Category: The Families

  • Moquin Genealogy

    Moquin Genealogy Henry Moquin  1862- Wife:   Mary  1863 –   Children: 1.   Peter 1891- 2. Edward 1895 3. Angeline  1997 4.  Oscar  1901 5.  Armass 1906 6.  Elmer  1906- 1977       Philip J. Moquin  1873-1963) wife  Mrs. Delia (Hooper)  Moquin  1884 –1987 See  the  interview about Reynoldston with Delia Moquin by clicking on […]

  • Joseph Campbell, Reynoldston, New York b. 1833 d. 1906 Family Genealogy

    Genealogy  Joseph Campbell   b. 1833 d. 1906 A g e, 25 years. Enlisted, August 30, 1862, at Bangor, to serve three years; mustered in as private, Co. F , September 29, 1802; mustered out with company, June 7, 1865, at Raleigh, N . C. m. Philomene (Mary) Rondeau b. 1844-1930 Note from Joey John on […]

  • Joseph Bombard Family of Reynoldston

      The Joseph Bombard Family of Reynoldston         Joseph Bombard and his family lived in Reynoldston in the late 19th and early 20th Centluries. He was a carpenter for the Reynoldst Bros. Mill. In that role he helped to build many of the mill homes rented to mill workers and loggers. He […]

  • The William LeHare Family of Reynoldston New York

      LaHare Genealogy William LaHare (LaHaie)  b. 27 Jul 1854 in canada, D. 8 Apr 1919 in Brandon, NY m. Mary Bombard b. 26 july 1856 in Vermont, d. 21 dec 1917 in Brandon, NY. They were married 20 may 1875 in Bangor, Franklin County, NY. children: William W. LaHare b. abt. 1879 d. bef. 1900 Lena LaHare […]

  • The Reynolds Family

    [flagallery gid=4 name=”Gallery”]   Genealogy* Reynolds Family Genealogy  Father John Reynolds Mother Mary Reynolds Benjamin Franklin Reynolds b. 8- 1782 Petersburg NY d. 8-1862 Bombay New York Involved in the War of 1812 and was a farmer and Merchant In 1824 he settled in the wilderness near the St Regis Indian reservation Owned first store […]

  • The Bordeaux Family

    [flagallery gid=5 name=”Gallery”] ALLEN BORDEAUX  (1833-1917)  Allen emigrated to Malone from Canada, probably Quebec, at about the age of 15.  Family tradition holds that he studied for the Catholic priesthood, and even in old age he assisted at house masses held in Reynoldston.  At about the age of 24 he married Julia Hutchins, of Malone.  […]

  • The Families

    The Families of Reynoldston: For some of those whose ancestry reaches back to Eddy Road, Reynoldston is remembered more for the character of its residents than for the prosperity of its mill. The community’s real wealth rested in the work ethic of the labourers, each striving to support a large and extended family.  Each man […]