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    1. [NORTHEY] Responding to old archived messages
    2. Dave Naylor
    3. Hello Northey people. If you wish to respond to any old message here that discusses Northey research please send your response to the Northey Message Board at https://www.ancestry.ca/boards/surnames.northey/create Cheers! -- Dave -- David Naylor, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada HOTRUM/HARTRUM One-Name Study: <https://sites.rootsweb.com/~hotrum/> ---

    02/27/2020 05:42:19
    1. [NORTHEY] Discontinuation of this NORTHEY mailing list
    2. Dave Naylor
    3. Hello Mailing List Subscribers, As list administrator of this NORTHEY mailing list I have been informed by Ancestry.com, the current owner of RootsWeb, that... ----- Start of Ancestry.com message ----- Beginning March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails. Additionally, administration tools will no longer be available to list administrators and mailing lists will be put into an archival state. Administrators may save the emails in their list prior to March 2nd. After that, mailing list archives will remain available and searchable on RootsWeb. As an alternative to RootsWeb Mailing Lists, Ancestry message boards are a great option to network with others in the genealogy community. Message boards are available for free with an Ancestry registered account. Thank you for being part of the RootsWeb family and contributing to this community. Sincerely, The RootsWeb team ----- End of Ancestry.com message ----- It is obvious that Ancestry.com was spending resources to maintain these lists which directly do not produce any income to them. Furthermore the traffic on most mailing lists has lowered to a point where the lists themselves are hardly justified. Discussion with other list administrators shows that most surname lists will be completely discontinued. Further genealogical discussion about those surnames should take place on their respective locality list(s). Surname lists that are very active, along with most locality lists are being migrated to either Groups.IO or Google Groups. NORTHEY is a Cornish surname so we expect most discussion to take place on the new Cornish-Gen locality list at Google Groups. There is a NORTHEY Message Board at Ancestry.com where your messages will be welcomed. It is recommended that you send a message to this list (to be archived) listing your surname interest. Provide surname (all-capitals) and dates in Subject and body of your message. Provide a few other details in the body text: location, spouse, marriage date/location, children, etc. Most importantly provide in the body text an email address where you can be reached many years from now -- if you wish this can be munged such as jnorthey AT gmail DOT com, as long as it's understandable. Do this for every surname list to which you are subscribed. If you wish to discuss this further with other Northey list subscribers please write your message to northey@rootsweb.com (from a subscribed address). Thank you for all your previous help and participation in our Northey research. Cheers! -- Dave -- David Naylor, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada <https://sites.rootsweb.com/~hotrum/> ---

    01/11/2020 06:02:31
    1. [NORTHEY] Update on Rootsweb mailing lists
    2. Dave Naylor
    3. Hello folks, Ancestry.com now has all Rootsweb mailing lists running again, and messages are being processed with the latest Mailman-3 software. This upgrade to Mailman-3 has introduced some minor changes to the way things previously worked. The biggest change being that subscribers are now in control of how their messages are sent to them. Ancestry.com has selected defaults for handling mailing list messages to meet the needs of the majority of subscribers. These are: 1. Message delivery is enabled. It can be disabled for vacation periods, etc. 2. Each message is received separately. You can select to receive Digests that combine messages. 3. You will get copies of messages you send. This can be turned off. 4. You will not receive an acknowledgement of your own postings. This can be turned on. 5. Your email address will be visible to the list administrator and moderator. It can be hidden. 6. You will only receive one copy of multiple-addressed messages. This can be turned off. If the above defaults are acceptable to you and you have no need to see records of your activity then there is no need for further action on your part. However, if you want to change any default for one or more of the lists to which you subscribe you must create a Rootsweb user-ID and password. Note: if you already have an Ancestry ID then it is advisable to use this same ID/password for your Rootsweb use. With a Rootsweb user-ID you can set up your own "global" defaults that will apply to all lists to which you are subscribed. You can also set different "global" defaults for your different email addresses. Lastly you can set one or more lists to use settings that differ from your defaults. Furthermore, with a Rootsweb user-ID you can also view records of your list activity. As you can no doubt appreciate this amount of flexibility can get quite confusing! If you wish to proceed with setting up your own Rootsweb user-ID: 1. Create a user-ID and/or login at <https://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/accounts/login/> 2. After logging-in you will see your user-ID on the right side of the page. Click on it and select "Account". 3. Fill in your "First name" and "Last name". Do *not* attempt to change the time zone as it is fixed for Rootsweb´s servers. 4. Under "Other emails" add all email addresses used at Ancestry and Rootsweb. Each address will need to be verified separately. This should link all your subscribed mailing lists to your new user-ID. 5. Click on the "E-mail Addresses" tab and select which email address should be your primary one - usually the one used the most for your list subscriptions. 6. Return to your user-ID on the right side of the page and click on "Mailman settings". You should now see a list of all the mailing lists to which you are subscribed, a moderator, or a list owner. Finally... to send a message to a mailing list, address it to [listname]@rootsweb.com where "listname" is the name of the mailing list in lower-case. If you wish to contact me, the list administrator, send an email to <northey-owner@rootsweb.com> Cheers! -- Dave

    04/09/2018 12:33:17
    1. [NORTHEY] We are back together!!
    2. Hotrum family
    3. Hello folks, After many years of... nothing! Ancestry.com is finally bringing the Rootsweb mailing lists back to life. There is still much to be done but the lists are operational. This message will no doubt result in many bounces due to subscribers changing their old email addresses or cancelling them. If you receive this message then at least some of your lists are functional. This new version of Mailman software that runs these lists requires you to create a Rootsweb password for the eMail addresses you use here (they can be linked together) and this will enable you to use features that previously had to be requested -- digests, vacation pauses, etc. You are now able to set your own mail defaults and even have lists that override those defaults. Unfortunately Rootsweb's freepages are still offline and we have no date as to when they will be up and running again. In the meantime please send messages to this list to get conversations flowing again. There must be lots to report to other Northey researchers. If you are subscribed to other Rootsweb mailing lists then try them out too. Note: the archives of old list messages are not yet included. So searching/browsing the archives will only access new messages since the list were restored. Cheers! -- Dave (list admin)

    03/18/2018 09:04:26
    1. [NORTHEY] (Fwd) West Briton - 19 Nov 1858 BMDs
    2. Dave Naylor via
    3. ------- Forwarded message follows ------- West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser  Transcription of BMDs by Maurine Nuttall Friday, November 19, 1858 Marriages. . At Chacewater, on Saturday last, Mr. Richard MOYLE, to Miss Jane NORTHY, both of Wheal Busy. Julia M.   West Briton Transcriptions, 1836-1856 at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wbritonad St. Austell Area History and Genealogy at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~staustell Visit the OPC (Online Parish Clerk) web page for transcription information http://www.cornwall-opc.org/ ------- End of forwarded message -------

    01/30/2015 05:04:39
    1. [NORTHEY] (Fwd) West Briton Newspaper, 5 Nov 1858
    2. Dave Naylor via
    3. ------- Forwarded message follows ------- 5 Nov 1858 LETTER TO THE EDITOR THE GRAVES IN ST. COLUMB MAJOR CHURCHYARD Sir - As an old inhabitant of Saint Columb, I am, of course, interested in that spot in our parish in which are deposited the remains of our departed fathers, and in common with every well-disposed person in this parish, I desire to see that spot kept sacred and free from the intrusions of the wicked and the idle; and I admit that this very desirable object is one of sufficient importance to induce our Rev. Curate to suggest some means by which any unbecoming or indecent use of the churchyard may be prevented. But as the rev. gentleman and Mr. F. DAVIS, the master of the Church school, are utter strangers here, I do not expect that either of them can have that peculiar interest in our burial ground which attaches itself to those who regard that place as containing the remains of deceased relatives; and so I can only account for the sweeping measure which our Curate has entered upon, without first consulting the inclinations of the parishioners, and even, as I believe, in opposition to one of our churchwardens. . I am moreover surprised that Mr. F. Davis, who has only been in this town a few weeks, and thus can know nothing of the people here, should take upon himself to style and designate in so uncharitable a manner the persons of the town and parish, who formed the meeting to take into consideration the very extraordinary doings which were taking place in the churchyard. . In the face of his statements contained in the Cornwall Gazette, of the 29th ultimo," I say extraordinary doings; and if I am surprised of his illiberal attack upon our meeting, I must add that it is with pain I find him misrepresenting the consequences of the reckless three feet diggings in the graveyard. In support of this, my assertion, it so happens that an adjourned meeting of the parishioners was held on Tuesday, the 26th ult., for the purpose of further considering the subject, and large and respectable as that meeting was, consisting of both Churchmen and Dissenters, it was resolved by an overwhelming majority oethat this meeting has witnessed with regret the proceedings of the Curate in the churchyard, and requests he will at once restore it to its former condition." . Mr. Davis affirms that only eight boxes containing still-born children had been interfered with; but Mr. JAMES BENNY, a respectable and credible person of this town, has declared that he had seen at least one comparatively large coffin exposed to view at an early hour of the day, and, upon a subsequent visit, he found that it had been dislodged and removed; and I know that several other persons have witnessed this and similar exposures. . Mr. Davis, unkindly enough, refers to some persons who had seen in the churchyard some bones which had been recently exhumed, by observing that they could not decide whether one bone was a "rib, a finger, or a bull´s foot." His last expression unfortunately suggests to me that at any rate he has a strong respect for a papal bull, for only a few weeks since, by his taste, an extraordinary scene presented itself in our streets in the fact, amongst other odd things, that a decorated cross was carried before the coffin of his late wife in the funeral procession; the rev. Curate taking part in such procession. . I am sorry if it pains him that I notice this; I do it not to convey the idea that he is the subject of religious frenzy, but merely to show to the public the tone of religious feeling which is possessed by their informant of last week; and I must say upon the subject of his affirmation that "our Curates only follow Puseyism by strictly adhering to the Book of Common Prayer, that I do not find any order in that Book imposing a ceremony of the description referred to, in the burial service. . I find, however, that he is the Master of our Church school, selected by the Curate of this parish; and having shown what are his notions, I merely say of our rev. Curate, "noscitur ex soelis;" of if the Spanish proverb is as agreeable to him as is the Spanish religion, then I say, "Tell me what company a man keeps, and then I will tell him who and what he is.  But let us put aside proverbs, and come to the reasonable suggestion that the people of St. Columb do not exactly appreciate the undertaking of strangers in their astounding innovations. Mr. Davis and our Curate may mean no harm in their grave-destroying tastes. We have a congenial interest in our churchyard, and accordingly, as strangers are in the act of razing this sacred spot, we cry out with the frogs in the fable, oeall this may be pleasing enough to you, but in mercy desist, for you give us pain; and a pain which is intolerable under the domination of book, bell, and candle. . I am, your obedient servant, W.H. NORTHY St. Columb, Nov. 1st, 1858 ------------------------------------------------------- Julia Mosman, West Briton Transcriptions, 1836-1856 at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wbritonad St. Austell Area History and Genealogy at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~staustell ------- End of forwarded message ------- -- David Naylor, Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada. ---

    12/10/2014 01:16:34
    1. [NORTHEY] West Briton, 29 Oct 1858 BMDs
    2. Dave Naylor via
    3. ------- Forwarded message follows ------- West Briton & Cornwall Advertiser - 29th October 1858 -- transcribed by Bern Currie Marriages. At St. Pancras Church, London, on the 23rd inst., Mr. John NORTHEY, formerly of Baldhu, near Truro, to May Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. John BLACK, of 53 George-street, Euston-square. Julia Mosman West Briton Transcriptions, 1836-1856 at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wbritonad St. Austell Area History and Genealogy at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~staustell ------- End of forwarded message ------- -- David Naylor, Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada. ---

    12/06/2014 06:45:29
    1. Re: [NORTHEY] NORTHEY Digest, Vol 8, Issue 16
    2. lainie
    3. I apologize if I'm not replying to this properly. Not sure, how replies are done on this list. Karin, When I rechecked my family tree on Ancestry, you're right I do have John Northey and Ann Waters as parents of Joseph Northey. I don't have my old marriage and birth certificates with me. So can't say if I have Joseph Northeys. Will get all my birth and marriage certificates together and check to see if I have his. Since he was supposed to have died at 36 years of age in 1877, I believed he must have been born in 1841. >>Your Joseph and Margaret were 5 households away from John and Ann in the 1871 census in Kenwyn and this John and Ann had a son Joseph, christened 1839 in Chacewater.<< That's interesting. Is Todpool in Chacewater? I thought they were near but not the same. Lainie On Sun, Dec 15, 2013 at 12:00 AM, <northey-request@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > > ** NOTE ** > When replying to a message in the digest please do two things: > 1. Change the 'Subject' to that of the message you are replying to. > 2. Delete all the messages above and below the one you are concerned with. > Thank You - List Administrator > > Today's Topics: > > 1. Re: NORTHEY Digest, Vol 8, Issue 14 (Karen Krich) > 2. Autosomal DNA testing (Dave Naylor) > 3. Re: Joseph married to Margaret AXFORD (Karen Krich) > > > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > > Message: 1 > Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2013 13:06:31 -0500 > From: Karen Krich <karenkrich@gmail.com> > Subject: Re: [NORTHEY] NORTHEY Digest, Vol 8, Issue 14 > To: northey@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: > <CAMMw-EqCv25keqTnxezuiEXw1ASdNiec= > WY--Vh4CaaDdF0FWQ@mail.gmail.com> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 > > Dear Lainie, > > I thought your Joseph's parents were John NORTHEY and Ann WATERS. Do > you have Joseph's 1864 marriage certificate and if so who is the > father? > > Your Joseph and Margaret were 5 households away from John and Ann in > the 1871 census in Kenwyn and this John and Ann had a son Joseph, > christened 1839 in Chacewater. > > Happy holidays, > Karen > > On 12/13/13, lainie <lainiedemicco@gmail.com> wrote: > > Invitation to Christmas Dinner > > > > I would like to invite my great great grandfather Joseph Northey. Born > > about 1843 and died 1877. Married to Margaret Ann Axford. Joseph Northey > > was a miner who lived with his wife and 8 children in Todpool, Cornwall. > I > > would like to know the names of his parents and if he had siblings. > > > > Merry Christmas to all. > > > > Lainie > > > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > > NORTHEY-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes > > in the subject and the body of the message > > > > > ------------------------------ > > Message: 2 > Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2013 14:45:23 -0500 > From: "Dave Naylor" <naylor@unforgettable.com> > Subject: [NORTHEY] Autosomal DNA testing > To: northey@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: <52ACB553.22086.C22C7F@naylor.unforgettable.com> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII > > Hello Northey folks, > > My wife has an autosomal DNA match with two other Northey > descendants and we have discovered that their ancestral lines all connect > at Thomasina NORTHEY who married William NORTHCOTT on 1 > Apr 1840 in St. Austell, Cornwall, England. This means that the DNA > they inherited could have come from either the Northey or the Northcott > lineage. > > I would like to investigate this further and so am curious if any other > Northey descendants have taken an autosomal DNA test (only $99) at > any of the big three companies -- Family Tree DNA, 23andMe, or > Ancestry.com. ? > > If anyone has tested, then please upload the raw data to the GEDmatch > database so we can see if the above match is also shared. Thanks. > > Cheers! -- Dave > -- > David Naylor, Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada. > Web page: http://www3.sympatico.ca/dcnaylor > --- > > > > ------------------------------ > > Message: 3 > Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2013 22:14:56 -0500 > From: Karen Krich <karenkrich@gmail.com> > Subject: Re: [NORTHEY] Joseph married to Margaret AXFORD > To: northey@rootsweb.com > Message-ID: > < > CAMMw-EqBDeh7cHh8y6SZjTwz2UsCAYq8BScrwLmAVf8-vmDFCA@mail.gmail.com> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 > > Dear Lainie and list, > > I thought Joseph's parents were John NORTHEY and Ann WATERS. Do you > have Joseph's marriage certificate and if so, what is his father's > name? > > Your Joseph and Margaret are five families from John and Ann in Wheal > Busy, Kenwyn in 1871 and John and Ann had a son, Joseph, christened > 1839 in Chacewater. > > Happy holidays, > Karen > > > ------------------------------ > > To contact the NORTHEY list administrator, send an email to > NORTHEY-admin@rootsweb.com. > > To post a message to the NORTHEY mailing list, send an email to > NORTHEY@rootsweb.com. > > __________________________________________________________ > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > NORTHEY-request@rootsweb.com > with the word "unsubscribe" without the quotes in the subject and the body > of the > email with no additional text. > > > End of NORTHEY Digest, Vol 8, Issue 16 > ************************************** >

    12/15/2013 02:07:37
    1. Re: [NORTHEY] Joseph married to Margaret AXFORD
    2. Karen Krich
    3. Dear Lainie and list, I thought Joseph's parents were John NORTHEY and Ann WATERS. Do you have Joseph's marriage certificate and if so, what is his father's name? Your Joseph and Margaret are five families from John and Ann in Wheal Busy, Kenwyn in 1871 and John and Ann had a son, Joseph, christened 1839 in Chacewater. Happy holidays, Karen

    12/14/2013 03:14:56
    1. [NORTHEY] Autosomal DNA testing
    2. Dave Naylor
    3. Hello Northey folks, My wife has an autosomal DNA match with two other Northey descendants and we have discovered that their ancestral lines all connect at Thomasina NORTHEY who married William NORTHCOTT on 1 Apr 1840 in St. Austell, Cornwall, England. This means that the DNA they inherited could have come from either the Northey or the Northcott lineage. I would like to investigate this further and so am curious if any other Northey descendants have taken an autosomal DNA test (only $99) at any of the big three companies -- Family Tree DNA, 23andMe, or Ancestry.com. ? If anyone has tested, then please upload the raw data to the GEDmatch database so we can see if the above match is also shared. Thanks. Cheers! -- Dave -- David Naylor, Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada. Web page: http://www3.sympatico.ca/dcnaylor ---

    12/14/2013 07:45:23
    1. Re: [NORTHEY] NORTHEY Digest, Vol 8, Issue 14
    2. Karen Krich
    3. Dear Lainie, I thought your Joseph's parents were John NORTHEY and Ann WATERS. Do you have Joseph's 1864 marriage certificate and if so who is the father? Your Joseph and Margaret were 5 households away from John and Ann in the 1871 census in Kenwyn and this John and Ann had a son Joseph, christened 1839 in Chacewater. Happy holidays, Karen On 12/13/13, lainie <lainiedemicco@gmail.com> wrote: > Invitation to Christmas Dinner > > I would like to invite my great great grandfather Joseph Northey. Born > about 1843 and died 1877. Married to Margaret Ann Axford. Joseph Northey > was a miner who lived with his wife and 8 children in Todpool, Cornwall. I > would like to know the names of his parents and if he had siblings. > > Merry Christmas to all. > > Lainie > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > NORTHEY-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes > in the subject and the body of the message >

    12/14/2013 06:06:31
    1. Re: [NORTHEY] NORTHEY Digest, Vol 8, Issue 14
    2. lainie
    3. Invitation to Christmas Dinner I would like to invite my great great grandfather Joseph Northey. Born about 1843 and died 1877. Married to Margaret Ann Axford. Joseph Northey was a miner who lived with his wife and 8 children in Todpool, Cornwall. I would like to know the names of his parents and if he had siblings. Merry Christmas to all. Lainie

    12/13/2013 12:08:07
    1. Re: [NORTHEY] Invitation to Christmas Dinner
    2. FRANCES SAWYER
    3. I would invite Robert Northey , my x4 great grandfather. He was born 1801 in Cornwall, England and died 1856 in Millville, Grant Co, WI. He married Martha Edwards, 22 July 1829, at Chasewater, Kenwyn by Hugh Oxenham. In the 1841 census, Enumeration Dist #16, Kenwyn p 78, Todpool, all surnames Northey, all born in county, Robert 40 Miner copper Martha 30 William 10 Miner copper Elizabeth 4 Living in the next dwelling were these Northey's also all born in the county Robert 67 Miner copper Elizabeth 24 Miner copper William 7 I would ask about his wife and her family. I would ask if the Robert living next door was his father. The poor man would probably run away from me with all the question I have to ask. I have Info on Robert and Martha's Children but I have been stuck on the Robert's for years and on the Edward's family. I have found 28 Robert's in the Todpool, Chasewater area and cannot determine which one is my Robert. Everyone have a Merry Christmas! Fran Sawyer > Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2013 19:37:35 +1030 > From: heather.matthews8@gmail.com > To: northey@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [NORTHEY] Invitation to Christmas Dinner > > On 10/12/2013 6:57 AM, Dave Naylor wrote: > > Hello folks, > > > > This list is far too quiet and neglected so here's an attempt to liven it up > > a bit... > > > > Let's say you could invite just one departed Northey (or their spouse) to > > your Christmas Dinner. > > > > Please send a message to this mailing list telling the rest of us who it > > would be (provide their name and dates/locations), and... > > what questions you would ask that person, and... > > *why* you want to know the answers? > > > > You never know... that person's spirit may just find a way to answer the > > questions in your message! :-) > > > > Cheers! - Dave > > > > --- > This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active. > http://www.avast.com > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to NORTHEY-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    12/11/2013 11:27:33
    1. Re: [NORTHEY] Invitation to Christmas Dinner
    2. Heather Matthews
    3. On 10/12/2013 6:57 AM, Dave Naylor wrote: > Hello folks, > > This list is far too quiet and neglected so here's an attempt to liven it up > a bit... > > Let's say you could invite just one departed Northey (or their spouse) to > your Christmas Dinner. > > Please send a message to this mailing list telling the rest of us who it > would be (provide their name and dates/locations), and... > what questions you would ask that person, and... > *why* you want to know the answers? > > You never know... that person's spirit may just find a way to answer the > questions in your message! :-) > > Cheers! - Dave Hi Dave, Here is my invitation to my great (X3) grandmother Mrs Dorothy Northey (nee Venning). "Hello darling, I would love you to come to my Christmas dinner. We are having a traditional hot lunch, and I am sure my children and grandchildren would love to meet you. I would love to talk to you about _your_ family. I have many questions for you for example who are your parents and when were you born? I have been unable to find any record of your birth. Were Daniel Vinney and Cecilia Woodman your parents? You may also be able to tell me who the grandparents of your daughter Betsey's husband - James Richards were also. If you were still alive I would love to come and spend some time with you and find out what life was like in your day. I know that life was not easy when you were alive. I was surprised to find out that you were a nurse, and I also want to know if John Woodman Vinning was your brother, as I suspect. Can you tell me what the connection between Robert Northey and the Northey's in Cornwall? I think you better plan to stay for a couple of weeks, because I am sure you would have so much to tell me!!!!! Lots of love from Heather Matthew" --- This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active. http://www.avast.com

    12/10/2013 12:37:35
    1. [NORTHEY] Invitation to Christmas Dinner
    2. Dave Naylor
    3. Hello folks, This list is far too quiet and neglected so here's an attempt to liven it up a bit... Let's say you could invite just one departed Northey (or their spouse) to your Christmas Dinner. Please send a message to this mailing list telling the rest of us who it would be (provide their name and dates/locations), and... what questions you would ask that person, and... *why* you want to know the answers? You never know... that person's spirit may just find a way to answer the questions in your message! :-) Cheers! - Dave -- David Naylor, Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada. Web page: http://www3.sympatico.ca/dcnaylor ---

    12/09/2013 08:27:37
    1. [NORTHEY] Northey/Axford
    2. HEATHER NORTHEY
    3. Would you be referring to Joseph Northey 1843-1877, married to Margaret A Axford 1847-1910?

    10/13/2013 04:10:46
    1. [NORTHEY] Joseph Northey & Margaret Axford
    2. HEATHER NORTHEY
    3. Would you be referring to Joseph Northey 1843-1877, married to Margaret A Axford 1847-1910?

    10/13/2013 04:03:39
    1. [NORTHEY] Emily Grace Northey and Harriet A Northey
    2. lainie
    3. My Great great grandmother was Margaret Axford Northey. She was married to Joseph Northey. Until yesterday, I thought all of her children had remained in Cornwall. I now find that Harriet moved to Wisconsin and Emily to Connecticut. Harriet married John Evans Davis. Emily married Richard Fauckner. Does anyone have any connection to them. Thanks, Lainie

    10/13/2013 12:40:14
    1. [NORTHEY] (Fwd) West Briton, 9 October 1857 - BMDs
    2. Dave Naylor
    3. ------- Forwarded message follows ------- From: Julia Mosman <jwmos99@msn.com> Subject: West Briton, 9 October 1857 - BMDs WEST BRITON AND CORNWALL ADVERTISER 9 OCTOBER 1857 BIRTHS At Kellewerries, near Chacewater, on Saturday last, the wife of Mr. Abraham NORTHY, of a daughter. Julia M. West Briton Transcriptions, 1836-1856 at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wbritonad ------- End of forwarded message -------

    10/07/2013 05:28:07
    1. [NORTHEY] (Fwd) West Briton, 25 Sept 1857 - deaths
    2. Dave Naylor
    3. ------- Forwarded message follows ------- From: Julia Mosman <jwmos99@msn.com> Date sent: Mon, 9 Sep 2013 04:38:29 -0500 West Briton & Cornwall Advertiser 25th September 1857 Deaths At Penstraze, in the parish of Kea, on Sunday last, Mr. James NORTHY, aged 51 years. Julia M. West Briton Transcriptions, 1836-1856 at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wbritonad ------- End of forwarded message -------

    09/09/2013 05:17:35