Hi Lorraine:You can't always rely on what is put on the Internet.It is only as good as the person putting it on and most people do not have proof. Alot of people claim descendency from James & Laura Secord but it "ain't always so". According to my records: James Secord Jr. B.July 7, 1773 Died Feb.22, 1841 Son of James & Madelaine (Badeau) Secord, Grdson of Daniel & Catherine (Mabie) Secord & Elias Badeau. Gr.grdson of Daniel & Catherine (Woertman) Sicard & Caspara & Elizabeth (Schureman) Mabie. G.G.grdson ofAmbroise Sicard & Pierre C. & Aechtje (Jans) Mabie. Married: 1795 to Laura Ingersoll, b. Dec. 19, 1775 Died Oct. 17, 1868 d.o. Thomas & Elizabeth (Dewey) Ingersoll Grdau. of Jonathan & Eunice (Mosely) Ingersoll, & Israel & Lydia (Mosely) Dewey. G.Grdau. of Thomas Ingersoll, Conacker & Elizabeth (Bancroft) Mosely & John & Mary (Newberry)Mosely, etc. Children of James & Laura (Ingersoll) Secord: Mary Lawrence Secord, b. 1799 d.Md. Mar. 18, 1816 to William Trumble, (Army) Surgeon Res. Kingston Jamaica, British Honduras and Kilmorgen, Ireland. Charlotte Secord b. 1808ca. Lived in Guelph. Unmarried. Harriet Hopkins Secord b. 1807 Md. Nov.23, 1824 to David William Smith s.o. William Smith J.P. (Harriet lived with Laura after her husband died in 1842.) There is a picture of their house in Chippewa on the Internet, but I can't remember where.James & Laura's House in Queenston, Ontario is now run by the Niagara Parks Commission as a Museum, established by the Laura Secord Candy Co. many years ago. A picture of this house can be accessed on the Internet under Niagara Parks Commission. Charles Badeau Secord b. 1809 d. 1872 Md. Nov.20, 1830 to Margaret Ann Robins. Res. Kingston. Appolonia b. 1810 d. Dec. 19, 1828 age 18.. Unmarried Laura Secord b. Oct. 20, 1814 d. 1850 Md. lst Capt. John Poore. Md. 2nd Wm. Clarke M.D. Res. Guelph Hannah Cartwright Secord b. 1820 d. 1877 Md. lst Howley Williams. Md. 2nd Edward Carthew. Res.Guelph.