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Marriage: Children:
  1. Eliza Inch: Birth: 1793. Death: 1811

  2. John Inch: Birth: 29 JUN 1795. Death: 1877 in Jerusalem Settlement, New Brunswick, Canada

  3. Nathaniel Inch: Birth: 05 NOV 1797 in Ederney Bridge, Ireland. Death: 16 JAN 1891 in Jerusalem Settlement, New Brunswick, Canada

a. Note:   married Ann Sproul. Soon after their marriage they moved to a placecalled Corough-a-Mulkin in the parish of Lower Langfield in the CountyTyrone - then they removed to Ederney Bridge in the County ofFermanagh, 12 miles north of Enniskillen. They had three children,Eliza born in 1793, died unmarried in 1811. John born June 29th, 1795,and Nathaniel, my father, born November 5, 1797. Soon after this,Leonard died and was buried near the village of Drumquin where hiswife was buried many years later.
  John emigrated to New Brunswick about 1820. He resided on a farm inthe Jerusalem Settlement, Queens County. He died there about the year1877, leaving no issue.
 <b>Joan C. Brooks</b>
 <b>Joan C. Brooks</b>
 <b>Joan C. Brooks</b>
 <b>The sketch was put together by George Robert Boyer Inch, April, 1912</b>
Note:   Leonard carried on a grocery business in the town of Strabane where he is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.