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Re: GENTRY of LANGLEY, BC
Posted by: Susan Fisher (ID *****8974) Date: April 10, 2003 at 10:38:47
In Reply to: GENTRY of LANGLEY, BC by James Kirby of 2043

There is a William Manning listed on the 1881 census in the Nicola Valley. He was a teamster. Also have a William Manning married my G. Aunt Christine Anderson in 1892. At that time that W. Manning is listed as a widower. The carribou/north central washington was a gold rush haven. It is rich with history. Gold attracts a lot of people, possibly he could have headed there? Good luck in your search. Suze


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