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From: "Marilyn Haggart" <>
Subject: Re: [SCTCDN] Martin or Marshall Family in Montreal
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2003 19:37:25 -0500
Hope the following may be of some help.
Quebec Family History Society,
173 A Cartier Ave,
Suite 3, Pointe Claire Quebec
American Canadian Genealogy
P.O. Box 668,
Manchester, N.H. 03105
I was a member of Quebec Family History Society ages ago, I think they are
still at that address.
I think they have lots of date relating to Montreal/American data. I know
they did do a listing of all marriages in Christ Church Cathedral. At one
time (don't has me the dates) there was not a border. They went freely back
and forth between Montreal and U.S.
Hope this will help you a little.
----- Original Message -----
From: Robin Weinhold <>
Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 1:32 PM
Subject: [SCTCDN] Martin or Marshall Family in Montreal
> Searching for parents of Frank (Francis) Martin (possibly McMartin) born
about 1840 in NY. Census info indicates his parents were born in Canada. My
mother's recollections indicate her grandmother, Frank Martin's daughter,
told her the family once owned the land the city of Montreal was established
on. She was taken to a cathedral in Montreal on several occasions so I would
assume a connection to the Catholic Religion. Frank Martin lived most of his
life in Franklin Co. NY but I haven't been able to find any reference to his
> The other possibility is that the family referred to by my g-grandmother
would have been from her mother's side. Clarissa (Clarissee, Clarisey)
Marshall born in NY about 1837 to Joseph Marshall (Marchal) born in Canada
about 1810 and Christie McDonald. Both Joseph and Christie's parents were
born in Canada. Joseph's father's name was Antoine Marshall.
> I'm new to Canadian research/history so any info that will point me in the
right direction would be greatly appreciated.
> Robin Weinhold
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