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Quebec, one of the original provinces of The Dominion of Canada was established in 1867.


1901 Canadian census

Argenteuil, Lachute dist.

Ellen COMBIE b. March 5, 1878 age 23 (wife)
George COMBIE b. April 4, 1877 age 24 (head)
James COMBIE - son b. Sept. 4, 1900

Argenteuil, Gore

Forbes COOMBES, adopted son b. Oct. 28, 1885 age 16
living in the home of Edith & George Beatty who also have a 3yr old adopted daughter.

Submitted by Lauraine Syrnick


Kensington United Church Cemetery

Format: Plot Surname First Name Born Died Age Notes
[ ] indicates date or age from source other than headstone

046 Lunan William [1845] [1900] [55 yrs] No photo- but mentioned in G. Rogers' Cemetery List. Husband of Mary McComb.

024 McComb Joseph - 09-May-1895 59 yrs Husband of Margaret A. BEATTIE. A Native of C. Down Ireland.

024 McComb Margaret A. - 14-Aug-1897 74 yrs. Wife of Joseph McComb. Maiden name BEATTIE.

045 McComb Mary [1857] [1887] [30 yrs] No photo- but mentioned in G. Rogers' Cemetery List. Wife of William Lunan.

025 Mcomb Mary - 02-Nov-1887 30 yrs & 9 mths Wife of William Lunan

Photos can be found at Huntingdon County GenWeb

Submitted by Lauraine Syrnick

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