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Seeking distant MANERY cousins
Posted by: B.Hill Date: March 04, 2001 at 22:41:02
  of 2037

One of my mother's cousins was a Mabel BRODER who married Sam MANERY and I think they lived in Penticton, British Columbia. There are listings in the BC Vital Statistics Indexes (deaths) that fit both of them. I have names of their children and grandchildren but no dates. Would like to correspond with any of these distant cousins who might be interested in our common ancestors and family "folklore." A book on Mabel BRODER's mother's family is being published this spring 2001. Her descendants are eligible for both UEL and DAR through her grandparents.

The parents below (children of Mabel and Sam MANERY) may still be living, would probably be in their 70s or 80s and up. The children would be in their late 40s and older.

Jean MANERY, married Ross INNES - children:
Daphne, Eleanor, Robert (Innes)

Helen MANERY, married B. KING - children:
Douglas, Elaine, Meredith, Barbara (King)

Gordon MANERY, married -?-
child: Billie

Ronald MANERY, married -?-
child: Patrick

Marjorie MANERY, married Ken HARKER - children: Richard, Randolph, Bruce, Geraldine (Harker)

Kathleen MANERY, married Milton COOK - children: unknown

This branch of my great-grandfather's descendants is the one least known to me. The above names came from my great-aunt, his youngest daughter, who lived 1872-1963 and kept track of as many nieces and nephews and their children as she could. I have lots to share with any interested cousins.



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