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Re: Dyment family of PEI Prince Edward Island Canada and MA Mass Massachusetts
Posted by: Gregory Christie (ID *****3681) Date: November 24, 2005 at 20:54:28
In Reply to: Dyment family of PEI Prince Edward Island Canada and MA Mass Massachusetts by John C. Schumacher-Hardy of 9


I am not a paying member, just trial. Contact me directly at:, not on this site. My ggg.grandmother was Sarah Anne Dyment. She was born in Devonshire, England on Nov.6,1835, siblings unknown. Her family emigrated to Hamilton , Ontario sometime before 1856. There she met Donald McDonald and married him in Guelph, March5,1856. 1857 they moved to Ripley, Ontario, 1879 to Algoma dist. just E. of Sault Ste. Marie. Between '57 & '80 they had 11 children: Sarah Jane (b.Hamilton), Jonathon L. (my gg.grandfather), Peter Dyment, Mary Ann, Jessie (Janet), Angus, Henrietta, Sarah Jane, Donald (Dan), George and James.
Sarah Anne McDonald (Dyment) died August10,1912 in MacLennan, Algoma Dist., Ontario, buried at the Stickney Cem. there. Husband Donald McDonald returned to Ripley apx.1915, marries Mrs.Currie, dies back in MacLennan in 1918.
Sarah's parents were Peter Dyment and Mary Milney. Little is known about them except that they were both born in England, likely in Devonshire, likely married there, and emigrated to Hamilton, Ontario sometime between 1835 and 1855.
Any information would be appreciated on any connections you may have with this information and/or any other Dyments in and/or originating from Ontario and/or Devonshire, U.K. Thank you very much and good luck in your own searches!!!

Gregg Christie

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