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From: "Renee Cummings" <>
Subject: Re: [ONT] KEETCH - where Sutton Village??
Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 08:32:48 -0500

Sutton is actually in Georgina Twp, York Co . I was there over the weekend.
My sister-in-law lives there. It's a small town of about 5000 people. a
thriving tourist community in the summer on the shores of lake Simcoe. Many
beautiful cottages on the lake, and also a very popular place for ice
fishing all winter.
As for the cemetery by that name I don't know anything about it
Good luck
-----Original Message-----
From: Kethera <>
To: <>
Date: Monday, March 20, 2000 4:43 PM
Subject: [ONT] KEETCH - where Sutton Village??

> Greetings all,
> Sorry for the confusing subject header. My ggg-grandfather William
>Nelson KEETCH (or KETCH) was born Feb. 26, 1818 in Queensbury Parish, York
>Co., New Brunswick. Died March 27, 1876. His parents were William &
> Now, the burial place I have been given has been Sutton Village,
>Ontario. Where is Sutton Village, Ontario? Is Sutton Village just the
>name of the Cemetary? Is it actually in Sutton, Georgina Twp, York
>Co? This is what I found from looking at the Ontario Locator webpage:
>Sutton, Georgina Twp, York Co (Currently Exists)
>Sutton Cemetery, McGillivray Twp, Middlesex Co - Also known as Maple
>Lodge-Barber Cemetery & Hymers Cemetery
>Sutton Mills, Georgina Twp, York Co (No Longer Exists) - Also known as
>Boucher's Mills
> Would anyone know if Sutton Village (the town or cemetary or whatever)
>still exists? Thank you so much for any ideas.
>BTW... Wm. Nelson KEETCH married Martha TACKABERRY (also misspelled as
>TACABURY). Martha was born somewhere in Lower Canada. She died Aug. 8,
>1897 at 77 yrs of age. She was buried in Union Cemetery, Victoria Harbour,
>ON. Her parents were Robert & Martha (maiden name unknown) TACKABERRY.
> If anyone has information on the KEETCH/KETCH family or the
>TACKABERRY's I'd be very interested in chatting with you.
>Take care,
>Melissa Kluey
>Delta, BC, Canada

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