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Wednesday, 14 December 2005
Frank & Myrtle Church Home
Topic: Petersburgh History
Posted by Pamelia Neaton Eggsware on June 01, 2003 at 15:34:50:
(theeggbox@aol.com)
As I sit here in Frank & Myrtle Church's home (known to the Neaton family as Grandmother and Grandfather Church though no relatives) I find myself in awe and shedding tears as I read the web site. What memories. The Church family and the Well's families were alway close and now that the Church family has "moved" from Petersburgh those ties are only found at burials, through death notices or if I am lucky an encounter at a store and now I can go into the web stie and be updated.
Frank and Myrtles home will be open, as it always was to anyone who passes through, just knock on the door.
Bless you for the work and such a great site.

Posted by churchtree at 1:26 AM EST
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Thursday, 2 February 2006 - 10:11 PM EST

Name: Jim Church

Hello all Church family members, I am searching for the history of my Canadian Church family, my great great grandfather was John Church born in approx 1790, he was married to Rebecca Smith, the minister at their church states that his records show they were both from the USA, he married again to a Rebecca Croft who was born in Canada.Did they come from NY, Vermont, someone mentioned to me that his father could be Samuel or John R Church, does anyone have any information, John is buried in Calabogie Ontario Canada along with many Church relatives, thanks, Jim Church

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