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Re: Bauder of Ontario
Posted by: John Lasher (ID *****8899) Date: October 24, 2010 at 22:52:12
In Reply to: Bauder of Ontario by Daniel Page of 318

Hi Daniel,

I'm researching the Canadian branch of Lashers that emigrated to Ontario circa 1809. Our immigrant ancestor was Andrew Lasher b. 1778 in Palatine, NY.

Are you by chance the author of the PDF book on-line found here?:

Henry Bauder was the brother-in-law of both Angelica and Margaret Lasher, the sisters of Andrew Lasher and he was also a cousin to the wife of Henry Lasher, Andrew's brother. Both Henry Bauder and Andrew Lasher went north to the Black River Valley in northern New York. Both had their first born children there and then both emigrated to Ontario, Canada about 1809. Further, both named their first born son Daniel and first born daughter Catherine. I find this to be too much of a coincidence. Henry Bauder was known to have lived in Lowville, Lewis County, New York from 1797 - 1809. Andrew is believed to have lived in Carthage, Jefferson County - about 5 miles north of Lowville. Henry Bauder went first to Sidney, Hastings Co., Ontario, Canada and then ultimately setting roots in Verona, Frontenac Co., Ontario, Canada. This is about 18 miles from where Andrew Lasher set roots in Richmond Twp., Lennox and Addington Co., Ontario, Canada.

I'm looking to find the source for the birthdates of Henry Bauder's children. Perhaps Andrew Lasher and his children were born/baptised there too. Is there a way of that you can get these sources? Any help would be greatly appreaciated!

John Lasher

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