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Re: Chambers / Millard family
Posted by: Eileen Wilson (ID *****8668) Date: June 11, 2013 at 11:25:18
In Reply to: Chambers / Millard family by Julie McGrath of 100377

Well, Samuel & Sarah seem to still be alive in the 1871 Canadian Census:

Waughs River, Colchester, Nova Scotia

Chambers, Samuel, aged 88, born Nova Scotia, Presbyterian, Scotch, farmer, married
Chambers, Sarah, aged 84, born Nova Scotia, married

Next door:

Chambers, James, aged 63, born NS, Presbyterian, Scotch, farmer, married
Chambers, Hannah, aged 50, born NS, married
Chambers, Margaret, aged 30, born NS
Chambers, Sarah, aged 29, born NS
Chambers, David, aged 28, born NS
Chambers, Mary J., aged 18, born NS
Chambers, Olive, aged 13, born NS

Chambers, John, aged 26, born NS, Presbyterian, Scotch, farmer, married, February 1871
Chambers, Rose, aged 22, born NS, married February 1871
(note: this party resides on Chambers Point, the most northern point of Colchester).

Also in Waughs River:

Chambers, Samuel, aged 59, born NS, W. Methodist, Scotch, ship carpenter, married
Chambers, Margaret, aged 56, born England, married
Chambers, Samuel Jr., aged 26, born NS
Chambers, Jenny, aged 20, born NS
Chambers, Mary, aged 17, born NS
Chambers, Adeline, aged 14, born NS
Chambers, Hugh, aged 10, born NS

Samuel Sr. & Sarah (Jane), both died in one after the one in 1873 and 1872, aged 89 and 84 respectively. Both born in Scotland.

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