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Offline queenswood 1

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Essex Ontario- John Sinton after 1881
« on: Saturday 09 September 17 16:00 BST (UK) »
I am looking for information on John Sinton who married Jessie  in Dorset UK in 1874 and had a son and a daughter. I cannot find any of them in the UK in 1881 and believe they travelled to Ontario- by 1891, Jessie and her son and daughter are back in the UK but no sign of husband John - did husband John stay out in Canada whilst his wife and son and daughter returned to the UK- on the censuses from 1891 onwards.
There son William Henry Sinton returned to Essex Ontario and settled on a farm there in 1913- he later returned to the UK in 1920 and married Margaret (shows his father John as deceased) before returning with his new wife and their new daughter to Canada in 1923.

I am looking for any information at all in respect of John Sinton from the late 1870s through to 1920 and also any information on his son William Henry sinton who settled on a farm in Essex Ontario in 1913.

Many many thanks

Caroline
Roots/Day/Atkins - (Essex/Suffolk/ London)Bourne/Milner/Corden-(Staffs/Shrops/Cheshire)
Wood/Gibbs/Battrick/Fall/Budden-(Dorset)

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Re: Essex Ontario- John Sinton after 1881
« Reply #1 on: Saturday 09 September 17 16:07 BST (UK) »
See your other post for 1881 and later
http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=778626.
Census information is Crown Copyright, from www.nationalarchives.gov.uk

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