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Re: Charles S. Tooley 1841
Posted by: jack shinnick (ID *****9938) Date: November 13, 2007 at 07:09:45
In Reply to: Re: Charles S. Tooley 1841 by Sheila Labbe of 837

Hi Sheila, You didn,t want those files any way. I since updated them. There are a number of solutions to try for this problem there is another type of file to try, compressed, file.
I didn't think they were too big. some people get them, some don't.
I've kept an eye out for Florence,but, don't even recall the name.
I tried to base all my info. on records when possible I've been to court houses,churches, was a member Ont.Genealogy Society in Brockville,Etc. this is why I have to discount the London theory, too many vital,records, among other records showing ancestors here c1630. I tried to find where I missed the move from Ct. to NY,before Canada,but I don't find it. I missed it through the children.
Like I said Timlicks must have been very close to the Shinnicks,and Martin Tooley's children. About 1988-90 I was looking in couple times a week on the last of the Shinnick boys Loyal Wm.(Bud),didn't like Loyal nohow. He couldn't remember what he had for breakfast,but, he could relate tales about the Timlicks, His Gfather Charlie,( have a picture he gave me)

Chas. S. holding him when born 1901.

Your mother was refering to Uncle Teddy (Thomas Albert)b 1904. He my mother & father, Alice Tooley + others. belonged to ledercranz. Hope I spelled that right, My mother played piano, Teddy sang. My mother wasn't accepted into the Tooley family early on,and said she was hurt,but having great patience,and not making a big deal of it,it wasn't long before they became inseparable,and remained that way until everyone passed on. Even though they were cousins we weren't allowed to call them by first names so refered to as aunt Alice Winnie,Etc.

I have no info.on Orley or Alice other than birth dates. I know one or the other or both visited us in Syracuse, more than likley your mother too.
Did I mention when I was the OGS, in Brockville, about 1993. I mentioned the name Timlick,and myrtle Johnston snapped around,said she just got a book on Timlicks, went and got it for me. Just had time to thumb through making sure was right
It was. It's a big beautiful hard cover book I for the exact title something like "Timlick-Timblick, Timberlake.
Cousin Jack

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