History Speaks 2021: Roger Nason - Shared screen with speaker view
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Youre doing great! :)
Della Gleason, Bangor, is a Nason descendant.
Actually, we both are.
Was Peleg Tripp a Loyalist settler?
Do you have any present or historical photos of the Stephen Tripp Farmhouse?
He has lots of great photos to come!
^ Exactly what I am excited for :D
Oh no! That's so sad :-(
That's a beautiful house! Great work!
Why an Irish name for the house? Nason? or were Tripps Irish in origin?
I believe Helene is Irish!
What an amazing lesson in exploring history. Thank you, Roger.
Thank you! That was just wonderful! I have some questions about the Tripp lineage, but maybe not everyone listening here will be interested, Could I contact you directly? William, who came to Ontario, is my 4th great grandfather.
Do we know how the Tripp road happened to be routed the way it was?
During renovations/ life on the property, were any neat historical objects found?
Thank you for such an informative and interesting talk Roger!
We found an old horse bit, old workhorse shoes and old paper that was used to line under the board siding, also an old Victorian carper was used along the wall lining.
Could you end the screenshare so we can go to Gallery View?
hehe I have to ask, is the attic room still there lol
Yes, David Clark m. Mary Ann Tripp and all lived near Ingersoll (Clark's COrners)
Peter and I really love the old farm house that was so strongly built but we are also very grateful to those who looked after the house so well before us particularly the Coburns and Tia Burgers whom we purchased the house from.
Wow. Thank you.
Yes the attic rooms are still there, lol
Thank you, Roger.
Thanks to all
Thanks Roger! Great talk! Hi from Ireland
thank you! looking forward to the next one :)