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Re: Demill Baptisms for 91 Years at the Dutch Reform Church, New Amsterdam
Posted by: James Way (ID *****6455) Date: September 02, 2003 at 11:11:46
In Reply to: Demill Baptisms for 91 Years at the Dutch Reform Church, New Amsterdam by Al Dodd of 38

I have some of the DeMill Family Tree that I obtained from the book, "Pioneer Life On The Bay Of Quinte" and would be interested in any additional information that you can supply. My "Way Family" ancestors migrated from Queens Co., New York to Dutchess Co., New York and susquently to Prince Edward Co., Ontario, Canada. Both families are interconnected and the closest connection is my father's sister, Myrtle Emma Way, born June 9, 1902 married William B. Demille. I have recorded that his parents were Daniel B. DeMille and Hannah Bowen. His great grandparents were Isaac Demille and Mary Dixon. Please advise if my information appears to be correct. Thank you.


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