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Reverend Sibley, late 1800s
Posted by: Beverly Date: June 12, 2000 at 08:26:35
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The following reference is found in "Prairie Pot-pourri", Markwell, Mary, ca 1895, women's history in early Canadiana:- "the reverend Sibley fell under the influence of that which stingeth like an adder when looked upon in the red. Mrs. Sibley, who was the direct descendant of a Piegan Chief, wore a clean white apron-it being a dress occasion.." this party was apparently at His Lordship's the Bishop. Does anyone have any record of Sibleys in Manitoba who may connect to this article or the Sibleys of eastern Canada?


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