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Where are these Loyalist families buried?

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Re: Where are these Loyalist families buried?

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Hi Maggie . J. Young here . We have many of these ancestors in common , so I will be as brief as possible . The Wood family lived on South Branch Road Charlottenburg at what is now Sandy Woods subdivision [many Wood are buried St Andrews Church Williamstown] . The Alguire family are primarily Cornwall Twp Stormont County [earliest generations possibly buried on their own farms] . Mathius Snetsinger KRRNY lived at Cornwall [ son George was married to George Gallinger KRRNY daughter Mary --- my line] ,[ probably Trinity on 2nd St West] . Michael Gallinger Sr and Jr as well as Christian , Friedrick , and George were all KRRNY. There was a cemetery located at corner of 6 St and Sydney in Cornwall [stones were cemented into one block] . The Cline family lived near Cornwall Centre north of Cornwall there is a small cemetery located there .The Manson family lived at Mille Roche , Moullinet , and Wales [west of Cornwall and all flooded by Seaway] stones may be relocated at Wales Road west of Long Sault . The Eamer family were located at Eamer's Corners north of Cornwall [ no known cemetery there] . John Duldreggan Grant had 17 children [the one married to Dow , may have been his daughter or grandaughter , I am not clear on that , but they took over part of his farm] many of them buried at St Andrews Williamstown . There is also a very old graveyard called Glennoire located at Glen Road Charlottenburg [but no individual markers] . Very earliest settlers probably buried on their farms and the markers lost .
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