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Sophia says in all censuses she was born in Canada and her parents were Canadian.
I've been looking throughout Vermont for years and recently focused in on the Stanstead/Derby area because I'm convinced he was born south of the border and his parents lived north of the border.
I was just reading some of the Log Cabin chronicle posting and I thought maybe you could give me some direction.
I am trying to trace my husband's family who were from the Stanstead area.
Family stories suggest he was part indian , adopted as a baby.
In most of the censuses he has said he was born in Vermont (in one it says New York), and that his parents were born Canadian.
I say birth records for his parents because most all Beebe's in North America are decedents of John Beebe, 1650 and were born in the US, going up to Canada to fight in the War or to settle, but again being born in the US..
Our branch doesn't seem to be attached to that tree since most of them immigrated to Canada in the early 1800's. Lewis Beebe and just a few names down in the same town, is an Ephraim Bebe.
I am trying to find out where my g g g g g grandfather came from but it is not in your area. His name is James ROBERTS b 2/26/1773 (I don't know where) d 8/2/1825 Swanton, VT. Adopted/ a French Canadian, always claimed he was an Alexander. If possible: 6) James & 7) Ruamy or "Amy" ALEXANDER parents to Alonzo....d. Background There is a probability that Alonzo' father and mother had moved back to his Canadian home when Alonzo and Mary moved to Georgeville. Alonzo's father came originally from Portugal, arrived in Canada in the Portuguese army under command of the British.
Can you possibly point me in a direction that might help me find more information. He told his family he had changed his name to James Alexander after leaving the army.