Do anyone have a tree containing James (Dugid?) Barron. b. sept. 5, 1865, New Deer Scotland ?

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This branch of our tree travelled and settled into Guelph, ontario Canada area.
in Genealogy Help by Katie Weatherell G2G Rookie (130 points)

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I searched for him on ancestry.com public trees and he came right up. on that web site he is part of The Real Thornton Tree, it is located in the public trees.

B. 5 Sep 1865 at Slacks of Cairnbanno, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

married; 21 aug 1886 Aberdeenshire.

D. 1942 Guelph, Wellington Ohio, Canada

Parents: Arthur Barron and Ann Duguid

Spouse: Helen Tarves

Departed log posted on The Real Thornton Tree, ancestry.com

Dec 1, 1911 on board the ship, Empress of Ireland (Canadian pacific line) from Liverpool to St Johns, his ticket number was 174781 and listed the following: James D. Barron farmer, age 45, Mrs E. wife age 45, Miss H.R. domestic age 23, miss M domestic age 21, James son labourer age 16, Beatrice age 11 daughter, Evelyn age 10 daughter, Henrietta age 8, daughter, John age 3 son, Robert age 1 1/2 son. The source they listed is: Ship log, www.nationalarchives.gov.uk the documents scanned in under public members, photos and scanned documents.

If you want to see his birth place and family photos there are several with census copies from 1881 and birth certificate for some and more under the public family tree: The Real Thornton Tree, ancestry.com

by Jamie Barron G2G6 (7.3k points)

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