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Ontario, Canada, 1993 page 78. Nellis-Nelles Immigrants from the Palatine 1710, Vol. 1 published in 1997 by The Nellis And Nelles Family Associations and the Herkimer Historical Society page 634. More Genealogy Tools.
Andrew Nelles : A New Canadian, 1798. June 30, 1993, Log Cabin Publishing.
Andrew Nelles, A New Canadian, 1798, by R. Robert Mutrie, Log Cabin Publishing, Ridgeway, Ontario, Canada, page 30. 1 published in 1997 by The Nellis And Nelles Family Associations and the Herkimer Historical Society, 19. . 1 published in 1997 by The Nellis And Nelles Family Associations and the Herkimer Historical Society, 194, page 62.
Andrew Nelles: A New Canadian 1798.
Robert Mutrie grew up on his grandparents' farm at St. Williams and is a long time Norfolk County historian and genealogist. He is the author of The Long Point Settlers and The Long Point Settlers Journal. Other Publications by R. Robert Mutrie. The Long Point Settlers. Biographies of the Long Point Settlers. Andrew Nelles: A New Canadian 1798. The Woodward Family Album (out of print).
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Nelles is the award-winning author of The Art of Nation-Building, Monopoly's Moment, and The Revenge of the Methodist Bicycle Company. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and has twice received the Sir John A. Macdonald Prize in Canadian History. Currently, he holds the . Wilson Chair in Canadian History at McMaster University. I would recommend this book to every Canadian - regardless of whether they are a student, retired, a teenager or a working adult. Furthermore, this book provides enough information for a foreigner to understand Canada's rich culture (without confusing them).
This is the history of Andrew Nelles and his family from their Palatine beginnings in New York down to the present day. It includes detailed information about the early period in Stone Arabia, New York and on the Grand River in south central Ontario.
Robert Nelles (October 6, 1761 – July 27, 1842) was a businessman and political figure in Upper Canada. He was born in Tryon County, New York in 1761. His father served in the Indian Department. Robert was made a lieutenant in the department in 1780 and served during the American Revolution, leading raids into the interior of New York state. After the war, father and son settled in the Grand River valley and received several large land grants in the Niagara District
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