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  • Evans Books: Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia, 2012, 386 pages.

    This publication is divided into a series of chronological chapters marking various periods in Ireland's history from the year 1169 to 1851. Each chapter provides an overview of the period's history that is relevant to immigration, emigration, and migration, followed by details on the migration events and patterns that took place as a result of that period's history. Hence each chapter covers the cause and effect of migration into, within, and out of Ireland for each period. Appendices are included, listing the names of immigrants of the various ethnic groups that settled in Ireland, particulary for periods before 1600, as well as appendices listing sources for the names of emigrants who left Ireland after 1600. This publication should go a long way toward helping anyone whose ancestors came from Ireland in understanding the context and details of Irish migration over the course of nearly 700 years.

  • Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia: Evans Books, 2011, 143 pages.

    This publication is about the descendants of Robert & Anne Marshall of County Leitrim, who settled in Megantic County, Quebec in the 1830s. Their ancestors are outlined in Ireland, and their descendants are traced, including their subsequent out-migrations from Megantic County to across North America. Also included is material on the origins of the surname Marshall, and an inventory of Marshall records for County Leitrim. The publication also deals with other unrelated Marshalls of Megantic County, Quebec. The previous publication in hard copy print version is now obsolete and out of print.

    Files on CD ROM are in PDF format.

  • Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia: Evans Books, 2009, 673 pages.

    This publication is a compilation of Irish records for the surname Marshall, including its original form of Le Mareshal, covering a period of 681 years. The material is organized by county, and by parish within each county. Each entry includes the reference source. The data was abstracted from published and unpublished primary records, and secondary records and references to the surname found in a variety of publications. In all, several thousand sources were used. This publication should be invaluable to anyone who descends from Marshalls of Ireland.

    Files on CDs are in pdf format.

  • Lower Sackville: Nova Scotia, Evans Books, 2009, 228 pages.

    This publication is in two parts. Part I outlines and evaluates all of the primary and secondary information available on the generation of Hendersons who emigrated to Megantic County, and later to Vermont, namely James, Martha, William, Wilson, Thomas and Mary Ann, as well as other seemingly unrelated Hendersons. It lays the groundwork for researching their origins on the Caledon Estate of counties Tyrone and Armagh. Part II outlines the history of land ownership of the Caledon Estate, parish churches associated with it, and background information on the Caledon Estate as a community. It also includes extensive land and parish records in Ireland of our Hendersons, and related families of Edwards, Davidson, Oliver, Wright, Wilson, and Irvine.

    CD ROM includes many colour photos of the Caledon area. (Colour photos not available in Hard Copy or e-Book.)
    Files on CDs are in pdf format.

  • Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia: Evans Books, 2004, 400 pages.

    Part I is a history of the surname Davidson, with chapters including : MacDhaibhidh of Pre-History Ireland and Scotland, with the surname evolving to Davidson, the Davidsons in Ireland 1608-1830, the Davidsons in Megantic County, Quebec, the Davidson Diaspora in North America, and Davidsons of Note. Part II is the genealogy of the descendants of George Davidson I & wife, Agnes Oliver, and their 8 children, all of whom came to Megantic Co.,
    Quebec in the late 1820s. The eight children of George and Agnes Davidson whose genealogy is covered are 1. Agnes (Mrs. William Warren Trebilcock), 2. Nickley (Mrs. Andrew Fulton), 3. Eliza (Mrs. Samuel Henry), 4. Susannah (Mrs. William Edwards Henderson), 5. Thomas (and wives Sophia Hogg, Jane Annesley and Ann Bain), 6. Jane (Mrs William Marshall), 7. Robert (and wife, Phoebe Aldrich), and 8. George II (and wife, Eliza Hogg). It follows their migrations across North America, and includes many old photographs and copies of the original records of baptisms, marriages, and burials from parish registers.

    Files on CDs are in pdf format.

  • Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia: Evans Books, 2003, 328 pages.

    Part I includes the ancestry of the Littles from County Armagh and their emigration to Lower Ireland, Inverness Township, Megantic County, Quebec in 1828. Their descendants are followed to recent generations across North America. Part II follows Henry Ralston I of Keady, County Armagh, through his military career in the Gloucestershire Regiment (1798-1816), through campaigns in Gibraltar, Minorca, Egypt, Ireland, Spain, Holland, Belgium, and Waterloo. He is followed through to his settlement in Megantic County, Quebec. His descendants are followed through to recent generations, including their later migrations across North America. It includes many old photographs, and copies of original records of baptisms, marriages, and burials from parish registers.

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  • Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia: Evans Books, 2003, 56 pages.

    This publication describes conditions in Ulster which led to emigration in the 1815-1840 period, emigration patterns out of Ulster, settlement experiences and cultural transfer in Quebec. It uses seventeen Megantic County Ulster Protestant families as examples, but the conditions leading to emigration apply equally to all Ulster Protestant emigrants to Canada of the period. The publication is the expansion of an essay completed in connection with a Graduate Seminar in Irish and Scottish Emigration.

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  • Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia: Evans Books, 2002, 182 pages.

    This genealogy publication follows the ancestry of Moses Aldrich (1763-1850), back to the arrival of his ancestor, George Aldrich (c1605-1683) of Derbyshire who arrived in the Mass. Bay Colony in 1631, and that of his wife, Abigail Williams, a descendant of the William’s founding family of Providence, Rhode Island. George’s descendants are followed from Mass. to Rhode Island, to Vermont where they were among the earliest settlers in the 1790s, and to his descendant Moses’ arrival in Megantic County, Quebec in 1816. Moses’ descendants are followed to the Huron Tract of Upper Canada, the Canadian Prairies, the US mid-west, back to New England, and through the US Civil War, down to present times. Among his descendants is a past Director of the NASA Space Program. Moses’ family is also related to the family of Nelson Rockefeller, through Nelson’s father, the American industrialist.

    Files on CDs are in pdf format.

  • Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia: Evans Books, 2000, 116 pages.

    This publication follows Hugh Hogg of Banbridge, County Down, his military career in the Royal Irish Fusiliers (1797-1817) in Holland, Belgium, in Paris as a prisoner, in the West Indies, and in Lower Canada, including military service on the Portage of Temiscouata, (1807-1817), and his eventual settlement in 1820 in Megantic County. It includes the genealogy of his descendants, and their subsequent migration history. It also includes, by marriage to Hugh Hogg I at Quebec in 1807, the thirteen generation ancestry of his wife, Louisa Greffard, a French-Canadian whose ancestors arrived at Ile d’Orleans, New France in 1658 from La Roche- sur-Yon, Poitou, Vendee, France.

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  • Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia: Evans Books, 1999, 404 pages. See Testimonials

    This publication is about the settlement and development of the townships of Megantic County, namely Leeds, Inverness, Halifax, Nelson, Thetford, Coleraine, Tring, Ireland, and Somerset, and of the neighbouring parishes of St-Sylvestre and St-Patrice-de-Beaurivage in Lotbiniere County. This area was on the historic Eastern Townships settlement path - the Craig Road. It includes sections on geography, topography, and toponomy, Abenakis, Americans and soldiers and their early activities in the area (1677-1824), the arrival of Irish settlers, Scots from the mainland of Scotland, Scots from the Isle of Arran, and English settlers (1825- 1860). It covers the settlement and development of each of the above mentioned townships and parishes, such as the political role played in the county’s settlement by A. C. Buchanan, first Emigration Agent of the Canadas, the development of the Orange Lodges, churches and schools, religious and ethnic relations between Ulster-Protestants, Irish-Catholics, and French-Canadian settlers, epidemics and other medical matters, education, women’s history, folklore, commerce, and the development of the copper and asbestos mines. It also outlines the patterns of outmigration to the Huron Tract of Upper Canada, the US Plain States, New England, and the Canadian Prairies. It includes detailed maps of each township, township lot plans for 1831 and dozens of tables and topical lists of names. Most English-speaking families whose ancestors settled in the county will find their ancestors mentioned.

    Files on CDs are in pdf format.

  • Gwen Barry, compiler, self published: 1999, 300 pages.

    It is a compilation of articles on the history of various Protestant churches, primarily Anglican, in the former Deanery of Levis. The Deanery included parishes along the north and south shores of the St Lawrence River around Quebec City, and as far south as Megantic County. The articles on the various churches were researched and written over a twelve year period by Canon H. Brazel, and published monthly in The Outlet. It was, at the time, an organ of St Luke’s Anglican Church, Magog, Quebec, and is now privately owned. Brazel’s articles were compiled with the permission of Canon Brazel, and of the Rector, St Luke’s Anglican Church, Magog. This book is provided free of charge, except for costs to cover materials and shipping.

    Note: Copies are held by the Quebec Anglican Diocesan Archives, Bishop’s University, Lennoxville, Quebec, and The Eastern Townships Research Centre, McGeer Library, Bishop’s University, Lennoxville, Quebec.

    Files on CDs are in pdf format.

  • Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia: Evans Books, 1996, 88 pages.

    This is a genealogy of the Guy family from Ulster, their settlement in Thetford Township, Megantic County c1828. It also includes genealogy on branches of the following Guy-related families : McGinnis, McKee, McKelvie, Anderson, Hutchison, Longmore, Duff, Watson and Simpson.

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  • Cheltenham, Ontario: Boston Mills Press, 1979, 142 pages.

    Part I of this publication is a community history of the settlement of Lower Ireland, Inverness Township, Megantic County, Quebec, dealing specifically with range roads number 1-4, known as ‘Lower Ireland.’ Part II is a bare bones genealogy of the families of Aldrich, Hogg, Little, Marshall, Henderson, and Davidson. Part II of this publication has been largely replaced by individual publications on each of these families, however, the community history of Part I is still valid.

    Available in hard copy only.

  • Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia: Evans Books, 2011, 327 pages.

    This publication traces the Evans and Wildblood ancestry of William Evans of High Ercall, Shropshire through to his arrival of 1892 in Richmond, Quebec on the present site of the Wales Home, and the Colton, Newton, and Sturtevant ancestry of William’s wife, Ellen Colton of Nottingham through to her arrival in Melbourne Township, Quebec in 1895. It traces their migration back and forth across the US border following quarry work. Their descendants are included to present times. It includes copies of original records from parish registers of Shropshire and Nottingham, as well as many photos. It also includes some history on the Welsh slate quarry settlement at New Rockland, Melbourne Township, which has long since disappeared.

    The previous publication in hard copy print version is now obsolete and out of print.

    Files on CDs are in pdf format.


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