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Re: SOME MANITOBA HISTORY BOOKS
Posted by: Marilyn Clayton (ID *****7264) Date: August 23, 2007 at 08:33:44
In Reply to: Re: SOME MANITOBA HISTORY BOOKS by Lynton Stewart of 1701

William Foulds came from Northern England. He married a woman named Daniels, and sttled on the NE 1/4 of 28-3-4 E1, and took up the NW 1/4 of 27-3-4 E1. He was the first mail man in the district, and would walk to Emerson and bring the mail on his back.
Their family were John, Sam, Charlie, Albert, Robert and Bella,who married Ted Creamer. Sam had tuberculosis and was bed ridden for years, and repaired watches. Charlie was caretaker of the Greenridge school. Albert was a horse rainer, Robert a teacher, who was studying to be a druggest at the time of his death from influenza.
(there's a picture of Mrs. Foulds, Charlie and Bob)


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