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Re: 3 Brothers - John, Thomas, Henry 1817
Posted by: Karen - Canada Date: May 31, 2001 at 06:33:07
In Reply to: Re: 3 Brothers - John, Thomas, Henry 1817 by Linda Johnson of 392

Hi Linda,

We match very closely, I'm sure it maybe the same. My only problem is that this is all information I recieved from my aunt. She got it from her cousin so I have no way of knowing where her cousin got this information and it was given to her years ago. I did although find it on the family tree maker cd as well.

My information said:

Thomas Kinsella married Eleanore Locas abt 1819 in Rawdon. She was born abt. 1800.

Children are:
1. Catherine Kinsella b. 1820
2. Mary Kinsella b. 1827
3. John Kinsella b. 1829
4. Thomas Kinsella b. 1831
5. Genevieve Kinsella b. 1837
6. James Kinsella b. 1841
7. Louis Kinsella b. 1841
8. Margaret Kensella b. 1843
9. Sophia Kinsella b. 1845
10. Bridget Kinsella b. 1848

Thomas Kinsella (spelling changed to Kinchela) died 1895. He married Ann Bowie May 26, 1857 on Calumet Island, Quebec. She lived from 1835-1906. They had 7 girls and 7 boys. I have all 14 names and years born. One son, my great grandfather was named Joseph Henry Kinchela (spelling changed again to Kensley) He married Agnes Armour October 16, 1898. I have all their dates and names too. There son Elwood in my Grandfather.

Our last name changed for three generations but is now Kensley.

If you want more information I would love to share with you.

Karen Bertrand


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