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Harry Grant Kemp m. Amy R. Smith...(I can't find them!)
Posted by: Dorothy White (ID *****9310) Date: September 14, 2006 at 19:01:28
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In 1920 or soon after, Harry Grant Kemp married Amy Rachel (Brooks) Smith in Winnipeg?, Manitoba. Is there anywhere that someone can help find info on this union? Where did they get married and when?

Amy Rachel (Brooks) Smith lived in Winnipeg where she met Harry Grant Kemp, and it�s assumed they married there or close by.

A baby boy was born with known birth date of Aug. 25, 1920, but because of the secretiveness of this birth & hints adoption�questions now arise as to whether the baby was born before or after the marriage took place. Could this boy be a product of this union, or was he actually adopted? The boy was always known to us as Clyde �Smith�, but is he actually Smith, Kemp or of an unknown birth name?

A death record found for Clyde is �Clyde Roberts Smith� which leaves questions again as to whether the marriage of Amy & Harry was after the birth. The marriage was dissolved 20 years later after a lengthy period of not living together. Annulment papers refer to the proceedings and declaration of annulment with full names, but there is no reference as to the date of marriage.

I cannot find the marriage record, and cannot find Clyde�s birth record.

Dorothy


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