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Location: Vancouver Canada Date: May 1, 2015 6:13 pm
Thank you everybody for your comments.
I no longer have time to dedicate to genealogy and all my physical genealogy files are long buried in storage. For those of you asking genealogy questions, I will try to answer you as best I can via email. If they require me to dig up old records, I will have to pass on responding.
Note: on this website there is a genealogy forum open to the public. It is the only open to the public forum in my discussion forums area and apparently the only un-used forum. Feel free to use this forum as a communication tool for any Creasor genealogy questions or information you would like to pose / pass on.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Date: October 19, 2012 1:57 pm
My grandfather was Walter Creasor who is buried in Tilsonburg On. My father was Melvin Gerald Creasor born in 1920.
I was wondering if my grandfather had any brothers or sisters. I am looking for cousins that I may have, I am trying to trace my family tree.
Location: RICMOND HILL ON Date: September 15, 2012 7:11 pm
Hi everyone. Very interested to know more about the Creasors. My G G Grandmother was Eliza Creasor of Hornsea. Her father was John Creasor who is buried with his wife Mary in the churchyard in Hornsea. I walk past it daily.
Location: Hornsea, East Yorkshire Date: April 13, 2012 4:19 pm
I notice many guest entries since the last time I responded. I just wanted to let you all know, I will try and respond to your entries on an individual basis via email once I get some free time. Thank you.
Location: Ancaster, ON Date: January 12, 2012 7:06 am
I am William Emerson Rhodes' daughter-in-law. I noted that you often sourced Mercedes Hamblen's Notes in ref to our family. Who is she and how is she related to the Rhodes family? Be happy to have direct contact.
My sister told me about this website. I was born a CREASOR. I used to research my geneology many years ago, my Dad (Philip) and I have found numerous lines in the Creasor family tree but only can go back so far and with the ones that had death and birth certificate available. I will try and get what I have posted soon as it may help connect a few people.
Location: Melbourne, Florida USA Date: June 14, 2011 2:06 pm
I found myself on your web site ... some of your information about my father Leslie Allison Edgerton and our family need correcting ... as I also work on geneology I feel the need to communicate with you ... we must be 2nd or 3rd cousins Stuart ... I'm Shirley Ilene Edgerton/Ivany Botham looking forward to hearing from you ... firstname.lastname@example.org April 17/2011
Location: southampton UK Date: May 16, 2010 10:47 am
Just would like to find if i\"m related to any of you....My fathers name was Melvin Gerald Creasor and his sister name was Dorthy....don\"t know who there parents were but was told they past away when Gerald and Dorthy were very young. Roy and Janie Lance raised them,i believe they were from the muskoka area,then moved to Tillsonburg,Ont.My father Gerald married during war in England to Hilda,and had 4 boys Roy,Russel,Robert and Ronnie.Dorthy Creasor married Bud Mallot in Kingsville,Ont.Do any other Creasor know them?
Robert Charles Creasor
Location: London,Ont. Date: April 22, 2010 8:25 pm
Location: Huntsville Date: September 20, 2009 9:18 pm
That's great! I met your grandfather, grandmother and father once when I was putting together my genealogy data. My ex-wife and I paid them a visit and I interviewed Uncle Harvey about the family. Unfortunately, I never got a chance to include all the information from the interview into my genealogy data as I got swamped shortly after and I have been finding it hard to find the time to get back into it since. I remember them as great people and I felt privileged to be able to sit down with them all and discuss Creasor history. I also remember them all looking so young for their age. Say hello from me to your parent's and uncles/aunts.
I am also related to the Forge's. My grandparents were Francis H.(Harvey) and Inez Creasor, and I was born and raised in Parry Sound. I am the daughter of the late Carolyn (Wood) Creasor and Murray Creasor. I live between London and Chatham in Glencoe, Ontario.
Location: glencoe, ontario, canada Date: May 14, 2009 6:53 pm
this website made me laugh when i saw it was dedicated to creasor's! like some other comments ive read on here i really didnt know there were that many of us!! haha. xx
Location: Sheffield Date: April 8, 2009 6:49 am
Thank you all for your guest book entries. My old school mind decided long ago that a guest book should be simply a way for people to remark on the website i.e. one way traffic from the users of the website (I've been around computers way too long!) and that discussion forums are for discussion threads, etc. I figured since I developed a guest book and discussion forum, that people would leave remarks they wished responses to on the discussion forum. However, this website has been in existence going on 15 years now and I've finally seen the light! I've come to the realization people are looking for responses on the website. I did try for a while to reply to entries here which I felt were looking for a response via the email address left by the respondee. However, having not received a response back for the majority of them, I stopped doing that. I have now decided to leave my response to any "questions" directly to this guest book. AND I do promise to give this website a complete overhaul this year after the wedding and summer rush!! Thank you all for your great remarks!
Location: cambridgeshire Date: October 20, 2008 2:20 pm
Location: sheffield Date: September 14, 2008 12:18 pm
How surprised I was to find a website dedicated to the Creasor family! And there was ne thinking that I must be one of the last remaining Creasor's. It did seem to me that there were a large number in Canada, is this true?
Location: United Kingdom, London Date: July 6, 2008 5:26 pm
whoops im retarted. my grandpa's name was Gerald Creasor
Location: " " Date: December 12, 2007 4:04 pm
For my whole life I've only known about 7 or 8 Creasor's in my immediate famliy. I had no idea there were tons more of us. I couldn't seem to find any of the family members I know though. I don't know any of my great-granparents first names and I only know that my dad's (Robert Creaor) father's name was Robert Creasor too.. how can I find out???
Location: London, Ontario Date: November 20, 2007 1:26 pm
My grandparents are Albert and Hannah Creasor. I have punched his name in google several times and this is the first time this site has come up (maybe I'm blind) My mom, Margaret Doreen Creasor Stinson Burcombe (2nd youngest) celebrated her 93rd birthday on July 30 - she's the last one left (Olive died in March 2007, Faye in July 2006) I'd love to connect with any Creasors out there!!! I am on my way to a wedding in Parry Sound tomorrow and am taking a lot of old Parry Sound pics to the library - many not identified. Summer of 2006 we took mom on a memory trip - McKeller, Dunchurch, Burk's Falls and all the cemetaries along the way. I visited Aunt Rachel at the farm last when I was a teen in the 60's, and Aunt Ellen as well. My mom still lives on her own - just made plans to move to a retirement home last night!!! She has the Creasor independence!! Rosemary Woods
Location: Belwood Ontario Date: November 2, 2007 3:51 pm
I write on behalf of my mother, Edith Jeanne Creasor, daughter of Joseph Henry Creasor (1896-1981). My mother was born in Parry Sound Ontario in 1923, one of two daughters. She is thrilled to see the picture of the Creasor clan, and is fairly confident that her Great Grandmother Sands (?Rachel) is the the picture but not sure. My grandfather, Henry, worked for the CPR Railway and was in an unfortunate accident at age in June 1924, when my mom was 6 mos old. Although he was left paraplegic, and sported a hook for hand and a wooden leg, he lived a healthy and I think very happy life until his death in 1981. He was the son of Richard Albert Creasor and Hannah Sands. I don't think there are a lot of Creasors left, but if so give us an email.
I got a lot of good information from your site. I had a small problem sorting out the grand parents of Samantha. Cute and I like the red hair. I have couple of questions, how do I figure out the spouses for the husbands? How come you didn't put them together on the family data window?
Location: Richmond Hill, ON CANADA Date: June 22, 2002 12:41 pm
Samantha is a lovely little girl and well worth waiting for.Your granny is very proud of you and wishes you good health and lots of happiness in your life ahead.Thank you Suzie and Stuart for a little bundle of joy.
Location: Scarborough, On CANADA Date: June 19, 2002 3:12 pm
What a beautiful little baby. We are very proud and happy for this new addition to the Frenette Family. Thank you for a wonderful website. Carina, Rachelle and I are looking forward to more pictures of baby Samantha soon.
Location: Nelson, BC CANADA Date: November 1, 2001 8:42 pm
This is a pleasant surprise to find a 'Creasor' website. I had posted a message on GEDCOM about my Grandfather who was Herbert Creasor. You answered me in April and I finally replied today on that site and here. I would like to correct one or two things on my Mother's family and also contribute anything I can. Thank you for a great site. V. Thorsen
Location: Richmond, ont CANADA Date: June 11, 2001 10:45 am
Hi Stuart, I think we have corresponded before, as I am doing the Forge family tree as well as the Longhursts my grandmother was Edith May Forge who married Henry Longhurst form Windermere. You have a very nice site. Katherine Lackie (Longhurst)email@example.com
Location: Toronto, Ont. CANADA Date: May 1, 2001 5:43 pm
You have done a great job, Stuart! Keep up the good work. I am visiting with Scott and Shannon in Ullswater (just south of Bent River) and this has been edited by Roger, Wilf, Justin, Sheila, Shannon, and Scott. Hello to everyone.
Location: Gravenhurst, ON CANADA Date: April 29, 2001 11:44 am
This is an impressive website. I particularly like the pictures in the top border. Great job!
Location: Ullswater, ON CANADA Date: April 24, 2001 5:45 pm
Gee Whiz! (I am saying this for Norma Carrick because it is exactly what she will say when she sees this site) Congratulations Stuart! I like the frame at the top of the screen and I am sure that Frank Forge would have a laugh at the thought of himself on a computer website. Thanks for all your hard work.
Location: Wolfville, NS CANADA Date: April 23, 2001 4:22 pm
Wow, what a great website! The pictures, surnames and overall layout of the website is very impressive. I especially love the BORDER. Very cool! You have definitely captured the 'Creasor spirit' in its design. Thank's for all of your hard work.