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Re: Dermody in Maine and Washington State
Posted by: Libby Quanstrom Date: March 11, 2001 at 19:14:53
In Reply to: Dermody in Maine and Washington State by Sandra of 63

I too am looking for a Dermody at St. Joseph, Old Town, Maine during the same period. Her name was Anne M. Dermody and she married a John J. Binette/Binet. Not one bit on where Anne and "John" met but the Binette were Canadian in this area. I find a good contingent of Darmody, a variation, at Portneuf, Quebec but not mention of these individuals. This would be probaby third generation descendants of John Edward Dermody/Darmody and Alice Morissey if we can connect it. Here is what I have:

Mary daughter of Edward and Alice MORISSEY @ Ste. Catherine 21-09-1841 to John CAMPBELL

Ann daughter of John and Alire Moressey @ Ste. Catherine 01-04-1845 to James CLEARY

Edward son of John and Alice Morissey @ Ste. Catherine 15-02-1836 to Bridget LAHEY

Elizabeth daughter of Michael and Ellen MCDONALD @ Ste. Catherine 24-07-1883 to Cornelius MCCARTHY

Mary widow of John CAMPBELL @ Ste. Catherine 25-07-1848 to Patrick MCDONALD

John and Alice were immigrants from Ireland and came to Portneuf from St. John's Newfoundland where they married on February 15, 1814.

Again, this is all that I have. I am looking for an Anne M. Dermody who married John J. (possibly Jean Joseph) BINET/BINETTE late 1800 to early 1900.

Thanks, Libby Quanstrom (I can also be reached at


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