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In JF Pringle's, "Old U.E. Loyalists List," What Does "A.Mc.L." Stand For, Please?

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Re: In JF Pringle's, "Old U.E. Loyalists List," What Does "A.Mc.L." Stand For, Please?

Eileen (View posts)
Posted: 7 Apr 2004 5:01AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Oct 2012 8:31PM GMT
Surnames: Edmonds, Smith, Swart
You can take a free two-week trial subscription to genealogy.com as it is part of their International & Passenger Records -- The Ontario Register. I have the following for you from that volume:

Thomas J. Edmonds m. Susanah Smith, both of Windham, 20 July 1836, witn: Ira Smith and William Swart; by Rev. John Harris, Regular Baptist Church, London District Marriage Registers

You don't mention what timeframe your Thomas J. would have been born. I have only been able to find references to him as perhaps a veteran of the War of 1812:

Thomas Edmonds found in:

Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s-1900s
Event: Born
Year: Abt 1792
Province of record source: Ontario
Source: Eric Jonasson, Canadian Veterans of the War of 1812, Wheatfield Press, Winnipeg, 1981.
Volume/Page(s): 32

SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Jan Mongoven 28 Feb 2004 5:44PM GMT 
Eileen 28 Feb 2004 10:17PM GMT 
Jan Mongoven 28 Feb 2004 11:12PM GMT 
brennak11 7 Apr 2004 6:38AM GMT 
Eileen 7 Apr 2004 11:01AM GMT 
Sheryle DePirro 7 Apr 2004 2:07PM GMT 
blanken52 8 Oct 2012 4:58PM GMT 
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