I just retrieved my e-mail and I was so excited to get our message.I am 100% positive that both Joseph and I. (Irving) are one in the same and myfather. My father lied about his age to join the Canadian army. He was 15 when he shipped out for England.He was sent back to Canada and discharged when his true age was discovered. He then re-enlisted when he as 17. I'm sure that is the reason for the difference in first names and birthdates.All my life he was called by "Uncle Irving" by my mother's cousins. I eceived a letter from Joan Van Tassell of Digby gut who also set a note from her Aunt.She identified Maggie & Frank.A Mabel & Frank Grearson are buried in a plot he purchased in St. John; as well as my father's second wife Frankie. His first wife was Elizabeth (?). She was a girl he married in England and he brought both she and her mother to Canada.He related that one day when he came home from work they were gone. He filed for divorce citing desertion 7 years later He moved to Philadelphia, entered a seminary with the intention of becoming a priest. Met an older (?) lady Frankie (?), left the seminar, married her and moved back to St. John.She later died of pheumonia and he married my mother Blanche Craft in 1940.She lived with her parents in an apartment he owned. She was born in 1903 but this was her first marriage.I was born in 1942. According to him there were no children born from either of first 2 marriages. In 1951 we moved to Denver CO and he died in Brush Co 12/26/1993. I also know that my Mom & Dad visited his cousin (female) in British Columbia in the early 70's but I don't have a name. I've gone on much too long but your info got me excited.Now, if I can find out his fathers name and mothers maiden name I'll be on track again.