Saturday, August 9, 2008

Joe and Bessie Boone

Darlene, Donald and Dennis Boone

Pictures of the Boone Family

Here are a few pictures for you all to enjoy of various ones of the family.

Friday, August 8, 2008

Boone Family

Welcome all the Boone's from New Brunswick. I hope to meet all of you soon. I have a gedcom that I am willing to share with you all. If you have information, pictures and or stories that you would like to include in our family tree just let me and I will be glad to put them in.

Simon's children still live within an hour from Woodstock, NB. I can send you all pictures if you would like.

Friday, August 1, 2008

Happy Anniversary Gram and Gramp

I am honored on this day to be able to wish my grandparents Darrell and Madeline C. Boone a Happy 62nd Anniversary. It is a blessing to be with you this day and celebrate with the family. This dedication to each other is a true blessing. Thanks for all the lessons you have taught us over the years. I wish you a wonderful anniversary and many more to come.

We love you.

Michelle, Dave and family

Thursday, July 31, 2008

Welcome my New Brunswick Ancestors

Good Day to you all,
First of all I would like to give you all my deepest sympathy with the passing of Bill and Marjorie. What a fine couple they were and I am glad to find my grandfather's first cousin once again. My grandfather is aware that I found them back in 1998 and what a wonderful surprise that was. Hopefully we can bring Boonedoggle back together again and the Boone's from Crystal and Island Falls, ME can meet you all. I would like to give the link to the site that Bill and the family started.

Doug has posted various photos with no caption or names. If you can identify any of these please feel free to contact either myself or one of the family at the Boone Family Site.

Thanks again.

Michelle Qualey Andrews

Monday, July 28, 2008

Welcome Everyone

Good Day to you all,
I would like to share some family photos with all of you of the family. My great grandfather Simond Leslie Boone came to the United States years ago as he was working for a man in the woods in Northern Maine. He did what he could to make a living and no he didn't become a US citizen then. He worked over here for many years before ever traveling back to Canada to see the rest of his family in fear that they would keep him. When my mom was a young girl maybe 5 or so was his first trip back to Canada. He was not going to go back alone so he went back with my grandparents, my mom and her two brothers. Needless to say then that they didn't keep him there and so after that he traveled over there from time to time but still never went alone.

He passed away Dec. 8, 1975. Most knew him to have a large strawberry patch and everyone spoke of that. He actually tended his strawberries until he was 90.

One unique thing that is spoken of to this day and I still have yet to find out why. He couldn't stand the Hayes Family and he said that if a Hayes ever bought his place he would haunt them. Well indeed a Hayes did buy his house but they never dared to live in it. They stayed in it for a very brief period of time and then put a place directly behind it and only stored things in his house. They would actually only retrieve things in there and prefered not to go in there at all unless one of the Boone Family was present. Just in the past year or two they have taken down the house but they do not even stay in the house that they put on his land either. I told them that he never harmed you when he was alive and that he wouldn't now but they still are fearful of him.

Simon's wife, my great grandmother Ethel Mae Gerald died July 26, 1946 of liver cancer. She was 60.