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Sunday, August 20, 2000
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
at the picnic shelter
What to bring:
. the Family!
. a picnic lunch
. family trees
. old photos and documents
. lawn chairs!
. balls, bats, Frisbees, etc.
. bathing suit
Who should come:
If a DELONG appears somewhere in your family tree we are eager to meet you.
Perhaps your grandmother or great-grandmother was a DELONG.
If so, please join us; you may find out more about your family and help others do the same.
Everyone is encouraged to bring information to share, to mingle and to have a pleasant day.
It is not necessary to have DELONG as your last name.
Please, pass copies of this invitation
to to those who would enjoy making or renewing family friendships, and
folks who may be interested in finding out more about the history of the
If you have information about new additions to families or newly discovered relatives, who should be
included in our family tree display, use the contact information below.
You may write, phone, send e-mail, or visit the home page of:
Dan and Anne Delong, 67 Scugog Street, Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada, L1C 3H9
Phone - 1-905-623-6975
E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Home Page - http://timetraces.ca/delong/
Sometimes Summer Phone (if all else fails) 1-705-656-2681
Beavermead Park (map)
is situated on the east bank of the Otonabee River (at Little Lake), in
Access to the parking lot is from Ashburnham Street, a north/south connecting street by traveling north from the Highway 7 bypass on the southern edge of Peterborough. Turn left at the first set of traffic lights, into the parking lot, when driving north on Ashburnham (i.e.; between Lansdowne Street & Maria Street).
The large shelter, is adjacent to the beach
and the children's playground.
Beavermead offers very affordable, and full featured Tent & Trailer park and an Ecology park.
Telephone 1-705-742-9712 or visit:http://www.beavermead2000.com/
The City of Peterborough maintains a web site at: http://www.city.peterborough.on.ca/
Try http://www.quidnovis.com/ for a wider range of Kawartha links.
Only in the case of severe, inclement weather
will the picnic be canceled.
If necessary, we will make last minute arrangements for an indoor display of genealogy information, and set up the computer, large family charts and the photocopier.
The local number to call for such last minute information is 1-705-742-4585
(the Peterborough home of Don and Betty Delong).
Much of the family tree information has been transferred to computer. So, if you wish to copy PC Compatible text files, bring a 3.5 inch formatted disk. Scanned image files may be photocopied or transferred to diskettes. Many photos have been archived onto CDR, which could be copied onto the hard drive of laptop computers.
About the DELONG Family (reprinted from the 1998 invitation)
The genealogy of the DELONG family has been traced back to the late 1600s, when Arie Fransen de Lange married Rachel Jansen Pier (an immigrant from Amsterdam, Holland) in the Kingston (New York) area. The three sons and seven daughters from their marriage have produced thousands of descendants living all over North America.
After the American Revolution, many members of the DELONG family left the United States and came to Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Information about these early pioneers is scarce, since there were few government or church records kept at that time.
Other DELONGs came later to take advantage
of opportunities to purchase inexpensive farm land.
Many of the children of these farming families later migrated to western Canada and the United States as new land opened up.
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