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Phil: I am Albert who lived in Newburgh New York.I am retired and live in Port St Lucie, Florida.I have been in contact with John Holloway.He has also contributed information about Isaac Errett listed with other contributors to the Errett genealogy.I forwarded a copy of a letter my grandfather wrotein Feb1,1927 to his nephew Rev.Homer Minish,Rapid City, South Dakota.He describes the lineage of the Errett ancestors as dutch.This Errett was a captain in the army of William of Orange.He was killed but his two sonsHenry and Isaac Errett come to America about 1820.Henry settled in New York.Isaac Errett (not certain) settled in Canada was a Methodist preacher.His children,William,Edward and two girls,Sarah, and Elizabeth, my great grandmother,Elizabeth Errett Wilson.You can contact the Methodist Chuch of Canada for any information about the Errett family.I sent John Holloway copies of my grandfathers letter plus copies of the Errett family genealogy in the Christian Standard.A religous newspaper popular in the century.It details ther history of the two Errett brothers Henry and Issac.Your connection probably is with Issac Errett.Let me know if you want a copy of the newspaper article I would be more than glad to send you a copy. Glad to hear from you again. Albert Wilson