"THE STYMIEST FAMILY 950-2012"
TEN NEW EARLY GENERATIONS FOUND DATING BACK TO 950 WITH CONNECTIONS TO ROYAL FAMILIES IN HOLLAND, BELGIUM, HUNGARY, FRANCE RUSSIA, GERMANY LUXEMBOROUGH AND ENGLAND
CONTACT OWNER: C. STYMIEST UE
1. STYMIEST REUNION T-SHIRTS are STILL available in all sizes from S-XXL. [$10.00] Contact CARL!
Check out the photo links below-
[STYMIEST REUNION T-SHIRT PHOTOS 1, 2, 3 ,4]
2. STYMIEST COAT-OF-ARMS MEDAL- STRUNG ON A RED, WHITE & BLUE NECK-RIBBON [REGISTERED & ISSUED IN HOLLAND TO CASPARUS STEYNMETS' FATHER IN 1580s] [SEE PHOTO OF COAT-OF-ARMS IN PHOTO LINKS BELOW- REUNION MEDALLION] COST IS $5.00 FOR ONE.
The History of The "Stymiest" Family name has been an exciting 53 year research sojourn for me. Acknowledgement to my late father, Carlyle William (Bud) Stymiest (1910-1994),(New Brunswick, Canada); and his late brother, Donald Garfield Stymiest,(Ontario, Canada) for their help and motivation to write the Stymiest Chronicles.
As "KEEPER" of the STYMIEST RECORDS, please feel free to forward me any NEW information; births, deaths, marriages, etc for our Stymiest Database which is over 65,000 at present.
Further acknowledgement to the notes of the late "Eldon J. Stymiest" (New Brunswick, Canada); the initial inspiration to "seek-out the illusive" pre-North American STYMIEST surname. After countless hours of searching archives in Europe, Canada and the United States, I have been able to ascertain some twenty-eight "Stymiest" generations (approx. 65,000 ancestors & descendants), all which tell their own story.
Family Data Statistics: as OF 01 JANUARY 2012, 65,000 ancestors and descendants; 20,716 marriages; Earliest birthdate: 1100 (Jan Janse Van Oothout); Text Records: 288,616; Generations 38; and 7694 Surnames of families connected to the Stymiest name.
The book, "DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM: A STYMIEST CHRONICLE" by C. W. W. Stymiest, UE is available from THE CENTENNIAL MUSEUM, TABUSINTAC, NB; BOOKS INN, MIRAMICHI, NB, AND CARL HIMSELF, AND from TRAFFORD PUBLISHING...
If you have any problem(s), just contact me at the email address above.
SEE LINK BELOW (RELATED LINKS):
"DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM: A STYMIEST CHRONICLE"-LINK
BOOK REVIEW: "Down by the Old Mill Stream: A Stymiest Chronicle" a must have book for Stymiests!!
by Lima Branch, "Miramichi Leader".
BOOK REVIEW - If you are interested in history, you will find something for you in Carl Stymiestï¿SSSSs Down By The Old Mill Stream: A Stymiest Chronicle.
Carl has extensively researched and compiled a ï¿SSSSmust haveï¿SSSS book for members of his very extended family, as well as those who have roots in the Miramichi-Tabusintac-Bay du Vin area of New Brunswick and genealogists looking for high-quality research material.
WILLISTONS and MURRAYS among many connected
For example, there is reference to over 120 Willistons. A number of Stymiests married Murrays and there are more than 100 Murrays listed. Other family connections include Oï¿SSSSBRIEN, WASSON, PALMER, SPENCE, SKIDD and JARDINE.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING.
"Recently released, "Down By the Old Mill Stream, A Stymiest Chronicle", has dedication and passion stamped as an invisible watermark on every one of its 600 pages."
-by Sandra Devlin, Columnist, "Missing Links", Telegraph Journal, Saint John, NB; Guardian, Charlottetown, PEI; The Telegram, St. John's, NFLD; Cape Breton Post, Sydney, NS; et al.
Did you know that there are over 111 different "STYMIEST" surname spellings???
The following are just a few of them: Steynmets, Steinmetz, Steinmets, Stimas, Stymiest, Stymeist, Stymest, Stimas, Stimist, Stiemist, Stymeist, Stymas, Stymast, Steynmets,Stymacks, Stymus, Steenmets, etc.
SEE THE "STYMIEST FAMILY CREST AND MOTTO BELOW L
- Map of Dutch New Amsterdam 1610-1664 (211 KB)
This map is one of the first maps of New Amsterdam showing where Casparus Steynmets II landed when he arrived in the New World in 1631.
At the southwestern tip of the map is located Winckel Street where Casparus Steynmets II and his family first lived. His next door neighbours were Dominie E. Bogardus, on one side and the Dutch poet, Jacob Steenham on the other.
- Bay Du Vin, New Brunswick, Canada Land Grant Map (47 KB)
Map Photo (enlarged) by Dave Brown, Vancouver, BC depicts Land Grant of Benjamin Stymiest II, a United Empire Loyalist who arrived in Parrtown (now St. John, NB) in 1783. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration: 1979 (22 KB)
© 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E. The photograph was taked at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Skidd in Newcastle (Miramichi), NB
(Left - Right: Jack Stymiest (Toronto); Agnes (Stymiest) Peever, Bud Stymiest, Pauline (Stymiest) Skidd, Bessie Stymiest, Carl Stymiest (Vancouver)
- Carl W. W. Stymiest, U.E. (17 KB)
This photo was taken in July, 2001 and appears on the back-cover of 'Down By The Old Mill Stream: A Stymiest Chronicle", published by Trafford Publishing, Victoria, BC, Canada. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Old Mill, Schiedam Holland (16 KB)
This old windmill is located in Schiedam, Holland and is believed to have belonged to the Stymiest Family. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- "Kasteel de Essenberg" (17 KB)
The ancestral home of the Barony of Sandberg-Van Westervelt around Harderwick, Holland. One of Dirk Van Westervelts' descendants married Baron Sandberg who built this estate for her. Photo: Courtesy of Graham Fountain, son of Dr. Bob Fountain; Descendant of Orselina Steynmets & Roelof Lubbertse Westervelt (aka Westerfield.)
- CPROOTS AWARD (7 KB)
The above award was given by www.cproots.com February 8, 2002 as one of the best Global Genealogy Sites on the worldwide web.
- Entrance to the Old Loyalist Cemetery (22 KB)
This photo shows the entrance way to the Old Loyalist Cemetery in St. John, NB, Canada where the graves of Loyalists Jasper Stymest and Milcah McKeil are buried in Lot # 157.©WebWise Inc. 1997
- "Van Westervelt-Sandberg Coat-of-Arms" (90 KB)
"Van Westervelt-Sandberg Coat-of-Arms" Photo: Courtesy of Graham Fountain, USA son of Dr. Bob Fountain; Descendant of Orselina Steynmets & Roelof Lubbertse Westervelt (aka Westerfield.)
- "The Loyalist Gazette" Canada's Loyalist Magazine (157 KB)
This is a photo of page 55 in the Spring Edition of "The Loyalist Gazette", Vol. XL, No.1, Spring 2002. The citing is located 8 from the bottom indicating the name of the New Member,(Carlyle William Wayne Stymiest) His Ancestor,Benjamin Stymiest II, Loyalist Branch,(Vancouver) Date of Certification (Aug. 25, 2001) and Certificate # MC9238-01. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Old Loyalist Cemetery Plaque (7 KB)
The stone bronz's inscription reads: Hope, Refuge, Solace, and Now-Eternal Peace.©WebWise Inc. 1997
- LOYALIST HIERLOOM RING WILLED FROM FATHER TO SON (215 KB)
The ring in this photo is believed to be 250+ old and has been passed down from generation to generation of STYMIEST sons dating back to Benjamin Stymiest II and his wife Abigail (Fardon) Stymiest who came to Canada after the American Revolution. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- CARL STYMIEST & CAROL KEEN (112 KB)
Photo taken at home of Carol (Livingston) & Fred Keen, Calgary, Alberta- June 11, 2003. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Site of Casparus J. Steynmets II's Home (49 KB)
Photo is courtesy of cousin John Stymeist, Montclair, NJ; August, 2002. Photo shows John's two sons, Sam & Charlie Stymeist on the steps of the White Horse Tavern which stands almost exactly on the site of Caspar's House on Winkle St. (350 years later). © 2005 John Stymeist & Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- New Jersey Map Circa 18th. Century (86 KB)
This map shows New Jersey during the 1700's when the Steynmets/Stymiest Family lived before leaving for New Brunswick, Canada.
- Book REVIEW of STYMIEST Chronicle- UELAC (1575 KB)
The Review was written by the Past Editor of "The Loyalist Gazette;" Vol.XLII, No.1, Spring 2004
- CARL STYMIEST, UE & MAE (STYMEIST) STEWART (114 KB)
Photo taken at home of Carol & Fred Keen, Calgary, Alberta. Mae (Stymeist) Stewart moved to Calgary from PEI in March 2003. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- All Saints Anglican Church, St. Andrews, NB (30 KB)
Photo of All Saints Anglican Church where Benjamin M. Stymest attended services in St. Andrews, NB. He was the son of Jasper Stymest,UE; a Loyalist of St. John, NB. Benjamin purchased pew in (original church)in the early 1800s. He was a merchant who owned a tannery on crn. of Queen St. & King St.; also owned property on waterfront. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- New York Land Patents (38 KB)
Map showing the property areas of New Jersey & New York. It was at this time that Casparus Steynmets II purchased his properties in New York.
- DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM- A STYMIEST CHRONICLE (853 KB)
This photo depicts what one of Benjamin Stymiest II's sawmills and grist mills would look like on the Tabusintac River, Northumberland Co., New Brunswick in the early 1800'. This actual grist mill grinding stone is still on the original Stymiest Land Grant. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- CARL STYMIEST & FRED KEEN (118 KB)
Photo taken at the home of Carol & Fred Keen, Calgary, Alberta- June 11, 2003. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Baptismal Font- All Saints Anglican Church (28 KB)
This Baptismal Font came from the original All Saints Church, St. Andrews, NB. (It is presently in the later All Saints Church.) It is the same font where the children of Benjamin Michael Stymest & his wife, Eleanor(Thomas) Stymest were baptised. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- The Batavia (23 KB)
Photo of the ship speculated to have carried Casparus Steynmets II's uncle, Phillipus to his death during her ill-fated voyage to the Dutch East Indies (Spice Islands) in the first quarter of the 1600's. Phillipus was married with three children. It is a mystery what happened to his wife and children.
- STYMIEST REUNION 30 JULY 2005 (437 KB)
THE STYMIEST FAMILY WILL HOLD IT'S 55TH FAMILY POTLUCK PICNIC ON SATURDAY 30TH JULY 2005 AT OLD HOME WEEK, TABUSINTAC, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Carl Stymiest, UE (Kings Royal Regiment, New York) (186 KB)
Photo depicts Carl Stymiest, UE dressed in the Kings' Royal Regiment (American) New York; Circa 1776-1783 worn by the "Royal Green" or "Queen's Royal Americans" or "Sir John Johnsons' Tories of New York as they were called. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Gravesite of Henry Jesper Stymest (1816-1816) (43 KB)
Gravesite of Henry Jesper (sic) Stymest, son of Benjamin Michael Stymest & Eleanor (Thomas) Stymest, Old Loyalist Graveyard, St. Andrews, NB., Canada. Died May 09, 1816, aged 1 month and 1 day.
"Happy the child, who privileged by fate
To shorter labour, and to lighter weight
Receiv'd but yesterday the gift of breath
Order'd to-morrow to return to death." © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- STYMIEST-STEYNMETS COAT-OF-ARMS MEDALLION (207 KB)
THE STYMIEST-STEYNMETS COAT-OF-ARMS WITH MOTTO ©2005 CARL STYMIEST, U.E.IS NOW AVAILABLE. CONTACT CARL AT THE EMAIL ADDRESS PROVIDED ON THIS HOME PAGE. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- CARL STYMIEST, U.E. KINGS ROYAL REGIMENT UNIFORM (468 KB)
Carl Stymiest, U.E. dressed in period regimental uniform of King's Royal (American) Regiment New York. (Uniform Circa 1783) © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Casparus J. Steynmets II- Immigrant Wall of Honour (83 KB)
Casparus Johannes Steynmets II's name was officially and proudly added to America's Immigrant "Wall Of Honour", at Ellis Island, New York during the summer of 2002. His name was forwarded by Casparus' 7th Great-Grandson, Carl Stymiest, U.E. of Vancouver, BC., Canada. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- STYMIEST REUNION T-SHIRT 1 (39 KB)
SAMPLE OF BANNER TO BE DISPLAYED AT REUNION- 30 JULY 2005 AT THE FAMILY PICNIC- COME AND CELEBRATE WITH US! $15.00 FOR 1 $25.00 FOR 2
- CARL STYMIEST, U.E. KINGS ROYAL REGIMENT UNIFORM#2 (286 KB)
Carl Stymiest, U.E. Photo depicts the Regimental uniform of the King's Royal (American) Regiment New York; Circa 1776-1783. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Don, Vye, Bud, & Eunice Stymiest (21 KB)
Taken at the home of Don & Marg Stymiest, Toronto, Ontario in the Summer, 1981- Family Reunion.
Left to right: Donald G. Stymiest, Vye (Stymiest) Noble, Carl (Bud) Stymiest, Eunice (Tun)(Stymiest) Gilchrist. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- STYMIEST REUNION T-SHIRT 2 (629 KB)
CARL SPORTING THE NEWEST REUNION T-SHIRT FOR THE STYMIEST FAMILY REUNION 30 JULY - 06 AUGUST 2005,
TABUSINTAC, NEW BRUNSWICK. $15.00 FOR 1 $25.00 FOR 2
- Gravesite of Loyalist, Benjamin Stymiest III (1414 KB)
Photo depicts gravesite of Loyalist, Benjamin Stymiest III and his wife, Charlotte Mary Hierlihy. Benjamin III was the son of Loyalist, Benjamin Stymiest II & his wife, Abigail Fardon; Charlotte Mary Hierlihy was the daughter of Loyalist, Philip Hierlihy and his wife, Charlotte Taylor (The Mother of Tabusintac). Gravesite is located in the Old Stymiest Cemetery, Price Settlement, Northl'd Co., Parish of Alnwick, Tabusintac, New Brunswick. This tombstone was placed in the cemetery by the Stymiest Descendants of Benjamin. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- STYMIEST REUNION T-SHIRT 3 (639 KB)
CARL WEARING STYMIEST REUNION 2005 T-SHIRT SHOWING THE FAMILY NAMES ON THE BACK.
$15.00 FOR 1 $25.00 FOR 2
- KINGS' ROYAL AMERICAN REGIMENT NEW YORK (1191 KB)
Photo depicts regimental uniform worn by KRRNY circa 1766-1783. Carl Stymiest, U.E. in appropriate regimental dress uniform; Winnipeg, MA; UELAC NAtional Conference, June, 2003. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- STYMIEST REUNION T-SHIRT 4 (645 KB)
CLOSE-UP OF FAMILY NAMES ON BACK OF NEW STYMIEST REUNION 2005 T-SHIRT; 30 JULY - 06 AUGUST IN TABUSINTAC, NORHTUMBERLAND CO., NEW BRUNSWICK
$15.00 FOR 1 $25.00 FOR 2
- STYMIEST REUNION MEDIALLION [COAT OF ARMS] (207 KB)
AVAILABLE TO ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A STYMIEST COAT-OF-ARMS MEDALLION CREATED FOR THE STYMIEST RUNION 2005 BY CARL STYMIEST, UE. MADE OF PEWTER AND STRUNG WITH THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE RIBBON; THIS MEDIALLION SELLS FOR $10.00 +S/H MONIES COLLECTED ARE FOR THE BENJAMIN STYMIEST MEMORIAL TRUST FUND, ESTABLISHED JUNE 2005.
- Steynmets/Von Bothmer Delft Chargers-Circa 1790 (19 KB)
Photo of two Delft Chargers made in Delft, Holland, Circa 1790 and now privately owned by Carl Stymiest. They once belonged to the Steynmets (Stymiest) and Van Bothmer Family. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- 18C. Steynmets-Von Bothmer Delft Chargers (70 KB)
Larger view of eighteenth century delft chargers which belonged to the Steynmets (Stymiest) -Von Bothmer Family. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Col. Fountain (Cousin) with Governor Jeb Bush (1332 KB)
Photo: Courtesy of Graham Westerfield (aka Westervelt; cousin from USA (March 2003)
- JUST THE FOUR OF US: Agnes, Pauline, Jack & Buddy (54 KB)
This Stymiest Family photo was taken in the Parlour of the home of our grandparents, Joseph & Theresa Tait; Circa 1945, Loggieville, N.B. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- "William Casparus Westerfield & Daughter Jewel (303 KB)
Photo: Courtesy of Graham Fountain (cousin) from USA. Photo "William Casparus Westerfield, (aka Westervelt) (5th great-grandson of Johannes Casparus Steynmets) and daughter Jewel."
- QUILT MADE BY HONORA STYMEIST (PEI) (193 KB)
Photo was taken of quilts on display at Confederation Centre, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Quilt was made by Mrs. Amos MacWilliams (nee Honora Stymeist of Summerside, PEI). Honora was the grand-daughter of Benjamin Stymiest III & Charlotte (Hierlihy)Stymiest of Tabusintac, NB. © 2005 Mae (Stymeist) Stewart.
- AMERICA'S FIRST FAMILIES: Ancestor Roll of Honor (455 KB)
Great-grandfather, Casparus Johannes Steynmets II (c 1610-1702) was inducted into the America's First Families on December 19th, 2000 by Carlyle W. W. Stymiest, the 10th Generation Great Grandson. Certificates are available with your name and relationship to Casparus J. Steynmets II by contacting the above e-mail address. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Dr. Bob Fountain (Cousin) & Burt Reynolds (449 KB)
Photo: Courtesy of Graham Fountain, son of Dr. Bob Fountain; Descendant of Orselina Steynmets & Roelof Lubbertse Westervelt (aka Westerfield)
- QUILT MADE BY HONORA STYMEIST (PEI) #2 (246 KB)
Photo was taken of quilts on display at Confederation Centre, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Quilt was made by Mrs. Amos MacWilliams (nee Honora Stymeist of Summerside, PEI). Honora was the grand-daughter of Benjamin Stymiest III & Charlotte (Hierlihy)Stymiest of Tabusintac, NB.; and the daughter of William W. Stymiest & Esther Edmonds, Tabusintac, NB. Honora (Stymeist) MacWilliams is buried in PEI. © 2005 Mae (Stymeist) Stewart
- BENJAMIN STYMIEST MEMORIAL FUND-EST.2005 (39 KB)
THIS PHOTO SHOWS THE BANNER AT THE LAST STYMIEST REUNION WHERE SALES WERE BRISK TO HAVE A MOMENTO OF THE FAMILY CREST AND COAT-OF-ARMS
- Stone at Old Dutch Reformed Church, New Jersey (119 KB)
This photo was a gift from Richard Westerfield (New Jersey) a direct descendant of Orselina Steynmets & Roelof Lubbertse Westervelt, New Jersey. The photo depicts the initials of Orselina and Roelof (original members) of the Old Dutch Reformed Church, New Jersey. Circa 1696)
- STYMIEST FAMILY CREST (T-SHIRT 2000)Reverse Side (95 KB)
This photo is the reverse side of the STYMIEST T-Shirt listing the 111 different spellings of the "STYMIEST" Family surname. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- KATHIE (ROBERTSON) WALL IN LIVERPOOL #2 (461 KB)
KATHIE [ROBERTSON] WALL OF FLORIDA PLACING FLOWERS AT THE GRAVESITE OF WM. ALEXANDER & MARY ANN [STYMEST] ROBERTSON IN TOXTETH PARK CEMETERY, LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND, SPRING 2003. © 2005 Kathy Wall
- EDWARD & MARTHA STYMEST (131 KB)
"TED" STYMEST AND MARTHA JOIN UP WITH NEW COUSIN, CARL STYMIEST IN PETERBOROUGH, ON. IN 2004
- STYMIEST FAMILY CREST (Circa 1550) Holland (158 KB)
The photo depicts the coat of arms of the Stymiest Family dating back to circa 1550, holland. At that time the family surname was spelled STEYNMETS. Casparus Johannus Steynmets came to New Netherlands (New York) in 1631. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Benjamin Stymiest II's Land Grant, Bay du Vin, NB (275 KB)
This map of Miramichi Bay, NB shows one of the first land grants obtained by Benjamin (Steynmets)Stymiest II in Bay du Vin, NB after his arrival in Parr Town (now St. John, NB) as a United Empire Loyalist in 1783. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- KATHIE (ROBERTSON) WALL IN LIVERPOOL #1 (395 KB)
RUBBING OF GRAVESTONE AT TOXTETH PARK CEMETERY, LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND, SPRING 2003 (DONE BY KATHIE [ROBERTSON] WALL OF FLORIDA. THE GRAVESITE IS THAT OF WM. ALEXANDER & MARY ANN [STYMEST] ROBERTSON WHO EMIGRATED TO ENGLAND FROM NEW BRUNSWICK. MARY ANN STYMEST WAS THE GRANDDAUGHTER OF LOYALIST, JASPER STYMEST OF ST. JOHN, NB. THIS PHOTO DEPICTS ONE SIDE OF THE STONE, A MEMORIAL TO THEIR SON JOHN BIRKMYRE ROBERTSON WHO DIED IN BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA. © Kathy Wall
- STYMIEST-STEYNMETS DIRECT-LINE FAMILY TREE (1522 KB)
FROM MICHELIUS STEYNMETS  TO CARL STYMIEST  CONTAINING ONLY THE DIRECT MALE LINE.
- James Peabody Stymiest & Margaret Urquhart (509 KB)
James P. Stymiest and Margaret (Urquhart) Stymiest were my great-great grandparents. They lived in Tabusintac, Northumberland Co., New Brunswick. Both are buried in the Stymiest Cemetery, Price Settlement (Tabusintac), New Brrunswick near the site of Benjamin Stymiest II's original land grant. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM- A STYMIEST CHRONICLE (54 KB)
COPY OF AN ORIGINAL 1888 PAINTING OF AN OLD MILL BY ARTIST J.R. CAPEL ROWLEY. PHOTO USED ON BOOKCOVER & CD-ROM LABEL FOR BOOK: "DOWN BY THE OLD MILL STREAM: A STYMIEST CHRONICLE" PUBLISHED NOVEMBER, 2001 BY TRAFFORD PUBLISHING, VICTORIA, BC, CANADA. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- The Whole Gang (14 KB)
Taken in Mom & Dad's Trailer, Napan, N.B. LEFT - RIGHT: Jack, Agnes, Dad (Bud), Pauline, Mom (Bessie) and Buddy (Carl). © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- THE REMARKABLE LIFE OF CHARLOTTE TAYLOR (684 KB)
THE REMARKABLE LIFE OF CHARLOTTE TAYLOR BY COUSIN SALLY ARMSTRONG-CHARLOTTE TAYLOR IS MY 3RD G-GRANDMOTHER [MOTHERS' SIDE] AND 4TH G-GRANDMOTHER [FATHER'S SIDE]
- Sister (circa 1942) Pauline W. Skidd (141 KB)
Pauline W. Stymiest on tricycle with her friends in Loggieville, Northumberland, New Brunswick. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.
- Jewel (Westerfield) Fountain and son, Bobby (212 KB)
"Jewel (Westerfield) Fountain and son, Bobby at Stateline, Mississippi with hunting dog." Photo: Courtesy of Graham Fountain (cousin) from USA.
- Census 1901-Alnwick, Northumberland Co., N.B. (49 KB)
Excerpt of 1901 Census for Tabusintac, Alnwick, Northumberland Co., New Brunswick, Canada. James D. Stymiest was my Great-grandfather.
- Windmill Photo Found in Jewel Westerfield's Trunk (154 KB)
"Windmill photo found in Jewel Westerfield (Westervelt) Fountain's trunk, labelled Rotterdam, Holland." Photo: Courtesy of Graham Fountain, son of Dr. Bob Fountain; Descendant of Orselina Steynmets & Roelof Lubbertse Westervelt (aka Westerfield.)
- UE LOYALIST HIERLOOM RING WILLED FR. FATHER TO SON (267 KB)
This is a second photo of the STYMIEST Hierloom Ring that has been passed down from father to son for over 250+. © 2005 Carl Stymiest, U.E.