In the event others recognize anyone mentioned here:
William A. (b.1795-d.13 Aug 1859) at the time of his death was married to Eleanor (died Mar 1879) and had been married before (I don,t know when, or to whom).William's children were (? denotes single source, unconfirmed) William (b.1811?-d.1893), Henry (b.1819-d.1906), Thomas (b.1821-d.1899), John (d.1845)?, Elija (b.1830-d.1915), Felix (b.1831-d.1856), Elizabeth (d.1911)?, Mary Ellen, Elleana Jane, and Sarah Ann (b.1834-d.1853).If my information is correct, William Sr. is my ggggrandfather, Henry A. being my gggrandfather.There is a monument in a churchyard (St. Paul's Lamoureaux in Scarborough, ONT. dedicated to the Abraham family from Queen's County (Laoix), Leinster Province, IRE.Elija A. and William A. (the younger) attended that church so I assume William the elder did also.William the elder also owned property in Scarborough, ONT.Sons William, Henry and Thomas are thought to have been born in Ireland and came to Scarborough (but I've discovered recently they didn't come there directly) with their parents as children; they moved to Scarborough from the Parish of St. Andrews East (Anglican)- also known as Saint-Andre d'Argenteuil half-way between Montreal and Ottawa in the counties Argenteuil and Dex Mantagnes.Oral tradition in my family says Henry came from Armagh but I have no confirmation yet.William A., the elder, died in prison (and I have some records from the prison).