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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #9 on: Tuesday 14 June 11 17:29 BST (UK) »
So if they stayed in portland Dorset, these Weymouth births follow, incl. Ellen listed, prior to emigration
Mary Jane Shaw  Dec Q 1882  / vol. 5a  p.326
Ellen Shaw  Dec Q 1884  / vol. 5a  p.339 ( You should pick up the cert for the mother's surname)
Isaac Hugh Shaw  Dec Q 1886  / vol. 5a  p.307 ( death Sept.Q. 1887 )
Elizabeth Alice Shaw  March Q 1887  / vol. 5a  p.?11
Donald Patrick Shaw  June Q 1888 / vol. 5a  p.301

Mary Jane married Samuel Montrose Williams March 28th 1900
http://www.automatedgenealogy.com/census/View.jsp?id=11349&highlight=34

Sarah married James Thomas Pell  July 12 1899
http://www.automatedgenealogy.com/census/View.jsp?id=64203&highlight=8


John Thomas Shaw  married Catherine Margaret McDougall  Feb 2 1898
Can't see them but they are having babies in N.Norfolk

a John Shaw died Dec. 31 1916 age 77 RM North Norfolk
an Eliza Jane died august 19 1924 age 79 Portage La Prairie
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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #10 on: Tuesday 14 June 11 19:57 BST (UK) »
Surprised we haven't seen the surname for Eliza yet...  Maybe she's down as Liza Jane?
Here are seven of them coming in June 5 1888 on the Siberian to Quebec, no David
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/passengers-quebec-1865-1900/001082-119.03-e.php?&interval=20&person_id_nbr=624655

added: There is a birth of a David Shaw Aug 19 1870 óDublin, Ireland parents John Shaw, Eliza Jane King
Baptism says birth took place 2 North City, City Of Dublin, Ire 
christening address 560, 2 North City, City Of Dublin, whatever that means
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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 16 June 11 03:01 BST (UK) »
Hey Razzy,

I didn't know you had more relatives in Saskatchewan Razzy.  An addition to J.J.'s find about the John Robertson possibly being buried in Saskatoon.

Checking the local cemetery index in Saskatoon I can confirm a John Harris Robertson buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in January 3, 1973 with an obituary in the Star Phoenix dated for January 2.   I can look at the obituary maybe Friday/Saturday to see if it's yours for sure.

I also looked at the homestead index and found one John Harris Robertson living near Paddockwood, SK (2 hours north of Leask), there is a history book at the library as well that I can check out at the same time as the obit.

Fingers crossed,

Jeff


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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 16 June 11 03:57 BST (UK) »
Wow!
I'm amazed.
I have  been helping people and am just getting back on this search.
I originally am looking for LARSON burials (Lars, Laura, and children except Hilda) and also Effy Pearl ROBERTSON who married a g/uncle and whom both died in Vancouver.
Where they were married.
I am happy I recieved so much help!
I recieved an acknowledgement from RM Leask of my emails and that is all I know for now.
I am challenged in knowing how to copy and paste from autoated genealogy, or LAC to this forum.
Finding information in Ireland too has been astonishing.
On another thread I was trying to find other ancestors in Ireland which seems successful.
I am still trying to find yet more in Ireland and also here in Canada.
Going back to ROBERTSONs and LARSONs, even GRAHAMs I seem to find the same family with the same nationality in different places and I need to step back, clear my head, and try again.
Laure (France);
Graham (Cumberland, England/Grahamsfield, Scotland), Taylor (Orkney);
Rogan, Johnston, McKinney, Irwin, Hamilton (Ireland);
Masters (Wiltshire, England).
Houldsworth (Sheffield, Middlesex)

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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 16 June 11 04:35 BST (UK) »
You asked for a lot more than that in your very first posting on the thread...Or at least that is what I thought "I hope to find" meant... Sorry I guess I got carried away, I needed a distraction at the time... ;D

You actually are not supposed to cut/copy & paste information directly from any census or genealogy site. You can rewrite some of the information to avoid infringement on copyright. Although collections Canada doesn't mind, other sources do, and so we must respect the copyright views & rules of the forum.
I just copy the link and then briefly list pertinent information.

Hello Jeff...headed to Sask. soon ...Looks as though your weather matches ours...Cloudy with a chance of sun.

all the best, J.J.
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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 16 June 11 14:34 BST (UK) »
Heading directly my way, or just passing by??

Jeff

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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #15 on: Thursday 16 June 11 15:36 BST (UK) »
Yes, I am very happy with all the information and the depth of help.
I could not have done this research to this degree.
I knew my g/uncle and aunt but was too young then to know to
ask them genealogical questions and write down the answers.
So now I have this written down and as in my previous post, at times,
I become confused as to what I am looking at and need the backup from a new set of eyes and skill levels and a fresh view to clear this research up.
Also how nicknames or names themselves are changed.In the site I have learned Eleanor, Ella, Nellie, Ellen, Hellen, one 'L' or two 'Ls' are all one variation of one persons name; then Dolly, Dorothy, I couldconnect Dot to Dorothy before.
Also Margaret, but I did not know Peggy was used for Margaret.
Laure (France);
Graham (Cumberland, England/Grahamsfield, Scotland), Taylor (Orkney);
Rogan, Johnston, McKinney, Irwin, Hamilton (Ireland);
Masters (Wiltshire, England).
Houldsworth (Sheffield, Middlesex)

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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #16 on: Thursday 16 June 11 21:26 BST (UK) »
 :-X Here's a couple of dozen nicknames for Margaret...and links to other nicknames:
http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php/topic,128404.msg2180336.html#msg2180336
Please remember these ( ie: Ireland birth) are merely found information, not necessarily yours....you must get some certs when real proof is needed!

jeff I'll reply in a p.m.  ;D
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Re: Prince Albert Saskatchewan
« Reply #17 on: Friday 17 June 11 03:53 BST (UK) »
I just realized the statement "connected the DOT to Dorothy" has other meanings as well...Giggled a bit when I reread that!
The marriage of your Stewart Bertram Graham & Effie Pearl Robertson doesn't appear to be in Manitoba, unless it was within 80years. Patience may yet find it there or in Saskatchewan, once marriages are  transcribed. Hopefully it was not in Alberta or you won't find it without paying for it...

Let the others know what information you still need! I am away from the computer for a while!  J.J.
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