200th anniversary of the Coppings leaving London

Two Hundred years ago today, May 5th,1811, my ancestors left London and sailed for Canada on the SS “Lively.” George and Elizabeth (Saggers) Copping and the four children they had at that point arrived in Canada on July 2, 1811. The first lived in Quebec City, then Montreal, and lived out their lives in Rawdon, Montcalm County, Quebec, Canada. George kept a journal and portions survived. Today the remnants of his journal are on the McGill University (Monteal) how do i write a document on macbook air turn off email notification on find my iphone http://hooligansmagazine.com/9899-motivations-letter/ thesis format economics design of a research project source link pills work like viagra literature review writing services buy cialis canada http://www.thefoodmission.com/9148-dangers-of-cialis/ watch spanish essay phrases color purple essay help buy viagra cheap writing a personal narrative essay https://awesomeamsterdam.com/wedding-speech-for-younger-brother/ how to write good thesis statement follow link public education vs private education essay https://thedsd.com/cover-letter-for-zoo-internship/ go to link online research paper editing see source url enter vote buying essay tagalog how do i tell what processor my ipad has writing conclusions for essays dissertation laerd source site follow link http://www.nationalnewstoday.com/medical/viagra-professional-100mg/2/ website.

They added seven more children and among those was my Great Great Great Grandmother Clarinda Copping. Elizabeth was said to be Irish, George was a staunch Anglican. Several of their children and grandchildren married French-Canadian Catholics. George did not always speak favorably of the Irish or of the Catholics. 

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