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51 !New Calisle Presbyterian Church Records, Quebec, Canada 1907 - BORN - Harriet, daughter of Edmund Johnstone Munro and Sarah Elizabeth Whittom of Paspebiac' born June 28, 1907.

Campbellton Graphic Newspaper, Campellton, New Brunswick: October 11, 1928 - Married - At Campellton, N.B. on October 8 Rev. A.S. Bishop united in marriage Miss Emma Munro, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Munro of Paspebiac West, Quebec, to Chester J. Astels, the third son of
Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Munro, Harriet Emma (I103805)
 
52 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Walker, Ray Merle (I103876)
 
53 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Munro, Irene (I103811)
 
54 !New Carlisle Presbyterian Church Records, Quebec, Canada

1920 - BORN - William James, son of Edmund Johnstone Munro and Sarah E. Whittom, born March 13, 1920.

!1970 - Died - William James Munro of Saint John, N. B., son of Edmund and Sarah (Whittom) of Paspebiac, and husband of Lois McColm; died October 18, 1970at 51 years. Buried in Black Cape.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Munro, William James (I103810)
 
55 !New Carlisle Presbyterian Church Records, Quebec, Canada 1910 - BORN - Philip, son of Edmund Johnston Munro and Sarah Elizabeth Whittom, Paspebiac; born January 1, 1910.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Munro, Philip (I103806)
 
56 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Munro, Lillian Laura (I103809)
 
57 !New Carlisle Presbyterian Church Records, Quebec, Canada. 1914 - BORN - Evelyn, son of Edmund Munro and sarah E. Whittom; born nOVEMBER 12, 1914.

!1975 - DIED - Evelyn Munro of Paspebiac, son of the late Edmund Johnston Munro and Sarah of Paspebiac; born November 12, 1914 - died April 20, 1975.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996 
Munro, Evelyn (I103808)
 
58 !New Carlisle Presbyterian Church, Quebec, Canada. 1895 BORN - Thomas Roy, son of Charles Assels, farmer of New Calisle and of Jane Munro his wife; born December 29, 1894 - baptized January 15, 1895.

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1996 
Assels, Thomas Roy (I103611)
 
59 !New Carlisle Presbyterian Church, Quebec, Canada. 1912 - BORN - Edmund Johnstone, son of Edmund Johnstone Munro and Sarah Elizabeth Whittom, Blacksmith, Paspebiac; born May 29, 1912.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Munro, Edmund Johnstone (I103807)
 
60 !New Carlisle United Church Records, Quebec, Canada 1927 - BORN - FIED - Oswald Herbert, son of Edmund Johnson Munro and Sarah Elizabeth Whittom of Paspebiac; born april 5, 1927 - died October 17, 1927.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Munro, Oswald Herbert (I103812)
 
61 !Of German descent. Direct descendant of two Revolutionary War soldiers.

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Reese, Ivah M. (I74394)
 
62 !Paspebiac-New Carlisle Church Rceords, Quebec, Canada

1905 - BORN - Walter, son of Edmund Johnstone and Sarah Whittom, Paspebiac, born October 2, 1905.

New Carlisle United Church Records 1926-1987 1961 - Died - Walter Munro of Paspebiac, died at Campellton, New Brunswick on November 21, 1961. Witnesses: Cecil E. LeGrand; Raymond Munro -----Herbert M Gould, Minister

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Munro, Walter Richard (I103804)
 
63 !Paul Dennis, first husband of Charlotte Munro, was the brother of Thomas Dennis who owned the Seigeurny of Ile Perrot (Island off shoreline of Seiguery of Vaudreuil). He was killed in an accident at Coteau-du-Lac where he was Commissioner of Military Stores.

References:

(1) Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9 Oct
1996

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Dennis, Paul (I95995)
 
64 !Presbyterian Church Records for the North side of the Restigouche River (Quebec) 1811-1984: BORN - Hanrietta Caroline, daughter of Robert Wiley Fitton, Surgeon of New Carlisle, native of Cork, County Cork, Ireland, and Sarah Harriet Munro, daughter of William Johnston Munro and Sarah Sherar of Cox: born July 29, 1835.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Fitton, Henrietta Caroline (I103636)
 
65 !Presbyterian Church Records/United Church 1839-1987, New Richmond, Quebec. 1913 BORN - DIED - Eva, daughter of David L. Campbell, farmer, and Mary Ann Munro; born April 8, 1913 - died April 20, 1913.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Campbell, Eva (I103801)
 
66 !See notes for Mary Ann Munro, wife.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996

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Campbell, David Livingstone (I80299)
 
67 !Sirname could have been Robertson

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Robinson, Mildred (I76103)
 
68 !St Andrew Anglican Church Record, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada. 1905 - BORN - Lala Jane, daughter of James Ray and Harriet Emma Munro, Ne2 Carlisle; born August 31, 1905. (No baptismal date shown). No clergy signature

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996 
Ray, Lala Jane (I103788)
 
69 !St Andrew Anglican Church Records, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada. 1869 - BORN - Edmund, son of Edmund LeGallais of Cox Township, farmer, and Mary Ann Munro his wife; born August 16, baptized September 21, 1869. Edmund LeGallais and Mary Ann LeGallais. --- George Milne, Clergy.

!Received - Edmund, son of Edmund LeGallais of Cox, farmer, and Mary Ann Munro his wife; privately baptized on September 21 last, was received in St Peter's Church on January 30, 1870. Edmund LeGallais. William Munro and Margaret his wife, grandparents. -- George Milne. Clergy.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996 
Legallais, Edmund (I103647)
 
70 !St Andrew Anglican Church Records, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada. 1892 - BORN - Nellie, daughter of James Ray of New Carlisle, and Harriet Munro; born October 24, 1892 and baptized privately October 26 of same year. Witnesses: James Ray and Agnes Husband.
RECEIVED into the Chuirch on March 22, 1893. -- Edgar B. Husband.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Ray, Nellie (I103782)
 
71 !St andrew Anglican Church Records, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada. 1894 - BORN - Emma, daughter of James Ray and his wife (Harriet) EMma Munro; born February 11, and privately baptized February 12, 1894. James S. Ray
--- Edgar B. Husband

!Note: Emma Ray died February 18 and was buried February 19, 1894. Witnesses: James S. Ray, John Ray. --- Edgar B. Husband

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Ray, Emma (I103783)
 
72 !St Andrew Anglican Church Records, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada. 1895 - BORN - Annie, daughter of James Ray, farmer, of New Carlisle, and his wife Harriet Emma Munro; born March 5, 1895 and Baptized August 21, 1895. Signatures: James S. Ray, Harriet Emma Ray, Martha Jane Ray (X).
--- Edgar B. Husband

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Ray, Annie (I103784)
 
73 !St Andrew Anglican Church Records, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada. 1898 - BORN - Percy James, son of James Scott Ray of New Carlisle, farmer, and Harriet Emma Munro his wife; born February 7, 1898 and baptized June 5 of the said year. Signatures: Jane Ray, Hannah Ray, Hugh Caldwell.
--- Arthur H. Moore, B.A., Priest in Charge.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Ray, Percy James (I103785)
 
74 !St Andrew Anglican Church Records, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada. 1904 - BORN - William Johnston, son of James Scott Ray, farmer of New Carlisle and Harriet Emma Munro his wife; born February 23, 1903 and baptized May 12, 1904. Sponsors: James S. Ray, Willie Enright. --- E.K. Wilson.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996 
Ray, William Johnston (I103787)
 
75 !St Andrew Anglican Church Records, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada. BORN - Mary Ann, daughter of Edmund LeGallais of Cox Township, farmer, and Mary Ann Munro his wife; born September 29, 1867 and baptized January 19, 1868. Edmund LeGallais and Mary Ann LeGallais. Robert Munro, uncle; Jane LeGallais, aunt; Susan Gallie, cousin. -- George Milne, Clergy.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Legallais, Mary Ann (I103646)
 
76 !St Andrew Anglican Church Records, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada. Born - William, son of Edmund LeGallais of Cox Township, farmer and Mary Ann Munro his wife; born November 12, 1865 and baptized January 14, 1866. Edmund LeGallais and Mary Ann Munro. D(aniel) Bisson (Esq.), uncle and Mary C(aroline) Bisson his wife, aunt. -- George Milne, Clergy.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Legallais, William (I103645)
 
77 !St Andrew Anglican Church Records, New Carlisle, Quebec, CXanada. 1901 - BORN - Hilda, daughter of James Scott Ray, farmer of New Carlisle, and Harriet Emma Munro his wife; born September 7, 1900 and baptized June 23, 1901. Signatures: John (or Thos ?) Sylvester Ray, William Ray. -- E.K. Wilson

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996 
Ray, Hilda (I103786)
 
78 !St Andrew Anglican Church Register, New Carlisle, Quebec. BORN - Henry Goodman, son of Robert Wiley Fitton of New Carlisle, Esq., Coroner and Registrar, and Sarah Harriet Munro his wife, born November 15, 1849 and baptised December 29, 1850. Parents: Robert W. Fitton and Sarah H. Fitton. Sponsor: Robert Smollett ---George Milne, Clergy. Note:Child died December 29 and was buried on the 31st of said month, 1850 at New Carlisle. Robert Smollett and William Munro, Uncle. --George Milne, Cergy. Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Fitton, Henry Goodman (I103642)
 
79 !St Andrew Anglican Church Register, New Carlisle, Quebec. BORN - William Hamilton Bruce, son of Robert Wiley Fitton of New Carlisle, Esquire, Registrar and Coroner for the County of Bonaventure, and Sarah Harriet Munro his wife; born November 26, 1845 and baptized December 2, 1846. Parents: Father not present, Sarah H. Fitton. Sponsors: Harriet Ross and Margaret Hall. ---George Milne, Clergy

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Fitton, William Hamilton Bruce (I103640)
 
80 !St Andrew Anglican Church Register, New Carlisle, Quebec. BORN- Sarah Susan, daughter of Robert Wiley Fitton of New Carlisle, Esquire, Coroner and Registrar, and Sarah Harriet Munro his wife; born January 31, baptised June 19, 1848. Parents: R.W. Fitton and S.H. Fitton, Sponsor: Isabella Milne (Minister's wife). --- George Milne, Clergy.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Fitton, Sarah Susan (I103641)
 
81 !St Andrew Anglican Church Registers, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada. 1862 - BORN - James Scott, son of Sylvester Ray of Cox Township, farmer, and Elizabeth ann Scott his wife; born July 27, 1860 and baptized June 25, 1862. Parents: Sylvester Ray and Elizabeth A. Ray Sponsor: William H. Scott, uncle. ----- George Milne, Clergy.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996 
Ray, James Scott (I103781)
 
82 !St Peter Anglican Church Records, Paspebiac, Quebec, Canada. 1871 - BORN - John, son of Philip Johnston Munro of Cox Township, farmer, and Harriet Bean his wife; born May 18, baptized on the 19th of said month 1871. Parents: Father not present, Mother did not sign. Sponsors: William Munro, Margaret Munro, his wife-Grandparents of child. -- George Milne, Clergy.

!Note - DIED - John, infant son of Philip Johnston Munro, directly above, died July 2 and was buried on the 3rd of said month 1871 at St. Peter's Church, Paspediac. Witnewsses: Philip Johnston Munro, William Munro - Grandfather. ---- George Milne, Clergy.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996 
Munro, John (I103779)
 
83 !St Peter's Anglican Church Records of Paspebiac, Quebec. 1864 - BORN - Sarah, daughter of James Whittom of Cox Township, farmer, and Ann Minerva Munro his wife; born October 23, baptized December 8, 1864. Parents: James Whittom and Ann M. Munro Sponsors: John F(rancis) Gallie - uncle, Mrs. Jane E(lizabeth) LeMasurier - aunt, Mrs. Mary ann Whittom - aunt. ---George Milne, Clergy.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Whittom, Sarah (I103772)
 
84 !St Peter's Church at Paspebiac, Quebec. 1868 - BORN - Francis, son of James Whittom of Cox Township, farmer, and the now deceased Ann Minerva Munro his wife; born April 4 and baptized June 4, 1868. Sponsors: William Whittom - uncle, George Whittom - uncle, Mrs. Elizabeth Gallie - aunt. --- George Milne, Clergy.

!1868 - DIED - Francis, infant son of James Whittom of Cox Township, farmer, and the late Ann Minerva Munro his wife; died August 25 and was buried on the 27th od said month 1868 at St. Peter's Church, in the presence of the father. (No signatures.) ----- George Milne, Clergy.

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996 
Whittom, Francis (I103774)
 
85 !St Peter's Church Records, Paspebiac, Quebec. 1866 - BORN - Florence, daughter of James Whittom of Cox Township, farmer, and Ann Minerva Munro his wife; born March 16, 1866, baptized on 26th of said month , 1866. Parents:James Whittom - Mother at present unable to sign. Sponsor: Philip LeGallais, Junr. - cousin. (Baptism apparently occurred at home.)
---- George Milne, Clergy.

RECEIVED into St. Peter's Church, Paspebiac on July 29, 1866, Florance, daughter of James Whittom of Cox Township, farmer, and Ann Minerva Munro his wife; Privately baptized March 21st last. Ann M. Whittom, James Whittom. Sponsors: Jane LeGallais, Margaret J. Scott and John Hocquard Junr., all cousins.
-----George Milne, Clergy

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
Oct 1996 
Whittom, Florence (I103773)
 
86 !Thomas Fraser (1748-1821) was born in Stratherrich, Inverness, Scotland, and with his father, William Fraser and other members of his family, came to New York Province in 1766, afterwards settling in the Mohawk Valley on some land leased from Sir John Johnson. Thomas married Mary McBain and remained on this farm, his father and brother, William, having in the meantime bought a farm of 600 acres near Ballstown. Thomas was present when the six hostages were taken on Jan 1776 at Sir John Johnson's Estate and the renmainder of his followers disarmed. In the spring of 1777, the two brothers attempted to reach Canada but they were attcked and, with others, made prisoners and confined in Albany Gaol.
During the following July, Mrs. Thomas Fraser (Mary McBain) concealed a file and a rope in a loaf of bread which she was allowed to carry to her husband. Thomas had small hands and managed to get rid of his handcuffs. With the file he cut one of the iron bars of the gaol window. Unfortunately, his brother William was a large man, and got stuck going out the window. It looked as though the plot was doomed to failure but by some sqeezing on William's part and pushing and pulling by the others he was at last free, and the whole party escaped.
On August 24, 1777, both brothers received commissions in the British Army; William as Captain and Thomas as Leutenant. Before Burgoyne surrendered, the Frasers, with their followers, escaped to Montreal, reaching there about October 24th. The brothers performed garrison duty on the Yamaska River beyond St. Francois, Quebec, each having a company as Captain until the end of the war.
In May 1780, their father with the other members of the three families came to Canada, the wives and children of the two brothers joining them at Yamaska.
In 1784, the Frasers looked after the settlement of their men in Edwardsburg, Thomas himself receiving a land grant of 1,000 acres, afterwards increased to 3,000 and 4,000 acres because he had a wife and five children.
Thomas' first wife, Mary, died in 1793 and he married Mary, daughter of John Mcdonell of Leek in 1795. There was no issue of this marriage.
Thomas Fraser afterwards represented Glengarry in the Fifth Parliament 1808-1812. In 1797 he described himself as Lt-Colonel of the Militia of the County of Grenville. In the War of 1812 he commanded the Dundas Militia and was at the taking of Ogdansburg Feb 22, 1813. In 1815 he was appointed to the Legislative Council.
His third wife was the widow of Allen Paterson and was the daughter of the Honorable John Munro of Matilda.
Thomas Fraser died October 18, 1821.

The following is the listing of Thomas Fraser from William Reid's "THE LOYALISTS IN ONTARIO":

Fraser, Thomas of Edwardsburg. Captain, Loyal Rangers. Born in Scotland in 1748; m.(1) Mary McBean of Glenlochy; m. (2) Mary Macdonell of St. Regis on Feb 7, 1795. She was the dau of John McDonell; he died at Matilda 18 Oct 1821. Appt Capt., 10th Co. Loyal Rangers on June 22, 1782.
Mary, b. 1785; m. Edward P. Kingsbury, Capt 81st Regt; d. 27 April 1855.
Richard Duncan of Edwardsburg, b. 1790; m. Mary Mcdonell
William of Edwardsburg, b. 1772
John of Edwardsburg, b. 1790; d. prior to 1826; Lt. Glengarry Fencibles.
Simon of Edwardsburg
Grace T., b. 1777; m. Alexander McQueen of Edwardsburg
Margaret bap 7 March 1792
Daniel of Edwardsburg
Hugh of Matilda

Ref: Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9
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Fraser, Thomas (I103933)
 
87 !Unsigned, undated memo from the "Munro Box" at McCord Library: "Col. McCarthy came to Canada with his three daughters; lived on College Street; one married Henry Munro, the 2nd to Tracy of Albany, 3rd to a De Lery".

References:

(1) Clan Munro files - Munro, Henry Dallas - GEDCOM file HMUNRO.GED dated 9 Oct
1996

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McCarty, Elisa (I103593)
 
88 ""Far West Site" Dutton, Elizabeth (I9894)
 
89 "'Blenheim', St. Margarets Parish, Caroline Co., Virginia" Taliaferro, Norborne Thomas (I77708)
 
90 "(14-1421) 1407" Arundel, Jane (I25674)
 
91 "(16-1362)" I think this means John was age 16 in 1362. de Tudenham, John (I30654)
 
92 "(20-1470)" Harcourt, John (I26798)
 
93 "(dower), Brimpsfield, gloucestershire, England" Family F11927
 
94 "(elham), Swingfield, Kent, England" Hogben, Sarah (I10149)
 
95 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Trayner, Joshua Drew (I99285)
 
96 "(ipm)" Done, John (I33732)
 
97 "(ipm)" Wever, Elizabeth (I33733)
 
98 "(lynne) Ogden, Weber, Ut" Pierce, Elizabeth (I50026)
 
99 "(lynne) Ogden, Weber, Ut" Pierce, Bertha (I50073)
 
100 "(registry At Peterborough, Northampton), England" Gould, Richard (I25022)
 

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