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Gardiners in Neepawa
Posted by: Teresa Date: October 03, 2000 at 18:24:47
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Looking for connections to my GGG Grandparents. The 1901 Neepawa Census shows:
Gardiner, David R., head, married, born Ont 1865/04/30, age 36, farmer
Annie (nee Watson), wife, born Ont 1868/05/26
Allan W., son born MB 1890/05/15, age 11
David W., son born MB 1892/07/10, age 9
Ethel M., daur born MB 1894/07/16, age 7
Wilbert Roy, son born MB 1896/07/16, age 5
Carman Henry, son born MB 1898/08/01, age 3
William Ford, father, widower born Ireland 1830/08/02 (my GGG Grandfather)

and the corresponding cemetery transcriptions in Neepawa:
David R born Apr 30, 1865, died Aug 22, 1908
his wife Annie Watson 1867-1939
Wilbert Roy born Jun 20, 1895 died Jul 31, 1918
Pte. Carman Henry / 16th Can. Scotish / C.E.F. / born May 19, 1898 / killed at Vimy Ridge Apr 28, 1917
William James / son of Annie / born Aug 1, 187, died May 12, 1891

also
In memory of Elizabeth Jane, Beloved wife of W.F. Gardiner, Died Jan 13, 1894, Aged 68 years & 13 days

no mention of a burial for William Ford Gardiner.

William & Elizabeth also had sons James who married Euphemia, Henry who was single in the 1901 census, living in James' home, daughter Elizabeth Jane who married Henry George McConnell (my GG Grandparents). The familes came to Manitoba from the Glencoe, Mosa, Ontario area.

Thanks


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