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On 15 Apr 2015 at 01:58 GMT Lorna Henderson wrote:
Definitely two Elizabeths both related. This exercise solved a mystery for me. Elizabeth's 1882 marriage to Thomas WIGGINS is indexed in the Ontario marriages as HIGGINS, and I never could find her after 1882 in census data as a result. Looking at the image again it still looks like HIGGINS when comparing other Hs on the page! Also doesn't help that her 1918 death in Ottawa has her with the wrong father - given as John FAIRBAIRN instead of Archibald. Suggest I add another Elizabeth to George and Eleanor and we shift William JOHNSTON to that spouse, removing the one married to WIGGINS from George and Eleanor and she can then be added to Archibald and Eliza O'Hara instead
On 15 Apr 2015 at 01:26 GMT Lorna Henderson wrote:
Which leads me to believe there are two Elizabeths here, from different families If you need help untangling, just ask. Lorna http://Fairbairn.LornaHen.com
On 15 Apr 2015 at 00:55 GMT Lorna Henderson wrote:
The Elizabeth married to JOHNSON is the dtr of George and Eleanor (MULLEN) FAIRBAIRN and is with them in 1881 and 1891 as FAIRBAIRN 1911 census JOHNSTON: William 46 b May 1864 Irish, farmer; wife Elizabeth 42 b May 1868, Scotch; Children (Irish): Albrick (Alderick on ancestry) 18 b Sep 1892, school teaching; Viola 16 b Oct 1894; Rebeca 14 b Nov 1896; Frank 9 b Oct 1901; All Canadian, Methodist, b QUE
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