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Marriage: Children:
  1. Cynthia A. Hale: Birth: ABT 1836 in Quebec, Canada.

  2. Julia Hale: Birth: ABT 1838 in Quebec, Canada.

  3. Lucinda Hale: Birth: ABT 1842 in Quebec, Canada.

  4. Mariah Hale: Birth: ABT 1844 in Quebec, Canada.

1. Title:   Canadian Census of 1851
2. Title:   Rhicard, Lorna, compiler, Missisquoi Co., Births & Deaths, Extracts from Reel No. 124.4 (Brome County Historical Society, October 2002)
3. Title:   Rhicard, Lorna, compiler, Brome County Anglican Church Records (BHHS, 2001)
4. Title:   Broadhurst, R. Neil, compiler, Protestant Marriages in the District of Bedford, Quebec 1804-1879 (Calgary: Kintracers, 1991)

a. Continued:   From The diary of a country clergyman, 1848-1851 By James Reid, M. E. Reisner Google book page 208 regarding Oren Jocelin KEMP: ``…In addition to his own children, he had in his household his niece Lucinda Kemp, daughter of his elder brother James (carpenter and joiner of St Armand). On 15 Mar 1822, when she was twelve years old, Lucinda was indentured, `To hold & to keep in the character & capacity of assistant maid in this family´ until the completion of her 18th year. The bond contains the provision, among other things that `if she should abscond,…he the said James will seek her, &, if found at his own cost and expence return her to the house of the said Oren J. Kemp to complete the time of her service, on pain of damage &c.´ Appended to the document is an attestation that on 28 December 1834- six years after her time was completed- she received $50 in household goods from her uncle Oren…´´ is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.