Jane McINNES was born to Scottish parents [probably in Ontario, Canada] in the early 1850s and had at least three siblings (including Annie, Mary and Duncan). She married George William BROWN (Janitor) in Montreal in 1889, but had become a widow by 1911.
|17 Jul 1889||Jane's marriage to George William BROWN in Montreal, Quebec, Canada (Presbyterian Calvin) - her niece Sarah Ann ROSSER was a witness .|
|6 Apr 1891||1891 Canada Census: Montreal City (wife, married, Presbyterian; with husband in a brick, two-story home with 6 rooms) .|
|01 Jun 1911||1911 Canada Census: 615 Drolet [St?], Montreal City (sister-in-law, widow, Scotch, Canadian, 'ancien' [translates as ' veteran']; with her sister and brother-in-law, and the family of her late niece) |
Birth year: 1852-1853 (1891 census); 1850-1851 (1911 census);
She was a witness to her sister Mary's marriage.
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