicklen/Lowe/Samis Connection in Ont. - 1800's by S. Wallman of 1583

Yes there is such a place as Warkworth. It is just a few minutes drive from the Carmen cemetary where Sarah is buried. It is also close to Brighton Ontario where I was told there are several VanSicklen's buried in a cemetary east of Brighton. Also on two other graves in the Carmen Cemetary we found the following inscriptions:

John VanSicklen
1839 -
his wife EE Coldsmith
their sons
1872 - 1892
1876 -1882
William J
1884 -
Could this be Sarah's brother and his family? Also, the other stone read:
Henry 1862 - 1888
his wife
Dency VanSicklen
1865 - 1915
Their son
1888 - 1890
The inscription on the McQuoid stone tells a sad story. Where I have not put a date of death in, it was not recorded on the stone.
Carmen Cemetary is an extremely small cemetary next door to the old Carmen School and across the road from the Carmen United Church. I am assuming the above VanSicklen's mentioned are related but have not had the time to delve into it any further.
How are you connected to the VanSicklens? Do you live in Ontario?
Thanks for your information. Hopefully, later this fall I will be able to go to the cemetary east of Brighton and look up further information. However I am a five hour drive away so I have to plan a trip for a weekend where we are not busy.

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