Fred Blair

Fred Blair

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Categories: War of 1812, Upper Canada, Research Assistance | Orillia, Ontario, Canada, Research Assistance | War of 1812 Project Members.


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I am a direct descendant of Ebenezer Blair who arrived in Ontario, Canada in 1803.
I have Loyalist ancestors who arrived in Ontario and my surname ancestor arrived there as well in 1803. I have a large number of their descendants still living in this province in Canada.
My mains interests are my family and life in Upper Canada during the War of 1812.
My main area of interest is Upper Canada during the War of 1812.

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On 19 Jun 2017 at 00:03 GMT Sheila McCarthy wrote:

Regarding Archibald McLean (McLean-2907) and the War of 1812: Thank you, Fred, for anything you can add to any of my profiles. I appreciate the collaboration of wikitree! Mi profile es su profile!

All the best, Sheila (McCarthy-2108)

On 24 Mar 2017 at 16:42 GMT Chris Mckinnon wrote:

Fred you are free to add anything to these profiles.

On 15 Feb 2017 at 02:34 GMT Corinne (Belskey) Kuhlmann wrote:

Thank you for the history and War of 1812 additions to John Clapp. Very interesting. Of course, if you have any additional info for this branch, it would most certainly be appreciated. The War of 1812 and history of Upper Canada can, at times, be a bit overwhelming. So much was going on. Im glad to meet someone who specializes in this area.

On 9 Dec 2016 at 20:48 GMT Ken McEvoy wrote:

Fred, Thanks for the additions to Nicholas Phillips ... I'm connected to Nicholas's daughter-in-law Juliana (wife of Daniel), so I'm certainly interested in any information on you might have (that isn't posted) on Daniel's descendants, or Nicholas's ancestors.

On 14 Oct 2016 at 19:48 GMT Dennis Patrick wrote:

Fred thanks for the information on Elizabeth Rounds she is my wife's 2 great grandmother. My wife maiden name is Heiman.

On 1 Sep 2016 at 21:35 GMT Laurence Barber wrote:

Thanks so much, Fred. I am a direct descendant of Adam Bowman Sr. through Adam Bowman Jr. - to David to James to Ernest to my mother, Mary.

On 13 Apr 2016 at 12:14 GMT Susan (Jones) Graves wrote:

Hello Fred,

Thank you for the War of 1812 info. I wondered if there was anything for my elusive gr-gr-gr-greatgrandfather, John Adams who was born abt 1772 in Northern Ireland. He came to Albany New York area and then to Elgin County, He took the Oath of Allegiance in July of 1819 before Col. Talbot at Port Talbot. However I feel he was here in Elgin Co. prior to that date. The only data I was able to locate, was the Oath of Allegiance, the 1850 Canada Census and his will being instrumented Mar. of 1863. Any help would be appreciated, Thanks, Susan

On 12 Nov 2015 at 13:37 GMT Jason Everett wrote:

Fred, I understand it was you who posted the 5th Lincoln Militia link for John Yeager, Jr. Thank you. I looked for Yeagers (and Everetts) under Norfolk. I may have seen JY in the 5th but didn't look further into it at the time. Thinking about it, the regions for each were next to each other, so rather obvious. (5th being the "upper end" of the Niagara Peninsula.)

On 4 Nov 2015 at 13:42 GMT Laurie Cruthers wrote:

Thanks, Fred, for all the profiles you're adding to the Upper Canada page of the War of 1812 project.

On 18 Sep 2015 at 19:57 GMT Terry Wright wrote:

Hello Fred I am sorry I should of explained how to add the template.I can not see your bio on the left hand side of your page because of your red privacy setting, but I can see your categories the War of 1812 Project member category is not there, did you manage to add the template ? Terry

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