Re: Timothy McGinnis and Sarah Kast McGinnis
Sarah Kast McGinnis died in 1791 Her war was the American Revolution.
The woman who will be celebrated this time will be Laura Ingersoll who married James Secord the younger brother of our Stephen Secord. She's buried in Lundys Lane Cemetery.
For your Julia Ann Secord I have the following..
She was born in Niagara, ON, Canada 8 May 1803 baptized St Mark's Church, Niagara Twp, Lincoln County, ON, Canada19 Aug 1804, died 13 Jun 1868, married in Grantham Twp, Lincoln County, ON 31 Jan 1830 to William Stull born 17 Sept 1789
Stephen Henry Stullb 02 Aug 1831 d Esquesing Twp, Halton Co, ON 30 Jan 1905
George W. Stull b Georgetown, Esquesing Twp, Halton Co, ON abt 1833 d Guelph, Wellington Co, ON 7 Feb 1899 married Annie Oliver
Frederick Augustus Stull b Esquesing Twp, Halton Co, ON abt 1835
As for the UEL you can ask them if they will use thesame records or let you copy them but they may require you to get your own. However they do have them and I know they are real nice helpful people.
You can use the following books:
The De Forests of Avesnes (and of the New World) A Huguenot Thread in American Colonial History 1494 to the Present Time by J W De Forest (Tuttle etc 1900) which has our line down to Hannah, "Annatje" and includes the marriage connection of her parents complete with most or all the necessary dates. Pp 220, 221
Early Families of Hermiker County New York by William V H Barker (Gen Pub Co 1986) which covers the Kast family down to Sarah and her husband Timothy and their children and mentions that Maria married Simon De Forest
For the War of 1812: In July 1814 Hannah lost her house when the Americans burnt down the village of St Davids.
You might want to check if the Stull men fought in any of the battles. William and his father may have participated.
For your followup query: Hannah was only 10 years old when her father Simon was killed in 1777 and she fled with her family to Canada.
Her husband Stephen didnt die until 1808.
Both Hannah and Stephen are buried in Warners Burying Ground in St Davids, Ontario.
It was her mother Mary who lost her husband, Simon De Forest. Mary McGinnis "Defriest" is recognized as a Loyalist, but in her own right.