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Catrine Drisdelle
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  • Moncton, New Brunswick
  • Canada
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anne marie benoit left a comment for Catrine Drisdelle
"hi Cat long time no talk have you ever been able to find more family connection or history on the Drysdale? One of my grand father is David Drysdale. of course many of my relatives on both side are related. I believe my arriere arriere grand mother…"
Jul 6
anne marie benoit left a comment for Catrine Drisdelle
"Allo Catherine, Je suis originaire du Nord du NB, le meme vieux William Drysdale est le meme commun grand pere du coter de ma mere et aussie de mon pere. C'est par example c'est 2 garcons, qui sont 2 de mes arriere grand peres, Il habitais…"
Oct 1, 2014
anne marie benoit and Catrine Drisdelle are now friends
Oct 1, 2014
Catrine Drisdelle and Russell Lynn Drysdale are now friends
Sep 30, 2014
Catrine Drisdelle left a comment for William Douglas
"Hello William. Thank you so much for accepting me into your group. The spelling variation in my name came about between 1820-70 I believe. My three times great-grandfather Jean or John was a Drysdale and his sons became…"
Sep 29, 2014
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Drysdale - a Douglas sept

Drysdale is considered a sept of the Douglas clan, but it is quite likely that this was a separate family which existed previous to when the three Douglas brothers adopted the Drysdale name. A sept is a family that can be related to a clan or larger family for various reasons. Usually this came about either through marriage or by a small family seeking protection from a larger and more powerful neighbour.See More
Sep 29, 2014
Russell Lynn Drysdale left a comment for Catrine Drisdelle
"Welcome Catrine "
Sep 29, 2014
William Douglas left a comment for Catrine Drisdelle
"Welcome to our group, Catrine I have not come across your version of Drisdelle/Drysdale before. When did the spelling variation come about?You may be interested in joining the Drysdale group... Yours aye, William"
Sep 28, 2014
Catrine Drisdelle is now a member of The Douglas Archives
Sep 28, 2014

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Which Douglas line are you researching? Dates and places help making connections.
William Drysdale born in England 1730 and came later settled in Miramichi with his wife Mary. He was my 6th great grandfather.
Who is your earliest known Douglas ancestor?
William Drysdale
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Drysdalle, Drysdel, Drisdèle, Drisdell, Drisdelle

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At 15:20 on July 6, 2019, anne marie benoit said…

hi Cat long time no talk have you ever been able to find more family connection or history on the Drysdale? One of my grand father is David Drysdale. of course many of my relatives on both side are related. I believe my arriere arriere grand mother would of been is second wife. Lots of activities on the Miramichi, Halifax, or county of Halifax which included Miramichi at the time before it became a province. have you ever had a look at Charlotte Taylor's website? she was a pioneer and wrote lots about times on the MIRAMICHI, Tabusintac, Bartibog, Les Micmacs and of course my grand father Drysdale is mentioned in her writing. I know that city ot towns of Nelson, Chatham, Newcastle or Miramichi archives, church has records of our ancestors. University of Moncton, University Fredericton and Bathurst holds all or some valuable information to satisfied a appetite for genealogy reseach. it has been a while since I devoted time on doing more research yet I would love to get back into this.

At 17:12 on October 1, 2014, anne marie benoit said…

Allo Catherine, Je suis originaire du Nord du NB, le meme vieux William Drysdale est le meme commun grand pere du coter de ma mere et aussie de mon pere. C'est par example c'est 2 garcons, qui sont 2 de mes arriere grand peres, Il habitais dans la region de Miramichi, Douglastown, Nelson, Newcastle et Chatham. Je pense exactement Nelson. Tout cette region longtemps passer s'appellais le compter de Halifax. Il n'y avais pas de province du Nouveau Brunswick. Il n'y avais pas encore un pays, ils etais tous des immigrants en d'ecouverte du Nord d'Amerique.L'Angleterre avais donner des morceaux de terre. Mes 2 grend peres, je crois qu'il sont nommer David et William Junior, et il y a un frere Robert quelque part. Il y a 3 freres, Il venais de l'Angleterre mais le pere William a eter nee en Ecosse. Je me perd quand sa vient d'aller voir le 17th et plus loin. L'histoire tres difficile mais je suis tres fier d'avoir leur sang. Je ne suis pas surpris tellement car j'allais a l'ecole avec des Drisdelle et j'aimais un beau garcon qui portait le nom Drysdelle. il etais beau, cheveux noir et bazoner avec des lunette, il habitais a Sheila. Il etait problablement mon cousin. Je l'aimais beaucoup. Je pense que cet' homme William mon arierre grand pere etais super intelligent. L'eglise a Catholic a Chatham a une histoire incroyable, des copies de signatures qui vaut la peine d'aller voir. Ils y a aussie les Huguenots qui ont venue par France mais origine de Autriche. Leurs histoires et leur noms est tres visible dans cette eglise comme i.e ( Breau, Brault, Robichaud ect). Labas a Miramichi il y a beaucoup d'information pour quelqu'un qui veut chercher leur heritages. Enchanter de vous faire part. Anne marie

At 0:29 on September 29, 2014, Russell Lynn Drysdale said…

Welcome Catrine 

At 10:44 on September 28, 2014, William Douglas said…

Welcome to our group, Catrine

I have not come across your version of Drisdelle/Drysdale before. When did the spelling variation come about?
You may be interested in joining the Drysdale group...

Yours aye,

William

 
 
 

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