Families related to Bill Buchanan and Judy Kinney


Johan Gerhard HAGEN [Parents] was born in 1905 in Norway. He died in 1993 in Bawlf, Alberta, Canada. He married Susie JOHNSON.

John has a son John.

Hagen, Johan 1905 - 1993 Bawlf Luthern [probably him]

Susie JOHNSON


Clemens LAUMAN

Anna 'Borgany' HAGEN [Parents]


William ANTHONY [Parents] was born on 6 Aug 1873 in Lower Selma County, Nova Scotia, Canada. He married Margaret Louise HAMILTON in Jun 1896 in , Hants, Nova Scotia.

Canadian Daughters League cookbook offers penny-stretching tips
This column is one in a series taking a look at vintage cookbooks owned by High Desert residents.
By VERONICA HILL
Staff Writer
Today’s vintage cookbook, “Recipes and Penny Stretchers from the Canadian Daughters League” comes from Meg Holmberg of Apple Valley.
“I would guess this book was printed in 1941 or 1942,” said Holmberg. “My grandmother, Margaret Anthony, was Canadian. They came to Alberta from Nova Scotia where my grandfather was in the lumber business and had a huge sailing ship, the Emily Anderson, which sailed around the world with cargoes of lumber.
“He later started a lumber mill in Antross, where I grew up, a few miles from Edmonton, where the cookbook was published. When I became of school age, I was sent to live with my grandmother so I could attend school.“Some of my fondest memories are sitting with her at the kitchen table sharing a cup of tea, (probably quite diluted) and fresh baked ginger snaps. She was a very strong lady, raised a large family and was active in community affairs and a member of the Canadian Daughters League. She came to live with my mother in Santa Ana a few years before her death and I found the cookbook among my mother’s things when she passed away about 20 years ago.”
http://www.vvdailypress.com/food/vintage/canadian/

In 1926, William Anthony sr. bought logging rights south of Breton. His family included Mark, Les, and Jennie (married Eli Wild). He was born in Lower Selma County, Nova Scotia and married Maggie Hamilton. He died about 1940. Their children were Elsie Clare b. 8 May 1897 d., Georgia Merle b. 3 Sept 1899, Mark b. 22 Apr 1902, Leslie Ashley b. 16 Feb 1907, Margaret Louise b. 29 Aug 1912, Jennie Merritt b. 6 May 1914, Dorothy b. 18 Jan 1916, William Edson b. 28 May 1921 d. 9 Feb 1922. from The Ladder of Time, a History of Breton and District pp. 79-83

1901 census of Canada District: NS HANTS (#34)
Subdistrict: Maitland h-3 Page 5
38 51 Anthony Maggie F Head M Dec 28 1876 24 [Nova Scotia]
39 51 Anthony William M Husband M Aug 6 1873 27 [Nova Scotia]
40 51 Anthony Clair M Son S May 8 1897 3 [daughter] [Nova Scotia]
41 51 Anthony Georgie F Daughter S Sep 3 1899 1 [Nova Scotia]
- [Maggie's relatives?]
42 52 Hamilton Fred M Head M Nov 29 1867 33 [Nova Scotia]
43 52 Hamilton Ella F Wife M Dec 22 1872 28 [Nova Scotia]
44 52 Hamilton Olevia F Daughter S Jun 4 1891 9 [Nova Scotia]
45 52 Hamilton Lillian F Daughter S Sep 28 1892 8 [Nova Scotia]
46 52 Hamilton Almina F Daughter S May 4 1894 6 [Nova Scotia]
47 52 Hamilton Alicia F Daughter S Jan 8 1896 5 [Nova Scotia]
48 52 Hamilton Edith F Daughter S Nov 18 1897 3 [Nova Scotia]
49 52 Hamilton Sadie F Daughter S Oct 8 1899 1 [Nova Scotia]
50 52 Hamilton Sarah F Mother W Dec 25 1829 71 [Nova Scotia]

Parents:
1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Andrew ANTHONEY M Male Scottish 49 Nova Scotia Ship Builder Con Gra
Alica A. ANTHONEY M Female Scottish 40 Nova Scotia Con Gra
Robert M. ANTHONEY Male Scottish 20 Nova Scotia Farmer Con Gra
Edwin S. ANTHONEY Male Scottish 18 Nova Scotia Salor Con Gra
Amada ANTHONEY Female Scottish 16 Nova Scotia School Con Gra
Andrew M. ANTHONEY Male Scottish 14 Nova Scotia Salor School Con Gra
Aliza ANTHONEY Female Scottish 12 Nova Scotia School Con Gra
Lenord ANTHONEY Male Scottish 9 Nova Scotia School Con Gra
William ANTHONEY Male Scottish 7 Nova Scotia School Con Gra
George ANTHONEY Male Scottish 5 Nova Scotia School Con Gra
Bessie ANTHONEY Female Scottish 3 Nova Scotia Con Gra
Siles ANTHONEY Male Scottish 1 Nova Scotia Con Gra
Derumpel William ANTHONEY Male Scottish 45 Nova Scotia Farmer C. Presbyterian
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Source Information: Census Place Maitland, Hants, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375810 NA Film Number C-13174 District 18 Sub-district L
Division 1 Page Number 41 Household Number 176 Page Number 1 Household Number 4

On Digitized Application for Registration of Birth for Georgia, he is listed as "United Empire Loyalist".

Margaret Louise HAMILTON was born on 28 Dec 1876 in Nova Scotia, Canada. She married William ANTHONY in Jun 1896 in , Hants, Nova Scotia.

This is almost certainly Margaret's family.
1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Asa HAMILTON M Male American 67 Nova Scotia Farmer C. Methodist
Sarah HAMILTON M Female American 52 Nova Scotia C. Methodist
Mary HAMILTON Female American 23 Nova Scotia C. Methodist
Henrietta HAMILTON Female American 19 Nova Scotia C. Methodist
Frederic HAMILTON Male American 13 Nova Scotia School C. Methodist
Laura HAMILTON Female American 10 Nova Scotia School C. Methodist
Addie HAMILTON Female American 8 Nova Scotia School C. Methodist
Maggie HAMILTON Female American 4 Nova Scotia C. Methodist
Thomas DENSMORE Male Irish 31 Nova Scotia C. Methodist
John DENSMORE Male Irish 23 Nova Scotia C. Methodist
Otis DENSMORE Male Irish 25 Nova Scotia C. Methodist
Jennie DENSMORE Female Irish 21 Nova Scotia C. Methodist
Annie DENSMORE Female Irish 19 Nova Scotia C. Methodist
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Source Information: Census Place Noel, Hants, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375810 NA Film Number C-13174
District 18 Sub-district M Page Number 12 Household Number 55

Middle name is from birth registration of daughter Elsie Clare Anthony.
In 1944, when the delayed birth registration took place, Margaret was living at 9547-103 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta, and William, a lumberman, is said to be deceased.

On 15 Dec 1940, William was deceased and Margaret was living at Antross, Alberta.

They had the following children:

  F i Elsie Clare ANTHONY was born on 8 May 1897 in Lower Selmah, Hants, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Digitized birth registration at
https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com/ItemView.aspx?ImageFile=1904-92404754&Event=birth&ID=184501
  F ii Georgia Merle ANTHONY
  M iii Mark ANTHONY was born on 22 Apr 1902 in of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Owen Anthony's father
  M iv Leslie Ashley ANTHONY
  F v Margaret Louise ANTHONY.
  F vi Jennie Merritt ANTHONY.
  F vii Dorothy ANTHONY.
  M viii William Edson ANTHONY was born on 28 May 1921 in Canada. He died on 9 Feb 1922 in Canada.

Andrew ANTHONY [Parents] was born on 1 Jul 1831 in Nova Scotia, British North America. He died on 26 Dec 1914 in Hants, Nova Scotia, Canada. He married Alicia Ann MAIN.

William's birth certificate says his father is Andrew Anthony, Shipbuilder, Lower Selma, NS
The mother's name may be Marie or Maier or Main.
married 29 Dec 1859, but I can't decipher the place name (Itael???).
https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com/ItemView.aspx?ImageFile=1812-231&Event=birth&ID=56347


1881 Canadian Census
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion
Andrew ANTHONEY M Male Scottish 49 Nova Scotia Ship Builder Con Gra
Alica A. ANTHONEY M Female Scottish 40 Nova Scotia Con Gra
Robert M. ANTHONEY Male Scottish 20 Nova Scotia Farmer Con Gra
Edwin S. ANTHONEY Male Scottish 18 Nova Scotia Salor Con Gra
Amada ANTHONEY Female Scottish 16 Nova Scotia School Con Gra
Andrew M. ANTHONEY Male Scottish 14 Nova Scotia Salor School Con Gra
Aliza ANTHONEY Female Scottish 12 Nova Scotia School Con Gra
Lenord ANTHONEY Male Scottish 9 Nova Scotia School Con Gra
William ANTHONEY Male Scottish 7 Nova Scotia School Con Gra
George ANTHONEY Male Scottish 5 Nova Scotia School Con Gra
Bessie ANTHONEY Female Scottish 3 Nova Scotia Con Gra
Siles ANTHONEY Male Scottish 1 Nova Scotia Con Gra
Derumpel William ANTHONEY Male Scottish 45 Nova Scotia Farmer C. Presbyterian
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Source Information: Census Place Maitland, Hants, Nova Scotia
Family History Library Film 1375810 NA Film Number C-13174 District 18 Sub-district L
Division 1 Page Number 41 Household Number 176+

Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Maitland, HANTS, NOVA SCOTIA
District Number: 34 Subdistrict Number: h-3 Archives Microfilm: T-6452
4 37 41 Anthony Andrew M Head M Jul 1 1831 69
4 38 41 Anthony Alicia F Wife M May 24 1840 60
4 39 41 Anthony Bessie S. F Daughter S Dec 8 1877 23
4 40 41 Anthony Silas M Son S May 11 1880 20
4 41 41 Anthony Fred E. M Son S Aug 6 1882 18
4 42 41 Anthony Maggie A. F Daughter S Dec 1 1884 16
4 43 41 Main Elizabeth F Mother W Apr 12 1818 82
4 44 41 Shaser Henry M Servant S Nov 21 1875 25

1911 Census of Canada
Nova Scotia / Hants / 8 Douglas poll district / page 2
10 14 Anthony Andrew M Head M Jul 1831 79
11 14 Anthony Alicia F Wife M May 1840 71
12 14 Anthony Ellis M Grandson S Dec 1894 16
13 14 Anthony Ruth F Granddaughter S May 1905 6
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14 15 Anthony Andrew M M Head M Feb 1867 44
15 15 Anthony Lena F Wife M Nov 1871 39
16 15 Anthony Frank M Son M Nov 1898 12
17 15 Anthony Mary F Daughter M May 1910 1


http://www-new.easthants.ca/content/FSRYfeNkOmJaHzve987bzDqHbWEE
Down the Bay from Selma was the yard of Lorenza O'Brien at Sterling's Brook. At Lower Selma Charles Cox & Son, James Rose, and Brown & Anthony were busy builders.
...
SEA TRAGEDIES
The great sea tragedies of our village are ever fresh memories. Fires at sea, typhoons, shifting sands, and rockbound coasts that took their toll of many a brave soul from the shipbuilding villages. The tragic story of the ship "Milton" and of the courage, resource and endurance of Captain McArthur and his wife, Kate Stuart, and of the two young men of the district George Ettinger, and Edwin Anthony, is one of the "Sagas of the Seas". A similar story of fire at sea and heroic endurance in an open boat was the Captain Neil Currie and his lovely young wife, a Maitland girl.

http://ehhs.weebly.com/family-histories.html
ANTHONY Genealogy of the Anthony family from 1495-1904

Deceased as of 9 April 1947

http://www.ebooksread.com/authors-eng/charles-l-anthony/genealogy-of-the-anthony-family-from-1495-to-1904-traced-from-william-anthony-c-htn/page-24-genealogy-of-the-anthony-family-from-1495-to-1904-traced-from-william-anthony-c-htn.shtml
3257. David Anthony (3192), son of John Anthony ist.
married Miss Burgess of Rawdon, Hants County.
C hildren —
3258. Richard Anthony (3263), b. 1775, m. Jennie Main of Noel Shore.
3259. Noah Anthony, ni. Miss Dalrymple of Douglass.
3260. Ephraim Anthony.
3261. Alice Anthony, m. Mr. Northover.
3262. Daughter killed at Newport Landing. N. S.. by bemg dragged by a horse.
3263. Richard Anthony (3258), son of David Anthony, married Jennie Main.
Children —
3264
3265
3266
3267
3268
3269
3270
3271
Ruth Anthony.
Robert Anthony.
Andrew Anthony (3302), ni. Alacia Main.
Noah Anthony, m. Effa McLeod.
William Anthony.
Mary Anthony.
Rubv Anthony.
John Anthony (3272), b. Dec. 30, 1828.
...


http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nshants/resources/cemetery/noelsh/index.htm
ANTHONY Andrew Anthony / July 1, 1831 - Dec. 26, 1914 / His Wife / Alicia Ann Main / May 24, 1840 - June 21, 1916

Alicia Ann MAIN [Parents] was born on 24 May 1840 in Nova Scotia, British North America. She died on 21 Jun 1916 in Hants, Nova Scotia, Canada. She married Andrew ANTHONY.

Her name is clearly given in https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com/ItemView.aspx?ImageFile=1884-99000206&Event=birth&ID=117327

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nshants/resources/cemetery/noelsh/index.htm
Probably her relatives buried in Hants County, NS:
MAIN Alworth Anthony Main / 1897 - 1978 / His Wife / Hildred Miller / 1902 - 1991
MAIN Andrew Main / B: June 24, 1810 - D: Jan. 22, 1882 / His Wife / Elizabeth Stanton / B: Apr. 12, 1818 - March 8, 1902 / Left Side / Albon Stuart 1842 - 1884 / Edwin Lawson 1844 - 1884 / Eliza Amelia 1846 - 1867 / Right Side / Andrew 1850 - 1866 / George 1852 - 1873 / Fulton Johnson 1861 - 1896
MAIN Audrey Leda / Dau. of Ernest and Hattie Main / D: Mar. 28, 1915 aged 2 yrs
MAIN Ernest S. / 1881 - 1955 / His Wife / Harriet E. / 1887 - 1970 / Son / Keith F/o R. C. A. F. / 1922 - 1943 / Died in His Country’s Service / Buried in West Thorney (St. Nicolas Churchyard extension) Thorney Island, Sussex, England
MAIN Hugh Main / 1848 - 1920 / His Wife / Cordelia / 1860 - 1931
MAIN Hugh Elliot / Apr. 24, 1916 - Aug. 18, 1978 / Beloved Husband of Ruth Alda Lawrence Main
MAIN Isaac Main / D: Oct. 30, 1915 aged 82 yrs / His Wife / Amelia / D: Jan. 6, 1877 aged 38 yrs
MAIN Isaac Seymour Main / 1866 - 1953 / His Wife / Anne Jane / 1863 - 1950
MAIN 1909 Ivan R. Main 1982 / His Wife / 1908 Amelia White 1980
MAIN James L. / 1893 - 1959 / His Wife / Margaret R. / 1890 - 1980
MAIN James Main / D: Jan. 10, 1876 aged 74 yrs / His Wife / Mary A. Main / D: Oct. 28 1896 aged 87 yrs
MAIN Robert M. / 1869 - 1931 / His Wife / Jennie / 1870 - 1960
MAIN Robert Main / Leah Pasey / No dates inscribed
MAIN Ruby Jane Anthony / Beloved Wife of Cpt. Edwin L. Main / D: Feb. 25, 1881 ages 42 yrs 7 mos
MAIN Stephen B. Main / 1842 - 1914 / His Wife / Louise McCulloch / 1842 - 1928
MAIN Susanna, wife of Robert Main / D: Nov. 3, 1873 aged 75 yrs
MAIN William / Son of John and Lavinia Main / D: Nov. 11, 1855 AE 8 yrs 8 mos
MAIN Willis R. Main / D: Sept. 19, 1899 aged 15 yrs
MAINE Capt. Albon Maine / D: Oct. 3, 1885 in 43rd year / His Wife / Aveline / D: Oct. 9, 1888 aged 36 yrs
MANES John Manes / D: Apr. 1, 1869 aged 79 yrs / Robert Manes / B: 1799 - D: Apr. 25, 1873 aged 74

They had the following children:

  M i Robert Munson ANTHONY
  M ii Edwin S. ANTHONY was born in 1862 in Nova Scotia, British North America.

http://www-new.easthants.ca/content/FSRYfeNkOmJaHzve987bzDqHbWEE
SEA TRAGEDIES
The great sea tragedies of our village are ever fresh memories. Fires at sea, typhoons, shifting sands, and rockbound coasts that took their toll of many a brave soul from the shipbuilding villages. The tragic story of the ship "Milton" and of the courage, resource and endurance of Captain McArthur and his wife, Kate Stuart, and of the two young men of the district George Ettinger, and Edwin Anthony, is one of the "Sagas of the Seas". A similar story of fire at sea and heroic endurance in an open boat was the Captain Neil Currie ans his lovely young wife, a Maitland girl.
  F iii Amanda ANTHONY
  M iv Andrew Main ANTHONY
  F v Eliza ANTHONY
  M vi Leonard ANTHONY was born on 7 May 1871 in Hants, Nova Scotia.

There is an unnamed child of A Anthony (farmer of Lower Selmah) born 17 June 1872 in Lower Selmah, who might be him.
https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com/ItemView.aspx?ImageFile=1812-187&Event=birth&ID=55494
  M vii William ANTHONY
  M viii George Byron ANTHONY
  F ix Bessie Stanton ANTHONY
  M x Silas ANTHONY was born on 11 May 1880 in Maitland, Hants, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  M xi Fred E. ANTHONY was born on 6 Aug 1882 in Maitland, Hants, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  F xii Margaret Alicia ANTHONY

J. A. STEELE

Georgia Merle ANTHONY [Parents] was born on 3 Sep 1899 in Lower Selmah, Hants, Nova Scotia, Canada. She married J. A. STEELE.

Digitized Application for Registration of Birth:
https://www.novascotiagenealogy.com/ItemView.aspx?ImageFile=1904-91400027&Event=birth&ID=178658
Name given as Georgia Merle Anthony (Mrs. J. A. Steele)


John Erickson SEHLIN was born about 1870 in Upland, Norway. He died on 7 Sep 1949 in of Millet, Alberta, Canada. He was buried in Wang cemetery, west of Millet, Alberta, Canada. He married Sigrid OLSON.

The Henry Sehlin Family
Henry Ivan Sehlin was born October 6, 1899. When he was old enough to attend school, he went to Cold Lake and Sparling schools.
In 1916, at the age of sixteen years, he enlisted in the 151st Central Alberta Regiment. In World War I later, he was transferred to the 78th Battalion of Winnipeg and saw action in France and Belgium and was twice wounded.
Henry married Mabel Evans of Basingstoke, England on December 23, 1918, and returned to Canada in the fall of 1919 and took up farming in the Sparling district on N.W. 24-47-24-W4.
The Sehlins took an active part in local church work and many community affairs as did his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson Sehlin.
Henry and Mabel had ten children. A daughter, Shirley died in infancy, and one son, Pilot Officer Donald, gave his life in Air Operations over Germany on March 31, 1942 during World War 11.
Shortly after World War II started, their son Thomas enlisted and saw action mostly in Italy. Henry enlisted also in the R.C.A.F and served five years in several Airforce Stations in Canada. Thomas, Ross and James all enlisted for service in the Korean War and all saw service there and later returned home safely. Edward was too young for active service, so had to be content to join the Canadian Sea Cadets.
Thomas married Evelyn Howarth of Gwynne, and had two children. Thomas lives in Wetaskiwin.
Dorothy married Helmer Furness and they reside in Edmonton. They have two children.
Donald was killed in action overseas in 1942.
Shirley passed away in infancy.
Ross married Mary Lomas of Bittern Lake, and they have four children. They are residing in Red Deer.
Irene married Rolland Keufler, and they have three children. They live in Calgary.
James married Rose Lidgett of Wetaskiwin, and they have three children. They live in Kamloops, B.C.
Mildred married Howard Olsen and they live in Drayton Valley. They have three children.
Evelyn married Lloyd Peterson of Gwynne, and they have four children. They live in Edmonton.
Edward married Lesley Drummond of Ponoka. They have three children and live in Sherwood Park.
Henry's health had not been the best since the war years, and since the rest of the family did not seem to care for farming, the farm was sold to W. Jordan.
Mabel passed away in April, 1949, and Henry passed away July, 1965.
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The John Erickson Sehlin Family
By Mrs. B. Kvien
John Erickson Sehlin came from Upland, Sweden to Minnesota in 1889. From there he came to the Wetaskiwin district in the spring of 1899, where he homesteaded eight miles north of Wetaskiwin in the Sparling district.
On September 22, 1899, he married Sigrid Olson. She came from Varmland, Sweden, immigrating to Minnesota, and then to the Wetaskiwin district.
After building a home, Mr. Sehlin did considerable work at the sawmills for Mr. Benz and later for Mr. Skjel. He also did carpenter work in the neighborhood, while Mrs. Sehlin held the fort at home.
They were both very active in Church work, and Mrs. Sehlin was a charter member of the Wang Ladies Aid.
They brought up two adopted children, Henry and Gina. Henry served in World War I from 1916 to 1919 and returned from England with his bride. He later served again in the forces in World War II with the Canadian Air Force.
Gina married Arvid Nelson in 1935, and they lived on the farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Sehlin lived on their original homestead the rest of their lives. Mrs. Sehlin passed away on December 30, 1940, and John Sehlin on February 7, 1949. They are buried in the Wang Cemetery.
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Tales and Trails of Millet v.II, pp.609-610

Hi Bill, yes that is Ray's grandfather, and John Sehlin was Henry's adoptive dad [but at one time his name was Erickson, not to sure about the spelling, but there was a few of them around and the mail was getting mixed up,so he decided to change it to Sehlin, after the village they came from in Sweden]. Rose
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I found this in a Millet history book. Would Herman be Ray's grandfather?
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Pioneer Days at Millet 971.233m619 PAA (Provincial Archives of Alberta)
p. 21 Mr. Herman Grapentine came to Millet in 1895 from the Ukraine, although he was of German descent. At this time he was 8 years of age. His parents homesteaded 3 miles north of Millet on the present Kalke farm. Their first home was a sod dugout left by the previous owner. The following year they built themselves a log cabin. In 1900 they left this farm and moved 1 mile east of Kavanaugh. Mr. Grapentine married on June 17, 1911. They lived across the Coulee and in 1921 bought the farm where their son Clarence lives now. In 1945 they retired and moved into Millet.
The maps show a John Sehlin farm 1 mile west of the Sparling School and a Henry Sehlin farm 1 mile north of John Sehlin's.
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Bill


1906 Census Page Data
District: AB Strathcona District (#21)
Subdistrict: 25 (Townships 47, 48 in ranges 23, 24, 25 west of the 4th M) Page 18
Details: Schedule 1 Microfilm T-18363
# No. of family in order of visitation POPULATION.
Name of each person in family. Relation to head of family. Sex. Married, single, widowed or divorced. Age.
7 142 Erickson John Head M M 39
8 142 Erickson Sijrid Wife F M 47
9 142 Erickson Henry Son M S 7

Source Information: 1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Wetaskiwin, ALBERTA, THE TERRITORIES District Number: 202
Subdistrict Number: v(4) Archives Microfilm: T-6551
24 29 258 Erickson John M Head M Apr 23 1867 33 [American born in Sweden imm. 1899 Farmer]
24 30 258 Erickson Belle F Wife M Mar 4 1870 30 [ditto except Farmer]

Sigrid OLSON was born in Varmland, Sweden. She died on 30 Dec 1940 in of Millet, Alberta, Canada. She was buried in Wang cemetery, west of Millet, Alberta, Canada. She married John Erickson SEHLIN.

They had the following children:

  M i Henry Ivan SEHLIN
  F ii Gina SEHLIN

Arvid Natanael NELSON was born on 30 Jun 1905 in Sunne, Sweden. He died on 22 Aug 1976 in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada. He married Gina SEHLIN.

Gina SEHLIN [Parents]


William GUARD.

He had the following children:

  M i Paul GUARD

Michel AUGER [Parents] was christened on 4 Oct 1857 in Lac la Biche, Alberta, Canada. He married Therese KYIKWAWASIS.

MICHEL AUGER b 1857 bapt 04 Oct 1857 Lac La Biche (LLBRI pg 26B-137) sp THERESE KYIKWAWASIS

Therese KYIKWAWASIS was born about 1860 in of Alberta, Canada. She married Michel AUGER.

They had the following children:

  F i Marie AUGER

Louis DAZE was born in 1840 in Canada. He died in Mar 1874 in of Lac la Biche, Alberta, Canada. He married Sophie LADOUCEUR in 1866 in Lac La Biche, Alberta, Canada.

SOPHIE LADOUCEUR b 1851 Lac La Biche Ab scrip elm # 212 $160. buried 01 Feb 1877 Lac-La Biche (ibid) scrip cert # 175 form B $16.00 heir to Julie Auger sp LOUIS DAZE d Mar 1874 in 08 Jan 1866 Lac La Bichc Mission Ab parents AUGUSTIN DAZE and JULIE PAQUETTE Sophie's scrip claims thery were married 1866 2'd sp ANTOINE DUCHARME b 1859 St. Laurent Mb d 29 Jan 1879 Lac La Biche Mission Ab m 19 Nov

Sophie LADOUCEUR [Parents] was born in 1851 in Lac la Biche, Alberta, Canada. She was buried on 1 Feb 1877 in Lac la Biche, Alberta, Canada. She married Louis DAZE in 1866 in Lac La Biche, Alberta, Canada.

Other marriages:
DUCHARME, Antoine
OUELLETE, Thaddie F.X.

SOPHIE LADOUCEUR b 1851 Lac La Biche Ab scrip clm # 212 $160. buried 01 Feb 1877 Lac-La Biche (ibid) scrip cert # 175 form B $16.00 heir to Julie Auger sp LOUIS DAZE d Mar 1874 in 08 Jan 1866 Lac La Bichc Mission Ab parents AUGUSTIN DAZE and JULIE PAQUETTE Sophie's scrip claims thery were married 1866 2'd sp ANTOINE DUCHARME b 1859 St. Laurent Mb d 29 Jan 1879 Lac La Biche Mission Ab m 19 Nov

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