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Re: Cemetery Records
Posted by: Elizabeth Finn (ID *****3315) Date: March 23, 2007 at 17:01:16
In Reply to: Re: Cemetery Records by S.Hume of 384

While this is not what you asked for,(I'll look soon for her parent's name and confirmation) I thought I'd send you this.Just on the off chance you don't have access to US census records.
I've traced your Sarah A Jameson from her last year of life in July 1920 living in Farmington in the household of her daughter and son-in-law Maggie T and Edwin C Spiers on down to 1870 in Boston Massachusetts.

In the 1900 census Sarah states that she was born in July of 1837 in New Brunswick.

That year she states that her father was born in Scotland/mother England.

In 1880 she says that she was born in New Brunswick,father/Nova Scotia/mother New Brunswick.

In 1870 she says she was born in New Brunswick.

1910 she says that both her parents were born in Scotland.

As you are from Canada maybe you can make sense of the differences.
I'm positive this is your Sarah.Did you know her husband's name and her son's names already?John/husband,William,John,Archibald,Fredrick P and George H.
Sadly while Sarah had 8 children by the year 1900 only 5 were living.
They lived in Boston for all those years until we find Sarah in Farmington.Her daughter and son-in-law worked in one of Farmington's many shoe factorys.
I was raised in Milton,one town away from Farmington.I don't now though.




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