Still looking for info on Anna Jeffries

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Anna Jeffries see Jeffries-316 seems to have died in Manitoba being buried in the Westbourne Cemetery or at least a stone in her memory is there.  Anna was borne in Quebec.  

Does anyone have any clues as to whom her parents were.
WikiTree profile: Anna Albright
in Genealogy Help by E. Lauraine Syrnick G2G6 Pilot (109k points)
retagged by Abby Glann

Ann Jeffries

 in the Web: Montreal, Canada, non-Catholic Baptism Index, 1766-1835

Name: Ann Jeffries
Baptism Year: 1825
Baptism Place: Montreal, Québec (Quebec), Canada
Church: St. Gabriel's Street Presbyterian Church, Montréal
Denomination: Presbytérien
Folio: 59
The 1851 Census of Canada lists Anna as Hannah and has her mother (and this is an assumption) living with her.

Anna Jefferys, Widow, b. Ireland, Episcopalian, age 65 born around 1786.

Here is the census info so you can find the copy

Year: 1851; Census Place: Grenville, Deux Montagnes County, Canada East (Quebec); Schedule: A; Roll: C_1147; Page: 69; Line: 16

The census also includes sons Henry & Robert as well as George N Albright.
Thank you so much.  Did you see her parents name?  I tried to look up tho part but couldn't see the Jeffries on it.  I believe her mothers name was ask Anna or Hznnah and her fathers name was David but unsure of this.  If you see her parents names please advise

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Anna Albright

Canada Census, 1871

Name Anna Albright
Gender Female
Age 45
Birth Year (Estimated) 1826
Birthplace Q
Marital Status Married
Nationality Irish
Religion C Of England
Event Place St-Andrews e, Argenteuil 96, Quebec
Page Number 51
House Number 165
Affiliate Film Number C-10029
  • No image available

Canada Census, 1871

Line Number 9
Family Number 169
GS Film number 2230991
Digital Folder Number 4395502
Image Number 544

Citing this Record

"Canada Census, 1871," database, FamilySearch ( : 13 November 2014), Anna Albright, St-Andrews, Argenteuil, Quebec, Canada; citing p. 51, line 9; Library and Archives Canada film number C-10029, Public Archives, Ottawa, Ontario; FHL microfilm 2,230,991.

by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (2.3m points)
Thank you.  i already had this info.  Am actually looking for her parents.
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I uploaded the 1851 Census of Canada to Anna's profile. (see comment below Betty's answer)

You can take a look and determine the if the information is what you are looking for or not. Feel free to delete the census jpg. if you don't think its relevant.

I added some more sources to Anna and George's profiles and tidied things up a bit. Hopefully it is to your liking.
by Brett Rutherford G2G6 Pilot (121k points)
edited by Brett Rutherford
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The Manitoba Historical Society is an interesting resource if you have Manitoba family.  In particular I found the section on notables of interest.

The Hudson Bay Company archives are now held by Manitoba and could be a useful resource for this research.  Many HBC employees were recruited from Scotland and who then settled in Canada after their contracts were up, in areas like Selkirk's Red River settlement. Also for those families where there forebear went back to Scotland, including Metis in Scotland.
by Anonymous Rocca G2G6 Mach 5 (50.3k points)
i have used both these sites.  the Hudson Bay site was excellent for finding this man's daughters husband as Laurence Smith came to Canada in the employee of the Hiudsob Bay Company.  Tyhe Manitoba Histoeical Society is also an interesting site and many well-known Manitobans are on it.

Thank you for showing your interest.

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