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Ancestors of the Doose & Bollinger Families in Canada / Ahnen Forschung der Familien Doose & Bollinger in Kanada

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  • Born 21 July 1772 - Shrewsbury,Worcester, MA
  • Deceased in 1836 - Aylmer, QB, CA , age at death: 64 years old

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Source - The Wrights - genealogical study of the first settlers in the National Capital Region of Canada (Ottawa) - page 3:
Records of the Wrights during their sojourn in Massachusetts have been well kept and are readily available. In 1800 Philemon Wright, with his older brother, Thomas, along with their respective families, and others, left Woburn to take up land and settle in what is now Hull, Quebec (QB), part of the National Capital Region of Canada
Note: This included John Allen and his wife Lavina Wyman. Lavina was a sister of Philemon Wrights wife Abigail.
“Pioneers of the Upper Ottawa” says:
“George Routliffe has a small farm joining the William Allen farm. This latter farm was entered by the pioneer of the name John Allen. It was taken up in 1806." The original Allen farm extended to the Bellview Cemetery. There began the old Gideon Olmstead 300 acre tract.



-- GEDCOM (INDI) -- 1 BAPL 2 STAT SUBMITTED 3 DATE 10 Feb 2009 1 ENDL 2 STAT SUBMITTED 3 DATE 10 Feb 2009 1 SLGC 2 FAMC @F478@ 2 STAT SUBMITTED 3 DATE 27 Mar 2012
-- GEDCOM (FAM) --
1 SLGS
2 STAT SUBMITTED
3 DATE 30 Nov 2003

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Daniel Allen 1721-   Lydia Cutting 1725-   Nathan Howe 1730-   Hepzibah Taylor
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Simeon Allen 1750-1805   Candace Howe 1754-1848
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John Allen 1772-1836



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