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About Cuthbertson Bristol/Renfrew
Bristol Branch of my Family 

James Cuthbertson and Euphemia Turner decided to leave Scotland.   
The eventually settled in Bristol, Quebec.         One of their sons, William married  Charlotte Prosser in 1820.   Also arrived in 
Canada in the late 1820’s.           Their daughter Alice married John Cameron,  Another 
daughter Janet married Alexander Cameron.   Two more of their daughters became my great grandmothers.  Euphemia 
Cuthbertson married Benjamin Gerow.    Elizabeth Cuthbertson married John Miller.   


Benjamin Gerow family had settled in Sophiasburgh, Upper Canada.   Gerow had long history from France, New York, NB, 
Ontario. 
Benjamin's mother was Martha Wiggins and her maternal family can be traced to Plymouth Rock. 

John Miller arrived in Canada with his parents Charles and Margaret and siblings from Limerick, Ireland  circa 1855

So, the dance of the Cuthbertson, Miller and Gerow’s began.
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