Hit a brick wall, James Thompson b1810 in Ireland m Elizabeth Hendrick county Wicklow Ireland in 1835 stuck beyond that

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James Thompson b1810 married one Dublin to Elizabeth Hendrick (county Wicklow) in 1835, went to Montreal in 1836, where my 2GGF James born in 1838

Stuck in Ireland on both Thompson and Hendrick
in The Tree House by Paul Thompson G2G Rookie (160 points)

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Familysearch.org (FS) has the following information

James Thompson FS ID LRBS-DQF born 1811 Ireland – died ?

Spouse Elizabeth Hendrick FS ID LRP3-41X born 1813 County Wicklow, Ireland – died 1845 Rensselaer, Rensselaer, New York, United States

They had 1 son

Son James Thompson FS ID M4XF-JPZ born 18 August 1838 Canada – died 21 January 1913 Albany, Albany, New York, United States

Spouse Mary Elizabeth Delamater FS ID M4XF-JPJ born 19 September 1842 Harlem, New York County, New York, United States – died 3 February 1899

James & Mary had 7 children 4 x boys & 3 x girls

There are numerous people in this tree. Too many to give full details in this answer.

Suggest you go to Familysearch.org and check them out yourself.

Cheers Ross Geissmann
by Ross Geissmann G2G6 Mach 2 (21.5k points)
The answer was perfect, my question was ambiguous.  I have the info from me Bach through James and Elizabeth but, nothing before them. The info in the answer is correct as one of Mary Elizabeth Delamater and James Thompson are my great grandparents
this is a family tree in familysearch

it is not a document

caution using the information until you verify it with reliable sources
Absolutely. Many of these family trees on Ancestry are copied from one person to another without a thought of research. I've found so many mistakes my aunt made while in the LDS church that I don't even bother to try and correct them anymore... when I have documentation I'll put it on WikiTree. That being said, those Ancestry family trees can help point you in the right direction, but be aware of confirmation bias.

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