Who is Madeline, who married James Frederick Noakes (b 1887) after emigrating to Canada in 1909?

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WikiTree profile: Madeline Noakes
in Genealogy Help by Richard Noakes G2G Crew (730 points)
edited by Keith Hathaway

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She is named in the birth record of her daughter Phyllis:

Name: Phyllis Madeline Noakes
Gender: Female
Birth Date: 23 Nov 1911
Birth Place: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Mother: Grace Madeline Ross
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Source Information

Ancestry.com. Web: Canada, Manitoba, Birth Index, 1866-1912 

by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.4m points)
And thank you as well for this information.

Apart from a visit to my grandparents in Bermuda in 1934, nothing much is known about James Frederick Noakes after he left his ship in Quebec in 1907 (signed on in the Royal Navy in 1905 for 12 years)

The plot thickens.
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Name: Grace Madeline Ross
Gender: Female
Spouse: James Frederick Noakes
Marriage Date: 17 Nov 1908
Marriage Place: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
URL: http://vitalstats.gov.mb.ca/Qu... 

 

Source Information

Manitoba, Marriage Index, 1879-1931

by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.4m points)
Thank you for the reply.

Is this the Madeline Noakes who died in November 1947? Her birthdate appears to have been March 26, according to my grandmother's birthday book.

But where did she come from?
All the records indicate that this is the same person. I posted them to her profile. The records also indicate a visit to Bermuda. Two census records say she was born in Scotland & immigrated in 1899.

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