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Hayes Ancestors and related families - Newell Family Line


Dr Oliver Newell's House in Cowansville, Que

Dr. Oliver Newell's House in Cowansville, Quebec


Dr Oliver Newell & his 1813 Medical Certificate

Dr. Oliver Newell & his 1813 Medical Certificate


Dr Oliver Newell Gravestone in Riverside Cemetery in East Farnham Que

Dr. Oliver Newell's Gravestone in Riverside Cemetery in East Farnham, Quebec


Dr George Fordyce Newell & Herbert Perigo Newell

Dr. George Fordyce Newell & brother Herbert Perigo Newell


Herbert Perigo Newell & Newell Gravestone in Union Cemetery in Cowansville Que

Herbert Perigo Newell & Newell Gravestone in Union Cemetery in Cowansville, Quebec


Three of Herbert Perigo Newell's Six Children

Three of Herbert Perigo Newell's Six Children


Addie Melvina Newell & Peter Monroe Hayes - West Shefford Que

Addie Melvina Newell & Peter Monroe Hayes - West Shefford, Quebec


Addie Melvina Newell & Peter Monroe Hayes

Addie Melvina Newell & Peter Monroe Hayes


Children of Addie Melvina Newell & Peter Monroe Hayes

Children of Addie Melvina Newell & Peter Monroe Hayes


Note: For information regarding the Ancestry of Medad Newell (born in 1741 in Hartford, Conn.) - "Possible" father or grandfather of Dr. Oliver Newell [Milton, Vermont & Cowansville, Que.] (1788-1865) Click Here.
Includes: Early New England Ancestors, Royal Cousin Links and Royal Ancestry.


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Early Towns & Communities in North America

The early pioneer settlers built the first homesteads, schools, churches, businesses, towns, roads, bridges ...

Early Transportation by Stagecoach

As soon as roads were built and well enough developed - horse drawn stagecoaches were used to transport passengers, mail and goods between towns and across regions.

Fenian Raids (1866-1871)

The Fenians, Irish nationalists dedicated to driving the British out of Canada from bases in the United States, began sporadic raids over the border in 1866.

Herbert Perigo Newell (1823-1892), a nearby resident, wrote a letter, in 1870, about living in the area during the Fenian Raids.


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