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Re: William Warner - Mid to late 1800's - Kennebunkport
Posted by: Lynn Calvin (ID *****4168) Date: April 18, 2007 at 07:04:59
In Reply to: William Warner - Mid to late 1800's - Kennebunkport by Sandra Mc Intyre of 867

William H. Warner was listed in Kennebunkport, York Co., ME in the 1900 and 1910 Federal Censuses. Both instances had him with a wife Winifred and sons Bernard (in 1900 as Bernie) and Andrew. William and the boys were listed as born in Canada, and Winifred in Ireland.

In 1900, William was 48, Wiinifred 42, Bernard 18 and Andrew 13. William and Winifred had been married 25 years. By 1910 only Bernard had been naturalized, the others were listed as aliens.

In the 1881 Canadian Census, William and Winifred were listed in the census of Prince Edward Island. At that time, William's occupation was seaman. There were two boys in the household, Thomas C. and William J., ages 5 and 3 respectively, both born in the US. The religion of the household was given as Catholic.

I hope this will provide some useful leads for you.

Lynn Calvin
Saratoga County NY (but born in Maine!)



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