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The Lundy family of Mono Township in Dufferin County, ON, Canada has it's roots in Monaghan County, Ireland. Joseph Lundy left his native Ireland with his wife Ann Wallace and a number of children about 1820 and emigrated to the Welland area of south Ontario and was one of the many Irish to help build the first Welland Canal. Then after the completion of the canal (about 1830)he moved up the newly formed Mono Township it what was the southwest corner of Simcoe County(Mono Township was transferred to the newly formed Dufferin County in the 1870's).

The Boys' family of Wellington County has it's roots in Yorkshire, England. Thomas Boys emigrated to Nichol Township in Wellington County around 1830.

I hope the information here will be of assistance to anyone interested in these families and their descendants. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at tpiercey@rogers.com
Lundy's of Dufferin County and Boys' of Wellington County
Updated September 7, 2002

Terry Piercey
tpiercey@rogers.com

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