Norton Creek, Beauharnois Seignory/County, Quebec, Canada



 


Tree: 26: George Wanless & Isabella Kay
Notes: Norton Creek (hamlet)
A hamlet that was first located at a mill site on the Norton Creek where it crosses Rte 209, 1.6mi (2.6km) west of St-Clothilde. (45.151N/73.704W) It was also called Brownville for a time and also Norton Creek Crossing. It's name was later moved downstream to the hamlet of McGill's Corners where the Norton Creek Post Office was established some time before 1832.

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Birth

Matches 1 to 3 of 3

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID   Tree 
1 Wanless, Eleanor or Helen or Ellen or Lottie  23 Aug 1863Norton Creek, Beauharnois Seignory/County, Quebec, Canada I20 26: George Wanless & Isabella Kay 
2 Wanless, George James  3 Aug 1847Norton Creek, Beauharnois Seignory/County, Quebec, Canada I10 26: George Wanless & Isabella Kay 
3 Wanless, James Bailie  4 Oct 1865Norton Creek, Beauharnois Seignory/County, Quebec, Canada I21 26: George Wanless & Isabella Kay 

Residence

Matches 1 to 3 of 3

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Residence    Person ID   Tree 
1 Wanless, Eleanor  Feb 1850Norton Creek, Beauharnois Seignory/County, Quebec, Canada I90 26: George Wanless & Isabella Kay 
2 Wanless, James  1863-Apr 1866Norton Creek, Beauharnois Seignory/County, Quebec, Canada I11 26: George Wanless & Isabella Kay 
3 Wanless, Thomas Kay  1847Norton Creek, Beauharnois Seignory/County, Quebec, Canada I8 26: George Wanless & Isabella Kay 

Witness

Matches 1 to 2 of 2

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Witness    Person ID   Tree 
1 Wanless, Eleanor  Aug 1847Norton Creek, Beauharnois Seignory/County, Quebec, Canada I90 26: George Wanless & Isabella Kay 
2 Wanless, George  Aug 1847Norton Creek, Beauharnois Seignory/County, Quebec, Canada I70 26: George Wanless & Isabella Kay